Distributed in three buildings separated by the patio and pool area, five spacious and luxurious bedrooms offer comfortable beds surrounded by gauzy mosquito nets, air conditioning, ceiling fans, flat-screen televisions with cable and DVD. Each room is distinctly decorated with original artworks and the bathrooms are truly delightful.
THE VILLA IS AVAILABLE AT FOUR-
OR FIVE-BEDROOMS RATES
- El Tapanco master suite
- El Árbol master suite
- El Patio master suite
- El Pueblito suite
- El Río suite
Located in the original building of Villa Leonarda—a real gem of 19th century countryside architecture—El Tapanco is a large room with adobe walls, wooden floors, and timber beams supporting a beautiful red-tile roof. These elements of construction enclose a magical atmosphere. The eclectic decoration, that includes modern artworks and furniture pieces in fine wood, create a pleasant space for relaxation and rest. Either within the room or on the adjoining terrace—the perfect place to have breakfast—find the time to read, play games, or simply have a good conversation. The room offers a king-size bed, a sofa to watch television, air conditioning, and a bathtub in the bathroom.
Comfortably located on the ground floor of the original building, adjoining the living and dining rooms, this room offers a queen-size bed surrounded by a lovely mosquito net and an unforgettable romantic atmosphere complemented by the coziness of a wood roof supported by beams. Through the shuttered windows the flavor of the town filters inside, while a small arched door opens to the spacious roofless bathroom where the plants from the patio climb in over the double height walls to create a tropical ambiance.
Located on the ground floor in the building designed by Xavier de la Torre on the banks of the Cuale River, facing the main house on the other side of the patio, this is a truly magnificent bedroom. An impressive wrought iron arch is the threshold to a delightful ambiance. The dressing area adjoining the bathroom, filled with decorative details, adds to its spaciousness and comfort. Through a lateral door, privacy becomes an open space where the social areas of the villa are an invitation to share with the rest of the group or family. The view of the pool and the red-tile patio are genuinely attractive.
Above El Obelisco, this suite with high walls where paintings by contemporary artists like Alejandro Arango, Karla Rippey, Aníbal Delgado, and Berta Kolteniuk boasts a king-size bed covered by a beautiful mosquito net exquisitely handcrafted with wood, gauze, and textiles from Oaxaca. An impressive brick arch frames the door to the stone balcony, with views to the pool and the main building. The bathroom offers a spacious dressing area and a huge tub of blue tile. On one side, a second door opens to a stairway to the main terrace, an ideal place to get a great tan during the day, enjoy gorgeous sunsets, or watch the stars during the night.
Casa Amarilla, Xavier de la Torre’s first property in the Villa Leonarda complex, houses El Río. This suite with its charming red-tile gable roof and its bathtub located in an open patio is the typical example of the Vallarta lifestyle. The windows and enveloping terrace offer delightful views of the river, its island, and the mountains for a memorable experience filled with the sound of the water and the singing of the birds. The Casa Amarilla adjoining the main building was designed by architect Fernando Romero, creator of the Vallarta Style of architecture.