Cities for Luxury Travelers in Mexico
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- 1258 reviews
There is a hotel for every budget in Cancun. The good hotels are modern and world class and the budget hotels are exactly that. What attracts the masses are the white sand beaches that go on for days. The crystal clear waters and more activities than you could do in a lifetime.
- 2134 reviews
Just a beautiful place! My hotel pueblo Bonita Pacifica property! Going back next year
- 398 reviews
Puerto Vallarta is a perfect blend of everything for all travelers. There is culture, nightlife, parasailing and jungle. I can't even get into all the things that are available. Try horseback riding in the jungle or ziplining. Enjoy the Malacon at night and the stunning Pacific Coast during the day.
- 4148 reviews
The Royal Playa del Carmen is a high luxury resort with five star service and outstanding cuisine. Have been back five times. Only challenge is that they try to sell you a timeshare. Stay away from anyone in the reception area in white uniforms offering tours as they want to try to get you to attend a timeshare workshop. If ...
- 592 reviews
Tulum area is beautiful! Stay at boutique hotel/resort Ensencia. It is located away from the tourist area on a white sand beach on the Caribbean Sea. The service, food and attention to detail is great. If you want to get out, take a cab into the hotel district of Tulum to have dinner at Hartwood. The ambiance and food is ...
- 646 reviews
Incredibly charming/festive main street in the heart of the Island (Hidalgo Avenue). Outdoor dining a plenty.
- 726 reviews
The biggest city on the Yucatan Peninsula, but it still feels like a village downtown. The city has been very proactive in keeping the center of the city vibrant, and sponsors live music and other events every night of the week. The colonial buildings are gorgeous (many getting redone by expats), and the market is massive and fascinating.
- 823 reviews
Awesome place to stay in sayulita mexico!! Will definitely be back. http://www.casabravasayulita.com
- 938 reviews
The difference between San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, as an experience is night and day. There is not the extreme nightlife and you won't feel like you are in hipster hell. There are many 5* Hotels, upscale restaurants and more quality Mexican experiences. My preference.
- 109 reviews
We invite you to explore the "real" Baja. Sophisticated, relaxing and the gateway to so many outdoor thrills. Welcome to La Paz.
- 113 reviews
I've never stayed at any of the listed places, but check out gogobot's 'Vacation Rentals' link on the right hand side of the page. It's kinda hidden in plain view under 'Explore Bucerias'.
- 12108 reviews
@scout helped me much and Cozumel is amazing. Just have to know the right spots
- 1368 reviews
Chichen Itza is one of the most mind-blowing archeological sites on the planet. The sprawling complex of pyramids, temples, and other sites (including a court for an early version of basketball where the losers lost their heads) is amazing. It is a couple of hours drive from Cancun or Tulum.
- 1411 reviews
Such an amazing place to visit. A great day trip while visiting Mexico City, as it's such a rich part of Mexican history and is great for all ages. The pyramids will blow you away, so remarkable and giving off a feeling of rich culture and history. I was a child when I visited and it was unforgettable. It felt ...
- 1540 reviews
Well, Guadalajara is a huge city, too much to see, but don't miss the Cathedral, the Plaza of Mariachis, Tlaqupaque -a little artesanal town- in the outskirts of the city- there lots of things to see and food worth it, in el Parian, visit in every city you are the local mercados. Remember Mexico is very big, and most modern ...
- 16262 reviews
Daniel Ovadia's new restaurant in Polanco: Morablanca. Delicious pastries and desserts make a remarkable hot place in the city.
- 1716 reviews
Todos Santos is a charming town about 40 minutes north of Cabo (note, that means 2 hours drive from the airport). The town itself is only a few blocks by a few blocks, but it's chock full of galleries, little shops, and charming old buildings. It's slow and sleepy, and the locals say "9pm is Todos Santos' midnight". It's a ...
- 1830 reviews
Ensenada "enseh-na-dah" is a coastal city in Baja California, Mexico, a little over an hour away from the Tijuana/US border (78 mi) and easily accessible. It's the third-largest city in Baja California located on the Baja California Peninsula. It's locally referred to as La Cenicienta del Pacífico or "The Cinderella of the Pacific". Very good seafood, nice hotels/resorts with gorgeous ...
- 1967 reviews
There is a lot to do, see and experience in Tijuana. As with many foreign countries, be familiar with the laws and try not to stand out. Wearing valuables in public is not a good idea, also, don't be a drunk American with no regard for the local authorities.
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- 2024 reviews
Europeans and Americans love this colonial town. It is considered a historic site and Unesco heritage of the world. The main square is the heart of San Miguel de Allende. Lots of restaurants and galleries! Nightlife is good during weekends, in a bohemian kind of way though.