The Four Seasons Punta Mita – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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Punta Mita in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – Four Seasons Private Residence Club

Enjoy the sound of the Pacific Ocean as it reaches the shore from the ocean-view villas of Four Seasons Residence Club Punta Mita, which blends sophisticated Mexican style with the exceptional standards of Four Seasons.

Grandly spacious interiors reflect the local culture and heritage with rich wood detailing and stone flooring in intricate mosaic and pebble patterns. Punta Mita’s year-round sunshine invites you to relax outdoors on your expansive private terrace or take a dip in the infinity-edge plunge pool.

The villas of Four Seasons Residence Club Punta Mita were designed by Diego Villaseñor, the celebrated Mexican architect who was responsible for designing the entire Four Seasons Resort. Each villa is fully furnished and luxuriously appointed in the most sophisticated Mexican style. Floor plans highlight outdoor living and ocean views.

Positioned on the northern tip of Banderas Bay – about an hour from Puerto Vallarta – Punta Mita is a spear-shaped peninsula, facing both the bay and the Pacific. The shoreline is edged by over 9 miles of pristine white sand – including some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. The jungle peaks of the Sierra Madre Mountains provide a rugged backdrop as well.

Owners here get all the fine services of the Four Seasons hotel and legendary service including a Pre-Arrival Specialist who will contact you at least a month before you arrive to help you plan activities and get the most out of your stay – by making restaurant reservations, booking golf tee times and spa appointments, and arranging day trips.

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