10 Photos That Will Make You Drop Everything and Plan a Trip to the Newest W Resort in Mexico

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The “W” in W Punta Mita stands for wow. Well, not really, but after looking at these pictures, that’s the one word that comes to mind.

You can go see for yourself, too, with this 40%-off deal exclusively for Travelzoo members. The best part? It comes with access to the Away Spa, a 20% discount on massages and treatments, welcome drinks, and an upsell for an ultra-plush oceanfront suite with a private plunge pool.

1. Want to get away from it all? There’s nothing but jungle and beach surrounding the property.


2. Even the rooms feel like secluded bungalows.


3. Ceviche tastes freshest when eaten from a truck on the beach just steps from the ocean.


4. Looking for a room? How about a mini house instead?


5. Now that’s what you call a pool.


6. The neon green bikes are yours for the taking. Or, if exercise is forbidden on your vacation, the tuk-tuk service is free of charge, too.


7. If you forget you’re in Mexico, the inspired room decor will remind you, along with the ocean view.


8. No detail is too small. Just look at the mosaic “sunway” stretching all the way from the welcome desk.


9. Resort and art museum all in one. You’ll spot vibrant Huichol artwork throughout the property.


10. The best part about staying in a secluded enclave: little to no beach traffic.


Travelzoo’s deal at the 4.5-star W Punta Mita saves $400 on stays through December. Choose from three- to five-night packages in either a jungle or ocean view room, starting from $599 for two people. Or, upgrade to an oceanfront suite with a private plunge pool. Each package includes a 20% discount on spa treatments, welcome drinks, bike rentals and complimentary wifi and parking. Click here to learn more and book.

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  • Andrew Boddie

    Doesn’t appear all inclusive, which makes this “deal” ridiculously expensive.