My family just got back from a week's stay at the Glass Penthouse-what a gorgeous spot! The unit itself is really pretty with glass sliders facing the beach for a breath taking view. The art is in the unit is unique and fun. The pool for the condos is really nice and very well taken care of. We were lucky enough to have the entire area mostly to ourselves. The beach in front of the condo was really nice-a little rough for the little kids, but the 10 year up crowd loved it. The little kids were more than happy to be in the pool. The pool guy, Claver, was really nice and kept bringing us toys whenever we wanted them-pool toys, paddle boards and a kayak. It is easy to rent surfboards if you wander down the beach a little. The area is also very safe. There is food close by in the town but we found it way overpriced and not that great-very tourist oriented. We wished we would have stocked up on more food at Costco when we left the airport. The only markets close by are very minimal. Expect to pay a huge price for wine-even at Costco. But wine is a staple for us, so we had to bite the bullet on it. The Costco is awesome. We took advantage of activities in the area- a boat ride to the Marietta Islands, zip lines, AV's, horseback riding and of course just goofing off in the ocean and pool. A couple of little things at the condo-the linens could use some updating-they were sparse and a little worn. There were not enough pillows for everyone. Our kids didn't want to complain so I didn't realize it or would have said something. The extra room only had a sheet for the pull out. We were supposed to have a cot for one granddaughter but were told it was broken, so she had to squeeze in with her parents. Bugs were also a problem at night. it is the tropics of course, so we expected some bugs. They were getting in under the glass sliders. We started plugging up the bottoms with beach towels to keep them somewhat at bay. It would be great to have some way to block them at night. Some people aren't bothered by bugs, but unfortunately most of our group was. When you first arrive, try to do so in the day, as it was slightly hard to find the first time. You take the first right after the gated area to Punta Mita-where the Four Seasons is accessed I think. The kitchen had adequate pans and dishes, but not much in the way of staples, just some salt-so if you are going to cook-think of all the ingredients you might need. All in all, a view to die for, a wonderful place, lots of great memories, really nice people....what else could you ask for?
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