Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita is deeply committed to becoming a model of providing sustainable luxury in the hospitality industry. Here, you will find some of our best practices for reducing the carbon footprint of our operations.
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  • A hotel room with a bed, large window, chairs, and a sofa.


  • Optional fresh linens and towels every three days program
  • In-room laundry bags made of linen or recycled plastic
  • Lightly used soaps and shampoos are donated to PEACE, a non-profit organization located in Punta de Mita
  • Systems for efficient water use such as low-flow toilets and automatic washing machines
  • A salad with green leaves and avocado on a white plate.


  • Reduced single-use paper in restaurants by using digital menus and newspapers
  • Menu offerings minimize waste
  • Installed Elkay exterior water dispenser at the main pool
  • Implemented reusable water cups at our pools and beaches
  • Sustainable plant-based options are offered in all restaurants and In-Room Dining, created by celebrity chef Leslie Durso
  • Team members participate in Meatless Mondays in the employee dining room, with plant-based offerings created by chef Durso
  • An overhead view of a hotel with a large pool near a beach shore.


  • Interior and exterior LED lighting throughout the Resort
  • Motion sensors in heart of house and room wardrobes
  • New high-efficiency appliances in all areas
  • Intelligent AC units installed in guest rooms, with vacancy feature that promotes efficient energy use and dehumidifiers that optimize the cooling system
  • 100% of water used at the Resort is treated and reused in our own water treatment plant. This water is used for our irrigation system, which is fully automated, reducing overwatering and increasing yield
  • Energy efficient machinery in cooling towers, laundry and hotel boilers, and water tanks
  • A small brown turtle on sand.


  • In Punta Mita, we are in a biodiverse environment. Therefore, we take responsibility for careful preservation of species
  • Punta Mita is home to one of the major nesting grounds worldwide of the hawksbill turtle. Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita has actively partnered with Red Tortuguera for sea turtle conservation and release. This activity has turned into a fascinating ecological adventure that delights guests with an interactive, educational and emotional experience that also maximizes the survival rate of new turtles
  • A local biologist advises the Resort in proper management to control bees and other species without damaging the ecosystem
  • A woman holding a woven disc by the ocean.


  • Implementation of sustainable and social culture through increased awareness and experiential programs
  • Huichol Culture Conservation Program: Punta Mita is home to the Huichol indigenous people, one of the last remaining links to pre-Columbian times. Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita hosts many activities to preserve and allow guests to learn about this important part of Mexican culture through art exhibits, history workshops and Huichol art classes
  • Mexican Heritage: Mexico is a country rich in history and traditions, and we want all our guests to learn about authentic Mexico. We offer Spanish classes with insights into Mexican history, tequila tastings and Catrina workshops
  • Beach Cleaning: Employees volunteer for beach clean-up days, helping reduce danger to marine life caused by plastic pollution in the ocean
  • PEACE, a non-profit organization located in Punta de Mita, Nayarit, facilitates local development of underserved youth, promoting self-reliance and self-sufficiency
  • "Ayudar Nos Mueve” Campaign – Literally meaning “Helping (others) Moves Us” staff promotes the PEACE program on Fridays.
  • A fish cooking on a grill.


  • Ecolab green cleaning products purchased in bulk
  • Products are sourced locally, allowing guests to eat and drink sustainably