Best 5 Star Luxury Resorts and Hotels
Huatulco, pronounced 'Whah-tool-koh', is a resort area
also known as the "Bahías de Huatulco" (the Bays of
Huatulco), centered around the town of La Crucecita and
the resort area of Santa Cruz.
Huatulco has nine bays with thirty-six beaches, many of
which are pristine, undeveloped, and accessible only by
boat. With the help of local guides and businesses, one
can explore the beaches and bays in relative privacy or
in groups. Diving and snorkeling are popular in the
Huatulco's Best Luxury Resort:
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Perched on one of the hills that plunge into the
Tangolunda Cove, all lodgings at Quinta Real Huatulco
are suites with partial or full ocean views.
beach is offered for guests to walk along the shore or
take moonlit walks. Complimentary shuttle service is
provided to the beach club where guests can enjoy many
recreational activities such as water sports or scuba
The hotel is adjacent to an 18-hole golf course.
Two restaurants are provided – including one gourmet
of the 28 spacious guest rooms includes a private
furnished balcony or terrace with ocean views and inlaid
Rooms have cream-and-white decor, hardwood
Mexican furnishings, slate tile floors, wood-beamed
ceilings and regional artworks. Marble bathrooms offer
slippers, bathrobes, and spa tubs and most have ocean
Hypoallergenic bedding is available, complimentary
newspaper, a private bathroom, complimentary bottled
water and air conditioning is available. Extra towels,
linens and bedding are provided as desired.
Camino real Zaashila blends the architectural charms of
a Mediterranean village with Mexican artistic elements
in its setting along scenic Tangolunda Bay. A
championship 18-hole golf course is located three
kilometers from this property.
on-site restaurants and bars include Chez Binni, an
open-air, fine-dining establishment that prepares
Mexican cuisine, seafood dishes and vegetarian
selections. Tempting choices at Azul Profudo include
seafood bisque with mezcal, and beef tenderloin with
roquefort and chipotle-honey glaze. Beachfront bars
offer late hours and scenic settings.
outdoor pool is sculpted in a series of channel-linked
open areas with a beach entry, built-in lounges and a
garden island. One end of the pool houses an
eight-person spa tub. Palapas along the beach offer
shade and are used as shelters for hair-braiding and
open-air massage. The resort's recreational amenities
include an illuminated, artificial-grass tennis court.
There are no water sports available on the beach, but an
independent operator at the resort can arrange
watercraft, scuba diving and fishing-boat rentals.
Camino Real Zaashila offers 148 spacious guestrooms and
suites in two- and three-story buildings. All rooms and
suites feature furnished balconies that overlook
Tangolunda Bay. Décor includes tan-marble floors and
bathrooms, rose-marble vanities, wrought-iron dining
sets, rattan reading chairs with footstools, ivory-toned
furniture, brightly painted ceilings and pastel
Huatulco Beach Resort
six-story resort offers 346 air-conditioned guestrooms
with ocean, garden, or pool views. Contemporary décor
features neutral color schemes with vibrantly hued
on-site restaurants and bars offer a variety of dining
choices, among them Don Quijote that serves Italian
cuisine, and La Tortuga that prepares casual fare and
offers beach and poolside ambience. Bar Jorongo hosts
lively musical entertainment and provides a dance floor.
resort features two outdoor, palm-bordered pools, four
lighted tennis courts, a putting green and a dive shop.
On-site water sports include snorkeling, kayaking, sail
boating, water aerobics and beach volleyball. Nightly
shows are performed at the Oaxaca Theatre. The resort
accommodates young guests, ages five through 12, by
providing a playground, and supervised craft and beach
activities at the resort's Club Barcy. Property
amenities include an arcade room, laundry services and
an on-site concierge.
Brisas Huatulco is found at the Tangolunda Bay, with
over 20 hectares of exuberant vegetation and four
idyllic private beaches of golden sand. Dive in the
natural wonders of the precious Bahias de Huatulco, the
place that invites you to rest and make your vacation an
the exotic gardens, 482 magnificent rooms are
distributed into four beautiful towns: mountains, stars,
clouds and the exclusive sea section. In a minimalist
style, these rooms emphasize the impressive sea view and
the variety of vegetation as the best decorative
The resort has a dominant Mexican contemporary style
that was created by Richard Legorreta. A well-trained
and efficient staff is on-site to assist with any needs
you might require. The hotel is just minutes away from
dining, shopping and entertainment venues.