Puerto Vallarta’s hotel landscape is looking even more fab today as the adults-only Hotel Mousai swings open the doors to its South Tower. The second tower adds 72 suites (for a total of 145 accommodations), three restaurants, and a rooftop beach club with infinity pool.

“I am thrilled to lead the further expansion of TAFER’s award-winning luxury portfolio with the opening of Hotel Mousai’s South Tower,” commented Sasa Milojevic, COO for TAFER Hotels & Resorts, in a press release statement. “This is an extremely exciting time to be a part of a growing hospitality brand that will ultimately provide more options to elevate our guest’s vacation experiences throughout Mexico’s premiere destinations.”

Bird’s-eye view of the South Tower.

The Hotel Mousai’s South Tower suites are complete with large sliding glass doors that lead to expansive terraces with Jacuzzis and hammocks. Suites also feature king size beds and are available with connecting doors to form Two-Bedroom Suites for larger groups traveling together. The Corner Suites are equipped with wraparound terraces allotting for unobstructed views of either the ocean or the jungle. Lastly, the Ultra Suites, located on the upper floors of the resort, come with complimentary butler service, complimentary access to the healing hydrotherapy circuit at Spa Imagine, and a custom pillow and aromatherapy menu.

Penthouse Suite balcony.

The South Tower also offers penthouse suites with floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the entirety of the space. In-room amenities include a premium bar, in-suite breakfast, butler service, welcome amenities and more. For fitness enthusiasts, the South Tower also has its own gym, complete with the latest fitness machines, free weights, a yoga room, showers, lockers, and beautiful views.

The South Tower’s three new restaurants are DAO, NOI, and the Rooftop Restaurant and Bar. DAO Contemporary Chinese Cuisine is a modern, elevated Chinese restaurant, located on the bridge between the two Mousai towers, while NOI is an Italian eatery offering fresh pastas, pizzas, and more from an open-air kitchen, where guests can watch their meal being prepared. Lastly, the Rooftop Restaurant and Bar, offerings 360-degree views of Banderas Bay, is the perfect vantage point for watching the sunset and enjoying hand-crafted specialty cocktails.

Rooftop Restaurant and Bar.

Hotel Mousai guests can also take advantage of the newly introduced TierraLuna Village—an open-air shopping and entertainment concept where art, gastronomy and culture converge. TierraLuna features boutique shopping, art and crafts, cuisine and more. Located within the neighboring Garza Blanca Preserve development that is surrounded by greenery with scenic bay views, TierraLuna Village hosts a variety of events offered to both locals and visitors alike—from art walks and weekly farmers markets, to live music and cocktail hour, and more. Three new restaurants Karuma, Canu, and Kuali are also forthcoming to the development.

For more information, visit hotelmousai.com. For more of what’s new in Mexico, click here.