Conrad Punta de Mita

Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

Conrad Punta de Mita

Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

A tranquil respite from Mexico City’s energetic pace, the 324-key hotel boasts serene natural landscapes, aquamarine waters, and uninhabited isles. Influenced by Mexico’s rich history and unique culture, indigenous artwork integrates with luxurious amenities to create a sense of barefoot resort elegance. In each motif lies a story, a statement, and a valued part of the local Mexican identity.



Project Type

Destination Resorts


  • 324-key hotel
  • Conference Center
  • Five food and beverage venues
  • Spa and three pools (active, adult and family)
  • 45,000 square-feet of event space
  • 18-hole Greg Norman golf course
  • Tennis courts



The architectural design creates a direct connection to the outdoors, crafting spaces that invite the natural landscape into the built environment. Drawing inspiration from the dramatic coastline and majestic Sierra Madre mountains, SB Architects designed resort bungalows and pavilions to complement the gorgeous Litibu scenery. Accentuated by lush tropical vegetation, open corridors, and contemporary and coastal décor, the resort’s nature-centric design enhances wellness and reflects a core belief of the Huichol that transformation and personal development occur through connection to nature.


Harnessing the natural beauty of the site, SB Architects situated the Specialty Restaurant next to one of the largest mangrove reserves and worked within the local government regulations to sensitively construct the space, creating a transformative, captivating experience for guests.

The butterfly roof in the resort beach grill and sunset bar, a framed pergola welcoming guests in the main building and an event lawn surrounded by mangroves are either open to the sky or contain apertures inviting guests to look up and connect to the natural world.




The spa design enhances wellness and mindfulness through indigenous rituals and natural elements. Guests are led through green tunnels to outdoor cocoon-style treatment rooms. The spa also features a traditional clay Temazcal – or “house of heat” – providing a cleansing experience for body, mind, and spirit that has been a tradition within Mexican culture for over 1,000 years.



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