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The Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita: Luxurious Beach Front Hideaway

Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita overlooks Punta Mita’s most prized location, white sand beaches surrounded by lush tropical gardens and palm trees. The hotel’s open design means you’ll have breathtaking views from virtually every angle.


Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita recently completed a multi-year, multi-million dollar renovation and offers a range of luxury accommodations including Casitas, Plunge Pool Suites, Ocean Residences, Ocean Villas and Ocean Front Villas.

Casitas are modern Mexican guest rooms with private terraces and views of tropical gardens or the Pacific Ocean. Pool Suites are modern, spacious suites with one or two bedrooms, living rooms, private terraces and plunge pools that offer additional space and privacy.

If you need even more space, opt for an Ocean Residence, a three- to four-bedroom home overlooking the Pacific Ocean with a private pool, kitchen and easy access to the resort grounds. And for the ultimate stay, choose one of the five Ocean Villas. These magnificent four- and five-bedroom homes offer large dining and kitchen areas, private pools, added privacy, and even their own golf cart to enjoy the resort amenities.

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There is something for everyone to experience, whether on land or water. Activities are professionally supervised and customized. Notable program items include turtle release, tequila mixing experience, and workshops on huichol and dream catchers. There are also workshops specifically designed for kits, including Xocolati and the decoration of ceramic “Catrina” dolls.

For golf lovers, there is no better place than this. Guests have exclusive access to not one, but two of the finest private golf courses in the world - the Bahia & Pacifico Golf Courses, both designed by Jack Nicklaus. Set on a 380-acre peninsula overlooking the Pacific Ocean, these courses offer a truly spectacular setting. The “Tail of the Whale” 3B hole is a real challenge for any golfer and is considered one of the most spectacular holes in golf.

The resort’s spa, Apuane Spa, celebrates pre-Hispanic Mexican heritage by offering indigenous herbal remedies and using local ingredients such as nopal cactus, agave and copa trees. The resort offers hot and cold water pools, sauna, stream rooms, relaxation areas and a fully equipped fitness center.

Other notable activities include skin care treatments, wellness programs with yoga on the beach and sound healing programs.The Nona Pool is a heated infinity pool that offers stunning sunset and Pacific Ocean views. Complementary non-motorized water sports activities are also offered, including kayaks, body boards, snorkeling, and more.


Executive Chef Jorge González oversees all culinary programs at Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita. Enjoy four alfresco dining venues including Aramara, Bahía by Richard Sandoval, Dos Catrinas Restaurant and Tamai.

Named one of Mexico’s Best Restaurants in 2022, Aramara features an Asian-inspired menu with locally sourced ingredients. Bahía by Richard Sandoval offers exquisite grilled meats, seafood and vegetables. Its proximity to the beach makes it one of the resort’s most popular restaurants. Dos Catrinas Restaurant offers authentic Mexican cuisine with a modern twist, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Fresh and plant-based dishes are available at Tamai, located next to the Apuane Spa. The poolside restaurant offers fresh juice blends, healthy bowls and Asisan-inspired dishes. Vegan chef and wellness expert Leslie Durso, oversees the resort’s delightful plant-based options for all culinary sites.

MEZ, Nuna Bar and Shack Bar are popular spots to relax, socialize and experience innovative mixologists. MEZ offers an impressive selection of 70 mezcal varieties, while Nuna Bar provides a relaxed, casual ambiance to enjoy a cocktail and snack. And for a breathtaking sunset view, head to the Shack Bar, the resort’s rum bar.

Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita

63734 Corral del Risco, Nayarit, Mexico

+52 329 291 6000

By Markin Abras. Images courtesy of the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita


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