Oasis at Rivera Cuale Unit 311


About this Property


  • Condo
  • 2
  • 2
  • 4
  • 111.48 Square Meter/ 1200 Square Feet
  • 2023
  • 1 King - 1 Queen -
  • 1
  • México
  • Jalisco
  • Puerto Vallarta
  • El Caloso
  • 1 time per 7 day rental
  • Insurance of $ 35.00 USD to cover up to 500.00 Dollars

PVRPV is proud to present: Oasis at Rivera Cuale 311, a paradise filled with tranquility and serenity.

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is a sanctuary of comfort and style, showcasing an impressive balcony that unveils captivating views of the Cuale River. From this exclusive position, you can enjoy the most spectacular sunsets that Puerto Vallarta has to offer.

Living Room
You will discover a space that elegantly combines modern sophistication with a cozy atmosphere. The living room invites you to relax, with a pair of comfortable sofas and a 55-inch Smart TV. Whether you catch up on your favorite shows using your own accounts on various streaming apps or simply enjoy time with your loved ones, this space becomes a welcoming sanctuary.

Kitchen / Dining Area
A culinary delight awaits the cooking enthusiast in the well-equipped kitchen. Unleash your inner chef with state-of-the-art appliances, ample counter space, and all the utensils needed to create delicious meals. The dining bar, accommodating up to 4 people, provides the perfect setting for any meal of the day.

Terrace
The highlight of this unit is the expansive terrace. An outdoor oasis awaits, with a dining area for up to six people, ideal for meals while listening to the river's flow. Additionally, an outdoor living area for two invites you to relax and enjoy the sun, creating the perfect spot for daytime reading or admiring the stars at night.

Principal Bedroom
Featuring a king-size bed, exceptionally comfortable for unwinding after a day of city adventures. For your convenience, a 55-inch Smart TV awaits you to use your favorite apps with your accounts. If you're not ready to retire, you'll also find a very convenient reclining chair. Likewise, you'll have your private bathroom with a closet, and a safe for your most precious belongings.

Secondary Bedroom
This room features a queen-size bed, access to the guest bathroom, and a closet with a safe.

Among other amenities offered by this unit is the laundry area where you have a washer and dryer, as well as air conditioning in each of the rooms.

Common Areas and Pools
Oasis at Rivera Cuale offers beautiful common areas and two pools. On the main level, you'll find numerous relaxation spots and the main pool. Ascend to the rooftop to discover an infinity pool and jacuzzi, where you can enjoy the sun, take a refreshing swim, and delight in panoramic views of Puerto Vallarta. A fire pit is also available for your enjoyment.

Just a few minutes' walk from the Romantic Zone, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Puerto Vallarta. Oasis at Rivera Cuale provides the perfect base for your culinary adventures, moments of relaxation, and exploration.

Book now and embark on a journey to Puerto Vallarta filled with unforgettable moments. Our Vacation Experts® are ready to assist you!


CHECK IN and CHECK OUTS

CHECK IN time for all properties is 3:00pm and CHECK OUT time for all properties is 11:00am. If you require early CHECK IN or late CHECK OUT please contact your PVRPV concierge.

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Construction & Growth in Puerto Vallarta

Neither PVRPV or property owners or their representatives shall under no circumstance be held responsible for any disturbance, construction noise, dust/debris or inconvenience the guest may experience while occupying the vacation property. Whether this caused by the actions of the neighboring buildings, units within the same complex, construction, renovations, mandatory repairs, public service workers or unforeseen circumstances in the surrounding area, NO refunds, reimbursements, discounts or future credits can be issued. This would also include and is not limited to the closure of condo common areas for upgrades and / or repairs. These situations are completely beyond our control and are the result of robust and growing communities.

Due to the continued and constant investment, growth, upgrades and renovations in Puerto Vallarta, from time to time there may be a minor interruption of public services including hydro, water or sewer or the lack thereof. Although this is not a common problem in PV, it can happen.

Amenities

Most of our properties are fully equipped. Please check the amenities below:

  • Bar in Complex
  • BBQ Grill (In Complex)
  • Blender
  • Children Not Permitted (12 & Under)
  • Climate Control (Air Conditioning)
  • Climate Control (Ceiling Fan)
  • Coffee Maker
  • Cooktop
  • Detector (Smoke)
  • Dishwasher
  • Dogs (Service dogs w/ papers permitted)
  • DVD Player
  • Elevator (In unit)
  • Furnished
  • Gym (In Complex)
  • Hair Dryer
  • Hangers
  • Hot Tub (In Building)
  • Iron
  • Ironing Board
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen Hood
  • Laundry - Dryer (In Unit)
  • Laundry - Washer (In Unit)
  • LGBT!+ Friendly
  • Linens
  • Microwave
  • Music System (Bluetooth Speaker)
  • Outdoor Space (Balcony)
  • Parking
  • Pool (Heated in Complex)
  • Pool (Rooftop)
  • Private Entrance (to the unit)
  • Refrigerator
  • Safe in Unit
  • Smoking (Not Permitted)
  • Stove (Full Range)
  • Toaster
  • Towels
  • TV (Roku)
  • TV (SMART TV)
  • View (Mountain)
  • View (River)
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Wifi - Wireless Internet
  • Work Space (In Complex)

Rates


All rates are in USD, exchange rate today is: $ 17.34 MXN per USD

Rates displayed in USD. The transaction will be completed in the equivalent MXN pesos.

Date Range Nightly Rate Weekly Rate Monthly Rate Minimum Stay
January 27, 2024 to March 23, 2024 $ 215.00 USD $ 1,505.00 USD $ 5,160.00 USD 5
March 24, 2024 to March 31, 2024 $ 235.00 USD $ 1,645.00 USD 7
April 1, 2024 to April 30, 2024 $ 195.00 USD $ 1,170.00 USD $ 4,680.00 USD 3
May 1, 2024 to October 31, 2024 $ 165.00 USD $ 825.00 USD $ 3,300.00 USD 3
November 1, 2024 to December 19, 2024 $ 195.00 USD $ 1,170.00 USD $ 4,680.00 USD 3
December 20, 2024 to January 3, 2025 $ 245.00 USD $ 1,715.00 USD 7
January 4, 2025 to April 12, 2025 $ 225.00 USD $ 1,575.00 USD $ 5,400.00 USD 7
April 13, 2025 to April 20, 2025 $ 245.00 USD $ 1,715.00 USD 7
April 21, 2025 to April 30, 2025 $ 205.00 USD $ 1,230.00 USD $ 4,920.00 USD 3
May 1, 2025 to October 31, 2025 $ 175.00 USD $ 1,050.00 USD $ 4,200.00 USD 3
November 1, 2025 to December 19, 2025 $ 205.00 USD $ 1,230.00 USD $ 4,920.00 USD 3
December 20, 2025 to January 3, 2026 $ 255.00 USD $ 1,785.00 USD 7
January 4, 2026 to March 28, 2026 $ 235.00 USD $ 1,645.00 USD $ 5,640.00 USD 30
March 29, 2026 to April 5, 2026 $ 255.00 USD $ 1,785.00 USD 7
April 6, 2026 to April 30, 2026 $ 205.00 USD $ 1,230.00 USD $ 4,920.00 USD 3
November 1, 2026 to December 19, 2026 $ 205.00 USD $ 1,230.00 USD $ 4,920.00 USD 3
December 20, 2026 to January 3, 2027 $ 265.00 USD $ 1,855.00 USD 7

Promotions


All rates are in USD, exchange rate today is: $ 17.34 MXN per USD

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Maps




  • Restaurants & Bars 5 Min. Walk
  • Groceries Shop 10 Min. Walk
  • Pharmacy 5 Min. Walk
  • Malecon Boarkwalk 15 Min. Walk
  • Municipal Market 5 Min. Walk
  • Los Muertos Beach/Pier 15 Min. Walk
  • Art Galleries 10 Min. Walk
  • Vallarta's Botanical Garden 40 Min. Drive
  • Maritime Terminal (API) 30 Min. Drive
  • Puerto Vallarta's International Airport 40 Min. Drive

Cancellation Policy

PVRPV has a firm CANCELLATION POLICY for all guests. We make every effort to work with our clients when a cancellation occurs as we understand situations happen. However, our policies are designed with, and approved by our property owners. Please review our cancellation policies in their entirety by clicking here:
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Property Policy


- ALL properties represented by PVRPV are NON SMOKING this includes; patios, terraces, outdoor spaces attached to or a part of a Vacation Rental Property - if smoking takes place inside the property – you will be obligated to pay, a fine, an extra cleaning fee and you may be evicted.

- Clients shall not remove any item/s from the property, such as kitchen appliances, glassware, furniture, or any other item.

- The use and enjoyment of the property does not include illegal activities such as the use of illegal drugs, prostitution, selling of goods (illegal or otherwise) and/or kidnapping, this is strictly prohibited.

- Excessive noise that may affect neighbors will be strictly sanctioned as per the local building rules and regulations established by the property that you are occupying.

- PVRPV guests and/or the visitors of the guest(s) are responsible to adhere to the rules, regulations and polices of PVRPV and/or the individual property policies thereof. Failure to obey the rules and policies established will be asked to vacate the property without the right to any refund.

The responsibility to know or adhere to the policies, rules or regulations are the responsibility of the guest.

This property has its own policies, please read carefull.


NO SMOKING
No smoking inside the property, the unit, on the terraces / balconies, or common areas.

OCCUPANCY POLICY
Maximum occupancy of 4 people in the unit.
Minors above the age of 12+ are permitted.
NO Minors under the age of 12 are permitted.
The number of persons stipulated on the guest’s Booking and the confirmation email is the maximum number of people allowed to stay at the vacation property. If more guests arrive to stay / occupy than stated on the Booking Confirmation, they may be denied occupancy. In the event they are permitted to check-in an extra charge will apply.

VISITOR POLICY
The number of visitors must not exceed the maximum occupancy of the unit.
Only guests registered and confirmed in your booking are allowed to occupy the unit.
No overnight visitors are allowed.

PET POLICY
Only 1 service dog is permitted. Documentation of the service dog must be sent to customerservice@pvrpv.com when confirming the booking.
Please consider a $500 USD deposit (CASH) is required upon arrival and returned upon check-out after an inspection and no damage in the unit.

NOISE RESTRICTIONS
NO HIGH VOLUME or NOISE between 10:00 pm until 9:00 am, including Speakers, Music, Televisions, etc. inside of the unit.

POOL POLICY
Please refer to the section "OASIS INNER REGULATIONS"
The use of the POOL is at your own RISK.
NO glassware in the pool or around the pool. PLASTIC glasses and stemware only.
NO Pool Parties.
NO Running around the pool area.
NO Urinating in the pool. Please use the washrooms in the room next to the pool.
PLEASE SHOWER or RINSE prior to using the pool.

COMMON AREA POLICY
Please refer to the section "OASIS INNER REGULATIONS"

KEY POLICY
This unit has a keyless entry. Upon arrival, you will be provided with a code to access the unit during your stay. Your concierge will explain how to operate the smart lock.

OASIS INNER REGULATIONS

Regulations for the Use of Ground Floor and Rooftop Pools
- The pool hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- The pool is exclusively for condominium owners, guests, and/or residents of the condominium.
- Wearing swimwear is mandatory for children, teenagers, and adults. Swimming in regular clothes is prohibited.
- Babies must wear special swim diapers.
- The use of any glass objects in the pool area is prohibited. In case of lunch service, everything will be served in plastic plates and cups.
- Access to the pool is the sole responsibility of the condominium owner. There are no lifeguards on duty.
- Minors must always be accompanied by an adult.
- Sunbeds, tables, or chairs cannot be reserved. If personal belongings are left unattended on these furniture items, they will be sent to reception as lost items. There is no grace period for this rule.
- Please deposit trash in the designated containers.
- Only white towels are allowed in the pool facilities.
- Life jackets or floating objects in the pool must be removed when not in use. Inflatables are prohibited.
- Pets are not allowed in the pool or pool area. Pets may be taken through the pool area exclusively in transit to access the river area, as long as they are on a leash.
- Anyone using the pool must dry off thoroughly before reentering any area of the building. Shoes or sandals must be worn to access the lobby.
- Day guests (guests who do not stay overnight at Oasis) must be accompanied by owners or tenants at all times. Employees invited by an owner must also be accompanied by owners at all times.
- Pool parties are limited to a maximum of fifteen people and must be registered with the Administrator at least 24 hours in advance. Notification of these gatherings must be posted for the benefit of other owners, with prior authorization from the Administration. Even when a private party or event is permitted, exclusive use of the pool areas for that group is not guaranteed.
- The Administrator, with the guidance of the Committee, will determine the schedule and hours for the use of the pool area, taking into account the time of year, water conditions, and maintenance program.

- It is prohibited to:
Enter the pool with underwear or wear shirts and/or shorts that are not specifically designed for pool use.
Enter the pool with sunscreens and/or oils.
Bring in food and beverages of any kind or glass bottles.
Smoke or chew gum while in the pool.
Engage in rough play.
Use speakers to play music in the pool.
Enter the pool or jacuzzi while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or bring in or consume these substances within the pool area.
Engage in disruptive, noisy, or reckless behavior in the pool area. Individuals behaving inappropriately will be asked to leave the pool by security personnel.
Diving in the pool.
Consuming food in the pool.


Regulations for the Use of the Gym
- The gym hours are from 6:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
- USERS must ensure the proper use and maintenance of the facilities, avoiding any mistreatment or destruction, and must report any observed faults or deterioration to the Administration.
- It is recommended that users do not bring valuables, jewelry, electronic devices, or expensive objects into the facilities, due to the nature of the physical activity. The Administration is not responsible for any lost items.
- Every USER must enter the facilities with an individual towel.
- The facilities are exclusively for condominium owners, guests, and tenants.
- To use the facilities, the minimum age for the USER is 14 years old.
- Use appropriate footwear, clothing, and equipment for the sports activities within the facilities.
- Access to the gym is the responsibility of the condominium owner, as there is no instructor present.
- Clean equipment after use with the provided wipes (treadmills, bicycles, and ellipticals).
- Every user agrees to repair damages caused by negligence or intentionally to the facilities.

- It is prohibited to:
Enter the facilities while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or bring in or consume these substances within the facilities.
Smoke inside the facilities.
Engage in actions that may endanger the safety of oneself, other users, staff, equipment, facilities, or any other person present within the facilities.
Engage in dishonest or violent behavior, discriminatory acts, offensive acts, threats, insults, humiliations, mistreatment, or similar actions against any person within the facilities.
Bring or carry firearms, knives, or any kind of weapons, as well as flammable, explosive, or dangerous materials into the facilities.
Bring food into the facilities.
The prohibitions listed in this article are illustrative, not exhaustive, without prejudice to the prohibitions established in other provisions of these Internal Regulations. The Administration reserves the right, at any time, to establish measures deemed necessary for the proper order and functioning of the facilities, taking into account specific circumstances.


Regulations for Pets in the Condominium
In Mexico, there is no law that prohibits owning pets. However, if you live in a condominium, the Condominium Property Law establishes a limit on the number of animals based on the size of the property, to ensure it does not affect the safety, health, or comfort conditions of the neighbors.
To guarantee a harmonious environment among the condominium owners, up to 2 pets (only cats and/or small breed dogs) weighing up to 18 kg each are allowed per apartment. Additionally, the pet must have an up-to-date vaccination record at all times.
It is prohibited to own exotic animals and animals that, due to their number, size, or nature, affect the safety, health, or comfort conditions of the condominium or its residents, such as reptiles, spiders, monkeys, macaws, among others. The prohibitions listed in this article are illustrative, not exhaustive.
In all cases, pet owners are responsible for the actions of their animals within the condominium, without exceptions.
The condominium administration is obligated to report to the competent authorities any pets prohibited by law, whether they are kept in captivity within the condominium or not. Every pet owner must comply with the following:
- All pets must be vaccinated according to health requirements, and vaccination records must be available for inspection.
- Pets must be on a leash and under the control of their owner at all times when walking through the common areas of the condominium, such as elevators, lobby, parking lot, courtyard, swimming pool, and surroundings of the residence, to prevent incidents with neighbors and other pets.
- Pets are not allowed to remain (accompanied or not) in common areas and can only walk through the common areas while on a leash and accompanied by their owner.
- Pets must not urinate or defecate in public areas, hallways, elevators, and stairs. If this happens, the owner must immediately clean and disinfect the area to prevent odor, unsanitary conditions, and inconvenience to other neighbors.
- Pets are only allowed to urinate and/or defecate in designated areas established by the administration, and owners are responsible for immediately picking up their pet's waste. The area must be cleaned and left perfectly clean. Failure to do so may result in a fine established by the administration.
- If a pet generates excessive noise (constant barking/meowing) that is disturbing to other condominium owners, the owner may be subject to a fine, which may be incremental and cumulative until the situation is resolved.
- If, despite all precautions, a dog bites a person, it is recommended to seek immediate medical attention, bringing the vaccination record of the aggressive dog. The owner will be responsible for covering the resulting medical expenses and must remove the animal from the condominium within 24 hours.


Regulations for Common Areas
The Common Areas and General Facilities of the Condominium are for the use, enjoyment, administration, operation, and maintenance, for the benefit of all condominium owners and authorized users. The legal document that establishes the horizontal property known as Condominio Oasis describes and details the common areas and facilities of the condominium, including but not limited to: walls, entrances, exterior roads and pavements, facades, structures and foundations, access ramps and exits to the parking area, parking level services, electrical substation, water tanks, pumps, hydropneumatic and water pumping equipment, services, ducts, wells, machine rooms, stairs, electromechanical, hydraulic and sanitary systems, special systems, regular lines for water, drainage, electricity, telephony, and intercommunication, installations, security systems, CCTV, access and exits, recreational areas, swimming pools, gardens, and outdoor spaces. The common areas and facilities of the condominium cannot be divided or encumbered by liens or retention rights, and their destination and use cannot be modified.
No condominium owner or authorized user may obstruct entrances, lobbies, stairs, paths, common property parking lots, gardens, and other common places, nor leave any object in them that hinders the circulation of vehicles or people or that aims to exercise control over them. No condominium owner or authorized user may carry out any activity that is not in accordance with the normal use of these places or make the exercise of others' rights more burdensome, as these places are intended for common use and must be used only within the terms established in these regulations. In the event of non-compliance, the administrator is authorized to carry out, at the expense of the responsible condominium owner or authorized user, the necessary actions to remove the obstruction, without incurring any liability. Condominium owners must use the services, general facilities, and other common areas and facilities in accordance with their purpose, without restricting the rights of other condominium owners. No condominium owner may carry out repair and maintenance work, gardening, or cleaning in the common areas and facilities.
No condominium owner or authorized user may remove, add, or modify plants, trees, or any other type of vegetation, furniture, signage, equipment, or generally any element belonging to the Common Areas and General Facilities and/or Exclusive Use Areas of the Condominium. Chairs and loungers may be temporarily moved, but must be returned to their original location.
Silence must be observed in the common areas from 10:00 PM to 9:00 AM. Smoking is strictly prohibited in any common area.
Regulations for Exclusive Use Common Areas
The Exclusive Use Common Areas of Condominio Oasis will be assigned solely and freely by the Developer to the purchasers of Exclusive Property Units, without requiring the approval of any condominium owner or any condominium assembly, and may be for consideration or free of charge, and in any case, the considerations will belong solely to the Developer, without the other condominium owners being able to object or claim any rights over such assignments. The assignments may be made in the deed of acquisition of any Private Unit or, failing that, in a private contract, with the strict obligation that the Developer and the beneficiary notify the Administrator of Condominio Oasis of the corresponding assignment. The provisions of this article are irrevocable. The rights relating to the Common Areas of Condominio Oasis with Exclusive Use Right will always be understood as accessories to the exclusive property right of the corresponding Private Area. The other condominium owners and authorized users have the obligation to respect the exclusive use right assigned to them by the Developer. The exclusive use right of the Common Areas of Condominio Oasis with Exclusive Use Right will be extinguished, without any compensation, in case of destruction or demolition of the Private Unit to which it is attached, for any reason or due to the extinction of the condominium property regime, unless the Private Unit is rebuilt in its original form.
The maintenance of the exclusive use common areas must be carried out by the purchasers of such areas, with no responsibility falling on the HOA of the building.
It is strictly prohibited to use any Common Space as temporary or permanent housing, including the installation of tents, trailers, tents, sheds, or any temporary structure. In no case will the use of these spaces be changed or covered with any type of protection. Temporary parking of trailers is allowed in an assigned parking space, as long as the defined spaces are used and they are for private use (assigned to the user).


Parking
Vehicle Parking. The parking spaces for vehicles are Common Areas of the Oasis Condominium with Exclusive Use Rights, so they can only be used by the Condominium Owners and Authorized Users to whom the Developer has assigned such exclusive use rights, unless the Developer has assigned some spaces for general parking, in which case, those spaces will be used on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Parking vehicles in areas designated for circulation is strictly prohibited.
- The Condominium Owner is solely responsible for any damage caused by themselves or any of their Authorized Users to other parked vehicles and/or Common Areas.
- No driver or Service Personnel may park their vehicle in the space assigned to the Condominium Owner unless the assigned user has given their consent and notified the Administrator in advance.
- The speed limit within the circulation and parking area is 5 km per hour.
- The Administrator may request that the Condominium Owners and Authorized Users remove their vehicles from the parking area if those vehicles emit excessive gas or noise, or release and spill smoke, grease, or oil. It is the responsibility of the owners to clean or repair any damages caused. If the Condominium Owner does not remove their vehicle, the Administrator may request, at the expense of the corresponding Condominium Owner or Authorized User, that the vehicle be towed out of the Condominium, as well as charge the account of said Condominium Owner for any costs related to necessary repairs or cleaning if the Condominium Owner does not perform them.
- The use of electrical outlets in the Common Areas to charge vehicle batteries or other types of vehicles or equipment is strictly prohibited without the authorization of the Administrator, who may impose a fee for the use of the building's electrical energy.
- No works, modifications, or expansions may be carried out in the storage rooms without the prior written authorization of the Condominium Surveillance Committee.
- The installation of sound systems, equipment, machinery, or tools that emit bad odors or noise inside the storage rooms is strictly prohibited.
- Visitor parking spaces may not be occupied by condominium owners as their own parking spaces. They are only for visitors and may not be parked continuously for more than 12 hours. If a vehicle remains parked for more than 12 hours, the Administrator may call a tow truck to remove the parked car and charge the corresponding condominium owner for the cost of the process.
- The parking space for disabled individuals will be exclusively for those who need it and will be for boarding and alighting only. Afterwards, the vehicle must be moved to allow access for another vehicle that requires it.
The maintenance cost does not cover, guarantee, or ensure under any circumstances the use of a parking space.
The owner acknowledges and accepts that the Administration assumes no responsibility arising from:
1. Mechanical failures or accidents of vehicles.
2. Total or partial loss of the vehicle or theft of property left inside.
3. Total or partial damage to vehicles caused by voluntary or involuntary acts or accidents, attributable to the user and/or third parties.
4. Total or partial damage to vehicles caused by fortuitous events or force majeure.
5. Abandonment of the vehicle within the premises, even if it is within business hours or non-business hours.
There will be three types of parking spaces: Fixed, Flexible, which are common areas for exclusive use, and parking spaces for disabled individuals, which are common areas of the condominium.
Tandem Parking Regulations
- Definition of Tandem Parking
Tandem parking refers to the practice of parking one vehicle behind another in a parking space designated for two vehicles.
- Use of Tandem Parking Spaces
Only one vehicle is allowed in a tandem parking space at a time.
The owner or resident who owns the tandem parking space must provide information about their vehicle and any other authorized resident who shares the space.
The resident who owns the tandem parking space must be willing to move their vehicle when necessary to allow the other vehicle to exit or park.
- Vehicle Rotation
Regular vehicle rotation may be required in tandem parking spaces to ensure that both vehicles have equal access to the space.
The building management or community may establish a rotation program and notify residents in advance.
- Owner's Responsibility
The owner or guest who owns the tandem parking space is responsible for ensuring that their vehicle is in good working condition and complies with all parking regulations.
- Penalties for Non-Compliance
Failure to comply with tandem parking rules and regulations may result in penalties, including the loss of the privilege to use a tandem parking space.

- Modifications to the Regulations
The building management or community reserves the right to modify or update these tandem parking regulations as necessary.
Once all tandem parking spaces have been sold and approved by the assembly, the hiring of a valet parking service will be considered. The valet parking service will be responsible for:
- Moving vehicles that are obstructing others.
- Managing the keys of the vehicles under their care
Maintain constant communication with the owners, so that they are aware of any changes in their schedules and can move their corresponding vehicle(s).
- During non-business hours, the valet will be supported by the security guards to move the vehicles.
- The valet's working hours will be from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm, and the possibility of having a second shift from 2:30 pm to 9:30 pm will be evaluated.
Fixed Parking:
These are parking spaces that do not require leaving a vehicle key, and when parking, they should be done in a way that does not invade a flexible parking space. They are numbered from 1 to 37.
Flexible Parking:
In this case, as long as a fixed parking space is not occupied, it will not be necessary to leave the key with the valet, administration, or security (as agreed upon). It is also not allowed to park in a fixed parking space, as the right is only granted to use the exclusive space assigned by the Developer. Under no circumstances should flexible parking spaces be used when they are not assigned. Only the assigned flexible parking space can be used.


Oasis Reserva:
Any person who purchases in the "Oasis Reserva" Development, Unit 1, will have the same rights as the owners of Oasis regarding the purchase of parking spaces and storage units, as well as the use of common areas such as lobbies, pools, elevators, gym, public areas, rooftop, private areas, and meeting rooms of the Oasis Development.
Maintenance Fee: We would need to consider this from the beginning.
Rules for the use of facades
The use of facades is only permitted with prior permission from the Committee, and no towels, clothes for drying, lights, or any other objects can be hung on the terraces.
If it is discovered that something has been hung, the Administration may request that the owner remove their clothes or towels from the terrace.
Additionally, flags of any nationality, lights, decorations, or any objects that have not been previously approved by the Administration cannot be hung.
The general painting of the exterior facade (walls and ironwork) will be budgeted and planned by the Administration, and the cost will be included in the annual maintenance cost per unit.
It is important that the terraces are not used as storage for bikes, surfboards, etc. They should be kept clean and free of items.
The models and colors of the fans cannot be changed, and no additional installations (such as lights) are allowed. If any changes are made, the Administration may request the removal of the installation and impose a fine on the owner who violates this rule.
If the fan model is discontinued, the model to be installed will be evaluated by the Surveillance Committee.
If any owner, occupant, or user places any sign, notification, complaint, or any other banner, they will be subject to a fine of $3,000.00 (Three thousand US dollars, or its equivalent in Mexican pesos) per day, as long as the sign or banner is displayed. This fine will be demanded from the owner and the Administration by the Developer for their benefit. The Developer will demand payment in the corresponding courts in the state of Jalisco, as well as the removal of the sign or banner. During this period, if desired, the Developer may remove the sign or banner at the expense of the owner, and if it is located within the Private Property Unit, white decals may be placed on the windows, as it is a common area of the Condominium (facades), without the owner of the Private Property Unit being able to claim any damage or harm related to the sign or banner or requesting the removal of the decals without having removed the sign or banner.


General Services
For moving purposes, the following schedule must be followed: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 18:00 hrs, Saturdays from 09:00 to 13:00 hrs. Moving on Sundays is prohibited. The Condominium Unit Owner must obtain prior approval from the Administrator for the
date and time when the moving truck and employees of the moving company can access the Condominium. Each owner will be responsible for protecting the elevators if they are used for the move, as well as assuming the consequences in case of damage or defacement to the elevators or other Common Areas.


GARBAGE
The Condominium Administration will be responsible for the handling, internal collection, storage, and disposal of garbage. The associated costs will be covered in the Condominium's Operating Budget. Unit Owners and their Authorized Users are responsible for collecting the garbage within their respective Private Areas and depositing it in the places indicated by the Condominium Administration, in accordance with the instructions issued by the Administration. Owners, renters, or guests are responsible for depositing their garbage in the garbage chute according to the following schedule: between 7:00 and 21:00 hours. Additionally, it is the users' responsibility to take down the garbage that cannot be left in the chute. They should also use appropriately sized bags for the chutes. Users will be held responsible in the event that the garbage chutes get clogged due to their negligence.
Recyclable items should be sorted and deposited in the corresponding container in the garbage room in the basement. All items that cannot be disposed of through the chutes should be taken to the garbage room in the basement. The garbage must be stored in securely tied heavy-duty bags.
The following rules apply for the management of garbage produced in each of the existing private property units in the Condominium:
- Garbage produced in each private property unit must be sorted, separating organic materials, plastics, metals, and glass.
- Bags cannot be left in common areas other than the designated area for them.
- Bags must be tightly sealed to prevent odors or spills.
- Glass waste and waste that could obstruct the chute due to its dimensions must be deposited directly into the garbage bin in the basement.
- For hygiene purposes and to prevent the spread of insects and germs, all waste must be placed in plastic bags and completely sealed before being taken to the garbage chute.
- Garbage should not be packed in sacks or tarps that allow liquid filtration.
- It is prohibited to introduce toxic or flammable waste that may cause harm to residents or the Condominium into the garbage chutes.
- Garbage should not be thrown in common areas. All residents must use the garbage chutes on each floor and the garbage room in the basement.
Do not throw papers, cigarette butts, peels, or other small trash out of windows, on roads or sidewalks, common entrances, or green areas. Leaving trash in common areas will result in a fine, please help us avoid having to apply it. The responsibility for construction waste and moving waste lies solely with the owner and/or resident of the property, and it is strictly prohibited to leave it in common areas or deposit it in the trash chute. Violating this rule will result in a fine, please help us avoid having to enforce it.


TOILET PIPE TRASH (BATHROOM)
Please avoid flushing solid objects, paper, sanitary towels, disposable diapers, plastic bags, cotton, gauze, hair, and other items that could clog the pipes and cause blockages and unpleasant odors. This also applies to construction waste.
If a pipe becomes blocked due to the improper use of these items mentioned in the previous paragraph, the owner or resident will be responsible for the repair costs. Before washing containers and other items containing solid waste, grease, or oil residues, it is recommended to clean them with absorbent paper.
To unclog pipes in private areas, please follow the guidelines provided by the administration. This will prevent further damage.
The head of the household should provide instructions to other family members, guests, and household staff to ensure compliance with these rules.


SANCTIONS
If a Condominium Owner or Authorized User violates any legally enacted Condominium Regulations, sanctions may be imposed on the Owner. The infractions will be resolved, firstly, at the Administrator level, then, if unresolved, at the Surveillance Committee level, then, if still unresolved, at a Condominium Assembly level, and finally, if still unresolved, through civil means.
Upon becoming aware of a suspected violation, from any source, including an Owner, an Authorized User, a staff member, a Security Guard, an inspection report, or an external authority, the Administrator shall:
"For each violation of the rules, the management shall immediately notify the owner in writing (email is acceptable) about the violation of the rules. This notification shall:
- Identify the violation of the rules.
- Specify the number of rule violations within the last 6 months.
- Specify the fine to be applied, and that the fine will be charged to the owner's account in the condominium.
- Inform the owner that the violation of the regulations and the name of the occupant will be recorded in the 'Misbehavior Log'. Any future violation of the regulations may result in the loss of privileges for the owners and the banning of the property for renters and guests of the owner.
Violation #1 - When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations for the first time, the management shall notify the owner of the violation and warn them that any future violations will result in a financial penalty and the loss of privileges.
Violation #2 - When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations for the second time within a 6-month period, the management shall notify the owner of the violation and inform them that they have been fined $1,000 pesos.
Violation #3 - When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations for the third time within a 6-month period, the management shall notify the owner of the violation and inform them that they have been fined $2,000 pesos.
Violation #4 - When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations for the fourth time within a 12-month period, the management shall notify the owner of the violation and inform them that they have been fined $4,000 pesos.
The letter shall also state that services and privileges will be reduced or eliminated at the sole discretion of the management. Examples of condominium services and privileges include, but are not limited to, water, gas, elevator access, and access to covered parking. The list of condominium services and privileges may be changed by the board from time to time.
Additional Violations - When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations for the fifth time (or more) within a 6-month period, the management shall notify the owner of the violation and inform them that they have been fined $8,000 pesos. The letter shall also state that services and privileges will remain reduced or eliminated.
When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations and the management deems the violation to be SEVERE, no warning will be issued, and the management will immediately impose a fine on the owner commensurate with the violation. The owner will be informed of the severe violation and the corresponding fine. An example of a severe violation is when an occupant throws an item or object from the terrace.
When any occupant of the owner's unit violates the regulations and there is any physical or personal damage, all expenses, including medical care and repairs, shall be paid by the owner. The condominium accepts no responsibility for these actions."
- The Condominium Owner or Authorized User shall be jointly responsible for any damages caused to the Condominium. The actions and penalties provided in this Statute shall apply without prejudice to others provided for by law and other applicable legal provisions.
Upon becoming aware of a suspected infringement, from any source including an Owner, an Authorized User, a staff member, a Security Guard, an inspection report, or an external authority:
- The Administrator shall conduct a preliminary investigation to determine if the situation warrants further action.
- If further action is warranted, the Administrator shall:
- Inform the owner that an alleged infringement is being investigated for which they may be liable to pay a financial penalty.
- Inform the owner of the nature of the alleged infringement and invite them to submit a written statement.
- Order the owner to immediately cease the alleged infringement.
- Gather information from other sources, such as security videos and witnesses.
- Determine if the situation should be brought to the attention of the Surveillance Committee.
If it is justified to bring the situation to the attention of the Surveillance Committee, the Administrator shall:
- Within 10 days, submit a written report to the Surveillance Committee.
- Notify the affected Owner that the matter will be examined by the Surveillance Committee and that they may appear before the Council at its next meeting to present their version of the case.
If the Surveillance Committee receives a written report from the Administrator regarding a violation of the Regulations, the Surveillance Committee shall:
- Meet within one month of receiving the written report.
- Examine the information provided by the Administrator.
- Receive any presentation offered by the affected Owner.
- Hear other witnesses if necessary.
- Decide if a Penalty is necessary and determine the amount.
- Determine if additional corrective measures may be necessary.
The Surveillance Committee may decide to impose the penalty.
- If the Surveillance Committee orders the Administrator to impose a penalty, the Administrator is responsible for collecting the money from the affected Owner.
- If the Council determines that additional corrective measures are necessary, the Administrator is responsible for ensuring that such measures are taken. The Administrator is responsible for reporting all imposed financial penalties, the collection
status of each, and providing an opinion on the relevance of each to the Surveillance Committee annually during the third quarter.
- If the owner disagrees with the decision of the Surveillance Committee, the Owner may inform the Surveillance Committee that they wish to appeal the case to a General Assembly of Owners. The Surveillance Committee shall proceed to set a date for a General and/or Extraordinary Assembly and request the Administrator to take the necessary actions to convene an Assembly. The corresponding Assembly shall be convened and held within the previously established deadlines. Once the Assembly is held, the Administrator shall inform those present of the name of the alleged offender, identifying their Private Unit, and the committed infringement. The alleged offender shall be heard and may defend their rights. Other witnesses may be heard. After the corresponding presentations have been made and the matter has been discussed by the Assembly, a vote shall be taken, and the Assembly shall have the power to order the imposition of a Penalty. The Condominium Owner responsible for the infringement shall abstain from voting. Once the imposition of the corresponding penalty has been agreed upon, the Administrator shall be responsible for its collection in accordance with this Regulation.
- If the Owner disagrees with the decision of the Assembly, they may request a hearing before a civil court. All amounts obtained through the collection of penalties, as well as the generated interest, shall be allocated to the Condominium Reserve Fund. The Condominium Owner who repeatedly violates the rules contained in this Statute, the Law, or the legally adopted or issued agreements by the General or Extraordinary Assembly, and, as the case may be, by the Technical Committee, the Surveillance Committee, or the Administrator in the exercise of their powers, in addition to being responsible for the payment of the corresponding fees, as well as for any damages caused, may be sued to order the sale of the Private Unit, including through public auction.
- The taking of the action referred to in this Article shall be resolved by an Extraordinary General Assembly, requiring the favorable vote of at least 50.1% (fifty and decimal one percent) of the Condominium. The delinquent or offending Condominium Owner shall be summoned to this Assembly in order to defend their rights.
- The User who repeatedly violates or transgresses the provisions contained in this Statute, the Law, or the legally adopted or issued agreements by the Condominium General Assembly, the Technical Committee, the Surveillance Committee, or the Administrator in the exercise of their powers, in addition to being responsible for the payment of the corresponding penalties, as well as for any damages caused, may be required, with the consent of the Condominium Owner, to vacate the Private Unit. If the Condominium Owner opposes, action shall be taken against them or the Authorized User, in accordance with the previous Article.
- The Condominium Owner or Authorized User shall be jointly responsible for any damages caused to the Condominium. The actions and penalties provided in this Statute shall apply without prejudice to others provided for by law and other applicable legal provisions.

1 Reviews

5.0 · 1 Customer Reviews 5.0 · 4 Building Reviews

Cody, Il, United State
2024-01-20 17:23:27


Comments About the Vacation Rental Unit:
Fabulous new building, great location, about a 25 minute walk to beach, markets etc.

Fabuloso edificio nuevo, excelente ubicación, a unos 25 minutos a pie de la playa, mercados, etc.

Comments, Praise or Recommendations for the PVRPV Team:
Javier & Federico were very easy to communicate , great teamwork.

Javier y Federico fueron muy fáciles de comunicar , gran trabajo en equipo

PVRPV - Your VAcation Expert
PVRPV Response

Thanks Cody for taking the time to complete the survey for your stay at Oasis at Rivera Cuale Unit 311. We will share your comments with the staff involved in your vacation and the owner and their property manager. We look forward in seeing you again soon in Puerto Vallarta. Let us help you Buy, Rent and Maintain your next vacation property. We are Puerto Vallarta.

Gracias Cody por tomarse el tiempo de llenar esta encuesta sobre tu estadía en Oasis at Rivera Cuale Unit 311. Compartiremos sus comentarios con el personal involucrado en sus vacaciones, propietario y administrador de la propiedad. Esperamos verlo nuevamente en Puerto Vallarta pronto. Permítanos ayudarlo a Comprar, Renta y Mantener su próxima propiedad vacacional. Nosotros somos Puerto Vallarta.