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Andaz Peninsula Papagayo

Guadelajara, MexicoMap

Beach vacations too often involve all-inclusive monstrosities and inebriated spring-breakers—but not on Costa Rica’s Peninsula Papagayo. Back in the 1980s, the Costa Rican government set strict regulations for the enclave—only 30 percent of the land could be developed, with a maximum building height of 50 feet. The result is a 23-mile stretch of untouched coastline that plays host to the 153-key Andaz, visible from the beach as a sprawling series of wooden lodges. Local architect...

Beach vacations too often involve all-inclusive monstrosities and inebriated spring-breakers—but not on Costa Rica’s Peninsula Papagayo. Back in the 1980s, the Costa Rican government set strict regulations for the enclave—only 30 percent of the land could be developed, with a maximum building height of 50...

Beach vacations too often involve all-inclusive monstrosities and inebriated spring-breakers—but not on Costa Rica’s Peninsula Papagayo. Back in the 1980s, the Costa Rican government set strict regulations for the enclave—only 30 percent of the land could be developed...

Beach vacations too often involve all-inclusive monstrosities and inebriated spring-breakers—but not on Costa Rica’s Peninsula Papagayo. Back...

from$500

AR218

Mexico City, MexicoMap

(Full review coming soon.)

(Full review coming soon.)

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(Full review coming soon.)

from$191

Banyan Tree Cabo Marques

Acapulco, MexicoMap

The name Acapulco may conjure rowdy spring-break parties on the beach, but that sullied image of Mexico couldn’t be further from the truth at Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués. Here, the glamour for which this Pacific Coast hideaway was known in the 1950s and 60s is restored. Built high on stilts and perched on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the resort makes for a tranquil getaway where the landscape and design seamlessly meld. Set in the posh Punta Diamante district, the property is made up...

The name Acapulco may conjure rowdy spring-break parties on the beach, but that sullied image of Mexico couldn’t be further from the truth at Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués. Here, the glamour for which this Pacific Coast hideaway was known in the 1950s and 60s is restored. Built high on stilts and perched on a cliff...

The name Acapulco may conjure rowdy spring-break parties on the beach, but that sullied image of Mexico couldn’t be further from the truth at Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués. Here, the glamour for which this Pacific Coast hideaway was known in the 1950s and 60s is restored. Built...

The name Acapulco may conjure rowdy spring-break parties on the beach, but that sullied image of Mexico couldn’t be further from the truth at...

from$477

Banyan Tree Mayakoba

Playa Del Carmen, MexicoMap

These days nightlife-centric Playa del Carmen is almost as hopping as neighboring Cancun. Close to the action yet a world apart from the wee-hours reveling is the Banyan Tree Mayakoba, a Riviera Maya respite and the brand’s first outpost in the Americas. Tucked inside a private resort development, the property’s preeminent attribute is nature: dunes, coral reefs, and freshwater lagoons teeming with native fish species. The design takes notes from the surroundings. The freestanding 118...

These days nightlife-centric Playa del Carmen is almost as hopping as neighboring Cancun. Close to the action yet a world apart from the wee-hours reveling is the Banyan Tree Mayakoba, a Riviera Maya respite and the brand’s first outpost in the Americas. Tucked inside a private resort development, the property’s...

These days nightlife-centric Playa del Carmen is almost as hopping as neighboring Cancun. Close to the action yet a world apart from the wee-hours reveling is the Banyan Tree Mayakoba, a Riviera Maya respite and the brand’s first outpost in the Americas. Tucked inside a...

These days nightlife-centric Playa del Carmen is almost as hopping as neighboring Cancun. Close to the action yet a world apart from the wee-hours...

from$458

Be Tulum

Tulum, MexicoMap

So far, Argentine architect Sebastian Sas has unveiled two Be Hotels in Mexico. There is one in lively Playa del Carmen and one in the archaeological nirvana that is Tulum. The latter is particularly striking since an unseemly concrete structure bordering the UNESCO site, Sian Ka’an, manages to seamlessly merge the surrounding natural landscape with the hotel’s interiors. Encompassing five modules of four suites, all 20 of these rooms embrace natural materials that complement the property’s...

So far, Argentine architect Sebastian Sas has unveiled two Be Hotels in Mexico. There is one in lively Playa del Carmen and one in the archaeological nirvana that is Tulum. The latter is particularly striking since an unseemly concrete structure bordering the UNESCO site, Sian Ka’an, manages to seamlessly merge the...

So far, Argentine architect Sebastian Sas has unveiled two Be Hotels in Mexico. There is one in lively Playa del Carmen and one in the archaeological nirvana that is Tulum. The latter is particularly striking since an unseemly concrete structure bordering the UNESCO site, Sian...

So far, Argentine architect Sebastian Sas has unveiled two Be Hotels in Mexico. There is one in lively Playa del Carmen and one in the archaeological...

from$665

Belmond Casa De Sierra Nevada

San Miguel de Allende, MexicoMap

San Miguel de Allende, a sleepy colonial town in central Mexico, is home to an historic gem. Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada is comprised of 16th to 18th century buildings in the city center. Five edifices house a total of 37 rooms and suites, linked by stone arch-lined patios and manicured gardens. No two abodes are identical, but each contains a selection of art and antiques, coordinated to complement the characteristic Mexican tiles, stucco walls, and quarry-stone fireplaces. One of the...

San Miguel de Allende, a sleepy colonial town in central Mexico, is home to an historic gem. Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada is comprised of 16th to 18th century buildings in the city center. Five edifices house a total of 37 rooms and suites, linked by stone arch-lined patios and manicured gardens. No two abodes are...

San Miguel de Allende, a sleepy colonial town in central Mexico, is home to an historic gem. Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada is comprised of 16th to 18th century buildings in the city center. Five edifices house a total of 37 rooms and suites, linked by stone arch-lined patios and...

San Miguel de Allende, a sleepy colonial town in central Mexico, is home to an historic gem. Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada is comprised of 16th to...

from$233

Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa

Playa Del Carmen, MexicoMap

Sprawling all-inclusive resorts dominate the Riviera Maya, that seductive stretch of coastline south of Cancun, but the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa brings a more intimate feel to the area. The former home of Mexican architect José Luis Moreno has been refashioned as a hotel set amid a jungle landscape of lush gardens and tropical palms. The 63 guestrooms and suites are filled with local artwork and handcrafted furnishings and Mexican tiles that conjure the colorful palette of the area, while...

Sprawling all-inclusive resorts dominate the Riviera Maya, that seductive stretch of coastline south of Cancun, but the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa brings a more intimate feel to the area. The former home of Mexican architect José Luis Moreno has been refashioned as a hotel set amid a jungle landscape of lush gardens...

Sprawling all-inclusive resorts dominate the Riviera Maya, that seductive stretch of coastline south of Cancun, but the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa brings a more intimate feel to the area. The former home of Mexican architect José Luis Moreno has been refashioned as a hotel set...

Sprawling all-inclusive resorts dominate the Riviera Maya, that seductive stretch of coastline south of Cancun, but the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa...

from$575

Blue Diamond Riviera Maya

Playa Del Carmen, MexicoMap

Seclusion is the ultimate amenity at this all-inclusive adults-only resort hidden in the coastal rainforest of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Villas placed along lagoons and rivers incorporate light- and dark-wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the bright white rooms. Onyx sinks, rain showers, and outdoor bathtubs reflect the resort's tropical setting; luxurious extras such as in-room pillow menus—we'll take a lavender scented, thanks—provide ethereal comforts. Only a few miles...

Seclusion is the ultimate amenity at this all-inclusive adults-only resort hidden in the coastal rainforest of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Villas placed along lagoons and rivers incorporate light- and dark-wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the bright white rooms. Onyx sinks, rain showers, and outdoor...

Seclusion is the ultimate amenity at this all-inclusive adults-only resort hidden in the coastal rainforest of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Villas placed along lagoons and rivers incorporate light- and dark-wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the bright white rooms.

Seclusion is the ultimate amenity at this all-inclusive adults-only resort hidden in the coastal rainforest of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Villas placed...

from$500

Boca Chica

Acapulco, MexicoMap

In the 1950s, the pools and sunshine of Acapulco were coveted by Hollywood jetsetters who turned the resort town into their personal playground. That spirit of midcentury glamour lives on at Boca Chica, a retro property from Mexican hospitality powerhouse Grupo Habita. Set over an idyllic cove in the Caleta district, the property was first built during that fabled era alongside celebrated venues like the Los Flamingos Hotel and Club de Yates. The sophisticated aesthetic includes well-preserved...

In the 1950s, the pools and sunshine of Acapulco were coveted by Hollywood jetsetters who turned the resort town into their personal playground. That spirit of midcentury glamour lives on at Boca Chica, a retro property from Mexican hospitality powerhouse Grupo Habita. Set over an idyllic cove in the Caleta district...

In the 1950s, the pools and sunshine of Acapulco were coveted by Hollywood jetsetters who turned the resort town into their personal playground. That spirit of midcentury glamour lives on at Boca Chica, a retro property from Mexican hospitality powerhouse Grupo Habita. Set over...

In the 1950s, the pools and sunshine of Acapulco were coveted by Hollywood jetsetters who turned the resort town into their personal playground. That...

from$109

Cala de Mar Resort & Spa Ixtapa

Ixtapa, MexicoMap

Between the beaches, galleries and palapa-style seafood restaurants, the backpackers’ paradise of Zihuatanejo has grown decidedly sophisticated in recent years. One example of this is the small, swank Capella Ixtapa Resort and Spa. Guests are greeted in an open-air reception area and then make their way to one of 59 suites overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Here, traditional Mexican materials like textured, handmade clay and stone are blended with sleek marble and polished hardwoods. But most of...

Between the beaches, galleries and palapa-style seafood restaurants, the backpackers’ paradise of Zihuatanejo has grown decidedly sophisticated in recent years. One example of this is the small, swank Capella Ixtapa Resort and Spa. Guests are greeted in an open-air reception area and then make their way to one of 59...

Between the beaches, galleries and palapa-style seafood restaurants, the backpackers’ paradise of Zihuatanejo has grown decidedly sophisticated in recent years. One example of this is the small, swank Capella Ixtapa Resort and Spa. Guests are greeted in an open-air reception...

Between the beaches, galleries and palapa-style seafood restaurants, the backpackers’ paradise of Zihuatanejo has grown decidedly sophisticated in...

from$400

Casa Fayette

Guadelajara, MexicoMap

To instill a local flavor in its first Guadalajara hotel, the Mexican boutique brand Grupo Habita turned to an unlikely source: Milan-based Dimore Studio. The influence of the city’s most celebrated architect, Pritzker Prize winner Luis Barragán, is unmistakable in Fayette’s vibrant palette: the peachy reception area; first-floor breakfast room’s khaki–green walls and tropical print chairs; red-light hues of the “pickup bar” right off the courtyard; and shades of blue that stain...

To instill a local flavor in its first Guadalajara hotel, the Mexican boutique brand Grupo Habita turned to an unlikely source: Milan-based Dimore Studio. The influence of the city’s most celebrated architect, Pritzker Prize winner Luis Barragán, is unmistakable in Fayette’s vibrant palette: the peachy reception...

To instill a local flavor in its first Guadalajara hotel, the Mexican boutique brand Grupo Habita turned to an unlikely source: Milan-based Dimore Studio. The influence of the city’s most celebrated architect, Pritzker Prize winner Luis Barragán, is unmistakable in...

To instill a local flavor in its first Guadalajara hotel, the Mexican boutique brand Grupo Habita turned to an unlikely source: Milan-based Dimore...

from$131

Condesa DF

Mexico City, MexicoMap

Tehran-born, Paris-based architect India Mahdavi broke from the white monochrome mold of design hotels when envisioning the aesthetic for Condesa DF, located in an upscale neighborhood of the same name. Cool, cheerful turquoise accents the lobby, which leads to one of the hotel’s most alluring features: a triangular courtyard where white umbrellas shade the cafe-style tables—the setting for chef Keisuke Harada’s Japanese-Mexican fusion cuisine. A lively scene unfolds at the rooftop sushi...

Tehran-born, Paris-based architect India Mahdavi broke from the white monochrome mold of design hotels when envisioning the aesthetic for Condesa DF, located in an upscale neighborhood of the same name. Cool, cheerful turquoise accents the lobby, which leads to one of the hotel’s most alluring features: a triangular...

Tehran-born, Paris-based architect India Mahdavi broke from the white monochrome mold of design hotels when envisioning the aesthetic for Condesa DF, located in an upscale neighborhood of the same name. Cool, cheerful turquoise accents the lobby, which leads to one of the...

Tehran-born, Paris-based architect India Mahdavi broke from the white monochrome mold of design hotels when envisioning the aesthetic for Condesa DF...

from$210

Distrito Capital

Mexico City, MexicoMap

The Habita Hotel Group nails urban style with the Distrito Capital in Mexico City. Located in Santa Fe, the city’s business district, the hotel soars above the skyline, offering panoramic vistas. While central enough to experience the city, Distrito Capital is an oasis, offering guests an escape from the chaos and pollution of downtown. Distrito Capital has several standout extras, including the incredible Mexican fusion restaurant, a private screening room, and a stunning rooftop pool and...

The Habita Hotel Group nails urban style with the Distrito Capital in Mexico City. Located in Santa Fe, the city’s business district, the hotel soars above the skyline, offering panoramic vistas. While central enough to experience the city, Distrito Capital is an oasis, offering guests an escape from the chaos and...

The Habita Hotel Group nails urban style with the Distrito Capital in Mexico City. Located in Santa Fe, the city’s business district, the hotel soars above the skyline, offering panoramic vistas. While central enough to experience the city, Distrito Capital is an oasis...

The Habita Hotel Group nails urban style with the Distrito Capital in Mexico City. Located in Santa Fe, the city’s business district, the hotel...

from$124

Downtown Mexico

Mexico City, MexicoMap

Two blocks from the Zócalo and near the Museo del Estanquillo in the city’s vivacious heart, Centro Histórico, Grupo Habita converted the 17th-century Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle into the stylish Downtown Mexico. Architect Abraham Cherem took the brick-fronted palace, whose name comes from the noble title for descendants of Mexican monarch Moctezuma II, and gave it a spare, minimalist aesthetic. The 17 sunny rooms blend old and new, with weathered original brick ceilings and stone...

Two blocks from the Zócalo and near the Museo del Estanquillo in the city’s vivacious heart, Centro Histórico, Grupo Habita converted the 17th-century Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle into the stylish Downtown Mexico. Architect Abraham Cherem took the brick-fronted palace, whose name comes from the noble title...

Two blocks from the Zócalo and near the Museo del Estanquillo in the city’s vivacious heart, Centro Histórico, Grupo Habita converted the 17th-century Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle into the stylish Downtown Mexico. Architect Abraham Cherem took the brick-fronted palace...

Two blocks from the Zócalo and near the Museo del Estanquillo in the city’s vivacious heart, Centro Histórico, Grupo Habita converted the...

from$160

Hotel Busue

Mexico City, MexicoMap

The 11 Room Busué Hotel, in Mexico City designed by Jagar Architecture. (Full review coming soon)

The 11 Room Busué Hotel, in Mexico City designed by Jagar Architecture. (Full review coming soon)

The 11 Room Busué Hotel, in Mexico City designed by Jagar Architecture. (Full review coming soon)

The 11 Room Busué Hotel, in Mexico City designed by Jagar Architecture. (Full review coming soon)

from$313

Hotel Encanto

Acapulco, MexicoMap

When Mexican-born architect Miguel Angel Aragonés chose Brisas del Marqués, the verdant, coastal hillside surrounded by Acapulco Bay, Puerto Marqués Bay, and the Pacific Ocean, as the site for Encanto Acapulco, it was clear that water would play a pivotal role in the design. His signature style — monolithic, white buildings that more closely resemble cubist sculptures than habitable enclaves — can be seen in his projects throughout Mexico, and the Encanto Acapulco is an enchanting...

When Mexican-born architect Miguel Angel Aragonés chose Brisas del Marqués, the verdant, coastal hillside surrounded by Acapulco Bay, Puerto Marqués Bay, and the Pacific Ocean, as the site for Encanto Acapulco, it was clear that water would play a pivotal role in the design. His signature style — monolithic...

When Mexican-born architect Miguel Angel Aragonés chose Brisas del Marqués, the verdant, coastal hillside surrounded by Acapulco Bay, Puerto Marqués Bay, and the Pacific Ocean, as the site for Encanto Acapulco, it was clear that water would play a pivotal role in the design.

When Mexican-born architect Miguel Angel Aragonés chose Brisas del Marqués, the verdant, coastal hillside surrounded by Acapulco Bay, Puerto...

from$225

Hotel Escondido

Puerto Escondido, MexicoMap

For those chasing an Endless Summer lifestyle, Hotel Escondido is the spot to hit on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Sitting just north of Puerto Escondido on a stretch of secluded beach dotted with nopal cacti, the property mimics the laid-back surf town near which it dwells. Architect Federico River Rio thoughtfully designed each of the 16 bungalows in the mold of traditional Oaxacan beach huts that sit seamlessly among the picturesque surroundings, as to not disrupt the landscape. Thatched roofs...

For those chasing an Endless Summer lifestyle, Hotel Escondido is the spot to hit on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Sitting just north of Puerto Escondido on a stretch of secluded beach dotted with nopal cacti, the property mimics the laid-back surf town near which it dwells. Architect Federico River Rio thoughtfully...

For those chasing an Endless Summer lifestyle, Hotel Escondido is the spot to hit on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Sitting just north of Puerto Escondido on a stretch of secluded beach dotted with nopal cacti, the property mimics the laid-back surf town near which it dwells.

For those chasing an Endless Summer lifestyle, Hotel Escondido is the spot to hit on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Sitting just north of Puerto Escondido...

from$415

Hotel Esencia

Playa Del Carmen, MexicoMap

A boutique Mexico experience set aside from the party noise of Cancun, Hotel Esencia is a 50-acre private estate in the Riviera Maya. Just 20 minutes north of Tulum, the property was once the beachside retreat of the Italian Duchess of Ferrari. The Esencia might not exclusively serve nobility these days, but its private villas, secluded beaches, two swimming pools, and day spa are fit for a king. Two restaurants take their ingredients from Esencia’s own garden and local farmers, and the...

A boutique Mexico experience set aside from the party noise of Cancun, Hotel Esencia is a 50-acre private estate in the Riviera Maya. Just 20 minutes north of Tulum, the property was once the beachside retreat of the Italian Duchess of Ferrari. The Esencia might not exclusively serve nobility these days, but its...

A boutique Mexico experience set aside from the party noise of Cancun, Hotel Esencia is a 50-acre private estate in the Riviera Maya. Just 20 minutes north of Tulum, the property was once the beachside retreat of the Italian Duchess of Ferrari. The Esencia might not exclusively...

A boutique Mexico experience set aside from the party noise of Cancun, Hotel Esencia is a 50-acre private estate in the Riviera Maya. Just 20 minutes...

from$585

Hotel Habita

Mexico City, MexicoMap

When hoteliers Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha of Grupo Habita turned a 1950s building situated among a sea of residential apartments in the fashionable Polanco District into the frosted-glass Hotel Habita, it instantly became a symbol of Modernism. Interior designers Enrique Norten and Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta chose seafoam green and hardwood floors for the interiors. The 36 rooms are a showcase in simplicity with bare white walls, low-slung beds, glass countertops, and potted agave plants.

When hoteliers Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha of Grupo Habita turned a 1950s building situated among a sea of residential apartments in the fashionable Polanco District into the frosted-glass Hotel Habita, it instantly became a symbol of Modernism. Interior designers Enrique Norten and Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta chose...

When hoteliers Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha of Grupo Habita turned a 1950s building situated among a sea of residential apartments in the fashionable Polanco District into the frosted-glass Hotel Habita, it instantly became a symbol of Modernism. Interior designers Enrique...

When hoteliers Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha of Grupo Habita turned a 1950s building situated among a sea of residential apartments in the...

from$315

Hotel Habita Monterrey

Monterrey, MexicoMap

There’s no gray area at Hotel Habita Monterrey, where black and white minimalism is decidedly conspicuous from the bottom floor restaurant from chef Marco Aceves to the rooftop bar, the curvilinear building’s crowning jewel. Designed by architect Agustín Landa, the property is situated in the San Pedro Garza Garcia district of Monterrey, Mexico, making the top floor terrace and watering hole, which is framed by two infinity pools, the perfect location to put the Sierra Madre mountains on...

There’s no gray area at Hotel Habita Monterrey, where black and white minimalism is decidedly conspicuous from the bottom floor restaurant from chef Marco Aceves to the rooftop bar, the curvilinear building’s crowning jewel. Designed by architect Agustín Landa, the property is situated in the San Pedro Garza...

There’s no gray area at Hotel Habita Monterrey, where black and white minimalism is decidedly conspicuous from the bottom floor restaurant from chef Marco Aceves to the rooftop bar, the curvilinear building’s crowning jewel. Designed by architect Agustín Landa, the property...

There’s no gray area at Hotel Habita Monterrey, where black and white minimalism is decidedly conspicuous from the bottom floor restaurant from...

from$160

La Valise Mexico City

Mexico City, MexicoMap

(Full Review coming soon.)

(Full Review coming soon.)

(Full Review coming soon.)

(Full Review coming soon.)

from$279

Las Alcobas

Mexico City, MexicoMap

The 35 room Las Alcobas in Mexico City, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. (Full review coming soon).

The 35 room Las Alcobas in Mexico City, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. (Full review coming soon).

The 35 room Las Alcobas in Mexico City, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. (Full review coming soon).

The 35 room Las Alcobas in Mexico City, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. (Full review coming soon).

from$248

Mar Adentro

Cabo San Lucas, MexicoMap

Walking into Mar Adentro is like stepping into a Giorgio de Chirico painting. The surreal cactus- and desert-studded grounds flow into an archipelago of stark white cubes fanning out toward the horizon, and various platforms connected by sinuous paths appear to float on mirrored saltwater pools. All the more surprising is the location—just outside riotous Cabo San Lucas, on the tip of the Baja Peninsula. The glass-fronted buildings housing the 198 rooms adopt his signature white-on-white...

Walking into Mar Adentro is like stepping into a Giorgio de Chirico painting. The surreal cactus- and desert-studded grounds flow into an archipelago of stark white cubes fanning out toward the horizon, and various platforms connected by sinuous paths appear to float on mirrored saltwater pools. All the more...

Walking into Mar Adentro is like stepping into a Giorgio de Chirico painting. The surreal cactus- and desert-studded grounds flow into an archipelago of stark white cubes fanning out toward the horizon, and various platforms connected by sinuous paths appear to float on mirrored...

Walking into Mar Adentro is like stepping into a Giorgio de Chirico painting. The surreal cactus- and desert-studded grounds flow into an archipelago...

from$310

ME Cabo

Cabo San Lucas, MexicoMap

In the time since Hurricane Odile wreaked havoc on Cabo, the popular Mexican getaway has made a triumphant comeback. One property attracting the area’s typically sophisticated crowds is the ME Cabo, part of Melia Hotels’ stylish ME collection. Located on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, in the MeBe district, it overlooks El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, Lover's Beach, and the Sea of Cortez. But this property has more than stellar views going for it. The 151 rooms, adorned with balconies, rainfall...

In the time since Hurricane Odile wreaked havoc on Cabo, the popular Mexican getaway has made a triumphant comeback. One property attracting the area’s typically sophisticated crowds is the ME Cabo, part of Melia Hotels’ stylish ME collection. Located on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, in the MeBe district, it...

In the time since Hurricane Odile wreaked havoc on Cabo, the popular Mexican getaway has made a triumphant comeback. One property attracting the area’s typically sophisticated crowds is the ME Cabo, part of Melia Hotels’ stylish ME collection. Located on the tip of the Baja...

In the time since Hurricane Odile wreaked havoc on Cabo, the popular Mexican getaway has made a triumphant comeback. One property attracting the...

from$219

ME Cancun

Cancun, MexicoMap

Skeptics may deem Cancun solely the territory of frat boys and tequila shots, but the ME Cancun proves otherwise. The lifestyle resort, part of Melia Hotels’ upbeat ME collection, is located directly on the beach. Inspired by a yin-yang philosophy, it has a cool, modern feel, with each of its colorful 434 rooms and suites facing the Caribbean Sea or Nichupté Lagoon. Whereas some all-inclusive properties lack the fashionable edge found in boutique ones, private Jacuzzis and artwork from...

Skeptics may deem Cancun solely the territory of frat boys and tequila shots, but the ME Cancun proves otherwise. The lifestyle resort, part of Melia Hotels’ upbeat ME collection, is located directly on the beach. Inspired by a yin-yang philosophy, it has a cool, modern feel, with each of its colorful 434 rooms and...

Skeptics may deem Cancun solely the territory of frat boys and tequila shots, but the ME Cancun proves otherwise. The lifestyle resort, part of Melia Hotels’ upbeat ME collection, is located directly on the beach. Inspired by a yin-yang philosophy, it has a cool, modern feel...

Skeptics may deem Cancun solely the territory of frat boys and tequila shots, but the ME Cancun proves otherwise. The lifestyle resort, part of Melia...

from$281

Nizuc Resort & Spa

Cancun, MexicoMap

Cancun often suffers from an unfair reputation. While the Mexican mecca remains a spring break paradise fueled by cheap tequila shots, the city has a decidedly more low-key and sophisticated side, as revealed by NIZUC Resort & Spa. The 29-acre property, strewn with tropical gardens, is a true hideaway, far from the crush of karaoke-performing frat boys. Architect Alejandro Escudero was tasked with the design of the 274 suites and villas, and his response is thoughtfully layered and luxe.

Cancun often suffers from an unfair reputation. While the Mexican mecca remains a spring break paradise fueled by cheap tequila shots, the city has a decidedly more low-key and sophisticated side, as revealed by NIZUC Resort & Spa. The 29-acre property, strewn with tropical gardens, is a true hideaway, far from the...

Cancun often suffers from an unfair reputation. While the Mexican mecca remains a spring break paradise fueled by cheap tequila shots, the city has a decidedly more low-key and sophisticated side, as revealed by NIZUC Resort & Spa. The 29-acre property, strewn with tropical...

Cancun often suffers from an unfair reputation. While the Mexican mecca remains a spring break paradise fueled by cheap tequila shots, the city has a...

from$531

One & Only Palmilla

San Jose Del Cabo, MexicoMap

The jet set have long flocked southward to the dreamy One&Only Palmilla. The opulent Los Cabos resort is a Mexican icon, enticing with a backdrop of fountains, whitewashed walls and red-tiled roofs. All of the 173 guestrooms, set in casas, feature a patio or balcony—ideal for taking in those mesmerizing views of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez. Oversize daybeds and marble bathrooms are welcoming and ritzy touches, but the most stunning of retreats is Villa Cortez, a four-bedroom compound...

The jet set have long flocked southward to the dreamy One&Only Palmilla. The opulent Los Cabos resort is a Mexican icon, enticing with a backdrop of fountains, whitewashed walls and red-tiled roofs. All of the 173 guestrooms, set in casas, feature a patio or balcony—ideal for taking in those mesmerizing views of the...

The jet set have long flocked southward to the dreamy One&Only Palmilla. The opulent Los Cabos resort is a Mexican icon, enticing with a backdrop of fountains, whitewashed walls and red-tiled roofs. All of the 173 guestrooms, set in casas, feature a patio or balcony—ideal for...

The jet set have long flocked southward to the dreamy One&Only Palmilla. The opulent Los Cabos resort is a Mexican icon, enticing with a backdrop of...

from$755

Papaya Playa Project

Tulum, MexicoMap

The 80 room Papaya Playa in Tulum, designed by Design HotelsTM.

The 80 room Papaya Playa in Tulum, designed by Design HotelsTM.

The 80 room Papaya Playa in Tulum, designed by Design HotelsTM.

The 80 room Papaya Playa in Tulum, designed by Design HotelsTM.

from$142

Rosewood Inn Of The Anasazi

Santa Fe, MexicoMap

-an intimate world-class retreat and new mexicos most lauded hotel, the rosewood inn of the anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit of the region s early native americans. the four-star luxury hotel is located in the heart of santa fe a magical land where the sun casts alluring shadows on mountains, desert and adobe and the scent of pinon lingers in the crisp air. the 58-room boutique hotel is an elegant expression of southwestern style with massive hand-carved doors, sculptured...

-an intimate world-class retreat and new mexicos most lauded hotel, the rosewood inn of the anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit of the region s early native americans. the four-star luxury hotel is located in the heart of santa fe a magical land where the sun casts alluring shadows on mountains, desert and...

-an intimate world-class retreat and new mexicos most lauded hotel, the rosewood inn of the anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit of the region s early native americans. the four-star luxury hotel is located in the heart of santa fe a magical land where the sun casts...

-an intimate world-class retreat and new mexicos most lauded hotel, the rosewood inn of the anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit of the...

from$261

Rosewood Mayakoba

Playa Del Carmen, MexicoMap

Just north of upbeat Playa del Carmen, in the Riviera Maya, Rosewood Mayakoba is a serene retreat spread out over 1,600 acres of lagoons and mangrove forests that’s attracted celebrity guests like Leonardo DiCaprio and Katie Holmes. Given a reboot by Jose Manuel Martinez Marquez, the 130 suites reflect the natural surroundings by highlighting indigenous materials such as limestone and wood. Heated plunge pools, private bath gardens with rain showers, and terraces complete with sun loungers...

Just north of upbeat Playa del Carmen, in the Riviera Maya, Rosewood Mayakoba is a serene retreat spread out over 1,600 acres of lagoons and mangrove forests that’s attracted celebrity guests like Leonardo DiCaprio and Katie Holmes. Given a reboot by Jose Manuel Martinez Marquez, the 130 suites reflect the natural...

Just north of upbeat Playa del Carmen, in the Riviera Maya, Rosewood Mayakoba is a serene retreat spread out over 1,600 acres of lagoons and mangrove forests that’s attracted celebrity guests like Leonardo DiCaprio and Katie Holmes. Given a reboot by Jose Manuel Martinez...

Just north of upbeat Playa del Carmen, in the Riviera Maya, Rosewood Mayakoba is a serene retreat spread out over 1,600 acres of lagoons and mangrove...

from$650

St Regis Punta Mita Resort

Punta De Mita, Nay., MexicoMap

Just northwest of Puerto Vallarta on a secluded corner of Mexico’s windswept Pacific Coast lies some of the country’s most captivating beaches and untrammeled terrain. That hushed, escapist vibe permeates the 1,500-acre St. Regis Punta Mita, a Mexican-meets-Mediterranean retreat interspersed along a palm grove. Antique French chandeliers and Spanish furnishings welcome guests to the lobby fronting the sea. Here, Friday happy hour triggers a hotel tradition—sunset champagne sabering. The...

Just northwest of Puerto Vallarta on a secluded corner of Mexico’s windswept Pacific Coast lies some of the country’s most captivating beaches and untrammeled terrain. That hushed, escapist vibe permeates the 1,500-acre St. Regis Punta Mita, a Mexican-meets-Mediterranean retreat interspersed along a palm grove.

Just northwest of Puerto Vallarta on a secluded corner of Mexico’s windswept Pacific Coast lies some of the country’s most captivating beaches and untrammeled terrain. That hushed, escapist vibe permeates the 1,500-acre St. Regis Punta Mita, a Mexican-meets-Mediterranean...

Just northwest of Puerto Vallarta on a secluded corner of Mexico’s windswept Pacific Coast lies some of the country’s most captivating beaches...

from$900

The St. Regis Mexico City

Mexico City, MexicoMap

What doesn’t Mexico City’s St. Regis have? Located in one of the city’s most historic, enticing spots, this hotel both brings city life to visitors but also is so luxurious there’s no need to leave. From the yawning windows of the César Pelli-designed building, Torre Libertad, guests can see the famed Paseo de la Reforma, a wide avenue that runs diagonally through the heart of Mexico City. While high-end shopping awaits in the Polanco and Condesa districts, visitors can explore some of...

What doesn’t Mexico City’s St. Regis have? Located in one of the city’s most historic, enticing spots, this hotel both brings city life to visitors but also is so luxurious there’s no need to leave. From the yawning windows of the César Pelli-designed building, Torre Libertad, guests can see the famed Paseo...

What doesn’t Mexico City’s St. Regis have? Located in one of the city’s most historic, enticing spots, this hotel both brings city life to visitors but also is so luxurious there’s no need to leave. From the yawning windows of the César Pelli-designed building, Torre...

What doesn’t Mexico City’s St. Regis have? Located in one of the city’s most historic, enticing spots, this hotel both brings city life to...

from$355

Viceroy Los Cabos

San Jose Del Cabo, MexicoMap

An architectural masterpiece on the sea of cortez on mexicos baja california peninsula this resort has buildings wrapped entirely by water for a cinematic one-of-a-kind experience. indoor and outdoor suites and villas a multitude of restaurants and lounges pools a kids club a spa and fitness center are part of the discoveries found around every turn. with its beachfront setting and the nearby bustling colonial streets of san jose viceroy los cabos offers unlimited adventures.

An architectural masterpiece on the sea of cortez on mexicos baja california peninsula this resort has buildings wrapped entirely by water for a cinematic one-of-a-kind experience. indoor and outdoor suites and villas a multitude of restaurants and lounges pools a kids club a spa and fitness center are part of the...

An architectural masterpiece on the sea of cortez on mexicos baja california peninsula this resort has buildings wrapped entirely by water for a cinematic one-of-a-kind experience. indoor and outdoor suites and villas a multitude of restaurants and lounges pools a kids club a...

An architectural masterpiece on the sea of cortez on mexicos baja california peninsula this resort has buildings wrapped entirely by water for a...

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Viceroy Riviera Maya

Playa Del Carmen, MexicoMap

Typically, travelers are drawn to Mexico’'s Riviera Maya for a double punch of historic sightseeing in Tulum and post-ruins partying in Playa del Carmen. The Viceroy Riviera Maya adds yet another lush dimension to the region. Surrounded by rainforest, the resort is essentially a jungle, inspiring copious time on the seven-mile beach. Because of this setting, staying in one of the 41 villas, with their earth tones, thatched palapa roofs and high ceilings, feels secluded. This is exactly the...

Typically, travelers are drawn to Mexico’'s Riviera Maya for a double punch of historic sightseeing in Tulum and post-ruins partying in Playa del Carmen. The Viceroy Riviera Maya adds yet another lush dimension to the region. Surrounded by rainforest, the resort is essentially a jungle, inspiring copious time on the...

Typically, travelers are drawn to Mexico’'s Riviera Maya for a double punch of historic sightseeing in Tulum and post-ruins partying in Playa del Carmen. The Viceroy Riviera Maya adds yet another lush dimension to the region. Surrounded by rainforest, the resort is essentially...

Typically, travelers are drawn to Mexico’'s Riviera Maya for a double punch of historic sightseeing in Tulum and post-ruins partying in Playa del...

from$538