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The Best Rated Exclusive Beaches in Mexico: Private Luxury at Your Fingertips

Imagine a world where the sand feels like silk; creamy white pebbles slip smoothly between your toes as you walk, while looking out at the glimmering Caribbean Sea that sparkles clear turquoise tones. All the while, you are savoring authentic tamales, fresh ceviche and margaritas made from local limes. This is not a fantasy. This is Mexico. Also don’t forget to follow our Flighthub Google + page for our recent deals to Mexico.

Cancún, a city in southeastern Mexico, is home to some of the most breathtaking, exclusive beaches. To get the scene described above and more, you will want to check out Ixchel Beach Hotel, a Mexico beach resort located in Isla Mujeres (Women’s Island.) This hotel, with its Mexican casual décor, opened its doors in 2006. The rooms are painted in beige with white-linen beds and brown wooden doors leading out to balconies that open to the incredible Cancún beach and the blue ocean that looks like it goes on for miles and miles. This hotel is perfect for honeymooners or family vacations, offering its guests numerable amenities including water sports, deep-sea fishing, world-class restaurants, cabanas and more.

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Cancun, Mexico

Moving into an even more secret location is the intimate Las Nubes de Holbox, located in the Yucatacan Peninsula north of Quintana Roo. This island is separate from Mexico’s mainland, where the most exotic animals in the world can be seen from your bedroom balcony, making Las Nubes de Holbox an off the grid, romantic experience that you will never forget. The only way to get to this Mexico beach resort is by boat. When you aren’t soaking in the sun near the shimmering blue lagoon, you can also enjoy delicious martinis in the lounge that reflects a panoramic view of Holbox. Don’t miss the sunsets here. They are so spectacular, not even the best camera can capture its magnificence.

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Beach Peninsula, Mexico

Finally, we get to the crème de crème. This place is none other than Hotelito Desconocido, a 5-star hotel featuring wooden bungalows that sit on stilts and are situated right in the middle of a UNESCO-protected nature reserve. Hotelito Desconocido is truly where fantasy meets reality. Let your body settle into complete bliss at the hotel spa, where you can experience thalassotherapy treatments including bubble beds, geysers, waterfalls, massages and facials. The food is made from fresh fruits, vegetables and spices sourced from the hotel’s very own organic garden and the fish only come from the sea surrounding the bungalows. And each private room, also called ‘palafitos,’ bursts with personal touches of canopy beds, marble tubs, hammocks, wicker love seats, deck fences made out of bamboo, colourful tapestry all coming together with gorgeous wooden floors. Outdoor activities are also in abundance here. Take a ride on a catamaran; go bird and wildlife watching, windsurf or even take a cooking class with your one and only. Then, end your day by cozying up in blue wooden chairs on the porch of your bungalow and take in the orange, pink, red and purple coloured sunsets. There’s truly nothing like this.

Splurge on the room and not the flight by using FlightHub, where you can book cheap flights to Mexico and other surrounding areas. If you are looking for more exclusive beach hotel accommodations, make sure to follow FlightHub on Twitter or contact there 24/7 sales agents at 1-800-900-1431 and they will be happy to assist you in creating the perfect vacation that will make your friends and family wish they could spend those beautiful days in your shoes…. or lack there of.

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