Imanta, where nature meets luxury.
Nestled in a 250-acre property find a collection of twelve stone buildings resembling ancient prehispanic temples and palaces each secluded in its own part of the jungle with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra de Vallejo mountain range, just steps away from a private beach with sand as soft as powder and a beautiful turquoise-blue water color.
Ecology is part of Imanta's DNA. The stone builidings are made with the native rock that is on the hill where the hotel is located, most stones range well beyond five million years in age. The entry road snakes two miles through the thick jungle, avoiding all large trees including fig trees, parota trees and century old palm trees. The Jungle Spa uses aloe vera grown on property along with banana and birds of paradise leaves that are applied on several signature treatments. The property counts with a turtle release program that releases 5,000 baby turtles in average per year that are born on Imanta's main beach. The entire property is single-use plastic free in all of its guestrooms and outlets.
Food & Beverage is extremely important at Imanta. Seafood is fresh caught by local fishermen each day. A woodfire grill is used to make the traditional Zarandeado Fish among other regional specialties. Organic corn is brought from the Mexican highlands to make organic corn tortillas from scratch daily. Varieties of premium Tequilas, Mezcales and Raicillas to indulge on for days, including a range of authentic cocktails.
Signature Experiences are a specialty of Imanta. From world-class hiking, to spectacular cliffside dinners, to ancient
Temazcal rituals, there is an abundance of memory creating opportunities within the property.
Butler service is provided through the Guest Experience department, which handles and anticipates every request along with making the best recommendations to provide personalized service to each guest.
Imanta is located 45 minutes north of the Puerto Vallarta International Airport. 10 minutes from Punta de Mita and 15 minutes from Sayulita, with easy access to numerous restaurants and local activities.