272 5 DE FEBRERO 301, OFRENDA, Puerto Vallarta, JA
Supplements: Two Blocks from Los Muertos beach and Basilio Badillo (Restaurant Row), across the river, numerous galleries at El Centro, Nightlife and lots of public spaces to live Mexican Culture at its best, the Cuale river cultural area and Puerto Vallarta's Malecon, all around at 5 minutes or less walking. Ofrenda Puerto Vallarta is in the thriving Romantic Zone, which boasts a dazzling restaurant, nightlife, and art scene. The area's historic colonial architecture lives comfortably with new low-rise developments. It is buffeted by mountains, the river, and the ocean to make it one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in the city. The Romantic Zone has long established itself as THE PLACE to live and invest in Puerto Vallarta. With easy access to the airport, beaches, best restaurants, and nightlife, there is no better address in Vallarta. In Mexican Culture Ofrenda is a tribute to dead loved ones, called "Día de Muertos". It is a mix of altar of dead, celebrations and pray for loved ones who are not among us anymore as physical bodies. The tradition is a merge of what Aztecs have in their own culture beliefs, that the souls of the loved ones gone remain within us and with the culture of the heaven, purgatory and hell brought by conquerors. Real day for Celebration is November 2, however, the entire week is a celebration along Mexico and Puerto Vallarta is not behind and has its own "Los Muertos" Beach, in the heart of the Romantic Zone, and steps from Ofrenda´s development construction which will emerge as a tribute for "Día de Muertos" From the very beginning of the central idea to honor the missing loved ones, Ofrenda Puerto Vallarta started with a concourse of three of the most relevant Mexican architectural firms who felt captivated with the Mexican heritage of tribute to dead, these means Ofrenda Vallarta will be built by the winner of a contest, despite it was a real spectacle of breathtaking projects presented, "Mauricio Rocha Taller de Arquitectura" was the Winner. Prior to contest, Mauricio Rocha and Adrian Iturriaga (Senior Architect, Project Design Leader) came to Puerto Vallarta to "read the codes and Lifestyle" of the city. The deep immersion of Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone and Los Muertos Beach allowed them to create such unique piece, that enriches historic colonial architecture of Puerto Vallarta and softens the Romantic Zone Architectural Landscape with the Ofrenda Vallarta natural colors palette.