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  >  Secrets Resorts   >  Secrets Bahia Mita & Dreams Bahia Mita opening on Aug 1.

AMResorts continues to conquer the Mexican Pacific with the announcement of the opening of the Secrets Bahia Mita Surf & Spa Resort and Dreams Bahia Mita Surf & Spa Resort properties that are located in Riviera Nayarit, the destination where the Apple Leisure Group resort chain lands for the first time.

Gonzalo del Peón, President of AMResorts, said that both hotels that opened their doors on August 1, will be located in an exclusive area of ​​Nayarit, very close to Punta Mita, on the golden sand beaches of Bahía de Banderas.

The opening of these properties supports AMResorts‘ unwavering commitment to Mexico and its commitment to participate in projects that benefit the communities surrounding each property.

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Secrets Bahia Mita Surf & Spa Resort will have 278 suites with ocean views, modern and contemporary decor, marble floors, and gardens. This adults-only property will also offer our Unlimited-Luxury concept with other services that include: two infinity pools, three a la carte restaurants, an international buffet, a cafe, and a grill, as well as 7 bars, a spa, and more than a thousand square meters of meeting areas, including a convention center with capacity for up to a thousand people and divisible rooms, to name a few.

For its part, Dreams Bahia Mita Surf & Spa Resort will have 363 luxurious rooms and suites with balconies and terraces overlooking the Bay of Banderas or the Sierra Madre mountain range. The hotel will also offer the Unlimited-Luxury concept with amenities that include: Pool and beach waiter service, 24-hour room service, and a minibar restocked daily. The hotel is Eco-friendly and was developed by the Mexican architect Sordo Madaleno.

It should be noted that both resorts are the only ones in Mexico that will have seismic isolators, one of the highest technology tools to reduce the effects caused by earthquakes.

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