In 1962, two luxury chains – Western International Hotels (later rebranded to Westin Hotels & Resorts) and Camino Real – joined forces to introduce the first-ever international luxury hotel brand in Mexico. In 1993, Camino Real and Westin ended their partnership and Camino Real became part of the Grupo Real Turismo clan. The 17 Camino Real properties are known for their versatile Mexican locations, which vary from sprawling oceanfront resorts to traditional urban hotels. Regardless of where you choose to stay, you can count on modern facilities and a commitment to quality service that's reflective of the Grupo Real name. And as a member of the Grupo Real clan, Camino Real allows guests enrolled in the Círculo Real (Royal Circle) program to receive extra perks like priority booking and room upgrades. Hotels sporting the Camino Real title appear on our Best Hotels in Mexico list; U.S. News-ranked properties are listed below.