The web portal Elitetraveler announced which hotels have the best rooms in the world and, of course, Mexico is among the top 100. In total, four Mexican hotels stand out: three located in Baja California Sur and one in Merida, Yucatan.
But which are these three Baja California Sur hotels that have shined on this list, which is characterized by featuring the most luxurious hotels in the world: the Villa Cortez, One&Only Palmilla, Las Ventanas al Paraiso and Viceroy Los Cabos. All located in Los Cabos. Here are some photos and descriptions of these famous places:
This hotel is located at the tip of the peninsula, the sand is said to be bright and clear and is connected to the Sea of Cortez. It also has a historic past with John Wayne, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lucille Ball as previous guests.
The most attractive feature of the hotel is its 804-square-foot pool, which has the perfect location for you to enjoy a bit of the Sea of Cortez. It also has experts in cuisine, tequila and mezcal, as well as spa treatments and fireworks.
Las Ventanas al Paraiso
According to hotel management experts, Los Cabos has become an internationally recognized and recommended tourist destination, and if this has been possible, it is undoubtedly thanks to places like Las Ventanas al Paraiso, which opened its doors in 1997. One of its great attractions, and one of the most in demand, is the Ty Warner mansion, which is not only the largest on the property, but one of the largest in the region. It features nearly 20,000 square feet of outdoor space and a 328-foot wrap-around infinity pool.
Viceroy Los Cabos
Located on the shores of the Sea of Cortez, the Viceroy Hotel in Los Cabos has a beautiful modern design created by the Mexican architect, Miguel Angel Aragones, who has received multiple awards as an exhibitor in different parts of the world. According to people who have visited this hotel, the design takes advantage of the beautiful view of the surroundings and what stands out among all its attractions are the villas, particularly the four-bedroom villa that has a rooftop that houses the pool, the solarium and the luxurious outdoor lounge, it also has a space for visitors to dine outdoors.
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