Top 5 Boutique Hotels In Sayulita, Mexico!

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Sayulita, Mexico is one of the cutest, upbeat towns I’ve ever visited. No wonder so many people are flocking there. Fun surf breaks, great beaches, tasty food, nice hotels. When it comes to hotels in Sayulita, you can stay right around the Sayulita Town Square, or on the side streets off the main square, or up on one of the hills, like Nanzal or Gringo Hill. All depends on what kind of vibe you’re wanting. No matter where I’m traveling, I prefer to be in the thick of things, able to walk outside and surrounded by everything a town has to offer. However, in Sayulita, it can get quite loud at night so I personally prefer staying just far enough away from the busiest areas. Here’s my list of my favorite boutique hotels in Sayulita Mexico: 

Casitas Sayulita

sabrina must casitas sayulitaCasitas Sayulita is family-owned and operated with ocean-view units on Nanzal Hill. The hike up isn’t long but it is steep, so be mindful of that. BUT, it’s worth it! The view is the best I had during my 2 weeks in Sayulita! Super romantic, super peaceful. Plus, the family is so accommodating and lovely. No A/C though, just a heads up! [Read about celebrating the unknown while traveling and staying at Casitas Sayulita here.]

Hotelito Los Suenos

sabrina must hotelito los suenos Hotelito Los Suenos is immaculately clean and is on the north side of town, a 10-minute walk from the town center, so it’s very quiet at night. Be sure to get a room in the newer side on the 3rd floor with a balcony facing the ocean. Note: Not typically dog friendly; they made an exception for Monkey. [Read about Staying Healthy While Traveling here.]

El Pueblito de Sayulita sabrina must el pueblito de sayulita hotel

Just as their slogan invites, El Pueblito de Sayulita is a hotel where you can “Live The Mexican Experience!” A few blocks from town center, this newly opened (as of November 2017) boutique hotel has all the amenities and services you’d want: a pool, hot tub, parking (which, if you have a rental, is clutch in busy Sayulita!), sky bar, and restaurant overseen by a Mexican-renowned chef. As the staff and management would say, El Pueblito is “very Mexican”: Mexi colors, Mexi decorations, Mexi traditions. Coming home to your room here after a busy, dust-ridden day around Sayulita is very nice! (Note: Not pet friendly.)

Sayulita Beach House

Directly on the beach, in front of the Sayulita surf break, sits Sayulita Beach House. You can’t beat this spot for its convenience and scenery. However, note that the accommodations can be a bit rustic, since the hotel is a bit old and the sand and ocean air has done some wear and tear. Definitely make sure you are on the second-level bungalow overlooking the ocean. Best view, most airy, beds are comfortable, sheets are clean. Dog friendly, but charges a 50 Pesos a day pet fee. [Read about Surfing Sayulita here.]

Villa Amor Sayulita

villa amor sayulitaVilla Amor Sayulita is a compilation of 26 condo units that are rented out, in large part, by one management company. Each unit is slightly different than the other. I recommend the hotel based on its amazing location–right on the beach and a few short blocks from town. It’s peacefulness and private. People walk by on the way to Los Muertos Beach, but otherwise it’s decently exclusive. Very dog friendly. [Read about retirement in Sayulita here.] Note: There were soooo many other amazing Sayulita Mexico hotels. I met handfuls of travelers renting multi-room homes with pools, others renting private bedrooms off AirBnb, and more. My first night in Sayulita was a disaster because my AirBnb had no running water, forcing me to shower with freezing bottled water I bought at the corner store, so I personally would go the hotel route if I was you!

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  • David from travelscams.org
    Posted at 19:21h, 18 August Reply

    Great article, thanks for the tips! Home to the most number of UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Americas, Mexico is a joy to visit. However, there are numerous tourist targeted scams to be wary of.

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    • Sabrina
      Posted at 22:48h, 29 October Reply

      Thanks for adding that, David! Helpful!

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