The Best Hotels In Mexico With Pool In The Room

From Los Cabos to the Riviera Maya there are many types of hotels in Mexico and one of my favorites are those that have a pool in the room. Whether to go on a couple's trip or simply to rest, the rooms with plunge pool They are an added plus when they have spectacular views.

Something I look for when booking a hotel room with a pool is that the water is warm or lukewarm and this is my list of the best hotels with a pool in the room in Mexico.

If you are looking the best hotels for a romantic escape in Mexico read my previous article.

Waldorf Astoria Pedregal, Los Cabos

The Waldorf Astoria Pedregal It is without a doubt one of my favorite hotels in Mexico but having a pool in the room is even better. It has a view of the Pacific Ocean and the desert from where you can see the best sunrises and sunsets. The pool is large and of course heated.

I made a video with the full review of the Waldorf Astoria Pedregal Los Cabos on my YouTube channel.

Banyan Tree Mayakoba

The Banyan Tree Mayakoba It is an incredible hotel and ideal to enjoy as a couple or as a family. All rooms are villas so they have a huge heated pool right outside your room.

You can decide what type of view you want, be it jungle or sea and it is a very good option to relax or refresh.

If you haven't seen my video yet Banyan Tree Mayakoba on my YouTube channel, go check it out.

One&Only Mandarina

The One & Only Mandarina It is one of my favorite hotels in Mexico. Being immersed in the jungle of Nayarit in a tree house makes you really enjoy your experience with nature. The room itself is wonderful and having a plunge pool is even better.

I did a complete review of the One & Only Mandarina on my YouTube channel.

Belmond Casa Sierra Nevada

In the historic center of San Miguel de Allende, you will find the beautiful Belmond Casa Sierra Nevada a few meters from the iconic cathedral. The suites and the presidential suite have a terrace and heated pool in the room, in addition to being located in an incredible location ideal for exploring the city of San Miguel de Allende. After a tiring day exploring the city it was good to return to relax in our private pool before dinner.

You can find the full review I did of the Belmond Casa Sierra Nevada SMA on my YouTube channel.

Cala de Mar, Ixtapa

All rooms in Sea Cove They have a pool in the room and, being located on a cliff, they all have an infinite view of the Pacific Ocean. This hotel is ideal for couples, it is a romantic hotel and it is 45 minutes flying from CDMX.

I made a video on Sea Cove on my YouTube channel.

Viceroy, Riviera Maya

Another romantic hotel is the Viceroy Riviera Maya. This hotel has a large heated pool in our room surrounded by jungle. This option is perfect for an escape with your partner or to give yourself a break from the city.

The complete review of Viceroy Riviera Maya You can find it on my YouTube channel.

Chable Maroma

In the middle of the jungle in the Riviera Maya is this beautiful resort where you can find a pool in your room. What I like about this plunge pool is that you can see coatis walking while you enjoy your swim in your pool.

I made a video about Chable Maroma on my YouTube channel, it was my first video.

Nobu Los Cabos

The Nobu Los Cabos It is a great option if what you are looking for is sunbathing and tranquility. The plunge pool room has its own jacuzzi in the pool and is ideal for a romantic getaway with your partner. We also stayed in the swim up room which was a very good option but we loved our plunge pool because we had more privacy.

Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués

If you are in CDMX and are looking for a romantic escape close to the city, the Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués in Acapulco it is a great option. Each villa has its own heated plunge pool with spectacular views and is only 4-5 hours by car or 38 minutes by plane.

If you have any recommendations for hotels with a pool in the room that I should visit, please write it in the comments section below.

Do you want to know what they are? the most photogenic hotels in Mexico? Read my previous article where I tell you.

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