Hotels in Nayarit
At the 12-suite property, it’s all about the food. Chef-owner Thierry Blouet prepares creative dishes such as crab enchiladas with smoked tomato.
A German immigrant built the hacienda (estate) in 1890, but more than a century later it opened as a coral-walled hotel—emulating the feel of a countryside home. Outside, the all-suite hotel sits amidst formal manicured gardens, fountains, and a coffee plantation.
A 1,200-acre private island off the Manzanillo coast is the setting for this expansive, Spanish-tile-roofed hotel.
Equidistant from Puerto Vallarta and Punta de Mita in Riviera Nayarit, this open-air villa was built in 2006 inside an upscale gated community. Almost any amenity—from tennis courts to private restaurant to gym and spa—is found within a five-minute radius.
It’s the top-notch service that travelers talk about after leaving this 1,500-acre retreat on the Riviera Nayarit, just northwest of Puerto Vallarta.
Open since 1999, the first luxury resort on the Punta Mita peninsula continues to enchant guests with its sweeping views (naturally, it claimed the peninsula's choicest spot when it opened) and pamper them with its famously perfect service.