“Your home away from home”. D’Residences is a new luxury, boutique development from renowned Architect Octavio Lopez, creator of the famed buildings D’Terrace, La Cima, Paramount Bay and Avalon Residence and Spa. Perfectly located on a gentle slope in the heart of the popular “Zona Romantica”, these extraordinary residences are designed as true homes; with ample spaces and warm, comfortable details, making way for a lifestyle that will be enjoyed by a select few. This fourth floor unit located on the mountain side of the building, will be offering privacy and beautiful city and ocean views. The incredibly spacious and elegant residences feature a gorgeous covered terrace with a private splash pool overlooking the bay and town. The amazing chef’s kitchen showcases a 12 ft. peninsula counter with bar seating and granite counters, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The comfortable bedroom suites are havens of restful relaxation with spa-style bathrooms and marble accents. Other features include elevator with direct access to unit, heated splash pool, wet bar and barbeque on the terrace, marble slab floors, indirect lighting details, separate zoned air conditioning, PVC windows and terrace doors and custom wood cabinetry throughout. Absolutely stunning in design and finishings this gorgeous property is just two blocks from famed Los Muertos beach and dozens of shops and restaurants that make this area so desirable. The common rooftop entertainment area sets a new standard of luxury entertaining options with stunning infinity-edged pool, jetted tub, bar/lounge , secluded pet “rest stop” and hi-tech surround sound system. A perfect second home, rental property or investment, this contemporary masterpiece is a must see for the most sophisticated and discerning clientele that wants a true home in the heart of zona romantica.
Sitting side by side on the hills surrounding Puerto Vallarta's southern boundary, Amapas and Conchas Chinas are upscale residential neighborhoods with both upper and lower sections, as divided by the Carr. 200 South highway