Featuring design by global architecture firm SB Architects, the 324-room Conrad Punta de Mita was created as a portal into the landscape, history, and multicultural identity of the region.
Accentuated by lush tropical vegetation, open corridors and contemporary coastal décor, the resort’s nature-centric aesthetic enhances wellness and reflects a core belief of the Huichol: that transformation and personal development occur through connection to nature. Blurring the line between the natural and built environment, spaces throughout the resort are open to the sky or contain apertures that provide a gateway to the natural world. These include the beach grill and sunset bar’s butterfly roof, a framed pergola in the main building, and an event lawn surrounded by mangroves.
The hotel is Hilton’s first-ever Conrad-branded resort in Mexico and the second Conrad property in the country.
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