Cuisine Archive

Refined Antiquity at Meson Sacristia Boutique Hotel in Puebla

  We wrote back in April about the great Mexican Poblano cuisine cooking class at Meson Sacristia de la Compania boutique hotel in Puebla. That’s reason enough to stay at this quirky upscale hotel, but it’s just one facet of an unforgettable experience in Mexico’s fourth-largest city. It’s got a mouthful of a name to [...]

Sleek Nizuc Resort on the Edge of Cancun

After a bit of a lull in new hotel openings on the Caribbean coast of Mexico, a few new projects have opened in the past year. The latest and greatest is the sleek Nizuc Resort & Spa that’s a quick hop from the Cancun airport. This place was a while in the making, changing hands [...]

Yemaya Upscale Yoga Retreat on Little Corn Island

When we arrived at Yemaya Island Hideaway and Spa on Nicaragua’s Little Corn Island, it reminded me of my younger backpacker days roaming around the islands of Thailand and Indonesia. An unspoiled coast with natural beaches, little cottages tucked away behind the coconut palms. No big resort complex with sprawling concrete structures, just some unobtrusive [...]

Puebla Cooking Class at Mesones Sacristia Boutique Hotel

There are several cities in Mexico that are known for their food and Puebla is one of them. This city a bit to the east of the capital is included on any good culinary tour and is the land of the famous mole poblano. The word “poblano” refers to a type of pepper, but it [...]

A Tour of Viceroy Zihuatanejo Resort in Mexico

Some luxury resorts top “best of” lists by being consistently great year after year. Now on its third name, Viceroy Zihuatanejo is one of those that keeps pleasing long-time guests no matter what logo is on the sign out front. Through serendipity or magazine assignments I get outside of Luxury Latin America, I sometimes end [...]