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    Pocket Guide: Mexico

    From glorious beaches to ancient civilisations, book a hotel in Mexico: one of the most diverse and interesting destinations you could hope to visit. With 10,000 miles of coastline, massive jungles and snowy mountains, you can trek, swim and climb to your heart’s content. History and culture abound, with the temples of Chichen Itza and the pyramids of Teotihuacán offering the chance to explore the glories of Aztec and Mayan civilisation. There’s postcolonial history too, with fabulous haciendas, shady plazas and old Spanish churches. And all of this can be enjoyed in an atmosphere as spicy as its food: the tacos, burritos and chilis easily washed down with a glass of Mexican cerveza and, perhaps, a shot of Mexico’s national drink, tequila.

    Areas & Neighbourhoods: Where to Stay in Mexico

    Mexico City — Book a hotel in the capital city of Mexico, a sprawling megatropolis of sensation. The largest city in the whole of North America was once Tenochtitlan, the centre of the Aztec civilisation until the conquistadors arrived in the 16th century. Explore the origins of Spanish colonialism in the centro historico, then head out into the nightlife whirlwind that Mexicanos love to enjoy. For relaxation, try the enormous Chapultepec park, or the museums of Coyoacán.

    Acapulco — The gorgeous bay of Acapulco has been immortalised in song for a reason – it’s quite simply stunning, a semi-circular Pacific ocean coastline with great beaches and great cliff views. Join the cliff divers of La Quebrada, eat at one of the superb restaurants or just laze on one of the many beaches and watch Acapulcans at play.

    Guadalajara — Mexico’s second largest city is considered to be its colonial heart, with marvellous examples of Spanish and post-independence architecture to explore and admire. There’s much more here than sights for anyone that books a Guadalajara hotel – check out the vibrant cultural scene with hipsters, fusion food and some superb margaritas.

    Oaxaca — The city of Oaxaca is famous for its artists but visitors have plenty to do in this southern state that is best known for its indigenous population. There are treks and exploration to be done here, along the banks of the Atoyac River and the mountains of the Sierra Madre – perfect for discovering Mexican nature.

    Things to See with a Hotel in Mexico

    Mexico City has some wonderful sights, including the Palacio Nacional, a colonial-era palace, the Templo Mayor, the archaeological ruins of an Aztec temple, and the Monumento a la Revolucion, a relic of the Mexico’s struggle against the dictator Porfirio Diaz. But there’s so much more to see – see the jungle ruins of Palenque, where Mayan temples nestle in the jungle, the Pyramids of Teotihuacán, the extravagant size of Chichen Itza and the amazing volcanoes at Paricutin.

    Things to Do in Mexico

    If you fancy an active holiday, Mexico has plenty to offer. With so much coastline, it’s no surprise that water activities are popular. You can laze on the beach and sip margaritas in Cancun or Acapulco, or try kayaking and canoeing around the inlets and bays – Baja California has some stunning vistas. There are plenty of diving and snorkelling zones too. And of course you’ll want to sample Mexico’s vibrant culinary scene – ranch food, barbeques, fresh fish from the Pacific or the Gulf of Mexico, and of course all the famous Mexican dishes that have travelled round the world.

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    Hotels in Playa del Carmen

    Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun All Inclusive - Playa del Carmen Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun All Inclusive

    Carretera Federal 387 Chetmal Cancun, Playa del Carmen - Map
     
     
    "Perfect getaway"
    If you are looking for a intimate place this is it. The staff is always accommodating and the food is delicious. It is nice to know that this chain of resorts keeps their places looking as if they were almost brand new.
    Traveller from Langhorne PA
    Set between 2 towns on Mexico's Caribbean Sea—Cancún and Playa del Carmen—this lush, 29-hectare (71-acre) resort is located …More
    Ocean Maya Royale All Inclusive Adults Only - Playa del Carmen Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Ocean Maya Royale All Inclusive Adults Only

    Carretera Federal Chetumal, km. 299, Playa del Carmen - Map
     
     
    "Nice relaxing girls trip!"
    This was our first time at an all adult only resort. What a nice change of pace. (no screaming kids running around and splashing you in the pool). Very relaxed feel. You didn't feel pestered either. The staff was extremely friendly and some knew you by name even! The dinner restaurants served a la cart were amazing and worth going to. The buffet could have been better though. I wished they offered more authentic Mexican dishes. A lot of them were westernized for everyones taste. Just adding a few more Mexican dishes at each meal would have been better. Again, the dinner restaurants were great, and you didn't need a reservation! I would recommend a no-towel reserve policy of some sort though. (Like maybe no more than an hour). There would be so many empty chairs for hours. Even though there is plenty of chairs on the beach. Also, the spa massages were very nice. I would definitely go the all adult route from here on out.
    Traveller from Michigan
    Located in Playa del Carmen, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district, 1.8 mi (2.8 km) from El Camaleon Golf …More
    Sandos Caracol Eco Resort - All Inclusive - Playa del Carmen Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    Sandos Caracol Eco Resort - All Inclusive

    Carretera Cancún Chetumal Km. 295, Playa del Carmen - Map
     
     
    "Lots of activities, great for kids"
    We had a great stay here with our two young children. There are so many fun activities for a family that you don't really need to leave the resort to have a great vacation. Downsides were that the dining options for young children were limited due to hours of operation. Overall, though, we really enjoyed our vacation here.
    A Traveller
    This family friendly property is in Playa del Carmen.More

    Hotels in Mexico City (and vicinity)

    Sheraton Santa Fe, Mexico City - Mexico City Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Sheraton Santa Fe, Mexico City

    Calle Guillermo González Camarena # 200, Mexico City - Map
     
     
    "nice hotel close to shopping center"
    very nice hotel to stay im santa fe area close to the shopping center and in the business area of santafe
    Traveller from miami
    Located in Santa Fe, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Financial Area, KidZania Santa Fe, and Centro Santa Fe. Expo …More
    Intercontinental Presidente Santa Fe Mexico - Mexico City Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Intercontinental Presidente Santa Fe Mexico

    Juan Salvador Agraz 97, Ave Real, Mexico City - Map
     
     
    Amazing, food , location , service and comunications. I will come back...
    Traveller from Mexico City
    This family-friendly Mexico City hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Centro Santa Fe, KidZania …More
    Hotel Novotel Mexico City Santa Fe - Mexico City Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Hotel Novotel Mexico City Santa Fe

    Antonio Dovali Jaime 75, Mexico City - Map
     
     
    "Home away from Home"
    it was my first time traveling really out of the US. I was very nervous to travel. booked Novotel because it was beside the hotel that I was having an event at. much cheaper at Novotel but the quality of the place is top notch. the people and staff are so very friendly. answered all my questions, even with the language barrier. I highly recommend Novotel to all who come to Mexico City!!! Muchas Gracias!!
    Traveller from San Diego
    Located in Santa Fe, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Financial Area, Expo Bancomer Santa Fe, and KidZania Santa Fe …More

    Hotels in Guadalajara (and vicinity)

    Hotel Morales Historical & Colonial Downtown Core - Guadalajara Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    Hotel Morales Historical & Colonial Downtown Core

    Ave Corona 243 Centro, Guadalajara - Map
     
     
    "Great hotel, great location! "
    If you are visiting Guadalajara and want to be in the middle of the attractions, stay at the hotel Morales! The hotel has awesome colonial architecture. You walk in and sense the history behind it! The rooms are spacious and very clean! The hotel staff is great. Very willing to help and advice on tours, restaurants, attractions! Highly recommend and will return!
    Traveller from El Paso Texas
    This hotel sits in the city's historical district and is 3 blocks from the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Degollado Theater.More
    Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara Country Club - Guadalajara Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara Country Club

    Av. Las Americas 1551, Guadalajara - Map
     
     
    I had a great stay at this hotel, very well located and great comfort
    A Traveller
    Located in Providencia, this luxury hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Punto Sao Paulo Shopping Center and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
    RIU Plaza Guadalajara - Guadalajara Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    RIU Plaza Guadalajara

    Av. Lopez Mateos 830 Col. Chapalita, Guadalajara - Map
     
     
    "Nice modern hotel"
    Nice modern hotel! Great pool and breakfast items. Quiet and large rooms with beautiful views of Guadalajara. Also have a great bar and restaurant options inside of the hotel. Rooms service food was delicious. Only downside is that I purchased a breakfast included deal with Expedia and they did not have in their system that breakfast was included, they said it happens a lot when purchasing not directly through them (which isn't my fault, or my problem to fix) I don't know if they will ever come to want to fix this glitch but from speaking with them about it... it seems like they choose to do nothing about it. Also it isn't in an area where you can just walk outside and go somewhere, you pretty much have to take a taxi if you want to go anywhere - which their taxis are cheap so maybe not that big of a deal.
    Traveller from Chicago
    Located in Greater Guadalajara, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of La Estampida Sculpture and La Minerva …More