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Mexico (7)

St. Regis

Mexico City

In a city where pre-Hispanic myths and colonial-era grandeur offer a dramatic backdrop to cutting-edge fashion, culture and gastronomy, The St. Regis Mexico City captures its diverse, distinctive surroundings as no other hotel in Mexico City. Only at this discreet and uncompromising destination can guests take pleasure in legendary St. Regis Butler service, available to fulfill every need with crisp precision. Explore Mexico City’s past, present and future, uncover its rare and refined treasures and enjoy a fully tailored journey that is beyond compare.

The 31-story hotel sits on one of Mexico City's most important avenues, Reforma, with exceptional views of some major landmarks: Castillo Chapultepec, the Angel of Independence statue, and the Diana the Huntress fountain, which sits right in front of the hotel.

Whether guests choose to simply cocoon in this inviting sanctuary or to work on business, the latest technologies provide every convenience and pleasure. 24-hour St. Regis Butler Service make it possible to live without compromise.


Four Seasons

Mexico City

Bringing together all the best of Mexico City, the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City rises on the grand boulevard of Paseo de la Reforma – steps from Chapultepec Park and the hot neighbourhoods of Condesa and Polanco.

Leave behind the busy capital and step into the exclusive world of Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F. – a meeting place for international travellers and Mexico City’s elite.

Set around a magnificent garden courtyard, our 240 deluxe rooms and luxury suites offer a cool update on colonial style. Connect with the vibrant local social scene in our restaurants and bars. Then find tranquillity in our sunny rooftop Wellness Area with spa, fitness and swimming. It’s like a staying in a Mexican home – warm and intimate – with a team of Four Seasons experts always ready to assist.

Named the world’s #1 place to go in 2016 by the New York Times, Mexico City is a vast, dazzling capital – combining ancient Aztec history with cool architecture from the 1960s and ’70s and today’s ultra-modern landmarks. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City puts you in the middle of everything –  convenient to culture in the Zocalo and historic city centre and close to the hottest restaurants and shopping in Polanco, Condesa and Roma. Just steps away from our five-star hotel, the magnificent Chapultepec Park –   larger than New York’s Central Park –  features a castle on a hilltop and nine of the city’s more than 150 museums.


One&Only Palmilla

Los Cabos

Set amongst the stunning natural geography of the Baja Peninsula alongside the Sea of Cortez, One&Only Palmilla affords extraordinary views of the Los Cabos landscape and beachfront access to one of the few swimmable beaches in the entire region.
Situated on 55 acres at the tip of the Los Cabos peninsula, the One&Only Palmilla was originally built in 1956 and features one of the few swimmable beaches in the area, as well as a signature spa and four restaurants. The property has played host to Hollywood celebrities since its opening. Set away from the area's party scene, the secluded setting provides guests with a luxurious and tranquil vibe.
The resort offers a variety of accommodation types, ranging from oceanfront guest rooms to two- or four-bedroom villas. Guest rooms feature Moorish Mexican-inspired decor like dark wood furniture, wool rugs, antique doors and decorative tiles. All rooms have 24-hour shared butler service, private balconies with daybeds, Bose sound systems, flat-screen TVs and bathrooms with double vanities and robes and slippers.

The resort has three pools and the private Pelican Beach. All pools are surrounded by lounge chairs and umbrellas. The private beach, one of the area’s only swimmable beaches, offers chaise lounges, umbrellas and floating beds.
The resort’s Palmilla Golf Club offers a 27-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed championship golf course.


Rosewood Mayakoba

Experience a world of luxury and refined beauty at Rosewood Mayakoba, a Riviera Maya resort, surrounded by emerald jungles and pristine white beaches.

Located south of Cancun, Mexico and north of Playa del Carmen, Rosewood Mayakoba is the heart of a 1,600-acre luxury resort enclave. It lies along a mile of pristine Caribbean sand in the Riviera Maya surrounded by a verdant jungle. A journey to this serene Playa del Carmen luxury resort captivates the soul with stunning natural beauty and pure refinement.

Since its grand opening in 2008, Rosewood Mayakoba beckons guests in search of the ultimate escape. Inspired by Mayan traditions, this beautiful resort enclave sits along a mile‐long arc of white Caribbean sand, nestled just north of the picturesque waterfront town of Playa del Carmen. Designed to blend harmony with natural landscapes, Rosewood Mayakoba is an oasis of luxury offering 130 suites with private plunge pools, rooftop sundecks, garden showers, individual docks and the finest modern design and details. For further peace of mind, the resort is built to abide by the highest of eco-standards, offering indulgence with awareness, and has received the Rainforest Alliance Certification.


Banyan Tree Mayakoba

Banyan Tree Mayakoba is a site of almost mythical beauty. It flawlessly blends elegance and nature, in exquisite harmony, taking the Caribbean lifestyle to an unprecedented new height. A breathtaking getaway for relaxation, rejuvenation, romance and world-class dining, it is also the region’s most sustainable five-star resort. With its revitalized culinary concepts, Thai-inspired therapies at the Banyan Tree Spa, 14 event-venues and the Greg Norman signature 18-hole El Camaleón golf course, home to the PGA Tour Mayakoba Classic, the resort raises the bar for leisure options and event planning.

Banyan Tree Mayakoba presents intimate accommodations with freestanding, private villas furnished with Mayan-inspired decor and furnishings. The ideal tropical haven, each villa at the resort includes sliding doors that open to individual tropical gardens, private swimming pool, and terrace with hammocks, outdoor lounges, and views of the pristine coastline.

As the first Banyan Tree property in the Americas, Banyan Tree Mayakoba sets the benchmark for vacationing in the Riviera Maya. Located just 40 minutes South of Cancun and 10 minutes North of lively Playa del Carmen, the resort spa facilities are rated as Travel + Leisure’s Number One Spa in Mexico, as well as featured in Condé Nast Traveler’s prestigious Gold List.


Four Seasons

Punta Mita

Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita offers a world of tropical adventure in this oasis of white-sand beaches and turquoise waters on Mexico's Riviera Nayarit. Located on the northern tip of Bahía de Banderas and just 45 minutes from Puerto Vallarta, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita boasts one of the world’s largest natural bays.

A picturesque fishing village nestled on Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita is an oasis of white-sand beaches and turquoise waters that boasts some of the best snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing, surfing and golf in the world.

Guest enjoy casita-style accommodations with beachfront or ocean views, restaurants that capture the distinctive flavours of regional Mexican cuisine, a full-service spa, and outdoor activities galore. Outside of the rooms, you'll find three pools, including the heated Nuna infinity pool and the smaller plunge pools of the Tamai Pool Complex. Beyond that, you'll have access to a lazy river and 10 tennis courts. Plus, golfers will have their choice of two scenic Jack Nicklaus-designed links. If you feel sore after a day spent swimming or golfing, make an appointment at the Four Seasons Apuane Spa.



One of the world’s great civilizations, Mexico is a mélange of cultures, combining indigenous tribal and Spanish traditions, among other influences. Split into tropical and temperate zones, its landscapes are just as diverse. You can visit mountains and jungles, the shimmering blue coastline of Baja California, the iconic cactus-strewn deserts of the north, and the Mayan villages and gorgeous beaches of the south. You can climb volcanoes, watch whales, swim underground, and tour tequila farms. And sprinkled throughout, you will find richly adorned colonial churches, ancient ruins and pyramids, and a sophisticated cuisine that has little in common with the fast food world of nachos and burritos. Mexico City, with its upscale shops, renowned museums, sophisticated restaurants, and nightlife offers a blend of old and new architecture, and many first-time visitors are surprised to find that the county is far from being a developing nation. Visit and see this surprising and fascinating country with new eyes. It’s a surprising and wonderful delight!