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The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort has two main bar options if you’re interested in grabbing a drink. There’s the Altamira lobby bar, which provides an assortment of tequilas, house cocktails such as the Mita Mary (The St. Regis Punta Mita’s own spin on the Bloody Mary) and champagne. The best time to come for a glass of bubbly is during the evening champagne ritual at sunset, when a bottle is sliced open with a saber sword. You can also snag a drink at the property’s signature restaurant, Carolina (named after Caroline Astor, the mother of St. Regis founder John Jacob Astor IV). The chic bar area has mahogany furnishings, white woods, a couch, armchairs and unique wall accents such as feathered headdresses. For scenery, try the alfresco Las Marietas restaurant and bar, where you can enjoy the Pacific Ocean vistas in addition to the resort’s monthly drink. We tried the Red Sea, which is a refreshing combination of strawberries, rosemary, vodka, soda water and lime juice. You can also order margaritas, daiquiris, the Mita Mary and more. Cocktails are also served at Sea Breeze restaurant and bar, and at Areca, the luxury hotel’s adult pool area.