Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada

Riviera Nayarit Collection
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Sprawling tropical oasis and personal vacation home of renowned interior designer Summer Thornton.

Starting at
$3,400 USD/night
Seasonal rates may apply
10 guests · 7 beds · 5 bedrooms · 6 bathrooms

Casa Rosada is a 6,000 square foot tropical oasis including five bedrooms, five full baths, two half baths, a private heated infinity pool, a hot tub, and a concierge team to help plan your trip from start to finish.

Situated on the Pacific Ocean, this one-of-a-kind masterpiece was designed by internationally renowned interior designer, Summer Thornton, as her personal vacation home. Set in Sayulita Mexico, a pueblo magico, the town is full of life and culture, plus has 345 days of sunshine & near perfect temperatures year-round.

While no two rooms are the same, they all offer something special. With outdoor soaking tubs, private gardens, ensuite bathrooms, private balconies & remarkable sunset views, every bedroom feels like the primary suite. Gracious living space allows for larger gatherings, with indoor dining for 14, and a rooftop terrace that can accommodate seated dinners for up to 40 as well as smaller cozy spaces for sneaking away including an art studio loft.

The home comfortably sleeps 10 adults with double occupancy, or can accommodate a maximum of 14 total guests for families with small children with the use of cribs and cots. There is a 4 night minimum on reservations.

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