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Approaching Ancient Mayan Ruins on Horseback

Want to feel like a conquistador and have a brag-worthy excursion that nobody you know has experienced? We’ve got one for you that’s not very far away, but very exotic in feel: entering the impressive Xunantunich site on horseback. Nobody ever approached it that way in its heyday, which was off and on from 670 […]

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A Luxury Hotel Within a Luxury Hotel at Mousai in Puerto Vallarta

Taking a cue from Vegas perhaps, the most exclusive hotel in Puerto Vallarta right now is a new entry that’s inside another more established hotel that’s been around for a while. Mousai is an enclave that’s a step above—both figuratively and in location, from the Garza Blanca Hotel on the waterfront in Banderas Bay, Mexico. […]

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Two Top Mexican Wine Country Hotels in Northern Baja California

  California the state gets all the attention (and the crowds) when it comes to wine, but if you head south from San Diego to Valle de Guadalupe, there’s a thriving wine region there as well. We’ve just posted reviews of two Baja Norte hotels to consider if you’re touring this lesser-known wine region. It’s […]

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Lovely Las Alamandas in Pacific Mexico

An alamanda is a beautiful yellow flower that grows in the Costalegre Pacific Coast region of Jalisco. Las Alamandas the luxury resort follows its namesake, filling your eyes with beauty no matter which direction you look in from the lawns and wide beach around the villas holding 16 suites. While Puerto Vallarta has the crowds […]

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The Best Large Luxury Hotel in Historic Antigua

We’ve been updating some of our Antigua, Guatemala luxury hotel reviews following a recent trip where we added a few new ones. We just posted a revamped review of the hotel there that continually comes out on top as one of the best in Central America in magazine readers’ polls: Casa Santo Domingo. I’ve said […]

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A New Inkaterra Hotel in the Sacred Valley of Peru

Some of the best luxury hotels in Peru are run by a local operation that’s both upscale and environmentally sensitive: Inkaterra. This award-winning small chain has just opened a new property in the Urubamba region of the Sacred Valley. We were one of the first media outlets to get a correspondent in to check it […]

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