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USA TODAY’s List of Top Mexico Beach Resorts 2015

USA TODAY’s List of Top Mexico Beach Resorts 2015
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USA TODAY Travel has investigated and reported on the best of the best when it comes to Mexican beach resorts. And here they are. Cancun and Puerto Vallarta come top of the list every time!

Zoëtry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres, Isla Mujeres

Your stay at Zoëtry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres in Cancun starts with a half hour private yacht ride from the mainland to the Isla Mujeres (the Island of Women). The resort is small but well-formed; the 35 suites are impeccably turned out, and the resort cultivates an inclusive, luxurious feel. All guests are treated to a complimentary 20 minute massage, Bvlgari bath products, and unlimited worldwide calls. The resort’s spa is world-class; it’s a full-service, state of the art Thalasso Spa which has 7 treatment rooms, both wet and dry, and a natural seawater pool which is heat-regulated.

Hotel Mousai, Puerto Vallarta

The stunning beachfront luxury resort, Hotel Mousai, offers a sleek, sophisticated experience to almost-adults and over (the resort accepts children of 16 years or older). The all-inclusive, 72 room resort sits on the southern coastline of Puerto Vallarta’s Banderas Bay, and complements the Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa (whose grounds it occupies) by offering a premium lavish experience. A world class spa with stunning views and state-of-the-art facilities, a rooftop pool and gourmet dining options, including the Hiroshi pan Asian restaurant, can all be found at the opulent Hotel Mousai. This lifestyle hotel is a must for luxury jetsetters.

Generations Riviera Maya, Riviera Maya

This all-inclusive resort has 144 suites and offers a choice of swim up suites or suites that have a private plunge pool all to themselves! The resort has a great Eko Kids Club for any children that visit the resort – children will be supervised at all times by certified professionals so that parents can have some down-time complete with peace of mind. The resort’s restaurants are top class; guests can even customize the evening meal before they arrive by filling out an online form.

Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta

The Hyatt Ziva is a newly opened resort in Puerto Vallartas Golden Zone on the Las Estacas Beach. The resort, on the southern coast of the Bahia de Banderas, has 336 ocean view suites, including swim up options which truly live up to the name. The resort has a great family feel and plenty to keep the kiddies happy while mom and dad relax by the pool. There’s also an adult only pool for those couples who want some peace, quiet, and relaxation.

Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya, Riviera Maya

This all-inclusive resort deftly walks the line between a sleek, sexy hotel for couples, and a truly great family resort. Guests will find that the customary, signature, collection of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia is in place on the walls of the hotel, and that the common areas are filled with some of the greatest rock hits of all time. The resort is huge, with over 1,264 guest rooms to its name; some even have sky terraces which give great scenic views of the Caribbean Sea and the surrounding area.

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