Mexico Hotels Archive

Your First Visit to Cancun or the Riviera Maya

Cancun is the most popular destination in Mexico by far, seeing close to 5 million tourists pass through its airport doors last year. This region fights it out with the Dominican Republic—the whole country—as the #1 destination on the Caribbean Sea. For many tourists it’s the gateway to Mexico, where they arrive for the very […]

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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 […]

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New Boutique Hotel Cacao in Playa del Carmen

I was guest #1 to check in to Hotel Cacao in Playa del Carmen recently, so if you’ve read a full review of the place somewhere, it was likely penned by an intern sitting in a cubicle in New York City, reading a press release. Click on that photo above and it’ll go to a […]

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A Mexican Hotel for Foodies: Casa Oaxaca

Sometimes a hotel gets famous for its view or its sumptuous rooms, others are best known for their bar. For Casa Oaxaca in the city of the same name, the restaurant of the same name is a big draw. Our latest Mexico hotel review is from what is in many peoples’ eyes the best food […]

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Mexico Tourism: Good Times Are Back

I spent last week at the Tianguis Turistico Mexican tourism fair in Cancun/Riviera Maya and I mingled with quite the upbeat crowd. The last time I attended this thing was two years ago, when most of the talk was about drug violence perceptions and the struggle to convince Americans to return in big numbers to […]

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All-inclusive Luxury in Cancun at Secrets The Vine

Secrets The Vine in the Cancun hotel zone is a welcome, adults-only resort that really manages to deliver high-end service for one set price. Yeah, we know: you hear the phrase “all-inclusive” and you picture annoying wrist bands, buffet restaurants, keeping track of towels, and ponying up extra money for internet access. The Secrets chain […]

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