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5 Japanese hotels (too beautiful) that you have to visit in Mexico

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These hotels in Mexico will transport you to Japan with its architecture and decoration. The best thing is that several are close to CDMX.

Do you have among your travel purposes to visit Japan? If so, but for now you have not succeeded, we have the good news that there are Japanese-inspired hotels in Mexico that not only offer an architecture very similar to that of Japanese buildings, but also transport you to the Asian continent with their proposal gastronomy, hospitality and unique details. Don’t wait any longer and stay in one of these spectacular places, some are very close to CDMX.

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Ryo Kan– Mexico City

Its finishes full of details will win over any design lover, since it mixes elements of the culture of Japan and Mexico to give a unique result that they call style. urban lodge japamex. Its 10 rooms will make you feel at tokyowith its minimalist style that stands out for the shōji -sliding doors-. The concept of the site is to follow the line omotenashiwhich is based on the reception, respect and harmony. The place is beautiful and you can also reserve its spaces to make home office per hour, in case you don’t want to stay there.

WEBSITE: RYOKAN.MX
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Photo: Courtesy
Photo: courtesy

JapoNeza Retreat– Atlangatepec, Tlaxcala

Located just two hours from Mexico City, you will find an accommodation surrounded by nature, with details of Japanese culture and elements that will make you feel on another continent. Designed by the architect Fausto Terán, JapoNeza Retreat was created with the purpose of becoming a rest destination and a tribute to the community that surrounds it. There you can enjoy all the comforts and luxuries you can imagine, with services such as personalized butler, private chef and a delicious traditional Japanese outdoor bath, among many other activities.

WEBSITE: INSTAGRAM
Photo: JapoNeza Retreat
Photo: JapoNeza Retreat
Photo: JapoNeza Retreat

Nobu Los Cabos – Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur

Its beauty has led it to be the recipient of design and architecture awards. In this place, elements of Japanese culture are intermingled – where wood is the protagonist – with a very exclusive contemporary touch. The place has beautiful views of the Mexican coast of Baja California Sur and consists of 200 suites and rooms, as well as extensive spaces for meetings and events, a spa, infinity pools worthy of photography, private cabins and an incomparable gastronomic offer where the kitchen Japanese and Mexican are the main protagonists.

WEBSITE: NOBUHOTELS.COM
Photo: Nobu Los Cabos
Photo: Nobu Los Cabos
Photo: Nobu Los Cabos
Photo: Nobu Los Cabos

Camino Real Sumiya– Cuernavaca, Morelos

One of the great classics located in Cuernavaca that even over the years preserves its beauty and serenity. Its Japanese-style buildings with ponds and fish will make you feel like you’re in a small village in Japan. As if that were not enough, it has several restaurants that offer bruffet and brunch on weekends, as well as a good-sized pool and gardens with majestic trees. During your stay, you can book a tour of its Japanese theater, where they will tell you about the history of the place and its energetic value.

WEBSITE: CAMINOREAL.COM
Photo: Camino Real
Photo: Camino Real
Photo: Camino Real

Hotel Fujitaya– Queretaro, Queretaro

This five-star hotel has all the necessary facilities to make your stay a unique experience, from a spa and outdoor pool to a gym and relaxation areas. Its decoration has a Japanese influence and its rooms are spacious and with a relaxing essence. The best thing is that it is only a little over two hours by car from CDMX, making it a perfect option to go on a weekend.

Website: hotelfujitayaqueretaro.com
Photo: Fujitaya Queretaro
Photo: Fujitaya Queretaro
Photo: Fujitaya Queretaro

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