Cuisine Archive

The Hacienda Hotel Re-imagined: Chable Resort & Spa Outside Merida

Hacienda hotels in the Yucatan state of Mexico have normally followed a similar playbook, but Chablé Resort & Spa is a bold new addition that embraces modern design in the guest quarters. It’s not that Chablé has ignored the roots of its location in the land where sisal fiber production once created an empire built on [&hellip

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The Best Restaurants in Mendoza, Argentina

Food and wine go together like travel and a passport and in Mendoza you’ll find the combo at every turn. In a wine-producing country like Argentina, it’s seen as a God-given right to have wine with your meal. When going to Argentina to explore wineries, food inevitably becomes part of the experience. Food in Argentina [&hellip

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A Private Yacht Tour Around the Islands of Belize

Some destinations seem tailor made for a private yacht tour where you sail around warm waters with your own crew. Belize is definitely one of those, with a stretch of the world’s second-longest coral reef and lots of islands to explore scattered off the coast from north to south. In terms of logistics, you can’t [&hellip

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House of Jasmines Revised Review and Video Tour

The best luxury hotels in each region tend to stay that way, but over time many of them do improve or add more buildings to the mix. Both are true with the country estancia retreat House of Jasmines outside of Salta, in Argentina. When we first reviewed this Salta hotel it was kind of a [&hellip

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An Empanada Cooking Class at House of Jasmines in Salta

As I sat down to eat my empanadas that came straight out of the oven, I thought they just might be the best ones I’ve ever had. Part of that was probably an emotional feeling about the process though: I put them together with my own hands in a cooking class at House of Jasmines [&hellip

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A Luxury Rosewood Hotel Opens in Puebla, Mexico

Puebla is the fourth-largest city in Mexico and has one of the largest colonial centers. It’s the major center for talavera tile so closely associated with the Spanish Colonial decor and some of that tile adorns the grand buildings from centuries past. Marching in now and making a grand entrance is the new Rosewood Puebla Hotel. [&hellip

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