The secluded wrap-around terrace has its own pool and Jacuzzi offering panoramic views of the sparkling waters of Banderas Bay and the majestic Sierra Madre mountains.
Legendary Love Nest
In the heart of Puerto Vallarta lies a destination that defies comparison – Casa Kimberly – a luxurious love story. The former homes of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton combine to create nine suites, a spa, pool, open-air dining, tequila bar and the preserved Puente Del Amor (Bridge of Love). Lovers, artists and adventurers are invited to fall in love again.
Casa Kimberly’s suites, including the grand and luxurious Elizabeth Taylor Suite, her personal quarters, are each uniquely designed with a mix of modern amenities and traditional Colonial style. Most rooms boast sweeping views of the Banderas Bay below, the Sierra Madre Mountains behind and the charming cityscape all around.
Indulgent baths, some with claw foot tubs, others with rain showers backed by striking tile walls under domed brick ceilings or hand-painted murals are each individually and opulently designed. Most suites also enjoy private Jacuzzi tubs discreetly set on terraces with breathtaking views.
Designed with royal tastes in mind
From the gleaming hand-turned posters of the Colonial king-size bed to the antique armoire and ornately carved sink and mirror, this is an exquisitely appointed suite.
Sweeping views of Banderas Bay and the city
Featuring a beautifully carved king-size bed, an early-19th century armoire, Oriental rugs and crystal chandeliers, and a claw-foot tub situated to take in the views.
Open design with a wrap-around terrace
Panoramic views of Puerto Vallarta, the Sierra Madres and Banderas Bay, witness to the coastal transition from sleepy sunrises to colorful sunsets and glittering evenings.
A view toward the Sierra Madre Mountains
This third-floor suite features a hand-carved king-size bed, a beautiful beamed ceiling inset with hand painted tiles, and a gorgeous antique crystal chandelier.
Stunning panoramic views of Banderas Bay
...the Sierra Madre Mountains and the red-tiled rooftops. Featuring a sculpted king-size bed with barley twist posts overlooking the terrace and scenery of this hilltop perch.
The actor’s former sitting room
With its exposed rafters, elegant king-size bed, Oriental rug and stunning antique armoire, one can imagine the Academy Award-winner choosing this as his getaway.
Named for Taylor’s 1965 movie The Sandpiper
Imagine them escaping to spend time together in this intimate suite, which opens onto Casa Kimberly’s courtyard and the lozenge-shaped pool, restored to be exactly as it was.
Named for Elizabeth Taylor’s character in Boom!
The Flora Suite is on the ground level and opens onto the hotel’s courtyard and pool—which is exactly as it was when Taylor and Burton lounged and swam there.
The food, service, and ambience was spectacular. Request a table on the veranda. The lights of Vallarta are fantastic! Loved it! Richard Burton and Liz Taylor lived here while filming Night of the Iguana.
We absolutely loved everything we ordered and our server was wonderful. The mariachi band was the best I’ve ever heard. The views of Puerto Vallerta from the open terraces were beautiful. We will definitely return.
Staying there is like being in a private home with an excellent restaurant. I like the food, the waiters and the mariachi music so much that I have returned twice to the restaurant even though I am staying elsewhere.