Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner and all beverages (including most beer, wine and mixed drinks) are included in the Jetsetter rate
Location on a secluded stretch of Playa Careyeros
Friendly and attentive staff
In-room goodie baskets that gets refilled daily
What To Know
This is more of a romantic retreat: Children 17 and under are not permitted
Remote location means a drive to most outside restaurants and activities
Friendly dogs live on the property
Rooms have inside locks but no room keys
A 10 percent gratuity charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout (additional gratuity is welcome)
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All-inclusive getaway with fresh eats, a swim-up bar and pristine beach
On a powdery stretch of beach in Punta de Mita, this all-inclusive resort offers the comforts of a full-service hotel with the warmth and hospitality of a family stay. There are few visitors here, so don’t be surprised if your footprints are the only ones in the powdery sand — the real gem of this seaside spot.
Bed and Bath
Each of the eight guestrooms face the ocean, with thatch-roofed balconies, intricate hand-carved furniture, and large tiled showers in the bathrooms. Eye-catching local artwork adorns the walls (including beautiful Boteroesque paintings), but the best feature is the “munchies basket,” which will satisfy even the sweetest tooth.
Casa de Mita's swim-up bar and attentive pool wait staff set the scene for this chill getaway. Nab a daybed on the beach for a siesta, or relax on one of the many lounge chairs that overlook the sea. Meals are served alfresco on the patio, with cool ocean breezes and the sound of crashing waves as the soundtrack. The orange juice served at breakfast sets the tone for the day: freshly prepared and all natural. Don't miss the locally caught salmon entree, and for lunch, try the fish tacos and a cold Chelada (beer with lime juice poured over ice in a glass with a salted rim).
In the Area
Take a quick drive to the surfing town of Sayulita for a day of local shopping. The 200-acre Jack Nicklaus-designed Pacifico Golf Course at the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita is one of the top-rated courses in the world. Eight holes border the ocean, and the famous hole 3B is called the "Tail of the Whale" because it's located on a small natural isle just offshore. Because of the rocky shoreline and ever-changing currents, the best way to check out Punta Mita’s surfing is via a small boat with a knowledgeable guide. Mictlan Surf School, in the village of Punta De Mita, can hook you up with both. The uninhabited Marietas Islands are a national park offshore from Punta Mita, and the waters here teem with manta rays, octopus, turtles, dolphins and whales (in season). Punta Mita is famous in the sport-fishing world. You can expect to haul in sailfish, marlin, amberjack, mahimahi and even "cow tuna," which can reach nearly 400 pounds.
Casa de Mita
Calle Playa Careyeros
Punta de Mita, Mexico
How to Get There
Flights are available to Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from PVR, about 28 miles away, are approximately $125 per car (for up to three people), round-trip, and can be arranged through the property. Taxis are approximately $75, each way. If you’re renting a car for the transfer, self-parking is free.