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Puerto Vallarta - charm and low key

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Planning a long overdue trip to PV in October and wanted to find low key places with charm to stay in PV. Any recommendations? Have travelled to Mexico many times - I've loved the Mansion Irtube in Patzcuaro; Hacienda Chichen in Chichen Itza; CasaReyna In Pueblo. Can anyone recommend a hotel similar to these? Love old world charm. Am also planning on going to Hacienda Jalisco in San Sebastien del Oeste for a few nights, as well as Sayulita. Any suggestions for these places appreciated and thanks in advance. And if you have anything off the beaten track you enjoyed - please share! I have an aversion to the big block seafront condos/large "resort" edifices that are popping up along Mexico's coasts by developers.

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