Hotels in Mexico
Hotels in Mexico come in many different styles. From traditional inns with classic architecture to modern hotels with unique layouts, there are many options when it comes to luxury hotels in Mexico.
Set off of the Baja peninsula is the One & Only Palmilla. The luxury Mexico hotel has 172 rooms with large windows facing the blue waters. Head to the infinity pool during the day then dress up for dinner at the hotel’s restaurant from celebrity chef Jean Georges Vongerichten.
The Four Season Hotel in downtown Mexico City is a quiet oasis from the loud city that surrounds it. The spectacular gardens on the hotel’s grounds feature tropical fruit trees, caged canary birds and outdoor dining.
This world-class hotel is the perfect place to relax after a long day of taking in all the sights. Be sure to take a long warm bath in the guestroom’s deep soaking tub.
The tranquil Las Ventanas al Paraiso is one of the best hotels in Mexico. Visitors will find that the highly attentive staff make planning the day and fetching anything that much easier. Butlers are always nearby to help with any of your needs. The rooms feature details from crafted by local artisans such as hand-carved cedar doors.
Located off the Nayarit Pacific coast of Mexico, the Costa Azul Adventure Resort in San Francisco is an all-inclusive, beachfront facility with both adventure and relaxtion opportunities on site. The 18 pastel, beachfront suites include two double beds, private balcony with ocean view, and Spanis
Crafted from a row of 17th-century houses, Hacienda Puerta Campeche brings a dose of urbane style to this historic colonial town. Most of the 15 guest rooms have 18-foot ceilings, a bathroom the size of a big-city apartment, and a sun-drenched daybed.
Set to open in late 2009, the Mayan-influenced, 17-room Rosas & Xocolate is a gustatory experience as enticing as the hotel’s name: chocolate made by the on-site chocolatier at turndown, cacao-based body treatments, a bar with more than 250 types of tequila, and an innovative restaurant servi
The Capella family of hotels and resorts is best known for its impeccable taste and personalized guest experiences. Capella Ixtapa transports these signature services to Mexico’s western coast, a region known for its dramatic Pacific coastline and rich artistic and musical culture.
Situated on a sugary beach on Mexico's Riviera Maya coast, Excellence Riviera Cancun is styled after a classic Mediterranean resort: stucco, tile, and marble (though it does have Mayan paintings on the exterior). Suites have four-poster beds, marble baths, and two-person whirlpools.
The island of Holbox (pronounced “Ole-bosh”) is a tiny spit of land off the Yucatán Peninsula, laced with sand roads. As soon as Cuban-born artist Sandra Pérez arrived, she knew she wanted to stay for good, so she created a retreat that would feel more like a residence than a formal hotel.
The infinity pool, meditation room, and thatched-roof palapas buildings give this small resort plenty of quiet, tropical touches. There are no televisions, telephones, or alarm clocks in the 10 rooms and suites.
An elevator ride up 28 floors lands you in a cool lobby of monochromatic granite, high above the haze blanketing Mexico City.
JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City is located in the upscale Polanco neighborhood, within a 15-minute walk of the financial district, Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium), and Avenida Presidente Masaryk. The 26-story hotel is divided into two towers, one steel and glass, the other concrete.
Since relaunching in 2007, Live Aqua has become the alternative all-inclusive for those who crave Cancún but loathe the razzle-dazzle.
There's first-rate fishing - teach the kids how to cast for marlin.
This eco-friendly boutique has 24 thatched-roof cabanas with thatched roofs and rustic designs that include East Asian hints such as Buddha statuettes and incense burners. Beds are draped with netting that serves the dual purpose of creating an airy feel while keeping out mosquitos.