From world-renowned architects Manolo Mestre and Juan Collignon comes Casa Majani. Their holistic approach to architecture pays homage to the natural while incorporating the contemporary.
As premiere eco-sensitive designers, both Mestre and Collignon embrace native simplicity and warmth of color to complement modern convenience, providing an alluring and meditative experience.
A network of pathways through expansive reflection pools connects each unique structure, creating the illusion that Casa Majani is suspended over the powerful Pacific.
Casa Majani is situated on the northern most tip of the Punta Mita peninsula, 40 minutes north of the Puerto Vallarta airport.
Palapa and Main Dining
At the center of Casa Majani stands the grand palapa. Nested beneath a palm-thatched roof, sits an almost ethereal living and dining terrace. Steadfast ocean breezes and sun-bathed terraces bless this marriage of nature and nurture. Striking ocean vistas surrounds all points in Casa Majani’s central gathering area. A sustainable tropical wood dining table, created by local craftsmen for 12, provides an unmatched vantage point for the surf and sunsets.