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.
Set on the tip of Mexico's Baja peninsula, One&Only Palmilla is luxury at its finest. First, there's the emphasis on individual service that makes this big resort feel like a boutique hotel (guests are called by name, for example).
A three-story charmer blooms in the thick of the Fifth Avenue street party. This vine-draped hotel hits all the comfort notes—television, central air, terrific water pressure, concierge service—for an excellent price, and serves up style to boot.
This all-inclusive hotel on the southern tip of Baja is ideal for design aficionados looking for a quiet escape at a great value.
Live the life of a refined beach bum at this wellness-focused Baja Peninsula resort, owned by an American former CEO who traded the corporate world for a simpler life by the surf. Most of the 27 suites face the water, and shaded daybeds, swimming pools, and mangrove trees dot the grounds.
During the late 19th century, Mazatlán was a playground for well-traveled artists and aristocrats. Today their Neoclassical mansions are being transformed into stylish cafés, galleries, and hotels.
Hotel Habita spurned a renaissance in modern boutique hotels when it opened in the Polanco district in 2000. Even today, Habita’s eerie cube shape and opaque glass walls fascinates the designed-minded international traveler.
Wellness is so integral to this 14-acre Riviera Maya property that its signature Endless Privileges experience includes Hydrothalasso pool and cold plunge access, anti-aging diagnostics, in-room massages, and wellness consultations.
Live like colonial gentry at Casa Velas, a small adults-only, all-suite boutique hotel in Puerta Vallarta.
Years of environmental study preceded the 2008 opening of this all-inclusive resort, which occupies 326 acres of privately owned, painstakingly protected rainforest.
A cooperative of eight villages located in the forested Sierra Norte region outside of Oaxaca. Reserve accommodations and guide services through their Oaxaca office.
Urban Modernists have another reason to visit San Miguel de Allende: the five-room Dos Casas.
Set at the very tip of the Baja Peninsula, just a few miles from Cabo San Lucas, Esperanza comands views of both the Sea of Cortez and Punta Ballena (“Whale Point,” past which humpbacks migrate in winter).
From the outside, it doesn't look like much: a weathered brick-and-adobe hacienda hidden down a dusty unpaved side street in Todos Santos, a little beach town 90 minutes north of Los Cabos.