Review: I’m back at Casa De Mita in Punta Mita, Mexico

There’s no better place to celebrate a special event than Casa De Mita in Punta Mita, Mexico, just outside of Puerto Vallarta. I’ve celebrated my last two birthdays (and one Christmas) here with friends, which should show you how special it is, and unfortunately, due to the pandemic, I wasn’t able to travel here. In any case, I wanted to write up a Casa De Mita review.

My 40th at Casa De Mita!

Casa de Mita is a luxury, all-inclusive boutique resort in Punta Mita, a magical sanctuary on its own secluded beach. While I will write a longer review, I wanted to show you some photos of what to expect: an outdoor, saltwater pool, gourmet Mexican cuisine, premium liquor and gorgeous rooms that have tons of soul.

Casa De Mita, one of my favorite hotels in Mexico. 

Casa De Mita, one of my favorite hotels in Mexico, is truly unforgettable, and I can’t wait to return.

There really is no other place I’d rather be! I wrote a Casa De Mita review for Telegraph here in case you want more information and while you wait for my review. I really just wanted to show how beautiful it is, and if you’re looking to book a vacation to Mexico, I highly recommend it.

Sunset at Casa De Mita in Punta Mita.

Sunset at Casa De Mita in Punta Mita.

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Jimmy Im has traveled to 113 countries, stayed at over 600 hotels and clocked millions of air miles. He currently lives in New York City.

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