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Located on the bay of Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita is quickly becoming one of Mexico’s favorite vacation destinations. Hard to argue with features like a variety of luxury hotels and their exclusive amenities, two Jack Nicklaus signature golf courses, mix of water sports and tranquil bays, and acres of tropical forest.

How long is Punta Mita from Puerto Vallarta?

It’s a 30-minute drive from the airport in Puerto Vallarta to Punta Mita.

What’s the difference between Punta Mita and Punta de Mita?

Punta Mita refers to the resorts, villas, and amenities inside the gates of luxury communities. Punta de Mita refers to the adjacent seaside village. Looking for a great option for lunch or dinner? Don’t miss out on Tuna Blanca. This waterfront restaurant is a touch of elegance with a relaxed atmosphere. This is the second restaurant of Chef Thierry Blouet. His first eatery is Café des Artistes in Puerto Vallarta.

What hotel is best for families?

Almost all hotels are kid-friendly, but the two resorts that knock it out of the park are: Four Seasons Punta Mita and Conrad Punta de Mita.

At Four Seasons Punta Mita, memorable experiences await with adventures on land and sea, ten alfresco restaurants and bars, a serene spa, kid & teen clubs, a golfer’s paradise, and so much more. Nested on a private peninsula, relish in two immaculate beaches. Continue your water escape with two pools and a fun lazy river. The options for entertaining are limitless!

The Conrad Punta de Mita stretches along two miles of pristine beach and making its debut as Hilton’s first Conrad hotel in Mexico. Relax at the adult pool, swim laps at the active pool, or make a splash at the family pool. Unwind at their expansive spa while the little ones are entertained at the kids’ club and game room. The possibilities for adventure, culinary, and relaxation are endless; all that’s missing is you.

Is One&Only Mandarina worth the hype?

Wrapped by the rainforest and framed by the ocean, welcome to the unearthed paradise of the Riviera Nayarit, north of Punta Mita. Through a canopy of jungle, you’ll be whisked away in open-air buggies and discover One&Only Mandarina.

Indulge in active experiences like hiking, tennis, or jungle courses. Explore the open waters by snorkeling, deep-sea diving, surfing, boat excursions and more. Their Equestrian Club features horseback riding and weekend polo matches. Be sure to unwind through your spiritual journey at the O&O Spa. Of course, we can’t forget the kids! Their club is filled with treehouses and an enormous butterfly sanctuary.  

Relax at two private and distinct beach clubs, Jetty Beach Club & Canalan Beach Club, with delicious cuisine and oversized beds and cabanas.

Enjoy one of their intimate free-standing villas and treehouses that include plunge pools, expansive terraces, spacious bathrooms, and butler services.

So is One&Only Mandarina worth the hype? Absolutely. Bags packed yet?!





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