Ever been to Mexico? Even if you haven’t, you must have heard about this country. Aside from being the fifth largest country in the American continent with a total area of two million square kilometers, Mexico, or officially the United Mexican States, is a giant when it comes to economy too. It is the tenth largest producer of oil and the largest when it comes to production of silver. It is considered a regional power and a middle power. Also called an emerging power, Mexico has been gaining a lot of attention because of its growing economy.
But its economy is not the only thing that makes Mexico a good country to live in. When it comes to tourism, it is also a front-runner. Imagine a place that houses lots of beautiful tourist spots, that’s Mexico. In this article, we want you to have a glimpse of what Mexico has to offer. Here are five of the most scenic resorts in Mexico.
If you want a resort that is reflective of the Mexican culture, La Alamandas is the perfect one for you. Built with sixteen suites that are all designed with Mexican folk art and fabrics, you’ll feel every bit of Mexico’s rich history. It also has a private airstrip and four beaches good for swimming and surfing. It is situated in a 1,500-acre neature reserve. You’ll never get enough of nature in here.
If you’re on for the ultimate romantic honeymoon, this oceanfront oasis will be a good choice. It emerges from the lush Sierra de Vallejo like a secret hideaway. It has twelve temple-like stone villas. Even the view looks so romantic in here, so your nights will be as intimate too.
Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort
Whats sets this resort apart from the rest is that it understands the language barrier that a foreign guest might experience. So it hired butlers that are fluent in languages like French, Spanish, and of course, English. They will be there to make meals, act as guides,a nd entertain kids. It will also create a special corner for pets, who will have their own butlers too. It looks simply elegant and promises a good stay worth every penny.
Providing the best experience since 1956, One&Only Palmilia Resort fell to the hands of the disastrous Hurricane Odile but reopened on April 20. It now has a steakhouse that provides the most delicious food made by Michelin-starred chef Jean Georges Vongerichten that goes well with executive chef Larbi Dahrouch’s popular Agua. It also has a new spa and fitness center. the resort sure did not let the natural disaster lower down the level of beauty and convenience they offer.
Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa
With the Caribbean Sea in front of you, you will not want to leave from this resort. The Belmond Maroma Resort and Spa features sixty-five bungalows that are all thatch roofed. Its spa offers services that are based on Mayan healing rituals, so you can trust that an experience there will surely be relaxing.
Perhaps, this is the first time you hear about these resorts, but when you get there, you will see most of the world’s hidden beauty. Traveling around the world will never be as amazing.