The 8 Best Luxury Hotels
At Butterfield & Robinson, our hotels aren’t prosaic—they’re pure poetry.
From castles and riads to ryokans and monasteries, we source lodgings that aren’t just places to crash, but one-of-a-kind spots as intimate, authentic and sublime as the rest of your journey—and packed with personal touches from our hotelier friends.
Below we’ve rounded up a few of the best luxury hotels in Mexico, where you can do so much more than simply rest your head.
But be warned: there may be tears when it’s time to say goodbye!
Posada de las Flores in La Paz offers a unique atmosphere that blends modern-day luxury with the character of an old Mexican mansion. Every detail in Posada de las Flores La Paz has been carefully selected to reflect elements of Mexican Colonial decor, such as the Talavera ceramics and dark wooden furnishings.
Its prime location on the seafront promenade sees many bars, restaurants and shops nearby.
Mere steps away from the creative hub of Todos Santos, the Guayacura embodies the essence of Baja in a uniquely-designed boutique property.
A combination of ancient and modern elements paired with exquisite decor and artistic flair, this colourful hotel features a rooftop lounge with stunning views over the town, an oceanside restaurant, a beach club and spa and an elegant bar.
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Turquoise waters lap golden desert sands on the beaches of One&Only Palmilla, a 5-star resort resting at the edge of the Baja Peninsula. Set amid lush, tropical gardens, it’s the ideal setting to soak up the area’s natural beauty and privileged climate.
No detail is spared, with luxurious touches at every turn like a palm tree-lined infinity pool, beach cabanas, and a dreamy seaside terrace with crackling outdoor firepits.
This boutique hotel offers a sleek and modern design with warm tropical touches like white stucco facades, plump cacti and fresh flowers in the guestrooms.
Equipped with a luxurious spa, two restaurants, a fitness centre and in-room rain showers and jacuzzis, Los Alcobas provides a balmy respite in the heart of Mexico City’s entertainment district.
Intimate and chic, Casa Oaxaca’s seven rooms are stylishly designed to combine modern-day comforts with Oaxacan flair through local artworks and artisan products.
For quiet evenings, cozy up in their charming library, brimming with literary greats from Oaxaca, or relax by the outdoor pool beneath the ever-beaming Mexican sun.
This recently-built piece of paradise was once a Spanish hacienda, a feature kept notably intact throughout its design.
Renowned for its striking architecture and Mexican fare, Chablé is consistently rated one of the top hotels in the world. Enjoy your private casita, and don’t forget to take a dip in the cenote or visit the super sleek and zen spa.
Mere minutes from the Chichén Itzá Archaeological Park, the Lodge at Chichen offers its guests exclusive entrance to the site. Inspired by Maya Casitas, its bungalows were all hand-built using local materials and feature mahogany furnishings, thatched roofs and stained-glass windows.
Find respite from the heat by one of the three outdoor pools or by basking in the tropical breeze from your bungalow’s hammock.
Originally built as a winter retreat for an Italian Duchess, it’s easy to feel like royalty here; with 40 villas set upon a massive stretch of private beach, it may feel like you have the entire resort to yourself.
Indulge in the organic spa, stretch out beneath the sunrise with some morning yoga and dine at one of its three fabulous outdoor restaurants.