Mu husband and I just returned from a week at the St. Regis Punta Mita -- our first vacation with our infant daughter. We are Platinum Starwood members and have stayed in Westins, W hotels and a few St. Regis properties around the world. This one was top-notch, with the usual breathtaking grounds and luxurious rooms -- but the staff really made the property special.
I was immediately taken with how accommodating they were to our 8-month-old baby. Everyone from Carl the GM to Marisol at housekeeping was so sweet to her. There was a welcome amenity with a teddy bear, rubber ducky, diapers and a pack of Johnson & Johnson baby products waiting in our room upon arrival -- a nice touch!
Special thanks to a few staff members who went above and beyond:
1) David at Concierge, who picked up some baby formula for us from the pharmacy near his house (about 30 minutes away), which saved us $40 in cab fare to have it delivered.
2) Jose at the front desk, who took time out of his day to give us a tour of some of the different room types in case we want to come back
3) Ricardo and Javier at the pool, who always had our favorite cabana ready and waiting with towels and water, and anticipated every need while we were there
Also, our butler managed to find a bottle sterilizer for us after we forgot to bring our microwave bags for sterilizing. It was a life-saver!
As for the rooms -- we were upgraded to a deluxe suite, but I did look at all of the room types and can say that I would be perfectly happy with a traditional room. ALL of the rooms and suites are well-appointed and luxurious, with balconies/terraces, walk-in closets, outdoor showers and the MOST comfortable beds I've ever slept in (even better than the Westin Heavenly Bed!).
The rooms are all housed in casitas, with about 4 rooms/suites per casita. I would suggest staying in an upstairs room if you can. Not only is the view probably better, but we could hear everything through the ceiling of our first-floor suite -- talking, TV, music, walking up and down stairs, etc.
We stayed on the property the entire time and ate all of our meals there. I highly recommend the chilaquiles for breakfast and the chicken tacos and octopus tostada from the pool menu at Marietas.
We ate at Seabreeze a couple times but were not as impressed with the food.
You can go into Punta Mita to eat, but it's a $10 cab ride each way.
Thanks to everyone who made our visit so special. We hope to be back soon!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled amongst one of the world's most alluring beaches at the Riviera Nayarit, in a a 1500-acre resort and residential community, The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort is an exquisite luxury resort in Punta de Mita, Mexico. Our property features 120 accommodations, thoughtful amenities, and spectacular grounds. We offer an experience that transcends ordinary travel, immersing guests in unsurpassed luxury. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The St. Regis Punta Mita Hotel Punta De Mita
- St Regis Punta De Mita
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