Mexico Hotels Archive

Luxury Yucatan Travel and Unique Experiences in Mexico

What separates a luxury travel tour from one that’s just average? It’s not about the equipment or the van or the hotel you return to at night. As Catherwood Travels knows, it’s more about attentive service and giving you unique experiences that nobody else can match. Any company that came along and tried to duplicate […]

Westin Guadalajara a Reliable Hotel Choice in the Second City

Guadalajara is a bit of a mystery when it comes to high-end hotels. You would think the second-largest city in a country filled with excellent hotels and resorts would have plenty of great ones here. Unfortunately, most of them are routine business hotels meant for domestic and international deal-makers who value convenience and loyalty points […]

Hacienda Temozon Video Tour and Updated Review

We keep getting drawn back to the lovely Hacienda Temozon near Merida and keep taking a hundred photos when visiting even though we already have plenty. It’s that kind of hotel. So picturesque, so well-designed, so not home, that it’s hard to just put the camera away and say “ahhhh.” It’s hard to capture this […]

Our Video Tour of Las Alcobas in Mexico City

We update our luxury hotel reviews when they’ve been up several years or some significant renovations have been unveiled. With Las Alcobas in Mexico City D.F., we visited right before it opened and hadn’t really experienced it in action. Here’s a video tour for a look of what it’s like inside. For some types of […]

A Video Tour of Four Seasons Mexico City

It’s hard to write something new about the Four Seasons Mexico. It’s a luxury hotel that’s consistently great year after year, one that just keeps winning awards and getting repeat guests who are the movers and shakers visiting D.F.—the second-largest city in the world. So this time when Luxury Latin America visited, we shot a […]

San Miguel’s Newest Luxury Boutique Hotel – El Palomar

There’s no shortage of gorgeous homes-turned-boutique-hotel options in Mexico’s most gentrified town: San Miguel de Allende. That’s a good thing for guests though since every new one ups the bar a bit and keeps the rest from slacking off. The latest one on the scene is El Palomar, located on San Francisco street near the […]