Destinations in Mexico

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Mexico

— Mexico City, Mexico

(Rated 9.7, 48 reviews)
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Featuring a spa and stylish hotel with hydromassage baths, Las Alcobas DF is located in Mexico City’s Polanco District. Set in gardens, it is just 3 ...

— Mexico City, Mexico

(Rated 9.5, 170 reviews)
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Isaaya Hotel Boutique by WTC is located across from the Mexico City World Trade Center. The hotel features a restaurant and bar while guest rooms incl ...

— Mexico City, Mexico

(Rated 9.5, 143 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Mexico City – and a guest favourite. Situated 0.9 miles from National Museum of Anthropology, Pug Seal Tennyson is set in th ...

— Mexico City, Mexico

(Rated 9.3, 68 reviews)
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Located in Mexico City and with Chapultepec Castle reachable within 2.2 km, Casa Malí by Dominion Boutique Hotel provides a fitness centre, non-smoki ...

— Mexico City, Mexico

(Rated 9.3, 33 reviews)
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Set in Mexico City and with The Angel of Independence reachable within 1.1 km, RYO KAN Ciudad de México offers express check-in and check-out, non-sm ...

— Mexico City, Mexico

(Rated 9.2, 252 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Mexico City.Set in Mexico City and with Soumaya Museum reachable within 1.9 km, Pug Seal Allan Poe offers express check-in and ...

Mexico - Experience Food And Culture Like No Other

Look beyond the Mexican cliches of nachos, margaritas, giant Mexican hats and ponchos - and you’ll discover a country teeming with natural and man-made wonders. Like the must see ancient ruins of Teotihuacán and Chichén Itzá, which are scattered throughout Mexico’s contrasting landscapes. These historical Aztec and Mayan ruins remained unchanged and are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Mexico is also known for its golden beaches and sapphire seas, with destinations like Cancún, Puerto Vallarta, and Playa del Carmen being incredibly popular with tourists. The buzzing Mexico City contains its own set of historic landmarks dating all the way back to the Aztec era - as well as iconic buildings like the Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Metropolitan Cathedral. The vibrant culture of Mexico is a stand out. With a mixture of native and colonial influences from Spain being evident in the country’s food, music and dance. Food especially, is a way of life for the locals. The flavour is delicious and hits you like a ton of bricks. The variety is also overwhelming, with every region having their own way of doing things. While in Mexico expect to try everything from your standard Mexican taco, to a special salsa requiring 20 different ingredients - including three types of chilli and chocolate. Food brings people together in Mexico and plays a big part in family traditions.

Travel Mexico

Visit The Ancient City Of Teotihuacán

Back in the 2nd century an ancient civilization called the Mesoamerica’s built the metropolitan city of Teotihuacán. This ancient city is known for its extraordinary pyramids, including The Pyramid Of The Sun, which is the largest pyramid in Mexico. Teotihuacán lies 31 miles north of Mexico city and can be easily reached by bus or taxi.

Marvel At The Astronomical Pyramids Of Chichen Itza

One of Mexico’s most popular tourist destinations, Chichen Itza is the largest of the ancient Maya cities found in the Yucatan Peninsula. The standout landmark of Chichen Itza is El Castillo. This unique temple holds special astronomical significance, with the total number of stairs scaling this great pyramid adding up to 365 - the number of days in a year.

Explore Mexico And Relax On The Pristine Beaches Of Tulum

Found on the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, Tulum was once the major port of the Mayan city of Coba. Tulum was built around 1200 AD during the Mayan civilization’s decline. The stunning beach backdrop and 5 star luxury resorts make this quaint town a must visit.

Tips And Travel Information For Mexico

Money The currency in Mexico is the Mexican peso (MXN). Credit cards are accepted everywhere, especially in restaurants and hotels. Just be aware smaller merchants and stores may only accept cash. For cash withdrawals it’s recommended you use a debit card which usually incurs no cash advance fees. Getting Around Buses are the most popular form of long distance transportation in Mexico. There’s plenty of bus networks in the country, ranging from luxury coaches to older school buses. If you’re planning a longer trip it’s recommended you travel in the highest class possible for comfort. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Dec - Apr) Moderate (Jul & Aug) Quiet Season (May & Jun, Sep - Nov) High season in Mexico is between the months of December and April. These months are the driest in the country. Transport and coastal accommodation will also be busy over Christmas and Easter. Low season comes in the months of May and June, as well as between September and November. Expect wild weather during September, with heavy rain on the Gulf and Pacific coasts.

Find Boutique Hotels In Mexico

For a stay just as memorable as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Mexico.