Azure blue waters, sandy beaches that seem to stretch for an eternity, exotic jungles, not to mention rainforests, and undulating mountains are just a few of the reasons travelers chart a course for Mexico. Welcoming them with open arms and truly curated hospitality—onefinestay, a luxury hospitality service that helps guests find their perfect home-from-home in some of the world’s most iconic lifestyle destinations.
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Discover the best of Mexico with this expert villa edit.
Nine miles of white sand beaches front this quaint fishing village on the Riviera Nayarit Peninsula. Adding to its allure are the Sierra Madre Mountains holding sway in the background. These three onefinestay properties showcase the beauty of the region.
Casa Tesoro, Nayarit
Treasure. This is the English translation for Tesoro, and the seven-suite, seven-ensuite baths Casa Tesoro lives up to its name. The only dilemma one may face while visiting–which ocean view they prefer. Tucked away in a hidden cove, Casa Tesoro offers up an infinity pool with sunken loungers, plus several terraces for soaking in the Pacific, all worthy choices. Perhaps even better is the private beach access. At the ready to tend guests is a staff: a chef, butler, housekeeping, and security. Desiring entertainment of a different sort? Head for the home gym, billiard and cinema rooms. Nothing, though, beats the sound of the waves and view of the sun dipping into the ocean at the end of the day.
Price: $12,500 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Luxury that unfolds from opulent interiors to dreamy ocean views via outdoor space are trademarks of Casa Del Sole. The lush lawn and gardens will inspire for spending time on a nearby golf course. The lull of the ocean will lure for time floating in the villa’s infinity pool. Traveling with friends and family? Casa Sole’s two-story layout with three-bedrooms and five-baths provides for private havens.
Price: From $1,815 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Estate Celeste, La Punta Estates
Floating above the Pacific. This is the feeling experienced during a sojourn at Estate Celeste. Unforgettable sensations like this come via world-renowned architects Manolo Mestre and Juan Collignon attention to every detail of the nine-bedroom, 12-bath villa’s design. Further romance comes by way of Celeste’s location that co-mingles rainforest and shoreline. Add to this a resort feel that comes from access to a beach club with five-star dining, golf, and spa experiences. Where to linger? Celeste’s infinity pool, to receive curated fare from the villa’s personal chef and mixologist. Heaven.
Price: From $10,300 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Mayan Ruins and hidden cenotes bring romance to this destination on the Yucatán Peninsula’s Caribbean Coast. These two villas reflect the magic that is the Riviera Maya.
Casa Chechén, Tulum
Mayan jungle meets the white sand beaches of the Caribbean at this sweet, two-bedroom, three-bath villa. Its surrounds are reflected in Casa Chechén’s open-air living space where wood and stone give a nod to nature. One could wile away the day by the villa pool. As for that sandy beach, this private oasis is a mere stroll down a secluded path.
Price: From $2,850 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Beach House, Playa Del Carmen
Turquoise waters and sugar white sands take center stage at the Beach House. The 4-bedroom, 4-ensuite villa is within the luxury, gated community of Playacar, just south of the vibrant Playa Del Carmen. The perfect way to spend a day: kicking back by the private pool, then strolling the beach at twilight.
Price: From $1,033 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Beckoning with its own distinct personality is Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. It’s little wonder humpback whales migrate here each winter. What one will find beyond the iconic rock Arch of Cabo San Lucas? Only sea. This is, after all, “Land’s End.”
Piedra Blanca, Puerto Los Cabos, San José del Cabo
As vacation digs go, they don’t get much more idyllic than a villa with a turret. Unless, of course, one counts the vaulted, wood-beamed ceilings, French doors, folk art and infinity swimming pool in the mix. Part of the exclusive gated community of Puerto Los Cabos, the five-bedroom, six-bath, Baja-chic Piedra Blanca is opulence at its best. Adding to its charm are the sun-kissed sands of Fundadores Beach and fairways of Greg Norman Mission and Jack Nicklaus Marine courses just outside the villa’s doors.
Price: From $3,000 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Enclave West Villa 12, Puerto Los Cabos, San José del Cabo
Ritz Villa 12’s walls of sliding doors open to let the salt-tinged breezes in off the Sea of Cortés. Meander out to the swimming pool for prime ocean views. Inside, textiles, artwork, and furnishings designed by Mexican artisans give a sense of place to the five-bedroom, seven-bath villa. Set inside the Ritz Reserve, there are dining options to be had. Even better, staying in and sharing tapas by the firepit.
Price: From $4,000 per night (exc. taxes & fees)
Casa Cosmos, Lower Conchas Chinas
Set atop a hillside, Casa Cosmos graces guests with panoramas of Banderas Bay. Descend a stone staircase and a private beach lounge replete with hammocks and ocean kayaks await. Feeling in the mood for a landscape lush with jungle and mountains? Merely head to the villa’s 40-feet-high thatched palapa for a change of scenery. The seven-bedroom, seven-bath Terrazes-style Casa Cosmos has serene interiors, but with its plunge pool and rock grotto lap pool with a water slide, the great outdoors gets dibs. Making sure everything runs smoothly is villa staff, a cook, maid, houseman, groundskeeper and security.
Price: From $1,325 per night (exc. taxes & fees)