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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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Ritz-Carlton, Cancún, Cancún

The Ritz-Carlton has long been one of Cancún's most luxurious hotels, with a prime location on a quiet street near the Zona Hotelera beaches. The property...more

see the Cancún guide
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Rosewood Mayakoba, Riviera Maya

The staff at the Rosewood Mayakoba achieves the perfect service-to-friendliness ratio. Cart drivers meet guests at their doors with open umbrellas during...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, San Miguel de Allende

Far grander than the colonial mansions of old, Rosewood's 67-room boutique hotel is constructed of local rose-hued limestone and has creaking hardwood floors,...more

see the San Miguel de Allende guide
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Royal Hideaway Playacar, Playa del Carmen

This pricey all-inclusive brings Maui to Mexico—minus the leis and mai tais. It was the first adults-only resort in Playacar and benefits from a generous...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancún, Playa del Carmen

This two-year-old Playa del Carmen newcomer has "coral on the walls and magnificent marble staircases." Surrounded by 12 small swimming pools, "beautiful...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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Secrets Marquis Los Cabos, Los Cabos

Soaring arches frame the Sea of Cortez view from the open-air lobby at this architectural stunner, formerly called the Marquis Los Cabos. Wide-winged bronze...more

see the Baja California guide
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The St. Regis Mexico City, Mexico City

Sheathed in a gleaming glass-and-steel tower on the Paseo de la Reforma in the banking and embassy district of Polanco, the 189-room St. Regis may seem all...more

see the Mexico City guide
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St. Regis Punta Mita Resort, Puerto Vallarta

One might forget that the 120-room St. Regis is actually in the middle of a gated community of luxury hotels, private villas, and a golf course just north of...more

see the Puerto Vallarta guide
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Tides Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen

Thirty deceptively earthy villas dot deep jungle trails along the beach at the Tides. The Viceroy Hotel Group (of the Avalon Beverly Hills, and Viceroy Palm...more

see the Riviera Maya guide
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The Tides Zihuatanejo, Zihuatanejo

The Tides Zihuatanejo launched Mexico's beach-chic movement in 1978, when it was known as the Villa del Sol. The hotel was made over in 2007 by hip-arbiters the...more

see the Acapulco + Zihuatanejo guide
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