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.
76 suites in a residential neighborhood set back from the busy streets of Mexico’s second-largest city.
Room to Book: Grand class suites are spacious and have Jacuzzi tubs in large bathrooms.
Doubles from $214.
The hotel's spartan-but-chic suites, many in two-story, thatched-roof units, are clean and elegant, with rustic furnishings made of tropical woods.
Old Town's first seaside boutique hotel was built by Conchita Valades de Boccard in 2007 on the site of a 1940's nightclub frequented by John Wayne and Ernest Hamingway.
Colonial art decorates the secret patios and nooks of this romantic 19-suite hotel.
This boutique hotel, part of the Grupo Habita hospitality group, features a sea blue motif befitting its beachfront setting in Playa del Carmen. The hotel’s 15 rooms span two stories and feature claw-foot bathtubs and balconies.
Behind a stark urban façade, another world unwinds in slow motion, reminiscent of a scene from the Swiss Family Robinson: wood-and-thatch dwellings, screened by banana trees, form a quadrangle crisscrossed by rustic stairs and wood-railed balcony porches.
Among the most family-friendly resorts in the Hotel Zone, the CasaMagna Marriott Cancún has a well-organized kids’ club, an extensive stretch of beach, and a children’s menu at almost every restaurant.
A German immigrant built the hacienda (estate) in 1890, but more than a century later it opened as a coral-walled hotel—emulating the feel of a countryside home. Outside, the all-suite hotel sits amidst formal manicured gardens, fountains, and a coffee plantation.
Along a stretch of Mexico’s Mayan Riviera surf, the six-room resort resembles a whimsical sandcastle. Facing a freshwater lagoon, these pyramid-style stone edifices have a wooden bridge connecting the third-floor suites.
A 1,200-acre private island off the Manzanillo coast is the setting for this expansive, Spanish-tile-roofed hotel.