The architecture at Oasis embraces the authenticity of Vallarta’s vernacular architectural style integrating sustainable design with modern technology and resort-style amenities. Regional materials like terra-cotta tiles, local stones, white-washed walls, tropical woods combined with artisan finishes and details create the palate for its distinct architectural style. At Oasis, landscape is of great importance.

Common Areas

  • Gated community

  • CCTV

  • River front gardens

  • Infinity Pools

  • Concierge

  • Co-working zone

  • Private offices

  • Meeting room

  • Snack bar

  • Bocce Court

  • Private cabanas

  • Fitness center

  • Rooftop pool & hot tub

  • Rooftop lounge

  • Rooftop BBQ area

  • Underground parking

  • Private storages

  • Common area Wi-Fi

  • GVisitor parking

  • 10-passenger elevators


    TYPE A


  • SF

    A.C. Area=503
    Covered terrace=96

  • M2

    A.C. Area=47
    Covered terrace=9

  • TYPE B

    1 BEDROOM / 1 BATH

  • SF

    A.C. Area=710
    Covered terrace=136

  • M2

    A.C. Area=66
    Covered terrace=13

  • TYPE C

    1 BEDROOM / 1 BATH

  • SF

    A.C. Area=777
    Covered terrace=219

  • M2

    A.C. Area=72
    Covered terrace=20

  • TYPE D

    2 BEDROOM / 2 BATH

  • SF

    A.C. Area=1,006
    Covered terrace=192

  • M2

    A.C. Area=94
    Covered terrace=18

  • TYPE E

    2 BEDROOM / 2 BATH

  • SF

    A.C. Area=1,048
    Covered terrace=313

  • M2

    A.C. Area=97
    Covered terrace=29

  • TYPE F

    3 BEDROOM / 3 BATH

  • SF

    A.C. Area=1,527
    Covered terrace=234

  • M2

    A.C. Area=142
    Covered terrace=22

  • Oasis’ architecture elevates the lushness of its riverfront tropical gardens onto balconies and terraces creating a distinguished sense of green architecture throughout its facades. Oasis architecture integrates cross-ventilation design combined with orientation and shading techniques to minimize use of air conditioning in addition to water recycling and energy conservation technologies to ensure sustainable stewardship practices. All of

    Oasis units face the Cuale River with perfect orientation to the old town and the sunset on the bay of Banderas.

    Oasis is the perfect design! Buyers have the opportunity to customize their layout and interiors with options ranging from Studios to 3 Bedroom + to create a truly special living environment

  • Flooring
    • Porcelain tile 24”x16”, for interiors, terraces and bathrooms

  • Walls
    • Concrete block on exterior walls and parti-walls

  • Windows
    • 4 mm + 4 mm double pane window with laminated glass and UV protection

  • Bathrooms
    • Marble countertops in vanities
    • Showers with tempered glass doors
    • Sink vanities of Parota wood or similar
    • W.C. with "dual flush" system

  • Kitchen
    • Stainless steel kitchen hood, Teka or similar
    • Stainless steel kitchen sink Teka or similar
    • Quartz or similar counter tops with 4” base board

  • Carpentry
    • Cumaru, Parota, Rosa Morada or similar veneer wood closets with semi-gloss finish

  • Equipment
    • York, Trane or similar Mini-Split air conditioning system in Living/Dining and bedrooms
    • Rheem or similar tankless gas water heater with electric starter
    • Voice/Data outlets in main living area
    • Energy Saving LED light fixtures

  • Designed by internationally renowned Mexican architects Juan Diego Perez-Vargas and Santiago Carral, of San Francisco based firm GDS architects, Oasis captures the magic of Rio Cuale and it spellbinding location where you will build memories and rejuvenate. Each unit incorporates, excellent design, high quality craftmanship and long-lasting specifications.

    Perez-Vargas and Carral are known for their distinctive architecture inspired by nature, designing residences and resorts that are as authentic and artful as they are environmentally friendly and sustainable to their communities.

    They believe in artistic collaboration integrating diverse designers in every specialty carefully handpicked for each project.

    Oasis integrates best practices in sustainable design with contemporary Mexican architecture in harmony with the natural surroundings and its community.