A guest walks on a walkway at Viceroy Los Cabos resort
Joe Fletcher

Viceroy Los Cabos

Los Cabos, Mexico

A cookie-cutter hotel this is not. Originally designed by Mexican architect Miguel Ángel Aragonés and recently refreshed, the Viceroy Los Cabos resembles a series of stark white cubes that seem to float in blue reflecting pools. Elevated walkways crisscross the property, meeting at Nido (“nest” in Spanish), a latticed, nestlike structure where guests can dine on ceviche while gazing at the sea. New this year is the addition of a beachfront pool and bar. —Kate Rockwood

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