A brilliant new jewel in Puerto Vallarta

Announced this week, Sapphire, Puerto Vallarta’s newest beach club will open in November on Los Muertos beach. This will usher in a new level of casual sophistication to Puerto Vallarta’s beach scene.
Situated steps from downtown’s Sapphire Ocean Club features a swimming pool, comfortable lounge chairs and cabañas, towel service, drink service, and fabulous breakfast and lunch menus from their internationally experienced chef.
Whether soaking up the sun or playing with the available water toys a day at Sapphire will be a great way to experience Puerto Vallarta’s most popular beach.
Sapphire Bistrot Local offers dinner guests the ambience of the tropics while dining on Mediterranean specialties that blend the best of European style with the freshest local ingredients.
Enjoy the ocean front sunsets while savoring grilled meats and fish and sipping one of the many wines from their extensive list.
Sapphire Lounge will provide guests with an always cool evening oasis compliments of the hottest DJ’s and/or the best live music. Enjoy the view and their specialty cocktails.
Host Michel Pascal Ferrari has combined the sophistication of his native Switzerland with the welcoming warmth of his adopted Mexico to create a unique space to relax, savor and sip.
Ferrari has been a fixture on the Vallarta hospitality scene since arriving 6 years ago and opening Restaurant Michel’s, Olas Altas Suites and Lido Beach Club, the latter which will be the new home of Sapphire.
“While Lido was a great beach club, I wanted to create a unique ocean front hospitality experience that provides a comfortable chic vibe both day and night”, said Ferrari.


  1. With all the new resort hotels and clubs opening in Puerto Vallarta, the expansions at the airport and additional space at the marina to accommodate more cruise ships, the road from the airport to the Los Muertos Beach has not been expanded except for upgrading from a puddle filled dirt road to a locked brick road with the addition of stop lights. Since this road has become like the strip in Las Vegas with the high rise resort buildings and casinos on either side, the resulting traffic has become like those in many cities north of the border.

    What is happening to our once sleepy fishing village?

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