USA Today has revealed its top 6 Mexico Beach resorts for 2015, and it’s a great selection. They’ve named some of the most exclusive, most unique, and idyllically placed resorts and hotels in Mexico as their top 6. If you plan on visiting Mexico in 2015 then your research should start here.
Top 6 Mexico Beach Resorts for 2015
Best for families
The Generations resort in Riviera Maya is ranked as one of the very best places to go if you want to take an unforgettable family vacation. This beachfront resort offers 144 suites, and a choice of swim up rooms, or those with their own plunge pools! There is also an on-site kids club: the Eko Kids club is fully supervised at all times so that mom and dad can have a relaxing afternoon to themselves.
The Hyatt Ziva hotel in Puerto Vallarta offers a fusion experience that caters both to adults and kids. There is an adult only pool and bar for those childless couples who want some peace and quiet, as well as the main pool which is open to all guests. The Hyatt Ziva lies on the southern side of the Bahia de Banderas and has 336 ocean view rooms to enjoy. The vacation of a lifetime needn’t wait any longer!
Best for Luxury
Hotel Mousai in Puerto Vallarta is a super luxury resorts that caters to older families (children over 16 are welcome); the 72 suite hotel lies on the grounds of the Garza Blanca preserve, but is separate from the resort at large. Offering a premium service, the hotel Mousai offers sophisticated atmosphere, fine dining, and a world class spa to those who choose to book with them. The suites are particularly luxurious with private jetted hot tubs on each terrace and contemporary design throughout. It is like staying at a modern art gallery. The key to Hotel Mousai’s charm is the menu of experiences on offer, from romance to gastronomy to adventure to wellness.
The Kin Sol Soleil resort is a supremely small, but perfectly formed, resort that has only 10 rooms (though two of these have two bedrooms, making it suitable for families with children). The hotel is perfectly situated to allow guests to explore both the vibrant Playa del Carmen to the south, and the idyllic fishing village of Puerto Morelos in the north. Guests will find that the resorts restaurant, Pavo Real, is utterly divine, too; dishes of French, Mayan, and Mexican influence can be found on the menu.
Best for Something A bit Different
The Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya easily wins in this category; the hotel walks that fine line between sleek and sexy, and fun and family friendly with ease. In fact, they make it seem like no trouble at all; the 1264 room resort boasts an interesting collection of rock memorabilia, and some of the best rock hits on tap in all communal areas as well as scenic views and a kid friendly pool.
If you love the thought of island life then you’ll love the Zoëtry Villa Rolandi on Isla Mujeres. A stay in this tiny slice of paradise starts with a 30 minute journey on a private yacht from the mainland. Guests here are treated like royalty with a complimentary 20 minute massage, unlimited worldwide calls, and free Bvlgari bath products to enjoy.
Reference: USA TODAY Travel