4 Stunning Destination Wedding Villas in Punta Mita

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The ultra-luxurious master-planned community of Punta Mita is home to some of the most stunning oceanfront properties in Mexico. Unlike a typical resort wedding where your special day is inevitably shared with hotel guests and onlookers, a villa wedding in Punta Mita is synonymous with privacy and exclusivity. Located in private enclaves, designer villas offer unrivalled convenience, allowing couples to spend more time with family and friends, enjoy extended party hours, host all wedding-related events on-site, and customize every single detail of their special day – or days!

With breathtaking backdrops for your wedding photos, first-class amenities for your guests, private chefs, caterers, drivers and housekeepers, these four properties leave nothing to be desired.

Casa Entre Rocas

Located in the exclusive oceanfront village of La Punta Estates, this luxury villa is the perfect place to stage an idyllic tropical wedding. Breezy open spaces with contemporary, brightly colored furnishings characterize the Zen-like ambiance of this home. Seven bedroom suites accommodate up to 20 guests, two of them with exterior bathtubs and direct terrace access. The grounds include a magnificent infinity swimming pool, an outdoor hot tub, a rooftop terrace with a fire pit and yoga garden, alfresco dining areas, a barbecue, sun loungers, a wet bar, a steam room and a gym. The full staff at the property include a personal chef, three housekeepers, two waiters, a bartender and a chauffeur.

Price: $7,000-$12,500 per night

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Casa Majani

Part of the exclusive Punta Estates, Casa Majani was designed by world-renowned architect, Manolo Mestre, whose holistic approach to architecture can be seen in how the property’s native simplicity and warm colors are complemented with modern conveniences, resulting in an alluring and meditative experience. Casa Majani has six large bedrooms, each featuring an en-suite bathroom and a variety of perks. Amenities include two connecting swimming pools, a bar that extends unsupported from the wall and features a restored vintage surfboard, a ground level fire pit, and a yoga and fitness room.  Your stay includes the services of a cook, concierge, housekeeping, butler service and night watchman.

Price: $5,500-$13,300 per night

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Villa Pacifica

Located in the Ranchos Estates, the most exclusive gated community in Punta Mita, Villa Pacifica offers complete seclusion at the edge of a large stretch of pristine white sandy beach. Designed by architect Pepe de Iturbide, its contemporary and sophisticated style features an open design, dramatic water features and expansive outdoor living areas with breathtaking views. Amenities include a swimming pool, hot tub, outdoor terrace, alfresco dining and beach access. Your stay includes a property manager, butler, chef service, laundry service, housekeeping, 24-hour security, and more. With a total of five bedrooms, this villa can accommodate up to twelve guests.

Price: $5,500-$11,500 per night

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Casa Querencia

This unique property is located in Punta Mita’s newest and most exclusive enclave. The house sits on a hill, offering 180 degree views of the bay, and its infinity-edge pools overlook the ocean and endless beauty. A modern architecture, combined with rich textiles, create a tropical look in this five en-suite bedroom property. The interior features marble kitchen countertops, indoor meets outdoor spaces and wooden ceiling beams. Outdoor amenities include a lush private garden, a stunning fire pit terrace, a beach cabana, an outdoor palapa, a barbecue grill, a pizza oven, a hammock terrace, and basketball and beach volleyball courts. Your stay includes a property manager, butler, pool keeper, housekeeper and chef.

Price: $4,500-$7,000 per night

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Featured Photo: Villa Pacifica

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