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Los Flamingos

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This hot-pink, cliff-side hotel was a favorite hangout of co-owners John Wayne and Johnny ("Tarzan") Weissmuller. A young busboy at the...

Misión

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Two minutes from the zócalo, this enchanting, colonial-style hotel surrounds a greenery-rich courtyard with an outdoor dining area that's...

Monte Taxco

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A colonial style predominates at this full-service hotel, which has a knockout view, a funicular, three restaurants, and a disco; it's...

Parador del Sol

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Germans and Canadians favor this low-key, all-inclusive resort's white villas scattered throughout gardens along both the lagoon and...

Park Hotel & Tennis Center

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A helpful staff and a prime location make this an appealing place to stay. Rooms, which have colonial-style furnishings, are around a...

Posada San Javier

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The secluded San Javier sprawls haphazardly around a junglelike garden with a pool and a wishing well. In addition to guest rooms, there...

Posada de la Misión

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Laid out like a colonial-style village, this hotel has well-kept doubles with beamed ceilings and two-bedroom suites; some come with...

Quinta Real

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A member of Mexico's most prestigious hotel chain, this low-slung hillside resort overlooks the sea, about a 15-minute drive from downtown.

The Banyan Tree Cabo Marqués

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Well away from the crowds, the discos, and the oft-crowded beaches are Banyan Tree's romantic luxury villas, each with its own small...

Villas Ukae Kim

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You can't miss this colorful, rustic seaside lodge. The large rooms are painted in bright Mexican hues, and all have terraces and mosquito...

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