Best Hotels In Mexico — The Mexican Riviera

Off the western coast of Mexico is twenty cities and lagoons that make up the Mexican Riviera. The Mexican Riviera is an extremely popular tourist attraction receiving millions of visitors every year. Cruise ships stop at destinations such as Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and Acapulco. The open invitation of the warm Pacific Ocean tantalizes many into succumbing to a fun-filled vacation in the Mexican Riviera.

Royal Hideaway

Situated in the town of Playacar, some forty-five minutes from the Cancun Airport is the superb Riviera Maya and the Royal Hideaway. This is the first all inclusive, adults-only luxury resort in the world. A stay here features poolside service, rooms with spectacular views of the ocean and villas closest to the beach have private beach access. Let the warm waters draw you in.

Cabo San Lucas

Literally right on the coastline, it’s no wonder that most of Cabo San Lucas’ popular activities are on the water! Rent a kayak, go sailing or take a fishing boat out and catch yourself some marlin. Snorkel or scuba in one of the largest reefs around or swim with the dolphins in “The Aquarium of the World”.

The city has some of the finest villas and five star hotels, like the Esperanza, The One and Only Palmilla and the Dreams Resort; all with swimmable beach access, breathtaking landscape views and challenging golf courses expertly equipped to enhance your vacation in Cabo San Lucas.

Sunny Puerto Vallarta

If you have an interest in fine cuisine and wine tasting, Puerto Vallarta is the next pause on your tour of the Mexican Riviera. Stroll the wharf and pier along the Puerto Vallarta Boardwalk. Walk the cobblestone streets in the city’s historical area of Malecon or hit the day spa at Metamorphosis. While in town, don’t forget to check out “Deadman’s Beach”, Planet Hollywood and the Hard Rock Cafe.

Stay in the lap of luxury in places like the Villa Premiere Hotel and the Lindo Mar Resort in Mexico’s sunny Puerto Vallarta.


Latin rhythm lovers will love the Palaco located on Roqueta Island. Be ready to dance the night away. Frolic on the oldest beach in Acapulco, Coleta Beach. Take your own wave runner on a sightseeing tour of some of the most beautiful views Acapulco has to offer. At the end of the day, return to your room in The Hotel Elcano Acapulco or the Continental Plaza; just two of the finest hotels in the city.

Get your second wind and get out there and enjoy Acapulco’s booming nightlife. You won’t be able to resist cutting loose in the marvelous night clubs in the city.

Riviera Nayarit, Puerto Morelos, Ixtapa and Zihuatenejo; the Mexican Riviera is truly Mexico’s beach resort capital. From Cancun to Playa del Carmen, follow the coastline of the Mexican Riviera and bask in the worlds most private, accessible resort destinations known to man. Make the Mexican Riviera your next family vacation or just skip town by yourself for a little rest and relaxation. No matter how you do it, you are guaranteed to have the time of your life.