Our favorite destinations in Mexico

With 26 UNESCO-declared world heritage sites, charming colonial towns and dozens of thrilling cities, there’s plenty to explore in Mexico. Outside the cities, stunning Pacific beaches, stark deserts, mangrove swamps and swimming holes provide all you need for a relaxing, romantic or adventurous vacation.

Viceroy Los Cabo

On the Sea of Cortés in Baja, at the edge of the horizon, Viceroy Los Cabos is like no other place on earth. The architecturally stunning concept by Miguel Angel Aragonés lures you into a quiet state of mind with its cinematic views and striking architecture around every turn. Be a part of the scene and restore your spirit with immersive experiences throughout the hotel. The resort is crowned by five restaurants and lounges, a rooftop bar and a holistic-focused spa. The historic Colonial streets of San José del Cabo are nearby, as are endless opportunities for outdoor adventure on land and sea. Yet staying right in your guest room—where sunlight streams through floor-to-ceiling windows and you have your very own private patio or balcony—may be just the life-changing experience you need.

Palmaia – The House of AiA

Set between the tropical jungle foliage and the picturesque turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea sits the quintessence of a sustainable wellness resort in Mexico. A secluded sanctuary with oceanfront swim up suites, jungle spa, gourmet restaurants overseen by chefs who have trained in Michelin-starred restaurants from around the globe, locally sourced plant-based cuisine, private beach, infinity pools and en suite dining sets The House of AïA apart from other luxury wellness retreats. The exquisitely designed oceanfront suites complemented by stunning ocean views, elegant décor, and holistic amenities are unlike anything else in the Riviera Maya. The resort offers a level of seclusion often associated with far-flung island resorts and an atmosphere of tranquility you would expect from a yoga retreat. Guests will have the perfect opportunity to reestablish the connection between mind and body with guided meditation sessions, yoga classes, sound baths, energy healing and more, all while immersed in the vibrant jungle energy of the Mayan Riviera. The House of AïA also offers guests access to the excellent Atlantis Spa where jungle inspired architecture blends seamlessly together with modern design and tranquil treatment rooms. Guests can indulge in a number of spa treatments including ayurvedic treatments, Temazcal ceremonies, steam room sessions, relaxing massage and more.

Las Ventanas al Paraíso

On the dramatic desert coastline of Los Cabos, where sun, sand and sea converge, Las Ventanas al Paraíso, a Rosewood Resort consistently redefines pampering and pleasure with incomparable service and attention to detail. Much admired for its architecture and artistry, this remarkable resort is distinguished by the constant attention to detail and striving for something better. The exquisite design of Las Ventanas creates a uniquely beautiful setting for Los Cabos vacations, and the resort’s approach to landscaping is key to its look and feel. Designed to be in harmony and oneness with the local ambiance, Las Ventanas nestles into the natural slope and contours of the land. The external color scheme reflects the white of the sands and ocean surf.

Since opening in 1997, this desert beach hideaway has captivated guests with expansive suites, inspired cuisine and The Spa at Las Ventanas, the resort’s sanctuary of renewal and revitalization. Throughout the resort, pampering and reaching out with special touches are the hallmark of refined hospitality.

The exquisite design of Las Ventanas creates a uniquely beautiful setting for Los Cabos vacations, and the resort’s approach to landscaping is key to its look and feel. Designed to be in harmony and become one with the local ambiance, Las Ventanas nestles into the natural slope and contours of the land, and the external color scheme reflects the white of the sands and ocean surf.

With respect for the desert-to-ocean terrain and ecology, Las Ventanas avoids non-native tropical foliage, incorporating indigenous plants whose natural requirements and characteristics are appropriate to the local climate. Such varietals include cactus, succulents and other desert plants; many are blooming varieties that splash the resort with brilliant colors.

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