Mexico is always a wonderful holiday destination. However, the nation has arguably been the greatest holiday destination worldwide since the pandemic started.
Entry restrictions remain relaxed, and the country is open to tourism. What’s more, Americans currently don’t require negative PCR tests. That’s pretty rare right now.
Seven Mexican hotels made it on the list of the world’s top 100 hotels, and here are those 7 hotels!
1. Viceroy Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
The Viceroy Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen is a secluded adults-only resort offering supreme luxury to all visitors. Guests can lounge on the white-sand beaches, hike around the jungle paths, and take a yoga class whenever they please.
Furthemore, you’ll have the option of lounging around your private plunge pool for the entire day or soaking in the hot tub. The hotel includes 41 private villas, a full-service spa, and the Coral Restaurant + Bar for refreshments.
This hotel is number 37 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
2. Las Ventanas al Paraíso, a Rosewood Resort, San José del Cabo, Mexico
The Las Ventanas al Paraíso, a Rosewood Resort, San José del Cabo has endless luxury facilities. Visitors can enjoy extensive dining options, a lavish spa, and panoramic views of the Sea of Cortés.
What’s more, the hotel offers an eclectic mixture of activities, such as whale-watching, world-class golf, and deep-sea fishing. Perhaps you just want to relax in your room? You’ll enjoy the service of personal butlers throughout the day.
The hotel is number 50 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
3. Zadun, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, San José del Cabo, Mexico
The Zadun, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, San José del Cabo is a superb luxury option in San Jose del Cabo. The hotel prides itself on offering guests an art form of living. You’ll find 115 suites with exquisite views of the beautiful ocean landscape.
The luxury hotel includes three restaurants with world-class Mexican cuisine, Japanese cuisine, and Peruvian cuisine.
The hotel is number 66 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
4. Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués, Acapulco, México
The Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués offers guests wide-sweeping ocean views of the stunning coastline. Guests can enjoy three restaurants with Asian and Mexican cuisine at their finest. Better still, many rooms come with sleek decor, private decks, and plunge pools for a refreshing dip.
The resort is an AAA-Five Diamond Award-winning resort built on the cliffs of Acapulco’s Diamond Zone. The designers have nestled the resort within a private gated community for added seclusion and relaxation.
The hotel is number 70 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
5. Mahekal Beach Resort, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
The Mahekal Beach Resort, Playa del Carmen offers an eclectic mixture of tropical gardens and beaches. You will find lush gardens, exquisite dining options, and tranquil pools.
Furthermore, the resort is perfect for family getaways, romantic retreats, and events. You can choose between beaches houses and bohemian-chic suites with world-class 24/7 service.
The hotel is number 76 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
6. Rosewood Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
The Rosewood Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen offers guests a private white-sand beach, six restaurants, a diverse food truck, and a delicious bakery to explore before you relax at one of 129 waterfront luxury suites.
Besides, if you’re feeling stressed, why not partake in a relaxation session with a Sharman. The resort offers various locally inspired experiences inside the 17,000 square foot luxury resort.
The hotel is number 96 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
7. Montage Los Cabos, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
The Montage Los Cabos, Cabo San Lucas provides guests with a combination of authentic Mexican culture matched with 39 acres of azure waters. You’ll enjoy walk-in access to some of the world’s greatest snorkeling, swimming, and scuba diving.
Furthermore, guests can visit the nearby 19-hole Fred Couples Signature golf course with views of the Sea of Cortés. Then, after a day of playing golf, why not relaxing at the blissful spa or enjoy handmade paleta?
The hotel is number 98 on the list of the world’s best hotels.
See the complete list of the top 100 hotels on Travel & Leisure.
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