Conrad Punta de Mita: the Perfect Family-Friendly Summer Destination

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With sun-kissed beaches, a tropical climate, and an average of 345 days of sunshine per year, there is no better place to unwind this summer than at Conrad Punta de Mita. A luxury resort in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, 10 miles north of Puerto Vallarta, is the ultimate vacation spot. Located along two miles of exclusive beach, this pet-friendly, tropical resort is ideal for families; Conrad Punta de Mita features three swimming pools (including a family pool), a kids club, a game room, and plenty of activities. Keep reading to find out why Conrad Punta de Mita is the family-fun destination of the summer, and get ready to pack your bags! Family-Friendly Mexico Resort

Entertainment Galore

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Credit: Conrad Punta de Mita

Credit: Conrad Punta de Mita


When the little ones aren’t digging in the sand, splashing in the water, or building sandcastles, they can unleash their creative side in the staffed Kids Club, where adventure awaits! Plenty of activities, arts and crafts, books, toys, and games will keep them entertained. The Game Room is full of fun and challenging activities for older kids—and kids at heart—including billiards, air hockey, ping-pong, foosball, shuffleboard, as well as video and board games. And if parents need a little quiet time or perhaps want to enjoy the adults-only swim-up bar, babysitting services are available. 

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Splish, Splash

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Credit: Conrad Punta de Mita

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Make memories your family will cherish on the waterslide in the family pool. Be a kid again and have uninhibited fun playing Marco Polo, freeze tag or Simon Says, or take the tiniest ones to the Splash Pad. Paleta, located next to the family pool, is the prime lunch spot for families to grab a midday bite. In addition to a kids’ menu that offers familiar fare, everyone can enjoy seafood, salads, pizzas, tacos, hamburgers, and hot dogs. Order a refreshing Paloma or Michelada from one of the pool butlers and a refreshing mocktail for the kiddos.

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