Hotels in Mexico


At the 12-suite property,  it’s all about the food. Chef-owner Thierry Blouet prepares creative dishes such as crab enchiladas with smoked tomato.

New to the scene (it opened in 2008) and discernibly hip, Casa Dorada faces onto Medano Beach, and is walking distance to the shops and restaurants of Cabo San Lucas.

The property’s sandstone-colored exterior may blend in with its desert surroundings, but its 115 rooms are bold and richly colored, with dark woodfurnishings, turquoise bed throws, and black headboards.

Family-friendly beachfront tower in the heart of Cancún's hotel zone, with an unprecedented level of service for a resort of its size. A swank beachside hotel, with glittering sea views from guest rooms. The 35,000-square-foot spa is the perfect antidote to Mayan-ruin outings.

The only thing separating Villa Estancia, just north of Puerto Vallarta, from the Pacific Ocean waves is a bi-level pool lined with lounge chairs. That’s why it’s no surprise that the resort’s covetable waterfront views are the focal point of the property.

The property has 308 suites, each with a private terrace; three swimming pools; and five restaurants.

Ana y Jose, named after its founding couple, has 24 spacious rooms placed throughout the lush property, which faces a quiet, white sand beach about four miles south of the fortressed Mayan ruins of Tulum.