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Mexico hotels stay on the cutting edge of international trends with over-the-top beach amenities and sprawling luxury resort developments. The major luxury hotel chains—Four Seasons and Fairmont, Rosewood and Ritz—are ubiquitous on Mexico's beaches, but so are one-of-a kind, family-run inns and ultralavish hideaways. Most luxury hotels in Mexico are clustered in Los Cabos and the Riviera Maya, many of them combining beach resorts with multimillion-dollar vacation villas. In the cities, you'll find high-end properties catering to business travelers, as well as boutique chains such as Grupo Habita that emphasize clever architecture and hopping nightclubs (be sure to check out the Hotel Habita and Condesa DF in Mexico City). In San Miguel de Allende, Mérida, Puebla, Oaxaca, and other colonial cities, you'll find hotels in restored mansions, convents, and houses. The Web site Mexico Boutique Hotels (011-52-322-221-2227, www.mexicoboutiquehotels.com) lists small lodging options throughout the country, from jungle eco-lodges to historic hotels.

Mexico isn't the budget destination it once was, but you can still find relatively inexpensive lodging in posadas and hostelerías in most cities, even on the coast. Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Cozumel, and Tulum are all good choices for travelers on a budget. No matter the genre, however, all hotels in Mexico have distinct quirks and characteristics. Porters, front-desk clerks, and concierges at most high-end hotels are usually bilingual or better, but a smattering of Spanish comes in handy at less expensive hotels and in less touristed regions. Everywhere, housekeepers, waiters, and other service personnel may speak extremely limited English. Patience and courtesy come in handy; the maņana spirit is one of Mexico's charms and challenges.

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Amuleto, Zihuatanejo

Architect Enrique Zozaya, whose million-dollar homes grace hillsides all along the Pacific Coast, used boulders, bamboo, tree trunks, and palm fronds to create...more

see the Acapulco + Zihuatanejo guide
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Ana y José Charming Hotel & Spa, Tulum

Once Tulum's most beloved basic barefoot escape, this complex has slowly but surely grown into a full-scale resort with a freshwater pool surrounded by beach...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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Aqua Cancún, Cancún

Not-so-subtle aromatherapy scents waft through the lobby and hallways at the recently reopened Aqua, the splashiest property (for now) in the Zona Hotelera....more

see the Cancún guide
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Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués, Acapulco, Mexico

Perched on rocky hillsides above a secluded bay, this resort's 45 villas look like origami tree houses blending with boulders and vines. Even the smallest villa...more

see the Acapulco + Zihuatanejo guide
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Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Riviera Maya

The Banyan Tree is that rare luxury hotel that provides both the hallmarks of a high-end property—private in-villa pools, beach butlers, rain...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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Boca Chica, Acapulco, Mexico

Hip fresas escape Mexico City's smog to puff away on Havanas in seafront cabanas at this Acapulco classic. The hotel is pure retro, with camped-up touches like...more

see the Acapulco + Zihuatanejo guide
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Cabañas Tulum, Tulum, Mexico

After a 2010 renovation, this old-timer isn't a rock-bottom hotel anymore. But don't worry, it hasn't gone all froufrou either. The 16 simple white rooms with...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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Cabo Azul Resort & Spa, San José del Cabo

This 332-room property just outside San Jose del Cabo somehow remains tasteful despite its large scale. The centerpiece is the vast courtyard with three massive...more

see the Baja California guide
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Camino Real, Mexico City

Although it was built in 1968, the Camino Real still has the feel of a modern grand hotel—maybe because of all the priceless works of art, such as a mural...more

see the Mexico City guide
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Camino Real, Oaxaca de Juarez

The original 1968 modern grand hotel—the one that tends to host the visiting luminaries—has held up well, especially after its serious renovations...more

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