Mexico Archive

Hacienda San Angel: Beachside Romance

  We recently re-visited one of our favorite boutique hotels, Hacienda San Angel, on Mexico’s beautiful Pacific coast in Puerto Vallarta and it remains one of the best luxury options for travelers with an eye for colonial art and an ache for romance. The hotel is an iconic part of the town’s history. Puerta Vallarta, [&hellip

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Mexico Now 8th Most Popular Tourist Destination Worldwide

New numbers from the UN World Tourism Organization that have gone out to their Barometer subscribers say it’s goodbye döner kebabs, hello tacos. Mexico just passed Turkey for tourism visits and is closing in on the United Kingdom. Turns out it wasn’t even close. Mexico received around 38 million visitors in 2016, an increase of [&hellip

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Beaches in Mexico Pass the Clean Test

In preparation for Easter weekend, the Mexican government did sweeping tests of the water quality at all the popular beaches in Mexico. Thankfully all but one came out clean enough for swimmers. The one that didn’t—Playa Hermosa in Ensenada, Baja Norte–was promptly closed. If you want to go to a Mexican beach and be 100% [&hellip

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Airlines Ready for a Million Additional Mexico Visitors

We’ve talked on here a few times about all the new flights the airlines have opened up to Latin America. Mexico has gotten more of those than the rest of Latin America added together, however, and that’s continuing in 2017. The Mexican tourism board announced recently that one million new airline seats will be added [&hellip

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Epicurean Adventures and Luxurious Lounging: La Roma, Mexico City

  Funky and eclectic, artistic and gritty, Colonia Roma has long been the hipster little sister of coiffed Condesa and posh Polanco. But this neighborhood, in the center of Mexico City — named #1 place to visit in 2016 by the New York Times – , has become the it spot for travelers looking for [&hellip

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Glamping in Mexican Wine Country Near Ensenada with Cuatro Cuatros

When you think of sleeping in a tent, does the image look anything like that scene above from Cuatro Cuatros in the wine country of Mexico? The word “luxury” is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when you picture sleeping in a tent, but this tented camp is more Africa than Alaska. [&hellip

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