Experience the Mexican Caribbean, unplugged, at Casa Chablé. Located 22 miles south of Tulum in the Sian Ka’an biosphere, the property offers ultimate seclusion, immersion in nature, and tranquility. Sian Ka´an is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its vast biodiversity and natural wonder, boasting tropical forests, beautiful beaches, mangroves, marshes and barrier reefs.
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The Alest forms part of the vibrant Polanco neighborhood, home to some of Mexico City´s best art galleries, upscale restaurants, and luxury shopping.
El Callejón boutique hotel is located in the old Xochimilco neighborhood on the north side of downtown Oaxaca. Step out to explore the city´s Zócalo (main square), churches, and shops, stopping to taste the amazing flavors Oaxaca is celebrated for.
Künük offers a tranquil stay in the center of Mérida City, the Yucatán´s cultural capital where colorful streets, grand monuments and historic buildings are waiting to be explored.
This idyllic property has one of the most chilled out locations in the Mexican Caribbean, Holbox Island. A two-hour drive and 20-minute ferry ride from Cancun, white sand beaches, beautiful turquoise waters and the absence of cars offer a haven for visitors to simply relax in nature.
Enjoy a stay in the heart of Mérida at the Treehouse Hotel. This adults-only boutique is located just a block away from the Paseo de Montejo, a wide tree-lined avenue with opulent mansions that remain from the city´s bygone aristocracy.
This beautiful boutique hotel can be found in the center of Mérida, just 15 minutes from the city´s international airport and a couple of blocks walking to the iconic yellow Ermita Church. The Yucatan´s capital city is known for its colonial-era buildings, old henequin haciendas and the grand Paseo de Montejo Avenue.
This striking hotel oasis lies around a 40-minute drive north of Puerto Escondido on Oaxaca´s Pacific coast. Surrounded by mountains and cacti-studded jungle foliage, Terrestre is a rejuvenating retreat into nature that operates with 100% solar power.
Tucked away in the dynamic neighborhood of Polanco, this newly renovated property blends the service of a high-end hotel with the sense of staying at an impeccable private residence.
Find this beautiful Oaxacan hotel in the town of La Barra de Colotepec, where the eponymous river flows into the Pacific Ocean. Located around 6km southeast of Puerto Escondido, Casona Sforza exists within its natural surroundings, sitting on golden sands dotted with mangroves.
Hotel Escondido lies right in the center of Oaxaca City, perfect for stepping out to explore charming streets, delicious local food and markets bursting with textiles and artisan crafts.
Right in the heart of Oaxaca City’s historical centre, Pug Seal Zapoteco has an enviable location just a few blocks from the Zócalo Main Square and Metropolitan Cathedral. Step out onto the colorful streets, surrounded by mountains, and soak up the sights, smells and culture of this wonderful city.
Casa Hoyos, once home to the eponymous family business, is now a striking, luxury boutique run by the 4th generation. The hotel sits in San Miguel de Allende’s picturesque center, treasured for its romance and historical charm. Step outside to discover the city’s iconic pink Parish and array of architectural styles, as you wander the cobblestone streets that pass restaurants, designer shops and art galleries.
A tastefully restored, English-style mansion, Hotel Brick is located in one of the coolest neighborhoods in Mexico City, Roma Norte. This hidden gem, on the beautiful Orizaba Street, is perfectly placed for wandering out to the area’s vibrant scene of parks, cafes, art galleries and restaurants.
Ideally located right in the heart of downtown Mexico City, Círculo Mexicano is a unique lifestyle hotel. With important historical sites like the National Palace, Bellas Artes and Plaza de la Constitución within walking distance, it’s a great spot from which to explore the city.
Housed in the oldest estate in Chihuahua city, Central Hotel Boutique offers a delicate blend of old-world Mexico and modern comforts. The property in which it sits, Casa Trias, was completed in 1845 and owned, at the time, by General Angel Trias, a former governor of Chihuahua and close friend to the 26th president of Mexico, Benito Juarez.
Ideally located in Mexico City’s affluent Polanco neighborhood, Pug Seal Anatole France boasts easy access to world-class shopping, the beautiful Chapultepec Park, and a host of museums. But this boutique Mexico City hotel should be considered an attraction all in itself.