The Cool Pool of the Week: Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta

The pool at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta offers views of a Mayan temple slide. // Photo courtesy of Grupo Vidanta

There are a lot of reasons Millennials visiting Mexico should drop by Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta, from the property's new Greg Norman golf course to its upcoming Cirque du Soleil Theme Park.

But the main hook here for Millennials looking for some fun in the sun is the hotel's massive swimming pool. 

The pool at the resort complex’s Grand Mayan property features a lazy river for the ultimate in relaxation, a number of smaller connected pools for privacy, water sculptures, foundations, swim-up bars, wave pools and even a Mayan temple slide. Although the Mayan temple slide is not part of the continuous large pool section that also contains the lazy river, clients basically just have to walk across the sidewalk to access it. 

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Millennials can rent this area out for private parties and functions. There are also swim up bars here, and the signature drink is called Jamaica Collins, which is made of hibiscus, basil, sparkling water, vodka and lime.

Located between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre Mountains, Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta includes miles of wooden pathways that connect five resort hotels. 

Amenities include another Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course; luxury spas, salons, and fitness centers; high-end boutique shopping; nightly entertainment; more than 20 restaurants and activities for the whole family.

Visit www.vidanta.com/destinations/nuevo-vallarta and keep visiting www.travelagentcentral.com for all your latest travel news. Be sure to follow Travel Agent's Joe Pike on Twitter @TravelPike.

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