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PETIT HOTEL D’HAFA This 6-room boutique hotel was founded by Christophe and Marina Mignot. The couple is tantamount to Sayulita royalty with family spread through the Caribbean, Europe and North Africa. Their name has become synonymous with the ‘gypset’ lifestyle. The hotel is located in the heart of town and is just a few minutes walk from the beach. The interior is furnished with hanging lanterns, decorative Moroccan accents, rattan furniture and eclectic Mexican artwork, a reflection of the couple’s travelling lifestyle. Sip complimentary tequila from the Nayarit region and watch the sun set on the rooftop lounge. Rooms from $50 per night ADDRESS: 55 Avenue Revolucion, Sayulita, +52 329 291 3806

VILLA AMOR A little off the beaten track, this mini resort, built in traditional Mexican palapas architecture, is nestled in the jungle hillsides of Sayulita. Rooms and suites are decorated in a traditional Mexican style, save a few tongue in cheek touches. The rooms range from spacious studios to grand villas, making this an ideal place for wedding parties and large groups. With a spa, cinema and restaurant on site, your every need is catered to. The jet-set’s way of doing hippie-chic. Rooms from $155 USD per night ADDRESS: Camino a Playa los Muertos S/N, Sayulita, +52 329 291 3091

HOTEL KUPURI Hotel Kupuri (meaning ‘soul’) is located in the heart of downtown Sayulita, just steps away from the beach. There’s definitely something spiritual about this palapas-style 20-room hotel; here you can take in the incredible views of the Sayulita coastline and relax in zen rooms with Huichol textiles. It’s a true haven for weary travellers – there’s even a spa on-site – but it’s not the best for those looking for some peace and quiet. Rooms from $130 USD per night ADDRESS: Gaviotas 12, Sayulita, +52 329 291 3218

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