There are many reasons why Mexico remains one of the world's top romantic destinations and a favorite of honeymooners. Great resorts, warm weather, and places where money goes farther are among them.
Whether you favor a beach vacation... would love to spend time touring art galleries and museums... have an interest in architecture... find the mix of Mayan, Aztec, and Spanish cultures fascinating... care to shop for handicrafts... or want to experience authentic Mexican music and cookery, you can do it all here at one of Mexico's incredible resorts.
On the following pages (click on any destination below) you'll discover the very best of Mexico. You can choose from big-city resorts as well as beachside hideaways. All of these resorts offer the experience of a lifetime. Extraordinary amenities -- ranging from private swimming pools to working fireplaces to private terraces where you can dine a deux on any delicacy you crave -- are available at the poshest resorts in Mexico.
Keep in mind that the high season is December through February. Those who visit Mexico resorts in October, November, April, or May enjoy lower rates and still avoid the June-through-September rainy season. So select a destination and find the pleasures that await you.
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Once a Hollywood hideaway, this hilltop city has been attracting lovers to its resorts for decades.
Couples have a wide choice of accommodations, from small, informal places with fewer than a dozen rooms to luxurious all-inclusives.
It's Mexico's most popular tourist destination. You'll find it loud and busy, unless you know which resorts to go to...
Mexico's island hideaway, which boasts fabulous diving, a choice of all-inclusives, and a laid-back beach vacation.
Super beaches, sunshine that won't quit, and resorts where you can escape the crowds.
It's the country's capital of culture, history, and shopping.
Overlooking a beautiful bay, this destination and its resorts retain the charm of old Mexico.
Master-planned by the government as a tourist destination, they did things right when they built the resorts here.