Best hotels in Mexico
(Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.)
Soft sands, cerulean waves, zesty cuisine, ancient civilizations — finding a reason to travel to Mexico isn't difficult. However, picking the perfect place to stay is another task altogether. Escape to an intimate boutique hotel or retreat to a sprawling all-inclusive resort? Book a palatial suite with unobstructed ocean views or steal away to a colonial-style hacienda with soaring archways and classic courtyards?
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10. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.
Tucked away in Mexico City's refined Polanco neighborhood, the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico impresses guests with its upscale amenities and serene ambiance. But according to general manager Ricardo Acevedo, the hotel’s greatest asset of all is its staff. As for the property grounds, Acevedo calls this colonial-style hideaway "an oasis of tranquility." A landscaped courtyard with a bubbling fountain sits at the heart of the property, creating a beautiful centerpiece for the hotel. Take advantage of the Four Seasons' coveted real estate with a stroll through Chapultepec Park, located just a short walk from the hotel. To help you relax and unwind after a day on the town, the Four Seasons touts a spa praised by guests for its signature treatments.
(Photo: Courtesy of Esperanza)
Cabo San Lucas
Set along the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, about five miles east of Cabo San Lucas, Esperanza boasts a wide array of indulgences, from an oceanfront sculpture garden to a scenic infinity pool. This Relais & Châteaux outpost houses Zen-inspired amenities for those seeking a hearty dose of R&R, including an award-winning spa and a yoga studio (where you can take complimentary classes). With top-notch cuisine and stylish guestrooms, it's easy to see how this Cabo resort impresses visitors time and time again.