With its mahogany furnishings, carved wooden doors, intricate mosaic floors, and air of genteel sophistication, this converted henequen estate exudes luxury. Rooms have ceilings that are more than 20-feet high, plus marble tubs, twin hammocks, plunge pools, and comfortable beds with piles of pillows; modern lighting, Blu-ray players, and remote-controlled air-conditioning add creature comforts to most of them. Room No. 1 is decorated with antiques from the original hacienda and even has a telescope you can use to watch the stars. Pictures of former U.S. presidents who've stayed here hang in the hacienda’s library. The gorgeous grounds have tennis courts, a small chapel for weddings, and a spa. You can also catch a ride to two nearby cenotes in a donkey-pulled trolley.