This gorgeous resort can be found sitting peacefully between Puerto Morelos and Playa del Carmen, around a 40-minute drive south of Cancun Airport. The modern property exudes a boutique atmosphere, decorated with elegant, clean lines and stylish furnishings designed by contemporary Mexican artists. Structural wood and smooth concrete combine with a calming color scheme of brown, tan and cream tones, extending beautifully into the natural surrounding.
Hotel Escondido lies right in the center of Oaxaca City, perfect for stepping out to explore charming streets, delicious local food and markets bursting with textiles and artisan crafts.
Right in the heart of Oaxaca City’s historical centre, Pug Seal Zapoteco has an enviable location just a few blocks from the Zócalo Main Square and Metropolitan Cathedral. Step out onto the colorful streets, surrounded by mountains, and soak up the sights, smells and culture of this wonderful city.
Casa Hoyos, once home to the eponymous family business, is now a striking, luxury boutique run by the 4th generation. The hotel sits in San Miguel de Allende’s picturesque center, treasured for its romance and historical charm. Step outside to discover the city’s iconic pink Parish and array of architectural styles, as you wander the cobblestone streets that pass restaurants, designer shops and art galleries.
The charming Hotel Baja Club is located in the center of Baja Sur’s capital, La Paz, right on the coastal boardwalk.This beautifully restored, 20th-century villa is the perfect base from which to explore the city, and the area’s wealth of natural wonders.
This oasis of a hotel rests by the crystalline waters of Bacalar Lagoon, situated in the southern reaches of Quintana Roo. Enjoy a calming and restorative stay, gazing out to the mesmerizing blue hues of the laguna or wandering through tropical jungle palms. Just 30 minutes from Chetumal Airport, Habitas Bacalar is a dreamy escape into nature where guests can disconnect and recharge.
A quirky boutique hotel in Mexico City’s upscale Polanco neighborhood, Pug Seal Allan Poe offers an unbeatable location, just off the opulent Avenida Presidente Masaryk
A tastefully restored, English-style mansion, Hotel Brick is located in one of the coolest neighborhoods in Mexico City, Roma Norte. This hidden gem, on the beautiful Orizaba Street, is perfectly placed for wandering out to the area’s vibrant scene of parks, cafes, art galleries and restaurants.
Palmaïa, brought to us by The House of Aïa, is situated at the south side of Playa del Carmen, on its own exclusive beach enclave with beautiful mangroves.
Habitas Tulum sits in prime place, between the glittering waters of the Caribbean Sea and lush verdant jungle. The palm and palapa-studded grounds, with a year-round outdoor pool and terrace, are just a few kilometers south of Tulum archaeological site in the hotel zone. Perfect for soaking up local cultural heritage, and Tulum’s iconic boho vibe.
Ideally located right in the heart of downtown Mexico City, Círculo Mexicano is a unique lifestyle hotel. With important historical sites like the National Palace, Bellas Artes and Plaza de la Constitución within walking distance, it’s a great spot from which to explore the city.
Set between Pueblo Mágico Todos Santos and the charming village of El Pescadero, Hotel Paradero is a lush haven nestled in the vast Baja Sur desert. With the world-famous surf break of Los Cerritos nearby, it’s the perfect spot for a taste of the coastal life.
Located at the heart of Mexico City right on Reforma Avenue, Sofitel Mexico City Reforma oozes chic with a French touch. With views onto the iconic Angel of Independence Monument, and the National Museum of Anthropology nearby, this luxury hotel is in the middle of Mexican history.
Conrad Punta de Mita, the area’s newest luxury resort, is a magnificent property set on Punta de Mita’s longest beach.
Just 45 minutes from Puerto Vallarta’s airport, Conrad Punta de Mita is an elegant, luxurious retreat along the stunning Riviera Nayarit coastline that captures the splendid heritage of the region and warmth of Mexico and its people.
Housed in the oldest estate in Chihuahua city, Central Hotel Boutique offers a delicate blend of old-world Mexico and modern comforts. The property in which it sits, Casa Trias, was completed in 1845 and owned, at the time, by General Angel Trias, a former governor of Chihuahua and close friend to the 26th president of Mexico, Benito Juarez.
Boasting a practically unrivaled location, just steps from Mexico City’s main plaza, Zócalo Central Hotel is ideal for discerning travelers looking to uncover the delights of the capital. This resplendent retreat is based within an 18th-century architectural gem – considered Mexican heritage by the National Institute of Anthropology and History – and provides a welcome sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the streets outside.
Just a stone’s throw from El Zócalo, Mexico City’s bustling central plaza, sits Histórico Central Hotel, an elegant getaway set within a historic 18th-century building. Its superb location makes it the perfect retreat for anyone looking to explore the rich history and modern delights of this endlessly fascinating megacity.
Nestled on the Riviera Nayarit coastline, One&Only Mandarina offers an irresistible combination of ultra-luxurious living, natural beauty, and outdoor adventure. Plus, its prime location, sandwiched between jungle-clad mountains and the Pacific Ocean, offers stunning views at almost every turn.