We stayed in La Costa, a unit that is less expensive then the others. It was great short stairs to our room and the best view. Ricardo was great and the Manager Barbara was a doll. Next time try Villa Serena , short steps and a cooling off pool. Another great view. I have read the neg reviews and I will say the road in front of the hotel is not that used. The short walk into town is beautiful and romantic, I loved that walk. The restaurant down stairs is independent and good but there are so many good eats in town.There are no hawkers except once a guy came by with oysters on the half and Grilled Mahi on a stick. I loved that too. They are in the process of building a pool on the property, will be finished soon. Sayulita the town is charming with 90 degree ocean and rock and roll music at night like going back to a surf town in the 70's. No highrises, no buses, no taxies and no time share selling , There is no better place to stay in Sayulita. I'll be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Villa Amor is an eclectic collection of 26 oceanfront villas the tropical surf town of Sayulita, Mexico. Each villa has stunning views of the Sayulita Bay coastline, the Sierra Madre jungle, and the fishing village down the road. All of our villas feature unique, open-air designs with incomparable views from the terraces and lounges for sunbathing and nighttime stargazing. We're about 50-minute scenic drive from Puerto Vallarta International Airport but a world away from the cacophonous crowds. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Villa Amor Hotel Sayulita