Hotels in Mexico
Forming a horseshoe-shaped enclave surrounding its four pools just off the Caribbean Sea, the all-inclusive Dreams Riviera Cancún brings a feeling of close-knit tranquility (and zero fuss) to its prime location on the Riviera Maya.
Agency: Earth, Sea & Sky Vacations
Specializing in vacations in and around Los Cabos, the company organizes private-jet charters to Cabo; arranges in-villa yoga and Pilates classes; and hires babysitters or coordinates kid-friendly activities on nearby beaches.
The city’s most elegantly modern hotel occupies the first 15 floors of a Cesar Pelli–designed building on Paseo de la Reforma. Rooms are large and plush (Yabu Pushelberg again), but the real showstopper is the panoramic view from the spa and fitness center.
Hacienda Sepúlveda, a boutique hotel fashioned from buildings constructed in 1684, is well-suited for active travelers in search of unexpected escapes.
Azul Beach Resort knows just how to appeal to first-time all-inclusive guests. The resort has just 97 guest rooms, each featuring a patio or balcony, in low-rise adobe buildings clustered along the water's edge.
As the Riviera Maya’s first environmentally conscious golf-and-spa complex, the Fairmont Mayakoba is an eco-friendly alternative to the monolithic resorts clustered along the Caribbean coast of the Yucatán Peninsula.
The grand dame of San Miguel's ever-expanding collection of luxury hotels, Casa de Sierra Nevada (made up of six Spanish-colonial mansions) exudes colonial charm and laid-back stylishness.
This property has closed.
Few hotels along Mexico’s Mayan Riviera are as private and intimate as Le Reve Hotel and Spa. This adults-only seaside escape (perfect for honeymoons or frustrated urbanites) features 25 luxury suites—some garden-facing, others with sea views.