Mexico Hotels Archive

Adventure Travel Developments in Mexico

Last week I ran down new developments I found at Travel Mart Latin America. This week we’ve got the scoop from the first Mexican summit of the Adventure Travel Trade Association. This is the organization counting most adventure tour operators as members and one of our occasional contributors, Mark Chesnut, was there to see what’s [...]

Habita Group Heads Downtown in Mexico City

You may have read about the new Downtown Mexico hotel somewhere when it was in the planning stages, but Luxury Latin America is probably the first place you’ll read a detailed review (in English anyway) from someone who stayed there and checked it out thoroughly. One of our contributors, Jim Johnston, is an expat writer [...]

Updated Hotel Reviews for Latin America

Hotels and resorts are like organic creatures: they keep evolving and changing. So what was true four years ago may not be true today. Because of this, we are continually updating and rewriting our luxury hotel and resort reviews when there’s a new wing added, a big renovation, or a name change. On the last [...]

Interesting Travel News From Latin America – June 2012

As an editor of a luxury travel blog and webzine, I get inundated with “news” releases that none of you would care about in the slightest, so most go in the virtual trash bin. This week, however, a few items have come down the line that could either impact your future travels or enhance them [...]

Nice Pool: Video Tour of the Grand Bay Isla Navidad

I’m currently at the Wyndham Grand Bay Resort at Isla Navidad, a hotel in the Costalegre region of Pacific Mexico, north of Manzanillo. I’ve been meaning to get here for a while, but finally the stars aligned. Later I’ll give you the full rundown on the rooms, facilities, restaurants, marina, and golf course. But for [...]

The Top Luxury Hotel in San Cristobal de Las Casas

As I mentioned in this earlier post on San Cristobal de Las Casas in Chiapas, this is a city on the rise, one just starting to get on the radar of travelers with money. So there’s really one luxury hotel in the city (added to plenty of nice comfortable ones with character): Parador San Juan [...]