Palmasola is a luxurious, spacious and extremely private beachfront estate located within exclusive Punta Mita, Mexico’s premier gated community and destination resort. This estate is on the northern tip of the Bahía de Banderas, one of the largest natural bays on the turquoise-shaded Pacific Coast with white sand beach, clear blue waters and pristine views. Palmasola offers guests 25,000 square feet of interior and exterior living spaces comprised of 10 beautifully designed structures in a village-like setting. The buildings are surrounded by 2 acres of lush tropical landscaping, including over 500 magnificent palm trees.
Showcasing imaginative architecture and an inspiring 200-foot-long pool, this dramatic beachside complex is as relaxing as it is beautiful. Enchanting both day and night, Palmasola is paradise found. With their colorful décor and tasteful furnishings, the 9 suites of the Master, Guest Residences and Garden Suites are perfectly suited for relaxing at the beach with friends. The Master Suite includes a one-of-a-kind study and a private terrace with a Jacuzzi, daybed and breakfast table.
Whether you choose to enjoy your dinner in the main dining room, in the pool pavilion, on the rooftop terrace gazing at stars or anywhere else at the estate, dining at Palmasola is a special experience. The pool deck is the heart of Palmasola where guests come together to read, swim, have a drink, relax and enjoy one another’s company. Nearby, guests can watch a movie and play foosball in the family room, exercise in the gym or get a rejuvenating massage in the massage room.
To stay at this ultra-fabulous villa, rates range from $10,000 – $11,500 per night, from here.
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