Mexico Archive

Casa Dragones Sipping Tequila

Often here on the Luxury Latin America blog we’ll review brands of tequila that taste like a high-end spirit but are priced at $40 a bottle or less. Casa Dragones is definitely not one of those. At a list price of $275, this is an ultra-premium tequila best given as a client gift or a […]

Casareyna Luxury Boutique Hotel in Puebla City

You would think that the fourth-largest city in Mexico, a place with a huge colonial center, would be loaded with luxury hotels. You would be wrong, because just as with #2 (Guadalajara) and #3 (Monterey), there just aren’t enough moneyed foreign tourists to fill a lot of beds in the city of Puebla. These big […]

A Luxury Boutique Hotel in San Cristobal de Las Casas

There are some areas of Mexico that seem perpetually underserved in terms of high-end hotels and one of those has long been San Cristobal de Las Casas in Chiapas. Sure, there are plenty of interesting small hotels with a sense of place, but it’s been hard to find one with all the expected luxe amenities […]

Adventure & Travel Trends in Latin America

Your editor for this publication has been on the conference circuit lately, listening to a lot of presentations on what’s new and trending in the worlds of luxury travel and adventure travel. One big trend is, those two are converging like never before. More luxury travelers are mixing in adventure activities and wanting to stay […]

Eat Mexico! A Foodie Tour of Puebla and D.F.

There’s some good food scattered around other parts of Latin America, but it’s really tough for anyone to challenge Mexico when it come to intensity or diversity. You’re going to eat interesting food pretty much anywhere in the country, but in some regions they elevate cooking to high art, even when it comes to simple […]

After Hurricane Odile, Los Cabos Hotels in Rebuilding Mode

This past Sunday, September 14 of 2014, Hurricane Odile slammed into the the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula and hit the popular tourist region with heavy winds and waves. Since most of the resorts are right on the water, none was completely spared and some will be closed indefinitely. Many tourists have been stranded […]