The visual identity of Hotel Amapa is minimalist, modern and Mexican, with a focus on reinterpretation.
In a balanced blend of bohemian and modern, neutral colors combine with soft pastel tones while clean lines and angular shapes contrast with raw, natural materials. Herringbone patterns, custom wickerwork, hanging woven lamps, and rattan furniture honor Mexico's historic penchant for craftsmanship. Each room has its own personality, with authentic barro cloth from Oaxaca by David Pompa, weavings by fiber artist Mariella Motilla, and handmade hammocks from the Yucatan Peninsula.
- Wifi / WLAN
- Spa & Recreation
Access to El Dorado Beach Club, rooftop infinity pool, meditation
- Food & Drink
Restaurant serves coastal Mexican specialties in a cozy outdoor setting, rooftop bar for tequila or craft cocktails
Boardwalks, restaurants, bars and boutiques abound in the Mexican resort town of Puerto Vallarta, which sits right on Bahía de Banderas, the Bay of Flags. Puerto Vallarta's nickname is "La ciudad más amigable del mundo"-which translates to "the friendliest city in the world"-explaining the city's popularity with weekenders from Guadalajara, while its young, liberal attitude means it's also considered one of Latin America's best LGBTQ-friendly destinations. Puerto Vallarta's sandy beaches are also a draw for sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts.