• 2015 World's Best
World's Top 50 Hotels 2015
  • 2015 World's Best

World's Top 50 Hotels 2015

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Courtesy of Four Seasons

Ranking the best hotels in the world is no small feat. That's why, for 20 years in a row, we've put the task to our readers. Whether you're seeking a luxe, European palace or a cozy coastal retreat a bit closer to home, this is the list to consult.

No. 50 Four Seasons Resort, Punta Mita, Mexico

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Score: 93.54

As the first luxury resort to appear on Punta Mita, this property has set the standard for indulgence in quintessential Four Seasons style. The premier Punta Mita retreat snagged the choicest stretch of Bahía de Banderas, and many casitas offer ocean panoramas. If the Pacific isn’t enough, guests can choose between five pools, including a heated infinity option and a series of small plunge pools. Many familiar names appear throughout the property, including a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and a seafood-focused restaurant by Richard Sandoval. The resort’s biggest draw is its tropical waters—ideal for whale watching, snorkeling, diving, and sunning on the nearby Marietas Islands.

fourseasons.com/puntamita

World's Top 50 Hotels 2015

No. 50 Four Seasons Resort, Punta Mita, Mexico

Score: 93.54

As the first luxury resort to appear on Punta Mita, this property has set the standard for indulgence in quintessential Four Seasons style. The premier Punta Mita retreat snagged the choicest stretch of Bahía de Banderas, and many casitas offer ocean panoramas. If the Pacific isn’t enough, guests can choose between five pools, including a heated infinity option and a series of small plunge pools. Many familiar names appear throughout the property, including a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and a seafood-focused restaurant by Richard Sandoval. The resort’s biggest draw is its tropical waters—ideal for whale watching, snorkeling, diving, and sunning on the nearby Marietas Islands.

fourseasons.com/puntamita

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