¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo! Oceanfront Rooms Worthy of a Fiesta!

Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow, so we’ve rounded up some of the most swoon-worthy oceanfront rooms in Mexico. From views of the Caribbean Sea to private infinity pools on the beach, these hotels will have you saying me encanta la playa (I love the beach) in no time.

Presidential Suite at The Westin Resort & Spa, Los Cabos

Not all Presidential Suites are created equal, and the Presidential Suite at The Westin Resort & Spa, Los Cabos is proof of that. Having entertained celebrities and world leaders, this fashionable resort is certainly one of the most stunning oceanfront rooms we’ve come across. At 2,254 square feet, this suite’s crowning glory is its expanded balcony overlooking the beach and the ocean. From inside of the suite, guests can also see the ocean from the shower and the wall of glass in the parlor that opens up to the balcony. Romantics will marvel at the two-person bathtub and the outdoor, candlelit hot tub, while those who enjoy convenience will love the full kitchen, walk-in closet and comfortable dining area. All we can say is ¡qué magnífico (How magnificent!)!

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Oceanfront Casita Suites at The Fairmont Mayakoba, Riviera Maya
What could possibly be more luxurious than having your own private infinity pool on a beach in Mexico? If you’re having trouble thinking of anything, then we’re on the same page. The Oceanfront Casita Suites at The Fairmont Mayakoba, Riviera Maya not only boast these stunning pools with views of the Caribbean Sea and the island of Cozumel, but they also have many other enviable amenities including high ceilings, marble bathrooms, soaking tubs, LCD TVs and terraces. The private stairways that lead to the beach are the cherries on top of these sumptuous rooms. Remember to drink a beer on the beach, and you’ll be convinced you’re living in a Corona commercial.

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Presidential Suites at Le Meridien Cancun Resort & Spa
Named one of the “World’s Best Places to Stay” on the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List, Le Meridien Cancun Resort & Spa’s Presidential Suites help this lavish property live up to its reputation. The suites are located on the top two floors of the resort and face the sparkling Caribbean Sea. Spacious oceanfront balconies with lounge chairs and tables make the perfect locale to enjoy a fruity cocktail or soak in the majesty of your surroundings. Enjoy in-room gems such as three 32-inch flatscreen TVs, a dining room that seats up to eight people, a rainforest shower and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi that overlooks the ocean. After a few nights in one of these amazing rooms, you’ll be saying ¡qué lástima! (what a pity) when it’s time to go home.

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Ocean Front Suites at The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun
If spring break debauchery comes to mind when you think of Cancun, let The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun reshape your perspective of this coastal city. Elegance is the name of the game at The Ritz, and a stay in one of its Ocean Front Suites will make you feel like a VIP in no time. With amazing panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea, these suites provide a sanctuary for guests looking to escape the chaos of day-to-day life. Amenities include three balconies, gourmet espresso machines, iPod docking stations, marble bathrooms and luxury bath amenities, so after a day of frolicking in 1,200 feet of white sand, an Ocean Front Suite is the perfect place to pamper yourself.

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Check out the view from an Ocean Front Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun.

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Jessica, or "Skely" as she’s known around the office, had her first taste of adventure at the age of two, when her father put her on a child leash and took her hiking at Point Lobos in Monterey, California. Well, the leash eventually came off, but her love for exploring never ceased. Her adventures include scuba diving with manta rays, rock climbing and rappelling off 150-foot cliffs, and solo camping in Utah at the age of 14. Prior to Room 77, Jessica worked as a content producer for TravelMuse, an online travel-planning site, and as an editor at Your Music Magazine. When she’s not blogging for Room 77, you’ll find her reading a good book or spiraling further into the depths of her 30 Rock addiction.