10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

10. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.Mexico City The Four Seasons's peaceful atmosphere makes it feel miles away from its central Mexico City locale, while personalized customer service only enhances the relaxing vibe. "Our people here are very connected to our guests," said General Manager Ricardo Acevedo. When asked what impresses visitors the most, Acevedo replied: "When they come here, it's like coming back home." See more photos ofFour Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F. Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Mexico City The Best Hotels in Mexico City Central Mexico Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

1. Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood ResortCabo San Lucas Undeniably, Las Ventanas's gorgeous landscape and attention to detail - from the inlaid-stone headboards and the Conchuela limestone flooring in the suites to the specialty spa treatments - are major allures. But what makes the experience of staying here unforgettable isn't just the unparalleled setting, the exquisite architecture or the stellar amenities. According to Managing Director Martein van Wagenberg, it's the staff's unparalleled commitment to hospitality and "the emotional connection we can make with [guests]." See more photos ofLas Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Cabo San Lucas The Best Hotels in Baja California Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

9. EsperanzaCabo San Lucas Esperanza follows suit with its Relais Châteaux siblings' commitment to providing guests with a tailored and memorable experience. According to General Manager Marc Rodriguez, "All of our hotels have tremendous service, tremendous gastronomy and tremendous attention to detail." Still, this Cabo San Lucas outpost sets itself apart from other luxury hotels not only with its gorgeous setting, but also its versatile activities. You can spend your time here doing anything from whale-watching to horseback riding along the beach. See more photos of Esperanza Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Cabo San Lucas The Best Hotels in Baja California Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

8. Capella IxtapaIxtapa Capella Ixtapa's striking beach and mountain landscape is nice, but what really seals the deal for guests is Capella's extremely romantic and private ambiance. Here, you can start your day with a cliff-side massage or a personal cooking class before embarking on a snorkeling expedition. Cap off your day with a dip in your clandestine plunge pool as the sun goes down. See more photos of Capella Ixtapa Find out more about: The Best Hotels on the Pacific Coast Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

7. Rosewood MayakobaPlaya del Carmen Rosewood properties are known for reflecting their natural surroundings and exuding an intimate atmosphere, and the Mayakoba branch is no exception. When asked to specify some of the best qualities about Rosewood Mayakoba, Managing Director Graeme Davis highlighted the property's unique architecture and serene surroundings, which allow guests to experience days filled with "watching nature fly and float by" and "listening to the sounds of the ocean footsteps away." See more photos ofRosewood Mayakoba Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Playa del Carmen The Best Hotels in Maya Riviera The Yucatán Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

6. La Casa Que CantaZihuatanejo Sitting pretty along the Pacific and boasting stunning vantage points of both the ocean and Zihuatanejo Bay, La Casa Que Canta offers guests impeccable service and plenty of privacy. According to Teresa Arellano, a member of La Casa Que Canta's management committee, serenity-seekers can find lots of seclusion in and outside the digs. See more photos of La Casa Que Canta Find out more about: The Best Hotels on the Pacific Coast Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

5. Banyan Tree Cabo MarquésAcapulco "When you wake up in one of our villas, you have no idea where you are. You can feel you're anywhere in the world," said General Manager Ricardo Suárez. The resort's richly appointed villas are outfitted with private pools and dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean, providing a peaceful antidote from the stresses of daily life. But the main reason why guests come back again and again, according to Suárez, is because "here, they find peace." See more photos ofBanyan Tree Cabo Marqués Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Acapulco The Best Hotels on the Pacific Coast Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

4. Capella PedregalCabo San Lucas Capella Pedregal's staff sets the bar high when it comes to pampering. Personal pool servers adjust umbrellas and offer refreshing drinks and facial mists. Meanwhile, personal assistants can arrange all spa and dining reservations and take care of all details prior to arrival. Employees pay close attention to guests and "take note of [their] preferences or little nuances," said General Manager John Volponi. See more photos of Capella Pedregal Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Cabo San Lucas The Best Hotels in Baja California Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

3. The St. Regis Punta Mita ResortPunta de Mita This St. Regis outpost hosts a wide array of luxurious services and amenities, ranging from personalized butler service to decadent treatments. According to General Manager Carl Emberson, "The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort promises an experience that transcends ordinary travel, immersing guests in unsurpassed luxury." Sunbathers can lounge in private beach cabanas, while those craving more adventure can take their pick from snorkeling, golfing and even whale-watching. See more photos ofThe St. Regis Punta Mita Resort Find out more about: The Best Hotels on the Pacific Coast Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico



10 Best Hotels in Mexico 2013

2. Rosewood San Miguel de AllendeSan Miguel de Allende Delighting in scrumptious Mexican and Spanish eats from Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar is an excellent way to cap off a day of relaxing poolside and meandering along San Miguel de Allende's cobbled streets. The venue's unique culinary offerings - coupled with the striking city vistas - offer a hint of romance. "The quality of the food and beverages around the hotel is one of our greatest assets," said Managing Director Alfredo Renteria. See more photos ofRosewood San Miguel de Allende Find out more about: The Best Hotels in Mexico City Central Mexico Read More: The Best Hotels in Mexico
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