10 best Mexico hotels by Conde Nast Traveler


At the end of the year, Conde Nast Traveler magazine summed up the twenty-eightth Readers’ Choice Awards, a ranking by definition of the best tourist destinations, resorts, cities in various regions of the world.  The rating took into account the opinion of 128 thousand travelers. In one of the nominations were determined the top ten hotels in Mexico.

Best hotels in Mexico

1. The Alcoves, Мехико

The first place was taken by  Las Alcobas (Luxury Collection) , located in the prestigious Polanco district of the Mexican capital. This is the place of concentration of designer boutiques, gourmet restaurants and nightclubs in Mexico City.


1. The Alcoves

Here’s what they write about him on Tripadvisor:

A great hotel in the heart of the most respectable district of Mexico City. Very spacious rooms.Quite comfortable mattresses and pillows. Very decent bathrooms. A very impressive breakfast: the finest omelettes and scrambled eggs with caramelized bacon, the finest pastries, the finest set of fruits. Despite the lack of own laundry, all washed, all stroked and even all sewn.

2. St. Regis Mexico City, Mexico City

Furniture and interior of the hotel’s 189 rooms and suites . Regis Mexico City are made in the exquisite style of designer Yabu Pushelberg . Stunning views of the city from the windows of the hotel, where there is everything necessary for living in an environment of exceptional luxury. The frescos of Gabriel Makoteli, the incomparable candlesticks of Sharon Marston, and the fresco of Pablo Weiss are just some of the works that adorn the interior of the hotel.


St. Regis Mexico City

3. Hotel Matilda, San Miguel de Allende

Located in one of the most self-sufficient cities in Mexico, the Hotel Matilda is the embodiment of a combination of modernity and minimalism.


Hotel Matilda

4. Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada, San Miguel de Allende


Belmond House of Sierra Nevada

A small hotel with 37 rooms and suites with its own school of culinary excellence, located in a magnificent eighteenth-century mansion. Here is what the TripAdvisorRussian-language users write about it :

This is a brilliant hotel in all aspects. We lived in One Bedroom Suite in Casa Limon. This is a huge, comfortable and authentic room for a real romantic adventure. It occupies, in fact, the whole floor of an ancient building. Its windows overlook both the very well-kept patio and the ancient San Miguel street. And in this room you can get lost – a spacious living room with antique furniture, a very beautiful bedroom, a giant bathroom, your mini-patio with a fountain, from which you climb the spiral staircase to your own terrace. It occupies almost the entire roof of the building, and from it one of the best views in the city opens …


One Bedroom Suite в Casa Limon

In general, we were in very many luxury hotels in different countries, which are included in the top of various ratings. But the Casa de Sierra Nevada surpasses many of them.

5. Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, San Miguel de Allende


Номер Rosewood Suite Bedroom at Rosewood San Miguel de Allende

As you can see, the city of San Miguel de Allende is the heavyweight on this list from Conde Nast. It is distinguished by its special bohemian atmosphere, due to which there live many representatives of creative professions from Mexico and other countries.
In 2013, was recognized as the best city in the world according to the version, again, Condé Nast Traveler. The jury singled out his traditions, Gothic architecture, craftsmanship of local artisans, museums, art galleries, places for ecological tourism and a variety of hotel infrastructure.

The luxury boutique hotel Rosewood San Miguel de Allende reflects the artistic traditions of the charming historic center of the city.

6. Hotel Casa Natalia, Los Cabos


Superior Room at Casa Natalia Boutique Hotel

In the second half of the ranking were located just three hotels from the Pacific coast of Mexico. The sixth place for the Hotel Casa Natalia, located in the town of San Jose del Cabo resort of Los Cabos . This is a small cozy boutique hotel in European style with 19 rooms, opened in 1999. There will not be a few gourmet restaurants, spas, five swimming pools and a club for children. Here you will get incredible comfort and inspiration to explore the attractions of the resort of Los Cabos.

7. Hacienda San Angel, Puerto Vallarta


This hotel, located on one of the oldest Mexican resorts, is especially popular for wedding ceremonies. There are only 19 rooms, and the number of staff is more than the number of guests. From the roof you can enjoy stunning views of the Puerto Vallarta Cathedral and the Bay of Banderas, which is washed by these places.

 8. Valle de Guadalupe Vineyards & Inn, Baja California


Valley of Guadalupe

This hotel is located in the Baja California region (Baja California), the center of Mexican winemaking. It is difficult to call it a hotel, because in Valle de Guadalupe there are only six rooms, and in the neighborhood – the same vineyards and a garden for meditations.

9. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, DF, Mexico City


Hotels of the Four Seasons network are rarely surprised – in a good sense of the word. That’s why we often recommend staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico  during the first days of our sightseeing tours starting in the Mexican capital. Here’s what they writeabout him on TripAdvisor:

Four Seasons hotels offer a high level of comfort. Hotel in Mexico City is the best example.Interior, service, kitchen – all at a high level. Every day begins with a great breakfast. Very, very recommend.

10. Quinta Real Oaxaca, Oaxaca


In this hotel only 23 rooms and 8 suites. One of our clients Anatoly described the experience of his stay in Quinta Real Oaxaca, located in the historical center of Oaxaca:

Very good. With a soul place. With his aura. Strict, but kind! Our room with his wife was small, but cozy, quiet. Sleep was comfortable. Morning breakfast on the stunning terrace. To visit here, it’s like looking in one eye to the past with modern comfort. We really enjoyed! I recommend!