Famed Hollywood stars of the 1960s, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton went on a quest to find the perfect hideaway from the prying eyes of the press. If their names wouldn't ring a bell, they enjoyed their most significant on-screen success starring in the movie 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'. So the couple decided to head down to Mexico, to the charming, then unknown fishing village of Puerto Vallarta. Their quest to find the ideal love nest ended with success. They named the two adjacent villas up on the cobblestone hillside Casa Kimberly.
The masterful creation made of pure love is now open for the new generation of romance seekers. Casa Kimberly was thoroughly and exquisitely renovated. The Bridge of Love (Puente Del Amor) was designed as a replica of Bridge of Sighs, carefully preserved, and connects the two villas. As a result, Casa Kimberly stands now as one of the most romantic boutique hotels in the world.
The two villas have nine suites, including Elizabeth Taylor's bedroom with pink marble, a heart-shaped bathtub, and magnificent views over Puerto Vallarta and the Pacific Ocean. This suite also comes with a large terrace, an azure-tiled pool, and a Jacuzzi. Each of the nine suites is individually designed and adorned with antiques and modern luxuries.
The on-site Mexican restaurant, Iguana, is open on three sides, offering amazing views in an upscale chandelier-lit environment. In addition, a resident tequila expert is ready to provide you with Mexico's best spirits at the petit tequila bar decorated with antique mirrors. Last but not least, there is a magical outdoor pool – take a look at the photos below! - open for all the guests.