Editor’s Note: This stunning Sayulita villas article is for people who are traveling in groups. Though we do not encourage you to come here because of COVID, you may rent these villas in Sayulita and opt for a staycation.
Sayulita Insider, thanks for the informative posts. I am organizing a family trip (for 8-15 people) but I cannot seem to find a Sayulita villa on Airbnb that can accommodate more than 5? Is this true? I also cannot filter the searches by the number of guests. I can go researching for hours but I know you guys can recommend the best villas in town. Please help! Thank you in advance!
DELORES HESTER, USA
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Sayulita Airbnbs for groups: an overview
Since we’ve had the curfew last January 15, 2021, we’ve seen how the town is so empty as many guests prefer to stay in their Airbnbs and stay in. It was actually weird for us to walk around town and see no one in restaurants but we figured it will go back to normal when the curfew is lifted on February 5, 2021.
Staycations have become a thing because of the pandemic and honestly, we really love how people who visit Sayulita are so compliant despite our very lax COVID rules. We know it might be a little bit crazy for some to go all the way to Mexico just to stay in, but believe us, this is happening a lot in our new normal. We’ve helped a lot of tourists plan their trips here and they really don’t have intentions of going out.
Most of these Sayulita villas do not allow parties, however, if you don’t have neighbors to bother with the noise you are going to make (we can imagine even without music, traveling with groups can be loud), then we assume that it’s okay to have small parties. Just ask your host about the house rules. They’re usually very relaxed and they know their neighbors better.
Here are the most stunning Sayulita villas that we recommend. Get in touch with us if you want us to plan your group trip!
This open-air villa has lots of common areas (such as patio and alfresco dining areas). It really is spacious and is ideal for groups of 8. Now, there are only 4 bedrooms so it’s ideal for couples and friends who are willing to share bedrooms.
Located in Calle Miramar, which is on the northside of Sayulita, this street has access to restaurants, bars, and the beautiful less-crowded north beach! It’s about a 10-minute walk to the Sayulita plaza. Prices start at $451 per night so if you split that by 8 people, that’s $57 USD each per night.
This modern pool home is one of our favorites because of its rustic design. But first, understand the sleeping arrangement: The Master bedroom has a king bed (good for couples). Bedroom 1 has 2 queen beds and bedroom 3 has 2 single beds.
It’s right by Punta de Mita highway which is about a 10-minute walk to the town’s center. Priced at $400 USD per night, each member of your group only needs to contribute $66 USD per night.
This 6-bedroom villa has a patio overlooking the ocean and is very spacious. The design is very Mexican (see the thick concrete walls and the Mexican color pop) with a mix of modern furnishings. What we love about this vacation home is the outdoor and indoor spaces at the same time. Take a look at the pics and you’ll understand!
This is about a 7-minute walk to the town’s center so you don’t need to worry about going back home after a night out. It’s located in a very Mexican community, too but this villa is gated and guarantees privacy. Prices start at $401 USD per night for 11 pax.
What we love the most about this property is you can have a great view of the Sayulita’s beach and observe local life from a distance. Though this is not a beachfront property, we feel like seeing the whole town from its rooftop terrace is the best selling point of this vacation home. We really love the breeze and views up here!
Both bedrooms have king beds and extra single beds. This is just a 5-minute walk to Sayulita’s plaza but if you’re not good with uphill climbs, you might need to rent a golf cart. Prices start at $476 USD per night (for the whole villa!)
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For those who are looking for Airbnbs in Sayulita in front of the beach, this is the best option! The north beach of town is super secluded and people don’t go there often (for us locals, it’s quite far). But we love spending our staff picnics there since it’s always almost empty compared to the south side of town.
This entire house is a real house and has a very traditional Mexican interior. All rooms have king beds and sofa beds. Prices start at $700 USD per night. It’s a 15-minute walk to the town’s center but has restaurants and bars nearby.
This oceanview villa can accommodate 16 people and it’s our favorite staff quarantine vacation spot. All 7 bedrooms have king beds and you can see the ocean from the poolside. It’s our favorite pool in Sayulita! Your group might need to rent a golf cart if you rent this property – it’s an uphill climb but we find that as a great way of effortless exercise. It really isn’t that bad!
Located in the northside of town, you will enter jungles on your way here but be mindful as it can be dark at night. Don’t worry, Sayulita is safe. No one will harm you even if you get home from the crazy nightlife at 3:00 am. We just want to say that some streets in our town are not well-lit and this is one of them.
Modern meets rustic above a secluded coastline. This property is quite a drive (or walk) from town as it is deep in the jungles. We’ve been here personally and we really love the views of this villa! Our favorite part is the open layout with large glass doors that has a great oceanview.
This is priced at $6,000 USD per night (ouch) and is located inside a beach club in the jungle. There are enough outdoor living spaces for your group’s barbeque and pool parties.