Ideally located on the southwest coast of Mexico, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita is often described as the place where you arrive as a guest, leave as a friend, and return as family. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a spectacular celebration, or an unforgettable family vacation, our "mi casa, su casa" philosophy invites you to experience the true spirit of Mexican hospitality.
- Five-Bedroom Oceanfront Villa
Mix vacation bliss with all the comforts of home. Designed for families and groups of friends, our hacienda-style villas feature a full kitchen, outdoor grilling and dining areas, an infinity-edge pool and a whirlpool.Details
- Garden-View Casita
Sip your morning coffee or savour an evening cocktail from your Mexican casita’s private terrace, surrounded by tropical gardens.Details
- Sol Suite
Whether you're taking advantage of your private beachfront office or unplugging in your infinity-edge pool, you'll always have an ocean view in these expansive clifftop suites.Details
- Coral Suite
Laze the day away in the hammock, cool off in the wrap-around pool and dine with loved ones in these suites, located right on the beach.Details
Our new restaurant combines Mexico's vibrant culture, sophisticated urban lifestyle and powerful history in a two-storey space with spectacular ocean views.
Your New Dining Destination
The name Dos Catrinas was inspired by one of the most powerful figures in Mexican artwork, La Catrina. The skeleton image of a woman in a large hat has become an icon of the country's holiday Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Our new restaurant – with dual offerings of both dining and socializing spaces – honours life, death and the joyful celebration of new beginnings.
- Deep-Sea Fishing on Mexico’s West Coast
Charter one of our private yachts or head out to sea with our experienced captain in search of prized marlin, tuna and dorado.
- Sea-Turtle Release
Led by our marine biologist, learn about the thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles that nest in Banderas Bay each year and help to release the new hatchlings into the ocean.