Where to Stay: Mexico’s Newest and Hottest Hotels of 2016

If you’re looking for the newest and hottest hotels in the world, Mexico is a great place to start. In  Condé Nast Traveller’s 2016 Hot List picks, Mexico made the list for best new hotels in the world.

Next time you visit Mexico, consider letting us arrange a stay for you in one of these hotels:

Nomade – Tulum

Located in Tulum the new boutique hotel NĂ´made is the latest creation of architect Sebastian Sas, the same mastermind behind Be Tulum and spa Yäan. Opened just last December, the 37 suites and 2 villas fit with Tulum’s boho-chic vibe, incorporating details such as dream catchers, bamboo, and hammocks; and offering retreats, workshops, and talks led by spiritual healers and therapists in order to  create a space “in a sacred land where the mind, body and soul will be delighted and fulfilled by mother nature.” CondĂ© Nast calls the hotel “manifestly jet-set” referencing the luxurious linens and robes and boasts the rooms all have private terraces with jumbo beanbags just steps from the hotel’s quarter-mile private beach.
Condé Nast Traveller 2016 Hot List- Nomade, Tulum


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Casa Fayette – Guadalajara

Grupo Habita’s new boutique hotel Casa Fayette occupies an original 1940’s mansion with an adjacent new tower designed with the Habita’s signature clever and retro aesthetics. Opened in September of last year, the hotel features 37 rooms and suites, a bar, restaurant, pool, spa, terrace, and Barber shop.  CondĂ© Nast calls attention to the hotel’s “antique brass and wood bar for sampling the mezcal and tequila for which the region is known” and boasts the ideal location in the Fayette neighborhood steps from local bars, restaurants, and galleries.
Condé Nast Traveller 2016 Hot List- Casa Fayette, Guadalajara



The Cape, A Thompson Hotel – Cabo San Lucas

Contemporary, trendy, and chic, The Cape by Thompson Hotels brings a boutique design hotel feel to an exclusive corner of Los Cabos. The hotel embodies a beachfront retreat with every room overlooking the famous El Arco landmark. CondĂ© Nast points out “It’s refreshingly grown-up, perfect for couples, but without an ounce of pretension” and that it’s the only rooftop lounge in Cabo with best views of the sunset.
Condé Nast Traveler 2016 Hot List- The Cape, Los Cabos

The Cape, A Thompson Hotel - Los Cabos

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