The Four Seasons Punta Mita Resort is located in a charming fishing village on the Mexican Riviera, north of Puerto Vallarta. Set along the glistening Bahia de Banderas, this property is a relaxing retreat where siestas are encouraged and the hammocks sway to the sounds of the lapping waves.
The Four Seasons Punta Mita Resort feels more like a Mexican beach home with its tiled roofs and cozy charm. Rooms have either garden, ocean, or beach views. Open the sliding doors of the Ocean View room and step out to the furnished terrace or balcony to feel the fresh Pacific breeze coming off the glittering waters of Bahia de Banderas. Pamper yourself in the marble bathroom with luxurious bath products. Room decor seamlessly blends into the surroundings with colors that mimic the tropics.
The suites range from one to five bedrooms with private terraces, plunge pools, cabanas, and hammocks for an afternoon snooze. The Coral Suite has an outdoor shower to refresh after frolicking at the beach, plus a spot to relax with a personal massage on the terrace. The view from the infinity pool at the Sol Suite looks out over the top of a cliff.
Dine on Mexican classics prepared with fresh, local ingredients at the Tail of the Whale restaurant while enjoying views of the Pacific Ocean and the golf courses below. Seafood, sandwiches, and regional dishes are served at Ketsi, under a thatched roof and near the pool. Beachfront dining is encouraged at the Four Seasons Punta Mita Resort. Dine on grilled seafood and meats or work with the chef to choose seafood right from a local fishing boat.
Guests can don a chef’s apron at a cooking classes and learn how to prepare a traditional Mexican meal. Surf, snorkel, or scuba dive among the abundant sea life or take a stroll along the white sand beaches of the Mexican Riviera. Two Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses are the perfect putting green with a view.
Participate in cultural programs to learn more about the native people of the area, the history of tequila paired with a tasting, or participate in a Spanish language lesson.
In the evening as things cool off, lounge in a cabana, sip on cocktails, and nibble on tapas while the ocean hits the rugged rock formations and the sun sets over the sparkling water.Request Information