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Occidental Cozumel

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  • Ideal for scuba diving fans
  • Located in Cozumel and surrounded by unique, natural landscapes
  • Only 45 minutes away by ferry
  • U-Spa Centre
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Barceló Puerto Vallarta

4/5

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  • Idyllic location for weddings, activities and excursions
  • A beautiful landscape that features both mountains and the beach
  • Large suites with every convenience
  • A sensational gastronomic offering
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There aren’t many tourist destinations that can match Mexico’s beauty and diversity. Mexico has two major coastlines. Its Pacific coast is carved out with bays that shelter innumerable sandy beaches. From Puerto Vallarta to Manzanillo, with Ixtapa and Huatulco in between, all the hotel complexes on the Pacific are different, but have one thing in common: beautiful beaches. The Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico juts into the Caribbean with Cancun at its far north and the Riviera Mayamás in the south. These Mexico hotel complexes are famous for their wide beaches and as access to the Mayan ruins. The island of Cozumel is close to the coast and is a world-famous scuba-diving destination, being located on the northern point of the extensive Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. In the interior, the city of Cuernavaca exudes history and charm. There is another peninsula in Mexico: Baja California Sur. Located on the Pacific, it borders the Gulf of California and ends at Los Cabos, two sister cities known for their intense nightlife, which harbor a surprising secret.

The Pacific Coast

Located on the Bahía de Banderas, Puerto Vallarta is an excellent vacation spot. Its strip of beaches stretches 62 miles and is surrounded by the Sierra Madre mountains. South of the city is Mismaloya Beach, a cove surrounded by palm trees and undoubtedly the most charming beach in the bay. Playa de las Caletas is an isolated place that can only be reached by boat. It’s the former house of the movie director John Huston, who considered it to be the most beautiful place in the world.

Manzanillo has two bays in a half-moon shape. Some hotels have private beaches for guests to avoid the crowds and swim in Manzanillo Bay. A day trip takes travelers to Barra de Navidad, a small town that is a time capsule of the old Mexico. Stops include a salt factory and a sea turtle reserve that will delight the youngest travelers. If you’re looking for a Mexican hotel with fantastic sea views you’ll find it in Ixtapa. Contemplating the sunset at Playa el Palmar is simply unforgettable. At almost 6.2 miles long, Playa el Palmar is the ideal place to swim, soak up the sun and take long walks on the beach. A 10-minute ferry ride takes visitors to the Island of Ixtapa, a beautiful spot with coral reefs that are perfect for scuba diving.

The natural beauty of Huatulco is almost unbeatable. With nine bays and countless coves, its coast presents an untamed environment and offers other services, like golf, a water park and the Playa de Tangolunda. The guided visit to Huatulco National Park is an unforgettable experience. With more than 27 square miles of space, it’s a first-rate ecotourism reserve. The Los Cabos region is known for its nightlife and water sports. That’s just how it is in Cabo San Lucas, although its sister city, San José del Cabo, is a much calmer place. San José del Cabo is located on an estuary with a highly biodiverse environment. From here, trails lead to a bird bioreserve. And even if it’s hard to believe, travelers can book a camel ride along the beach.

Yucatán

Hotels with fabulous beaches are par for the course in Mexico, and nowhere exemplifies that more than Cancun. Along this neck of land, two beaches stand out: Playa Linda and Tucancún. These wide strips of white sand and crystal-clear waters are the iconic image we have today of a Mexican beach vacation. Just a short trip away are the famous Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá. To the south, the Mayan Riviera has a range of luxury hotels along the beach. From these hotels, you can access cenotes, beautiful natural pools that emerge from underground rivers and are unique to the region. Cenote Azul is one of the biggest. Just a few miles from the coast, the island of Cozumel has 36 scuba diving points, with difficulty levels ranging from novice to expert. But the island is not just for divers. In Playa San Francisco, beachgoers can spot dolphins and turtles through the clear waters.

The heart of Mexico

The interior city of Cuernavaca provides a calm respite in the center of Mexico. This was the home of Hernán Cortés in the 16th century. His former palace, now a museum, is a well-maintained example of Spanish colonial architecture. Cuernavaca also houses exceptional parks and is a point of reference for mountain sport enthusiasts.