Amapa: Hotel in Puerto Vallarta
Just steps away from Playa Los Muertos in Puerto Vallarta, the Amapa hotel combines bold architecture with contemporary bohemian Mexican design.
Minimal, modern, Mexican
Opened in the spring of 2020, the Amapa Hotel is nestled on the beachfront in the Colonia Amapas neighborhood in the lively historic city of Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific coast.
The Amapa hotel fuses traditional Mexican aesthetics with a laid-back approach to contemporary design. The hotel expresses the harmony of the contrasts of Puerto Vallarta. The Amapa hotel’s identity is minimal, modern, and Mexican.
The hotel offers 55 television-less rooms with large windows, and a private balcony with traditional Yucatan hammocks. You’ll be treated to a variety of views of vibrant Mexican street life, the tropical landscape, and the Sierra Madre Mountains. Each room has a unique personality. Balancing between bohemian and contemporary, the interiors combine neutral colors with soft pastel touches, and clean lines and angular shapes contrast with natural, raw materials. Herringbone brick patterns, custom weavings, hanging woven lamps and rattan furniture pay homage to local craftsmanship.
A healthy, locally inspired breakfast is served in the outdoor courtyard. The Amapa hotel’s restaurant offers fresh and sophisticated Mexican coastal cuisine, prepared with local ingredients and served in an intimate outdoor setting.
There is also a wellness pavilion that offers meditation, yoga, reflexology and massages. The rooftop infinity pool offers a 360-degree view of the hotel’s surroundings. The rooftop bar with its fireplace and comfortable lounges is the perfect place to watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. As a genuine showcase of local design, the hotel offers, through the hotel boutique, to take home the best of Mexican craftsmanship.
The Amapa hotel is an exceptional place, a one-on-one experience with the Pacific.
We love Amapa for:
Rooftop swimming pool
Direct access to the beach
Double room from 100 € per night during low season.