Riviera Nayarit: From Suburb To World-Class Luxury Resort In 10 Years

by Maria Lisella


Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit started off as a suburb of chic and bustling Puerto Vallarta just 10 years ago.

Its hotel inventory reached 10,000 in 2007 compared to its current and still counting, 15,485 rooms. By 2019, expect to see One&Only Mandarina, the Fairmont Costa Canuva and the Rosewood Mandarina among the stellar properties. Additionally, today Riviera Nayarit boasts four AAA Five Diamond hotels, 11 AAA Four Diamond hotels, one AAA Five Diamond restaurant and six AAA Four Diamond restaurants.

With this kind of hotel power it has become a celebrity beacon attracting Christina Aguilera and Joe Jonas, Alessandra Ambrosio and Selena Gomez to its 192 miles of beaches. Share your experiences using #RivieraNayarit10 on your favorite social platforms.

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