The Most Luxury Hotels in Mexico (part 2)

Encanto Acapulco

Acapulco, Guerrero, Pacific Coast, Mexico

The Encanto Hotel is one of the most luxurious hotels with all the best hiking travelers can want on vacation – without access to the beach. The hotel pool is impressive with its unparalleled range overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and has clear contrasting black underground spots that create a two-tone waterfront view. Well-known Mexican chef Monica Patiño uses Origin, and there is a second restaurant for easy money. The spa offers a long open spa bathtub in a wooden fence, which offers amazing views of the sea. There are 44 guest rooms with a stunning modern design that incorporates natural stone furniture. But breakfast is not included and there is a daily fee for travel.

Banyan Tree Mayakoba

Playa del Carmen – Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico

As one might expect from the ultra-luxurious Banyan Tree brand, the Banyan Tree As one might expect from the ultra-luxury Banyan Tree product, Banyan Tree Mayakoba is one of the most sought after tourist attractions in Playa del Carmen. All 164 homes have Asian-inspired ornaments and Mexican fabrics – as well as walk-in closets, pavilions, wall-mounted lawns, hammock patios, outdoor baths and fully furnished bars. The courtyards, the white sandy beach, and the lake-like pool meet outside the seam and the surrounding landscape. When you think about a top spa, lots of outdoor activities – such as golf, snorkeling, and eco trips – and delicious food, it’s very hard to find anything wrong with this place.

Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun

Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico

There is nothing unusual about the 260-room Le Blanc Spa Resort: Everything from your wine list to your workout is set to a high standard. Sounds more beautiful in South Beach than the Cancun party, which has a hip, a beautiful beauty in all pure white. The rooms are modern and bright with minimal decoration and spectacular views of the sea (some have large Jacuzzi baths). But most of your time should be spent on top-notch spa, chic restaurants (especially the wonderfully built Lumiere), and a beach of white sand.

The Most Luxury Hotels in Mexico (part 1)

Mexico’s top luxury hotels welcome guests with everything they need, from pristine beachfronts to elegant rooms, chic restaurants, and so much more. Now let’s take a look at some of the best luxury hotels in Mexico City, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Punta Mita, Los Cabos, and Playa del Carmen.

Rosewood Mayakoba

Playa del Carmen resort, Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo

Rosewood Mayakoba is a gorgeous, peaceful hotel within the Playa Del Carmen resort community, set on a mile-long stretch of beach. It features an extensive children’s program, but the resort also attracts amny couples thanks to its serene atmosphere and upscale restaurants. The 128 suites feature attractive contemporary decor such as white walls, picture clean lines, and rich woods, along with private outdoor plunge pools and high-tech amenities. Moreover, suites offer freebies such as Wi-Fi, bottled water, and fresh fruit.

One&Only Palmilla

San Jose del Cabo, Baja California Sur, Baja California

To name some of the velvet-gloved treatment at One&Only Palmilla, there are personal butlers, some of Cabo’s best dining, and aromatherapy turndown service. It has 160 rooms and villas, blending classic Mexican design with contemporary accents such as Venetian stucco and walls of windows in order to create elegant, bright spaces. All have terraces or even direct ocean views, and some have private pools. Dining includes Mediterranean options and Asian-Mexican fusion or a steak house by Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The resort also has one of the only swimmable beaches in the area, two gorgeous pools, and an elegant spa.

Banyan Tree Cabo Marques

Acapulco, Guerrero, Pacific Coast

Located in Acapulco’s fashionable Diamente neighborhood, Banyan Tree Cabo Marques is a five-pearl resort with 45 outstanding villas which are subtly opulent and blending the brand’s trademark Asian decor beautifully with delicate Mexican accents. Striking ocean views, a wonderful spa, and exceptional restaurants, all together create an experience unparalleled elsewhere in Acapulco. It is perfect location for guests who are seeking a romantic escape.