Top Mexico Hotels 2018

Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

This 400-year-old property recently underwent a $3.5m renovation, redesigning 37 rooms and suites, as well as its restaurants, courtyards and gardens within the six 16th- to 18th-century mansions. This heritage building in San Miguel De Allende preserves the charm of old-world Mexico with vine-covered stone mansions, colonial-style decor and rustic wood accents. Surrounded by manicured topiary and hanging vines, Restaurante […]

Las Ventanas al Paraíso, a Rosewood Resort, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Las Ventanas Al Paraíso, a Rosewood Hotel, is the ultimate pampering destination — every detail is calmly taken care of, from your airport transfer to your welcome margarita. A butler can arrange virtually anything: golf excursions with PGA pros, private yacht charters, snorkeling in Chileno Bay or a private surf lesson. The resort has fine-dining options, including the traditionally Mexican […]

One&Only Palmilla, San José del Cabo, Mexico

Situated on the Baja Peninsula with direct access to one of the only swimmable beaches in the area, One&Only Palmilla embodies all things Mexico, but with a contemporary twist. The airy resort has hacienda-style architecture with colorful decor and high ceilings, and looks out onto the azure Sea of Cortez. The recently renovated 14,950-sq-ft Villa One is a four-bedroom palace […]

Rosewood Mayakoba, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Lush jungle and white beaches surround this Mexican paradise. Glass doors and light wooden accents encase each zen-like room in a warm ambience, immediately transporting you to relaxation mode. Explore Mayan ruins nearby (including Cenote Park and EK Balam), or go scuba diving in the crystal-clear waters. If it’s traditional Mayan fare you’re after, La Ceiba Garden & Kitchen allows […]

Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Situated in the heart of San Miguel, an alluring artists’s haven north of Mexico City, the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende prides itself on its bohemian flair, with staff regularly running artistic events for guests such as the annual Concurso de Calaveras (skull painting for Day of the Dead). Comprising 67 rooms, the hotel is reminiscent of a hacienda, with […]