The description on the web site does not match the room "COSTA". It appears the room was staged for photos and then replaced with much less comfortable furniture. The art was nearly laughable mix of mesoamerican, Buddhist, late 60's macrame, and pre-WW II modernism. The bed's netting was a constant distraction but, quite necessary. A coffee maker is provided, provided you bring your own coffee, sweetener and milk. The bathroom is dark and dank, 4-5 minutes for hot water. The electrical system scared me the most, given the fact the room is a palapa made of dried palm fronds, there were loose wire hanging down near the palm fronds for no apparent reason. And, the fire extinguisher is located in the most inaccessible place.
However, the views were absolutely gorgeous.
- 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