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Brightly coloured cities and celebrations; punchy flavours; vast murals and big art; ancient, ancient civilisations; vast deserts where it's cactus only up to the horizon; steaming-jungle-fringed perfect beach resorts with bright oceans - thinking of Mexico makes you think big and bold. Diverse and cosmopolitan in places, and pristine and ancient in others, this is an incredible country. And unsurprisingly one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Visiting Mexico is about getting out there in amongst it in the sunshine, whether ‘it’ be the outdoor market places of a big city, a dense jungle, under the ocean, up a desert mountain peak, or just on the beach. You should also eat widely. And be open to street food and palapa, or thatched roof, establishments, and to agave-based liquors! With so much variety on offer it can be a daunting task to pick the best places to stay in Mexico, but we've done the hard work for you! Here's our pick of the best places to visit and why....

Many of the best places to stay in Mexico, as far many visitors are concerned, are clustered along the spectacular coastline of the Yucatán Peninsula, the Riviera Maya and the Baja California Peninsula. Or, of course, that classic city break, Mexico City, one of the world’s biggest cities by population, and a sizzling skillet of strong colours and flavours.

Around Mexico City are the central states, above that are the historic silver mining states, in the region called The Bajio, and the desert states of northern Mexico, a region not much visited by tourists.

The last region is the Pacific Coast, where you’ll find Oaxaca, Jalisco with its capital Guadalajara, and sophisticated party town, Acapulco - in the town's heyday this was where JFK took Jackie on their honeymoon.

Taxco is a mountain town known for its silver, the Sea of Cortez, near La Paz, is where you can swim with whales and dolphins - and it’s much loved by kayakers.

If you’re interested in ancient Mexico you might also want to visit Puebla, known for traditional food, colourful pottery, friendly weather, colonial architecture and for being located between the two ancient indigenous settlements of Tlaxcla and Cholula, Cholula being the largest man-made monument ever constructed.

You’ll also want to visit the Yucatán Peninsula. Its coastline is a colourful display of bright azure waters, lush green jungle, white sands and silvery Mayan ruins. Its colonial cites are graceful, its resorts lively and its landscape - dotted with small villages and run through with national parks and biospheres - is largely unsullied by overdevelopment or unsightly construction. This is where you’ll find some of the world’s best diving and snorkelling, both at sea and in the strange cenotes or sinkholes which lie underneath the jungle. Some visitors are here for the pristine white sands of these Caribbean waters. For some people its the fun side of the resorts, with their party atmosphere, which is the main draw, and for some its the region’s wonderful history and incredible archaeological treasures and ruins.

Quintana Roo is the flashy bit of the Yucatán Peninsula. The bit with the spectacular Caribbean coastline and a scattering of incredible Mayan Ruins. Home to famous beach holiday destinations Cancún, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel and Tulum, Quintana Roo’s jungle interior has some wonderful Maya-Mexicano communities, as well as the spectacular ancient sights at Coba. Yucatán is the northern part of the peninsula, it’s where you’ll find Mérida, the region’s jungle-set colonial cultural capital. Valladolid is the other great Spanish colonial era city in Yucatán, and as well as being beautiful in its own right it’s also the closest city to Chichén Itzá, the Yucatán’s largest and most famous Mayan ruin - and included in the list of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

The Baja Peninsula has some of Mexico’s most wild and dramatic sea and landscapes, incorporating highlights like dormant volcanoes, old mission towns, brightly coloured rock formations, mysterious canyons, and people relaxing by beach shacks eating tacos and watching the sun set over the Pacific while other people surf incredible waves.

What not to Miss

It’s hard to imagine what you might consider unmissable across this vast and varied country, but here's our pick:

  • Mexico City’s art is everywhere and a living, breathing part of the city. Murals brighten up municipal buildings - start with Mexico's National Palace for Diego Rivera's 'Epic of the Mexican People'. There will be plenty of opportunity to see the work of Frida Kahlo - start in the Blue House, conveniently located by the Craft Market in the Plaza San Jacinto.
  • See the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico perform in the Palacio de Bellas Artes.
  • Seek out the Aztec nation within Mexico City at the Templo Mayor, the main temple of the Aztec nation, now fascinatingly excavated to reveal the different layers of the city's history. Then head over to Bosque de Chapultepec Park for the ancient forests and archaeological treasures housed in the National Anthropological Museum. Some people visit Mexico City solely to see this museum.
  • Visit the market at Tepoztlan for chillies of all kinds (and heats) and La Merced, the main food market - an excellent place to try antojitos (street finger food.). Then try out Mexico City's best cantinas. Obviously you'll be trying as many kinds of tequila as possible! You might want to start on the pink streets of the Zona Rosa. This is the hub of Mexico City's nightlife and always a good place to begin your evening and do some people watching.
  • Consider visiting Cuernavaca, called the City of Eternal Spring, for the weekend holiday atmosphere. It’s also close to Teopanzolco and Xochicalco. And it's got a wonderful palace, once the summer home of Herman Cortez, which is decorated with murals by Diego Rivera, thermal baths and a number of interesting museums.
  • About an hour's drive from Mexico City is Teotihuacán, one of the great ancient sites of the Americas: a whole ruined city once home to between 60,000 and 80,000 inhabitants.
  • The interior of the Yucatán Peninsula is littered with cenotes, magical inland diving holes, but also ancient Mayan ruins. Wonderfully ancient and astronomically correct, Chichén Itzá is the Yucatán’s largest and most famous Mayan ruin - and included in the list of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
  • About 90kms east of Chichén Itzá is the Pre-Columbian city of Coba - once home to 50,000 people. Ek Balam is close to the colonial beauty, Valladolid and Uxmal, the other major Mayan site, is just south of Mérida.
  • Close to Oaxaca, Monte Alban is one of the oldest and most impressive ruin sites in Latin America - a vast complex built atop a high mountain. And Palenque is famed for its elaborate paintings.
  • You probably also want to visit Tulum. Perched on a cliff, overlooking pristine beaches and an aquamarine sea, the ruins here make even the most banal holiday snaps beautiful.
  • Divers and snorkellers will definitely want to visit Cozumel. Between this island and the mainland are the spectacular coral gardens of the Palancar Reef and the Great Mayan Reef. As well as being beautiful the reefs are a magnet for marine life.
  • Seek out old mission towns along the Baja California, or colonial treasures on the Yucatán Peninsula.
  • Surf some of the 1200km coastline of Baja California.
  • Get lost in a desert canyon somewhere…

Use our guide to the best places to stay in Mexico and start to plan your trip of a lifetime!

Mexico City

  • Downtown is just two blocks from the central plaza and situated within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a 17 room property converted from a 17th century colonial palace and the rooms are all suites, beautifully designed with impressively high ceilings. There’s a rooftop bar and pool too.
  • The Hippodrome's intimate Mexican restaurant serving traditional and contemporary fare makes this a popular hotel for foodies. In the bohemian district. Condesa, it's luxuriously designed and has all the mod cons you need.
  • La Valise is an achingly hip, three room boutique property in the trendy Roma Norte district. The three suites are glass-fronted with contemporary art, dark wood floors and roll-top baths among other treats. Plus there’s an in-house chef who will serve up some Mexican favourites.
  • Being part of a chain of fun and funky hotels makes W one of the best places to stay in Mexico City for families. The colours are bright and bold, the staff are young and friendly and there are excellent views of the city.
  • The Busue Hotel is a smart, boutique-style property in a trendy neighbourhood with 11 individually designed rooms and suites - complete with wooden floors and nice antiques - and a fantastic restaurant serving regional favourites.

For the best of the Yucatán Peninsula

  • If you like the idea of a small property right on the beach then Encantada Tulum is a for you. There are just eight rooms and you’re set directly against a pristine stretch of white sand. The large terraces have incredible sea views and inside the deco is simple and chic with plenty of wood.
  • Or you could try the glorious combination of mustard ruins and chic contemporary design that is the Hacienda Uayamon, a tranquil, 12 room colonial escape. Rooms have high ceilings, black and white tiled floors, four poster beds and wonderful old ceiling fans. Three’s also a superb spa and an atmospheric restaurant.
  • Yucatán’s Hacienda San José is a stylish jungle escape with a world class spa. Accommodation is in a collection of 11 rooms and four very private villas. The villas have private jacuzzi pools and hanging double beds.
  • Tides Riviera Maya in Play del Carmen is a well secluded collection of 41 beautiful private villas surrounded by tropical forests - the only thing between you and the perfect white beach. As well as the beautiful beach this resort has private pools with beach views and an incredible spa which draws heavily on Mayan traditions. The restaurant is a fusion of Mediterranean and Mexican.
  • Nomade Tulum is a 38 room hotel in a stunning, beachfront spot. The accommodation is in a range of rustic tents, villas and suites and there’s a retreat feel to the place, and a great vegetarian restaurant.
  • Just outside Mérida, the Hacienda Xcanatun is a beautifully renovated, 18 room hacienda with traditional decor and some lovely antiques. The hacienda has two freshwater pool, a fabulous spa and a renowned gourmet restaurant. You’re also very well located for exploring Mayan ruins.

For a Beach Break

  • The Hotel Secreto on the Isla Mujeres, just off the coast of Cancún is a luxurious, 12 room boutique hotel in an extremely private spot overlooking its own private beach. The rooms have floor to ceiling windows overlooking the infinity pool and the beach, and original art works. Apparently the bar serves dangerously good Margaritas.
  • If you like the idea of a small property right on the beach then Encantada Tulum is a for you. There are just eight rooms and you’re set directly against a pristine stretch of white sand. The large terraces have incredible sea views and inside the deco is simple and chic with plenty of wood.
  • The Papaya Playa Project is a collection of 73 sustainable boho-chic rooms and cabanas on a secluded stretch of white sandy beach. The decor is hip and Mayan, while the beach club is hip and Mexican.
  • Playa del Carmen’s Viceroy Riviera Maya is a a stunning collection of 41 rooms and villas surrounded by tropical forest and white sand. The restaurant specialises in exceptional seafood and there’s a fantastic Mayan spa. Great if you want to relax on the beach or try every watersport under the sun.
  • The Nizuc Resort & Spa has a beachfront spot on the Punta Nizuc, which is just out of Cancún proper, and offers panoramic views of the Caribbean. This is a big hotel - with 274 rooms and suites - with chic, contemporary decor, a luxurious spa and a choice six onsite restaurants.
  • Boca Chica is a beachfront hotel on one of the 'arms' of Acapulco Bay, looking directly across the water to the little island of La Roqueta. You're not in the centre of town, so you'll find a relaxing haven here, but it also has a lively bar and its own nightclub, so you can dance the night away after swimming, golfing, fishing, snorkelling or cliff-diving the day away. The hotel also has a nice spa and a seafood restaurant.

For Foodies

  • Casa Oaxaca is a seven room hotel converted from a charming colonial building, also in the centre of old Oaxaca. Rooms are arranged around a central courtyard and there's a roof terrace, pool and private gardens. This is a great option for foodies, as the chef, and manager, is happy to offer Mexican cooking workshops.
  • The Hippodrome's intimate Mexican restaurant serving traditional and contemporary fare makes this a popular hotel for foodies. In the bohemian district. Condesa, it's luxuriously designed and has all the mod cons you need.
  • Flor de Mayo is a well located 24 room hotel with a floral theme. It's a relaxing place, with a lovely pool, spa and gym, a delightful sun terrace and a gourmet restaurant.
  • La Purificadora started life as a water factory and is now a stylish 26 room design hotel. The old facades and big, cavernous spaces are wonderfully combined with modern design and there's a great rooftop pool with city views, an excellent spa and a lively restaurant popular with the locals.

For Traditional Mexico

  • Casa na Bolom in San Cristobal de las Casas is a charming museum to the Lacandon people, plus a 16 room boutique hotel. Each uniquely decorated room is a treasure trove of indigenous art, artefacts and handicrafts and all proceeds of the hotel go to the Lacandon people.
  • The Parador Santa Maria in Chiapas, is an historic building in an incredibly lush setting. There are just eight traditional rooms with dark, solid furniture, exposed stonework and cool, tiled floors. There’s also a museum and a pool, and you’re close to the archaeological site of Chinkultic.
  • El Sueno Hotel & Spa is a relic of colonial Mexico, but a very beautiful one: a centuries old townhouse converted into a chic, 11 room, family-run hotel packed with bold colour and character - think cast iron beds and contemporary art.
  • La Casa de la Marquesa has been converted from an 18th century building in the beautiful, colonial heart of Querétaro. There are 13 elegant, opulent rooms furnished with antiques.

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Travel Information

  • Most visitors flying to Mexico City arrive via the Benito Juarez International Airport, which is in the eastern part of the city. Cancún Airport is convenient for the Yucatán Peninsula, Mérida Airport also receives international flights, as does Cozumel Airport, La Paz International Airport and Acapulco Airport, among others, though many airports call themselves international but just serve domestic and US destinations.
  • If you want to hire a car we recommend you visit our online partner, Rentalcars.
  • Mexico is a vast country with very varied weather across it. If you’re travelling across multiple destinations then the best time to visit, based on the weather, is probably between December and April when it’s cooler and dryer. If you’re coming to the Caribbean coasts you definitely need to be aware of the hurricane season, which roughly runs from June to November.

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  • Casa Ticul 20 rooms from £44

    Playa del Carmen (LT 08 MZ 151 Col Zacil-Ha)

    Intimate, adult-only boutique hotel combines traditional looks with contemporary comforts. Bright rooms and the courtyard swimming pool make this an ideal place for exploring by day, and relaxing in the evening. Breakfast is served poolside and is the perfect way to start the day. Great beach spot.

    Romantic Break  -  An adults only hotel built for romance, the palatial suites come with private terraces and hot tubs.
    Swimming Pool  -  Small outdoor plunge pool
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only.
    Full of character
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  • Pousada Mawimbi 11 rooms from £98

    Holbox

    A colourful boutique property surrounded by palm trees and set on a white sandy beach. White washed rooms are the epitome of boho-chic with natural materials and bright fabrics. Dine on Mexican delicacies and sip cocktails whilst admiring the sunset. The perfect spot for totally unwinding.

    Beach Life  -  Located on an island that captures the tropical dream.
    Birdwatching  -  Visit Isla Morena (Bird's Island) and admire the many different varities including flamingoes.
    Diving  -  Learn how to dive with PADI certified instructors.
    Kayaking  -  The hotel provides kayaks free of charge.
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  • Hotel Tiki Tiki 15 rooms from £100

    Tulum (Entre Av. 5 Sur y Av. 10 Sur)

    A small boutique hotel set in quiet leafy surrounds on the edge of Tulum. Light airy rooms feature plenty of glass, minimalist style, small terraces and luxury bathrooms. A large central pool is the perfect spot to unwind by. Well priced, chic style and easy access to Tulum's beaches. Superb.

    Value chic  -  A reasonably priced stay with Miami-chic style.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sian Ka’an.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Zamas Hotel 20 rooms from £111

    Tulum (Quintana Roo)

    A laid-back property located on one of the best stretches of beach in Tulum. Rustic-chic rooms feature wooden furniture, tiled floors, pastel colours and plenty of light. The private villa perfectly serves families. A beach-side restaurant serves up traditional Mayan fare. The ideal beach escape.

    Beach Life  -  Located on a stunning white sandy beach and with serious laid-backed vibes.
    Sights nearby  -  The property is just 10 minutes from the nearest Mayan ruins.
    Diving  -  Open water, cave and cenote diving all available nearby.
    Fishing  -  Fly fish in the Sian Ka’an biosphere.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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  • Room Mate Valentina 62 rooms from £61

    Mexico City (Ver Mapa)

    A near-futuristic hotel boasting a very central location. Vibrant rooms feature brightly coloured Aztec inspired designs on the walls, luxurious bathrooms and plenty of gadgets. Indulgent breakfasts are served and staff are incredibly friendly. Easy access to the city's attractions. Very chic.

    City Style  -  An uber contemporary hotel well located off Paseo de la Reforma.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the impressive golden Angel de la Independencia.
    Quirky  -  An experience!
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices
  • El Patio 77 8 rooms from £81

    Mexico City

    A hip B&B hitting the mark on style, sustainability and location. A grand building, lovingly renovated, mixing antiques and contemporary pieces. Stunning rooms feature four-posters and luxurious bathrooms. The owners have created a laid-back vibe popular with families, artists and lovers alike.

    City Style  -  A hip B&B perfectly combining chic style and sustainibility.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the impressive Monumento a la Revolución and ride the glass elevator to the top.
    Local markets  -  Wander through the enormous San Cosme Mercado and get a real taste of the city.
    Great walks  -  Take a walk through the picturesque Alameda Central.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices

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  • Casa Ticul 20 rooms from £44

    Playa del Carmen (LT 08 MZ 151 Col Zacil-Ha)

    Intimate, adult-only boutique hotel combines traditional looks with contemporary comforts. Bright rooms and the courtyard swimming pool make this an ideal place for exploring by day, and relaxing in the evening. Breakfast is served poolside and is the perfect way to start the day. Great beach spot.

    Romantic Break  -  An adults only hotel built for romance, the palatial suites come with private terraces and hot tubs.
    Swimming Pool  -  Small outdoor plunge pool
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • BE Playa 23 rooms from £100

    Playa del Carmen

    A chic boutique property in Mexico's beach resort town of Playa del Carmen. Contemporary rooms feature crisp white linen, clean lines, wooden floors and the best have hot tubs with a view. A rooftop pool, hip bar and creative seafood restaurant really make this hotel stand out.

    Beach Life  -  Boasting a rooftop pool, seafood restaurant and located just minutes beach.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Hacienda Sepulveda 25 rooms from £97

    Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco

    A stunning boutique property set in picturesque rural Oaxaca. Individually designed rooms are traditional in style with high beamed ceilings, exposed stone, hanging tapestries and antique furniture. Gourmet cuisine is served in the converted barn and exemplary massages offered in the spa. Fabulous.

    Romantic Break  -  Couples should opt for Casa Santiago with its candles and in-room marble jacuzzi.
    Spa breaks  -  Offering an extensive treatment list in utterly tranquil surrounds.
    Great walks  -  Take romantic strolls starting straight from the property door.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 13 are welcome.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Demetria Hotel 39 rooms from £99

    Guanajuato (LAFAYETTE-GUADALAJARA-JALISCO)

    An uber contemporary hotel located in the heart of Guadalajara. Sleek rooms feature floor to ceiling windows allowing for epic city views to be enjoyed right from your bed. Plus a hip art shop, gallery and rooftop pool. With easy access to the city's main attractions this is a winning choice.

    City Style  -  A hip spot complete with regional art, rooftop pool and cool contemporary style.
    Sights nearby  -  Just a short stroll from the impressive city Cathedral.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Las Brisas 251 rooms from £88

    Acapulco (Fracc Marina Brisas)

    Las Brisas sits in luscious gardens atop a hill overlooking Acapulco Bay. It features contemporary casitas which share a pool between 3 of them whilst the suites have their own private pools. Make use of the free bus service to spend the afternoon at the private beach club! A wonderful experience.

    Beach Life  -  The property is just 5 minutes from the beach so you can easily wander over and spend your days lounging by the seaside
    Total relaxation  -  Bask in your beautiful surroundings, enjoy the view and treat yourself to a massage or spa session
    Sights nearby  -  Rent one fo their jeeps and go check out the Chapel of Peace, House of Culture or San Diego Fort
    Great walks  -  Wander down the beach along the coast at sunset and admire the stunning views
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  • Viceroy Zihuatanejo 70 rooms from £164

    Zihuatanejo

    A beach front classic boasting stunning views, excellent service and chic style. Individually designed suites feature muslin draped beds, enormous terraces and windows that perfectly frame the surrounds. A glorious spa is utterly spoiling and the restaurant lives up to expectations too. Fabulous.

    Beach Life  -  A luxury property located right on the white sands of Mexico's longest beach.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Hotel Hacienda Merida 12 rooms from £99

    Mérida (No 439 x 51 y 53 Centro)

    Unlike its traditional facade, this hacienda, located in the heart of Merida is contemporary in style. There is a bar and a chlorine-free pool. Whilst only breakfast is served, you are stumbling distance from the bars and cafes of Plaza Mayor. Book early for the balcony rooms!

    Local markets  -  Mercado Maya for local souvenires such as Panama hats and hammocks
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the beautiful Iglesia de Jesus
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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  • Casa Lecanda 7 rooms from £159

    Mérida (Centro)

    Casa Lecanda is situated in central Mérida. It offers smart rooms with high ceilings, tiled floors and large bathrooms whilst there's also an outdoor pool-perfect for a refreshing dip to escape the heat! Visit the wine bar and enjoy international cuisine in their restaurant. A superb city choice!

    Sights nearby  -  Go see La Mejorada Park, Merida Cathedral or the Main Square (all of which are within walking distance)
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
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  • Casa Ticul 20 rooms from £44

    Playa del Carmen (LT 08 MZ 151 Col Zacil-Ha)

    Intimate, adult-only boutique hotel combines traditional looks with contemporary comforts. Bright rooms and the courtyard swimming pool make this an ideal place for exploring by day, and relaxing in the evening. Breakfast is served poolside and is the perfect way to start the day. Great beach spot.

    Romantic Break  -  An adults only hotel built for romance, the palatial suites come with private terraces and hot tubs.
    Swimming Pool  -  Small outdoor plunge pool
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Pousada Mawimbi 11 rooms from £98

    Holbox

    A colourful boutique property surrounded by palm trees and set on a white sandy beach. White washed rooms are the epitome of boho-chic with natural materials and bright fabrics. Dine on Mexican delicacies and sip cocktails whilst admiring the sunset. The perfect spot for totally unwinding.

    Beach Life  -  Located on an island that captures the tropical dream.
    Birdwatching  -  Visit Isla Morena (Bird's Island) and admire the many different varities including flamingoes.
    Diving  -  Learn how to dive with PADI certified instructors.
    Kayaking  -  The hotel provides kayaks free of charge.
    Check prices

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  • Hotel Tiki Tiki 15 rooms from £100

    Tulum (Entre Av. 5 Sur y Av. 10 Sur)

    A small boutique hotel set in quiet leafy surrounds on the edge of Tulum. Light airy rooms feature plenty of glass, minimalist style, small terraces and luxury bathrooms. A large central pool is the perfect spot to unwind by. Well priced, chic style and easy access to Tulum's beaches. Superb.

    Value chic  -  A reasonably priced stay with Miami-chic style.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sian Ka’an.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check prices
  • Zamas Hotel 20 rooms from £111

    Tulum (Quintana Roo)

    A laid-back property located on one of the best stretches of beach in Tulum. Rustic-chic rooms feature wooden furniture, tiled floors, pastel colours and plenty of light. The private villa perfectly serves families. A beach-side restaurant serves up traditional Mayan fare. The ideal beach escape.

    Beach Life  -  Located on a stunning white sandy beach and with serious laid-backed vibes.
    Sights nearby  -  The property is just 10 minutes from the nearest Mayan ruins.
    Diving  -  Open water, cave and cenote diving all available nearby.
    Fishing  -  Fly fish in the Sian Ka’an biosphere.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices

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  • Room Mate Valentina 62 rooms from £61

    Mexico City (Ver Mapa)

    A near-futuristic hotel boasting a very central location. Vibrant rooms feature brightly coloured Aztec inspired designs on the walls, luxurious bathrooms and plenty of gadgets. Indulgent breakfasts are served and staff are incredibly friendly. Easy access to the city's attractions. Very chic.

    City Style  -  An uber contemporary hotel well located off Paseo de la Reforma.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the impressive golden Angel de la Independencia.
    Quirky  -  An experience!
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices
  • El Patio 77 8 rooms from £81

    Mexico City

    A hip B&B hitting the mark on style, sustainability and location. A grand building, lovingly renovated, mixing antiques and contemporary pieces. Stunning rooms feature four-posters and luxurious bathrooms. The owners have created a laid-back vibe popular with families, artists and lovers alike.

    City Style  -  A hip B&B perfectly combining chic style and sustainibility.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the impressive Monumento a la Revolución and ride the glass elevator to the top.
    Local markets  -  Wander through the enormous San Cosme Mercado and get a real taste of the city.
    Great walks  -  Take a walk through the picturesque Alameda Central.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices

See all » 9 hotels in Playa del Carmen

  • Casa Ticul 20 rooms from £44

    Playa del Carmen (LT 08 MZ 151 Col Zacil-Ha)

    Intimate, adult-only boutique hotel combines traditional looks with contemporary comforts. Bright rooms and the courtyard swimming pool make this an ideal place for exploring by day, and relaxing in the evening. Breakfast is served poolside and is the perfect way to start the day. Great beach spot.

    Romantic Break  -  An adults only hotel built for romance, the palatial suites come with private terraces and hot tubs.
    Swimming Pool  -  Small outdoor plunge pool
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only.
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • BE Playa 23 rooms from £100

    Playa del Carmen

    A chic boutique property in Mexico's beach resort town of Playa del Carmen. Contemporary rooms feature crisp white linen, clean lines, wooden floors and the best have hot tubs with a view. A rooftop pool, hip bar and creative seafood restaurant really make this hotel stand out.

    Beach Life  -  Boasting a rooftop pool, seafood restaurant and located just minutes beach.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check prices

See all » 7 hotels in Jalisco

  • Hacienda Sepulveda 25 rooms from £97

    Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco

    A stunning boutique property set in picturesque rural Oaxaca. Individually designed rooms are traditional in style with high beamed ceilings, exposed stone, hanging tapestries and antique furniture. Gourmet cuisine is served in the converted barn and exemplary massages offered in the spa. Fabulous.

    Romantic Break  -  Couples should opt for Casa Santiago with its candles and in-room marble jacuzzi.
    Spa breaks  -  Offering an extensive treatment list in utterly tranquil surrounds.
    Great walks  -  Take romantic strolls starting straight from the property door.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 13 are welcome.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Demetria Hotel 39 rooms from £99

    Guanajuato (LAFAYETTE-GUADALAJARA-JALISCO)

    An uber contemporary hotel located in the heart of Guadalajara. Sleek rooms feature floor to ceiling windows allowing for epic city views to be enjoyed right from your bed. Plus a hip art shop, gallery and rooftop pool. With easy access to the city's main attractions this is a winning choice.

    City Style  -  A hip spot complete with regional art, rooftop pool and cool contemporary style.
    Sights nearby  -  Just a short stroll from the impressive city Cathedral.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Las Brisas 251 rooms from £88

    Acapulco (Fracc Marina Brisas)

    Las Brisas sits in luscious gardens atop a hill overlooking Acapulco Bay. It features contemporary casitas which share a pool between 3 of them whilst the suites have their own private pools. Make use of the free bus service to spend the afternoon at the private beach club! A wonderful experience.

    Beach Life  -  The property is just 5 minutes from the beach so you can easily wander over and spend your days lounging by the seaside
    Total relaxation  -  Bask in your beautiful surroundings, enjoy the view and treat yourself to a massage or spa session
    Sights nearby  -  Rent one fo their jeeps and go check out the Chapel of Peace, House of Culture or San Diego Fort
    Great walks  -  Wander down the beach along the coast at sunset and admire the stunning views
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  • Viceroy Zihuatanejo 70 rooms from £164

    Zihuatanejo

    A beach front classic boasting stunning views, excellent service and chic style. Individually designed suites feature muslin draped beds, enormous terraces and windows that perfectly frame the surrounds. A glorious spa is utterly spoiling and the restaurant lives up to expectations too. Fabulous.

    Beach Life  -  A luxury property located right on the white sands of Mexico's longest beach.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Hotel Hacienda Merida 12 rooms from £99

    Mérida (No 439 x 51 y 53 Centro)

    Unlike its traditional facade, this hacienda, located in the heart of Merida is contemporary in style. There is a bar and a chlorine-free pool. Whilst only breakfast is served, you are stumbling distance from the bars and cafes of Plaza Mayor. Book early for the balcony rooms!

    Local markets  -  Mercado Maya for local souvenires such as Panama hats and hammocks
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the beautiful Iglesia de Jesus
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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  • Casa Lecanda 7 rooms from £159

    Mérida (Centro)

    Casa Lecanda is situated in central Mérida. It offers smart rooms with high ceilings, tiled floors and large bathrooms whilst there's also an outdoor pool-perfect for a refreshing dip to escape the heat! Visit the wine bar and enjoy international cuisine in their restaurant. A superb city choice!

    Sights nearby  -  Go see La Mejorada Park, Merida Cathedral or the Main Square (all of which are within walking distance)
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
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