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Boutique Hotels In Sayulita, Mexico

Amber
Published Nov 28, 2018

Boutique hotels can be found throughout the world and they give guests a stylish alternative to a standard hotel room decorated with a generic painting of a flower on plain white walls. These hotels tend to be colorful, feature rich textures and often offer fewer rooms, lending them a feel of exclusivity. More times than not, rooms are decorated on an individual basis, promising you a unique experience each time you stay. So if you have a trip planned to Sayulita, go for something different and ditch the boring white walls! Check out these listings for boutique hotels in the Sayulita area and get ready for an out of the ordinary hotel experience.

1. Anjali Casa Divina (from USD 132)

The beautifully designed rooms of this hotel will leave you hard to impress in any of your future getaways. A subtle color scheme can be found in each of the rooms which are accentuated by luxurious furnishings and countertops. All suites have a private bathroom and a fully equipped kitchenette as well as an ocean or garden view. A continental breakfast is served daily and as a guest, you can book yoga and surf lessons at an additional cost.

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2. Casa 7 Lunas (from USD 216)

You will love the cabana feel that the suites here have, all while maintaining modern amenities. The high, thatched roofs lend a fun feel to the property and are nothing if not memorable. All rooms have an ocean view from their elevated position, giving you an authentic, beach-dwelling experience during your stay. Wooden finishing throughout the property completes the overall theme. You’ll also find an elevated outdoor pool surrounded by comfortable lounge furniture, complete with a beautiful ocean view.

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3. MBoutique Hotel Sayulita (from USD 27)

The air-conditioned suites at MBoutique are like a home away from home, all of which are designed to have large, accommodating living spaces and modern fully equipped kitchens. Inside, you’ll find lovely tiled floors and color schemes that are native to the area. Some rooms feature views of the forested hills and a balcony to enjoy the view from. Luxuriously styled bathrooms are en-suite to all rooms, and free toiletries are included. A covered hot tub is available for guests’ use alongside lounge chairs overlooking the mountains.

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4. Bellavista Sayulita Boutique Hotel (from USD 44)

The rooms at this hotel have been designed to give you all the amenities you might have at home while still being away on vacation. Wooden finishes can be found throughout the rooms and property, giving the rooms a homey feel. Varying decorative touches can be found in the rooms, with colorful, painted beach scenes hung above the beds, and vases of flowers or potted plants thoughtfully placed on end tables and beside TV stands. Many rooms feature a view of the ocean - be sure to book one for the best experience!

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More unique hotels in Sayulita

While the following hotels aren’t, by definition, “boutique hotels”, they are small, unique and should be considered when planning your trip to Sayulita.

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5. Villas Amalia Hotel (from USD 100)

The eclectic style of light fixtures and wall art definitely stands out at this hotel with their artsy, unique vibes. Take a seat and relax in one of the half enclosed lounge chairs in one of the hotel’s open-air common areas and be sure to check out the colorful fish that make up the backdrop of the outdoor pool. The rooms here are spacious and they all include kitchenettes and private bathrooms as well as a balcony. Guests of the hotel can also rent one of several golf carts for easy trips into town.

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6. Hotel Vogue (from USD 160)

Each of the rooms at Hotel Vogue is uniquely decorated in rich, vibrant colors and a fun blend of textures - many walls and furnishings are left in a rough state that adds character and depth to each surface. Colorful artworks adorn the walls in each suite while the bathrooms are all styled with unique fixtures. Some rooms even feature stained glass windows for a fun touch! Each suite here is comfortably spacious and it comes equipped with a kitchenette and a view of the garden, all while being only 50 feet (15 meters) from Sayulita Beach. Be sure to visit the swimming pool during your stay and perhaps pamper yourself with a spa treatment.

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7. Hotel Peix Sayulita (from USD 138)

This small hotel sits on the beach and it has more than enough charm for you to fall in love with. You’ll find vibrant colors throughout the hotel, from each of the rooms to the restaurant and bar area. The rooms here feature either a beach or garden view and are decorated with plenty of texture and thoughtful touches. The on-site restaurant serves up both local and Texmex cuisine and it is a great place to hang out at the end of the day with a cold drink in hand. If you plan on visiting as part of a couple’s getaway, you’ll want to know that couples have previously rated this hotel at an outstanding 9.9. Be sure to check it out!

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8. Casitas del Mar

This hotel is comprised of a series of villas located only a few minutes from the beach. Each villa features both an ocean and jungle view, giving you the best of both worlds. The suites are all styled individually with unique color schemes and fun lighting fixtures in addition to lovely high ceilings. Be sure to enjoy the swimming pool located between the villas and stop by to say hello to the resident tortoises.

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9. Hotel Boutique OZ Sayulita (from USD 132)

The rooms at this hotel keep the beach town theme going strong. You’ll find the artworks in the rooms cover a variety of beach related topics, including big, blue waves. High ceilings have wooden sections that mimic the walls of a hut, which you might encounter at the beach, while the rugs all stand out in beach patterns that brighten the room. The furniture brings the feel of the beach to the room, all with varying styles of worked wood.

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Book your boutique hotel room today

After checking out these wonderfully unique hotels, you couldn’t possibly want to stay anywhere else. These boutique hotels have it all: character, charm and comfortable accommodations. Stay in style when you head off to Sayulita at one of these awesome boutique hotels.

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Amber has enjoyed being an office manager at a geotechnical engineering firm for seven years and has a Bachelor's degree from Tarleton State University in Marketing. When not working or wrangling...Read more

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