Hotels Near Playa Del Carmen and Veracruz
Close To Mexico’s Best Attractions
Whether you’re an eco-adventurer, a historian, or an arts enthusiast, you’ll find a wide assortment of activities within range of all three of our hotels. Tour Mayan ruins, dive the Mesoamerican Reef, or indulge in a little retail therapy. With locations in and near Playa del Carmen and Veracruz, Artisan The Handmade Hotels Collection enables you to explore some of Mexico’s most enthralling attractions with ease.
Thousands of cruise ships arrive at this island every day, making it one of the busiest ports of call in the world. It’s also a premier site for diving, highlighted by the majesty of the Mesoamerican Reef.
This lively, all-inclusive eco-theme park features snorkeling, river and cave tours, zip lining, and even cliff jumping. Spend an adrenaline-filled day testing your limits, relaxing, and having a wonderful time.
Cenote Dos Ojos
The word “cenote” means sinkhole, and Cenote Dos Ojos (“two eyes”) is so named for the close proximity of two such sinkholes, connected by a passageway. It’s an incredible dive site, with remarkably clear water and great visibility. Those who prefer not to dive can swim in the surprisingly light-filled caverns.
Tulum is one of the most remarkable tourist destinations in Quintana Roo. It is made up of the famous archaeological zone, the hotel zone, and the town itself – three individual places, bound together by geography, history, and beauty.
The ruins of this ancient city date back over 2,000 years, and feature several structures, including the Ancient Pyramid, which the public is free to climb.
No visit to the Riviera Maya is complete without visiting this eco-archaeological park, which pays homage to the rich natural beauty of Mexico. Discover the region’s most beautiful flora and fauna, tour the ancient Mayan cenotes, swim with dolphins, and witness the fascinating Voladores de Papantla show.
Chichen Itza is the most famous of the ancient Mayan cities; it’s best known for El Castillo, the enormous pyramid that dominates its landscape. Additional ruins within the city include the Sacred Cenote and the Temple of the Warriors. Chichen Itza has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Known the world over for its historic architecture, Mérida is the capital city of the state of Yucatan, and boasts its own unique culture. Visit the many museums and cultural institutions in the center of town, or spend an afternoon people watching in Plaza de la Independencia.
With great restaurants and nightlife, as well as exhilarating outdoor activities, this sea port is well worth a visit during your stay. Divers should explore the amazing Cenote La Noria.
Playa del Carmen
This vibrant city is home to fantastic beaches and world-class diving; the bustling main thoroughfare, Quinta Avenida, features excellent shopping, dining, and nightlife.
What more can be said about this world-famous city? Cancun is one of Mexico’s best-known tourist destinations, with a multitude of bars and nightclubs dotting its lively Zona Hotelera neighborhood. Spend a little time in the quieter downtown area as well.
Veracruz’s capital city boasts an intriguing historic center, brimming with plazas, gardens, and interesting museums. Be sure to stop by the Xalapa Cathedral while you’re here.
Port of Veracruz
Mexico’s oldest port is also one of its busiest, with millions of tons of products passing through it on an annual basis. Downtown Veracruz is home to a thriving nightlife as well.
Artisan Hotels Group
Carretera Federal Chetumal-Cancún Km. 307. Lote 71 y 72. Fraccionamiento Playa Paraíso, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, México, C.P. 77710.