The Iberostar Playa Mita is due to open in December in the Riviera Nayarit, just 25 miles north of the Puerto Vallarta Airport. Not only is this developing destination already attracting visitors, but with the addition of this exciting new resort it is expected to become even more popular.
Iberostar has over a 100 hotels and resorts across 15 countries, every one shares common values and amenities. Starting with a staff that is devoted to making the guests welcome and happy, there is the elegant design, spacious accommodations, extensive recreational options, delicious dining places, and world acclaimed Spas, all geared to the guests.
The new Iberostar Playa Mita is set amid stunning natural beauty, the backdrop will be the Western Sierra Madre mountains with 200 miles of golden sand beaches to break the incoming waves and sleepy picturesque fishing villages. The year round tropical temperature is part of the ecology where natural marshes, mangroves, and hundreds species of plants and animals can be found. Riviera Nayarit boasts it has some of the best fishing, snorkeling, surfing, and whale watching in the world, a good reason to visit.
The all-inclusive Iberostar Playa Mita Resort will have
(a) 452 guest rooms, of which 120 will be oceanfront suites each with it's own balcony or terrace, and two presidential suites;
(b) a buffet restaurant, four specialty restaurants and six bars, including one that is a swim-up bar;
(c) a theater with live entertainment;
(d) a fitness center, three pools one of which will be an infinity pool; tennis courts, a kids club and kids pool;
(e) the world class Spa will have a range of signature treatments and a secluded relaxation garden;
f) and guests can choose from a variety of non-motorized watersports, or play a round of golf on the nearby Greg Norman designed 18-hole championship golf course.
Those who would like to be the first to stay at the new resort, or just want to be able to visit in the new year, they can go to the website and check out the specials being offered.
The fishing village of Punta Mita is at the end of Banderas Bay, surrounded on three sides by the Pacific Ocean, and has only in recent years seen the development of new resorts and hotels. Attractions in the are include the Marieta islands a group of uninhabited islands which are believed to have been formed thousands of years ago by volcanic action. At the present time only limited tours are permitted by the government, to explore the protected bird sanctuary and the ancient rock carvings.
Visitors Arrive at the Puerto Vallarta airport which is serviced by many domestic and international airlines, from there they can get local transportation to the resort, or rent a car to go on their own.