Mexico Archive

An Unexpected Grand Hotel in Tepatitlan, Jalisco in Mexico

File this one under “great surprises in unexpected places.” The town of Tepatitlán in Jalisco, 74 kilometers from Guadalajara, is not the kind of place where you’d expect to find a luxury hotel with flair. It’s the center of an area best known for its farms, producing lots of Mexico’s milk, eggs, and pork. The […]

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Our Updated Review: Casa Sandra Hotel on Holbox Island

If the above scene looks enticing to you, this warm and sunny place where you can lounge around by the sea, first know that it’s not your ordinary resort. It’s Casa Sandra on Holbox Island, a place where you get around by bike or golf cart because there aren’t any cars. Not so long ago […]

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Clase Azul Tequila in a Hand-Crafted Bottle

Usually when you hear premium tequila described as coming in “a beautiful bottle,” that bottle is usually glass. There are a few that are packaged in real Mexican pottery though and the Clase Azul packages are real works of art. Made by hand on a pottery wheel, fired, and hand-painted with fine glazes, these are […]

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Spacious Suites at Grand Residences Riviera Cancun

It’s hard to stand out these days when you open a new luxury hotel in the Riviera Maya region of Mexico. There are already plenty to choose from that offer great facilities and pampering service by the Caribbean Sea. Grand Residences Riviera Cancun manages to be memorable, however, by offering some of the largest and […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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