From world-renowned architects Manolo Mestre and Juan Collignon comes Casa Majani. Mestre's and Collignon’s holistic approach to architecture pays homage to the natural while incorporating the contemporary. A premiere eco-sensitive designer, Mestre embraces native simplicity and warmth of color to complement modern convenience, providing an alluring and meditative experience. A network of pathways through expansive reflection pools connects each unique structure, creating the illusion that Casa Majani is suspended over the powerful Pacific.
Have fun in the media and games room: even the best refuge from the worldly fast track benefits from a dose of modernity. Apart from providing a protective air-conditioned haven, the family room presents a most comfortable space for guests to watch a movie, listen to music, or enjoy a board game.
Rest by the pool and terraces: a grand illusion by design, the pools appear endless. These two connected bodies of water blend with sea and sky, enhancing undisturbed views of the blue horizon with over 150 feet of infinity edge. The smaller of the pools encircles the Keili Suite, offering a dynamic and diverse swimming experience. Nearby, a whimsical bar extending unsupported from the wall is, in fact, a restored vintage surf board A ground level fire pit for intimate gatherings and fantastic sunsets is situated on the sand beach terrace.
Work out in the Tucari yoga/fitness room. At Casa Majani, every room is designed with intention. Tucari, meaning “good energy” has a relaxing, Zen feel. This yoga and fitness room, adorned with native wood flooring uses floor to ceiling windows to offer a view of vast reflection pools and lush native gardens. Light and airy, Tucari can be opened on two sides to take advantage of good weather, and closed to provide a sanctuary from the heat or humidity.
At the center of Casa Majani stands the grand palapa. Nested beneath a palm-thatched roof, sits an almost ethereal living and dining terrace. Steadfast ocean breezes and sun-bathed terraces bless this marriage of nature and nurture. Striking ocean vistas surrounds all points in Casa Majani’s central gathering area. A sustainable tropical wood dining table, created by local craftsmen for 12, provides an unmatched vantage point for the surf and sunsets
The tropical wood indoor dining table, set under a vaulted ceiling and soft lights, is a place to share a delicious meal and relax. Surrounded by colorful native art and craft and bordered by a contemplative pool, this comfortable space is a haven from the elements. Casa Majani’s graceful kitchen fits both form and function. Amidst ocean-facing windows, everything from delicious simple Mexican fare to lavish haute cuisine is happily prepared. Charming yet modern, the kitchen opens onto an outdoor patio, bordered by a pond, where you will find an intimate breakfast nook.
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Casa Majani is located 40 miles north of Puerto Vallarta airport, and 50 meters of Pacific Ocean beachfront inside the gates of the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita.
5 bedroom suites, 1 back bedroom, eight baths, sleeps 12