St. Regis Punta Mita Resort

Spa, resort, grand

Lote H-4 Carretera Federal 200, Punta De Mita 63734

(52) 329-291-5800

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At a Glance

Situated on twenty-two acres, the St. Regis Punta Mita has 120 rooms and 25 suites spread among individual two-story casitas, each containing four guest accommodations.

Indagare Loves

  • 10,000-square-foot Remède Spa for vacation pampering
  • Romantic beachfront suites with plunge pools and privacy
  • Butlers to handle vacation’s grunt work: packing and unpacking luggage


The rooms at the St. Regis Punta Mita have a distinctly Provençal feel, with a creamy palette of linens and silks, antique writing desks, upholstered arm chairs, clay-tiled floors and beamed ceilings. Although the rooms (and the property in general) could use a refresh, all boast private balconies or terraces, some with plunge pools, plus expansive indoor/outdoor baths and walk-in closets and high-tech necessities like iPod docking stations and plasma televisions (including in the bathroom). As a nice added touch, even standard rooms come with butler service, which includes packing and unpacking. The recently launched e-butler service allows guests to contact their butler with any need whether on or off property.

Guests at the St. Regis spend their days at three bi-level pools, at the beach or at the resort’s large, modern gym, three restaurants and spectacular 10,000-square-foot Remède Spa, with two outdoor pavilions for manicures and pedicures (complete with wine) and a wonderful menu of treatments. The bright and welcoming La Tortuga Children’s Club keeps kids from two to eight years old occupied with activities such as face painting, seashell hunts, live animal shows, Wii tournaments, arts and crafts and, for older children, beach volleyball and soccer.

Those searching for the ideal romantic getaway should book one of the beachfront suites, spacious 1,800-square-foot one-bedrooms opening onto the ocean, equipped with full kitchens (to accommodate a private chef, of course), a plunge pool and a Jacuzzi overlooking the waves. At least one afternoon should be spent in the Remède’s double-sized treatment room, perfect for couples’ treatments, with a private patio and Jacuzzi for lunch and Champagne.

The main drawback to the St. Regis is the layout of the property. The 33 casitas are very close together, and in some areas the proximity is almost claustrophobic. Travelers who want a bit of space and privacy should upgrade to beachfront accommodations and avoid the rooms and suites in the center of the resort.

Who Should Stay

Although the resort welcomes both families and couples, the subdued ambiance and expansive spa seem more appropriate for a romantic getaway than for holidays with kids, for which the Four Seasons (with its lazy river and game room) may be more appropriate. Travelers looking for around-the-clock service may also be happier at the Four Seasons.

Written by Henley Vazquez

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