If you wonder where to go on vacation, here is your answer. Mexico Pacific Coast is always a good idea, and the Mexico resorts are to die for.

Thanks to the different cultures, styles, cuisines, and beliefs, Mexico is a fascinating country to visit. The long Pacific Coast has various beautiful destinations such as Careyes, Tamarindo, etc.

Get to know the 7 most breathtaking Mexico resorts on the Pacific Coast with the most beautiful views. Plus, you can see the sea turtles and humpback whales.

1- Careyes

Mexico Resorts: Careyes
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Careyes was one of the best well-kept secrets for Mexico. During the pandemic, some people got together in this place. Still, Careyes, a paparazzi-free space, is noticeable for his unorthodox architecture and design.

The art festivals and installations, the pristine beach, home for the nesting sea turtles, and tiny islands attract people to this beautiful place. Plus the beach clubs and the local restaurants.

If you are coming to visit for a few days, the El Careyes Club is a good place to stay. It is the Careye well-known private villas. The newest one is the flamingo-pink Casa Mirador. Alec Possenbacher and Lorena Contreras, an architects couple, and designer Veronica Peyrelogue.

2- Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo

Mexico Resorts: Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo
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Moving Forward, the second Mexico Pacific Coast resort is the Four Season Resort Tamarindo. Tamarindo is all about seducing people with Mexican aesthetics. It will open in mid-2022, and the property is an hour south of Careyes.

Five firms designed this beautiful resort with 157 camouflaged rooms. The designer got all together and came out with a palette of local materials and textiles.

Nonetheless, the resort is modern; it still brings back the Mexican heritage with the fabrics and the art. Plus, the experiences and activities.

3- Casona Sforza

Mexico Resort: Casona Sforza
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Casana Sforzo is an adult-only hotel with only 11 lofty suites. It can be a small space, but it’s a massive architectural impact. Casona is a mixture between ancient and airy arches and vaults with a contemporary bohemian flair. Designed by Alberto Kalach, a bases Mexico city architect.

Additionally, the hotel is a luxury sustainable resort with beautiful silhouette shells, palm lamps, Yucatán chairs, an aquarium pool, and so on. We can see the ecological and social responsibility in the dining area. Activities such as massages, private surf sessions, and whale watching elevate the natural environment.

4- One&Only Mandarina

One&Only Mandarina
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This beautiful Mexico Pacific Coast resort was designed by Rick Joy. This hotel feels like the most luxurious, adventurous place. The wood, clay, metals, and stone villas melt into the green surroundings. You benefit from private pools, multiple unique dining outlets, land and sea experiences, and spa offerings.

5- Thompson Zihuatanejo

Mexico Resorts: Thompson Zihuatanejo
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In this resort, all the rooms are non-identical, making it a beautiful showcase of regional design and Mexican art. A midcentury modern aesthetic melt with the artisanal décor. With wood totems, cement mosaics, handwoven rugs, vivid tapestries, and Barro negro pottery.

The newest addition to the resort is a mural by the Mexican artist Oscar Torres.

6- Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita

Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita
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This Mexico Pacific Coast resort had a total renovation in 2021. This is one of the favorite hotels in Mexico. Thanks to its refreshed room and suites with a luxury design, plus an infinity pool.

An expansion planned for late 2022 will be a game-changer. Besides the main resort, there is Naviva, a 15 tent sustainable property. This customized adult-only resort reflects the wellness and cuisine of Riviera Nayarit.


Mexico Resorts: Cuximala
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Finally, this Mexico Pacific Coast resort is a nature reserve. With beautiful jungle and coconut groves to grasslands and lagoons. This five kilometers of coastline hotel is one of a kind.

When it comes to the architectural influences span from the Middle East and Morocco to the ancient Aztecs. This 40-room hotel has bamboo yoga shala, beach massage palapa, three eateries served by a biodynamic farm, and roaming zebras and elands.

Credits: Architectural Digest