All: Haciendas & Boutique Hotels
In Mexico City’s fashionable La Roma neighborhood, the elegant Nima house-hotel invites you to experience the rich history and culture of this urban neighborhood, where colonial homes have been restored to their former grandeur.
L’Otel is an enchanting sanctuary housed in a four-bedroom colonial house. Elegantly decorated with attention to even the smallest details, the spaces in this boutique hotel are a feast for the eyes.
Sitting on a crescent-shaped cove of pristine beach on the Caribbean Sea, the newly built Maria del Mar is a luxurious, yet understated small boutique hotel between the hotel zone and downtown Tulum.
Stara Hamburgo is a contemporary, upscale boutique hotel located in Juárez, one of Mexico City’s grandest neighborhoods, once home to the genteel society of Mexico City.
KanXuk is an intimate boutique hotel located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve.
Hacienda Labor de Rivera is a luxury boutique hotel located on the outskirts of Guadalajara.
La Valise is an urban-chic boutique hotel located in Mexico City’s Roma Norte neighborhood.
Hacienda San Gabriel de las Palmas is a boutique hotel complimented by magnificent colonial architecture in Amacuzac.
Hotel de la Parra is a hacienda-style boutique hotel located steps away from the Zócalo, or center square, of Oaxaca.
An exclusive collection of bungalow suites, Amalys is nestled on a secluded beach in a private residential community just near Puerto Escondido.
Set on grounds of 250 acres just outside of the city of Merida, Hacienda Petec is a beautifully-restored 17th century estate
Hotel Escondido is boutique design hotel in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca where urban chic meets beach culture.
Built in 1700, Hacienda Uayamon reflects the sophistication of a luxury resort with attention to surrounding natural beauty.
Once an important property of the nobility of the Yucatan, Hacienda Santa Rosa is now a luxury hotel.
Hotel Downtown, located in the Historic Center for Mexico City, blends colonial 17th century grandeur, raw industrial elements, and local indigenous culture into its design.