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3 Breathtaking Hotels in Mexico

Happy Mexican Independence Day 🇲🇽 🎉🇲🇽🎉! Mexico is a breathtaking, multi-dimensional country, which caters to all types of travelers. Below, we’ve shared three hotels, in different places around the nation, that are perfect for your next vacation👇

1️⃣ Rosas & Xocolate (@rosasyxocolate) in the old city of Mérida — the city where the Mayans first discovered Cocoa — is comprised of two, storied colonial mansions, which have been revitalized with top-line restorations — think open sky bathtubs, spacious balconies, and contemporary finishes. The 17-room haven has one of the region’s most sought-after restaurants, in addition to a patio and pool that will have you wanting to lounge all day. The hotel pays homage to Mérida’s cocoa roots in its spa, where many treatments include chocolate.

2️⃣ Acre (@acrebaja) is not your typical Cabo resort. The hotel is situated on 25 acres, amidst towering palms, which house 12 treehouses that overlook the desert and Sierra de La Laguna Mountains. The property, playing host to two different restaurants, is designed to help guests find solace in Baja California Sur’s nourishing, sun-abundant climate — perfectly exhibited in its multitude of outdoor sitting areas, backdropped by native cacti. For travelers craving the beach, it’s a short drive away, and the hotel can arrange transportation.

3️⃣ In the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, in the glitzy destination of Tulum, stands beach and jungle wonderland Papaya Playa Project (@papayaplayaproject). Crystal-clear water, white sand, and beachside bungalows are the environment here — history lovers will also revel at the property’s location, which is in proximity to the only directly-on-the-Atlantic Mayan Ruins. Papaya Restaurant features Mexican and Mayan cuisine, sourced from ingredients found at local markets. Sustainability is a key focus at the hotel — its infrastructure has retained 93% of the original jungle, and on-site gardens supply Papaya Playa Project with its nut orchard and 150 bananas and coconut trees.

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