The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 73%Family Travelers
- 63%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Business Travelers
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- The St. Regis Punta Mita ResortMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersMay 23, 2014
Relatively new to the exclusive enclave of Punta Mita south of Puerto Vallarta, the St. Regis opened in 2010 with 120 huge Mediterranean villa–style rooms and alluring features like a multiterraced cascade down from the lobby to where Banderas Bay meets the Pacific Ocean. Expect blue-chip sea views from your bedroom and three signature restaurants. But it’s the service (with near-perfect scores) that is next-level swank: attentive butlers cater to every whim, be it booking tee times at one of two Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses or meticulously folding and packing your clothes, a service elevated to an art form.Recommended for:
- The St. Regis Punta Mita ResortMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 2Apr 08, 2014
My wife and I had the opportunity to visit St. Regis Punta Mita this year and we were very happy to have the opportunity. We were greeted upon arrival and the front desk agent went over reservation confirmation and room key pass off while we were sitting over looking the property that led down to the beach. I lover this approach which we found very personal and warm. We had a Deluxe King room which was very spacious (over 600 square feet) with views of the ocean and grounds. This is their starting room category so it was more than enough for the two of us.It was a 5 point bathroom (separate shower, tub double vanities etc.) with an additional nice touch; along with the indoor shower, it had an outside one as well. The grounds are very well maintained and the service we experienced; from the servers at Las Marietas (Breakfast & Lunch), Sea Breeze Restaurant, by the pool and the beach were wonderful, very charming and gave us so much insight on Punta Mita and the hotel. NOTES: The indoor shower was not enclosed and was supposed to drain to one corner away from the door leading into the bathroom unfortunately, it did not drain as well so we would have water on the bathroom floor. The Butler service, although a nice amenity and good selling point was inconsistent. One example, we called to have a pair of shoes shined and hit the "butler service button" on the phone. No one answered and so we assumed they were being paged. After 20 minutes, a housekeeper came to refresh our room and so we asked her if she could request the service. In the end, we did not know if we should leave the room or if the request was received so we refrained from using the butler service for the remainder of the trip. Unfortunately, Carolina, their signature restaurant was not open during our stay which we were told was due to low occupancy so the only dinner option was Sea Breeze or room service. Now, we were only at the resort for a few days so we were fine. If you are going to stay for a number of days this will be inconvenient. We left St. Regis to stay at Resort close by and over the next few days saw a number of guests who were staying at St. Regis come up to dine at the restaurants at the hotel we were now residing. Sufi Restaurant: The resort is located in a gated community which includes, golf, hotels and timeshares.Since Carolina was closed we asked concierge for a recommendation which was Sufi. It is a 10 minute walk adjacent to the golf course or you can request a taxi. It overlooks the ocean and had wonderful service and cuisine. It is a must if you want to eat offsite one night! (Attached a picture from our table.) Transfers from the airport: The service utilized by the hotels will run approximately $100.00 one way and since it is a gated community you will need to use their service. The other options are to rent a car or use the public transportation. Overall, we would go back and recommend this Resort for couples and corporations who wanted to offer it as an incentive trip.Recommended for:
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- The St. Regis Punta Mita ResortFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
A bit of a mixed review... the service tries to be helpful and efficient, but it just misses. The staff doesn't quite have an inherent knack for service. I'm sure they've been trained, but that's the whole point - they needed training. The beach has nice white sand (looks imported) and great vistas out to the ocean. The pools are clean and uncrowded. Las Marietas restaurant offers a decent poolside lunch - the ceviche was OK, not fantastic, the club sandwich was better, the quesadilla was nothing special. They offered small juice popsicles in the afternoon, which was always a treat... tamarind was my favorite (also, lemon, strawberry, mango, pineapple). The gym is OK, with a mix of free weight dumbbells and aerobics machines. We had a deluxe oceanfront which was essentially a jr. suite with a living room and a huge balcony. The bathroom had a second outdoor shower - kind of fun. The sliding door was busted and they fixed it, but I didn't like the staff coming into the room when I was there, wish they'd have done it some other time. Overall a good place to get away from it all and get pampered - at a price.
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- Pets Allowed