This group of spacious suites offers luxurious accommodations and a range of special features. Inside, guests experience the lavish furnishings of Mexican and European artwork and antiques. All six royal suites boast private terraces to enjoy views of the Banderas Bay. Many royal suites include private Jacuzzis and roomy indoor and outdoor sitting areas.
This large suite has an unbeatable view from the room and the private sitting area, which is positioned under a large palapa with its own bar. The canopied queen size bed overlooks the ocean-facing window. The full-size Mexican painting of the Immaculate Virgin is in its original frame, circa 1880. Hanging in a corner is a gold-leaf wooden Venetian chandelier with candles from the mid 1800’s. The nightstand, next to the bathroom door, was originally owned by Luther Burbank.
This accommodating suite has two balconies, a private terrace, king size bed and grand ocean and city views. Enter through the arched opening of the private passageway and observe a Peruvian painting of San Miguel, circa 1910. Inside the suite is a large English armoire from the early 1900’s. The 17th century Mexican painting in the room is of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, or Our Lady of the Rosary, who was the patron saint of the Franciscan Missions in the Americas. On the night stand to the left of the bed is a small, dressed, hand-carved, polychrome Mexican statue of the Virgin Purisima, circa 1780. On the wall at either side of the bed are English 19th century wall sconces.