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Boutique Hotels We Love
If you want a more intimate and unique level of luxury, try a boutique hotel. These hotels are intimate places to stay with unique and luxury rooms and a less touristy atmosphere. They are not all-inclusive but the pricing is excellent and you will have the opportunity to get out of the hotel and try some of the award winning restaurants in the area. You will be surprised how relatively affordable going not inclusive can be.
A few of the hotels to love:
Mi Amor Colibri Hotel, Tulum, Riviera Maya Mexico
An exclusive adult boutique beach retreat located on the beautiful beach of Tulum. This resort is secluded yet spacious, well appointed rooms offer excellent pool, jungle, or sea views, some rooms offer your own private plunge pool. An amazing infinity pool and spa for complete relaxation. This unique property has a fantastic spa onsite and offers unparalleled treatments. If you love pampering and relaxation, this hotel offers an abundance of both.
Quinta Real, Huatulco, Mexico
Set on a rocky hillside overlooking Tangolunda Bay, this beautiful hotel features Master Suites, Grand Class Suites, Grand Class Suites with Private Pool, and the Presidential Suite. Paradise surrounds you, whether swimming in the infinity pool overlooking the bay or grabbing a cocktail in the Sky lounge built on the treetop, this hotel will not disappoint.
Hacienda San Angel, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
This hotel is quaint with only twenty suites lie within multiple villas that are connected by terraces and lush gardens. Each villa has been gloriously restored by local artisans, with creature comforts such as air conditioning, marble floors, vaulted ceilings and French windows added along the way. The hotel offers guests fountains, winding paths through tropical foliage and gardens, fine woodwork and colonial tile and is filled with Mexican antiques and art work. Close to the landmark Guadelupe Church, enjoy views of the church, bay and city. If you love personal service, antiques, and Mexican culture, this property is perfect.
Hotel La Tortuga, Playa Del Carmen, Riviera Maya Mexico
A slightly larger boutique hotel with 51 rooms, this hotel offers simple and comfortable rooms and very close to all the shopping and nightlife of Playa Del Carmen. People who love nightlife and being close to restaurants and shopping will love this hotel.
Jake's, St Elizabeth, Jamaica
Located on the less touristy south coast stand 39 colorful, rustic and eclectic cottages ranging from rooms to 4 bedroom villas sit on Treasure Beach. This artsy hip boutique resort give visitors a taste of the real Jamaican hospitality. The bohemian atmosphere and chic hotel make this perfect for a romantic getaway or family adventure. We love the Mussels 3 bedroom cottage with an outdoor shower and beautiful oceanfront views.
The Caves, Negril, Jamaica
In the west end of Jamaica, this 13 room resort offers guests dramatic landscape and comfortable rooms. The resort is posed on limestone cliffs overlooking turquoise blue waters. A perfect oceanfront sanctuary for romance or just a stress free getaway. Don't forget to check out the cigar and rum bar. If you are brave enough, jump from the cliff into the ocean.
The New York EDITION, New York, NY
Extraordinary comfort and service in the Big Apple. Originally built in 1909 as the headquarters for The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the historic 41-story clock tower offers jaw-dropping 360-degree views and is an iconic landmark against the city skyline. From standard guest rooms to loft suites, this hotel offers rooms for the most discriminating taste. Book in advance and save up to 25% off regular rates.
La Sirenuse, Positano Italy
If you travel to Italy do not skip a few days in Positano. A 50 km drive drom Naples, this hotel offers an intimate 58 rooms, breathtaking views, Michelin-starred La Sponda restaurant, plus a champagne and oyster bar with jaw dropping views of the sea
" Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn't quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone."-John Steinbeck