Mexico Hotels Archive

Touring the New Solaz Los Cabos Luxury Collection Resort

It’s been a busy year for new luxury resort openings in Los Cabos and we’ve just posted a detailed review of the newest one–for now–Solaz Luxury Collection Resort. Luxury Collection is one of the Starwood Brands, which means it’s now one of the 30-odd Marriott logos. It’s hard to keep up with all these hotel [&hellip

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Casa No Name Boutique Hotel in San Miguel de Allende

Can a house with no name really be a luxury hotel? Well a small one maybe, but yes. Casa No Name in San Miguel de Allende in Mexico got its name from a previous resident, but it’s not a short story. The original owner was a prominent priest, one who commissioned a mural in his [&hellip

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Our Most Popular Luxury Hotel Reviews

  Which luxury hotels in Latin America are readers clicking on the most? We just pulled up a report of our top-100 pages by traffic this year and there are a surprising number of luxury boutique hotels on the list. Of course there’s nothing even slightly scientific about this: what’s popular on our site is [&hellip

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The Resort That Put Manzanillo on the Map: Las Hadas

While Mexico’s tourism numbers have set new records the past few years, soaring to close to 40 million annual visitors, the country has long attracted wealthy travelers from the north. Sometimes they came for the fishing or to just get away from it all, and one of the early hotspots was Las Hadas in Manzanillo. [&hellip

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Another New Luxury Property in Puebla: Hotel Cartesiano

While Mexico’s capital is jammed with luxury hotels to choose from these days, upscale places to stay have been scarce in the next largest cities, including Puebla. We’re happy to see signs of change, including the opening of modern Hotel Cartesiano near the historic center of Puebla. Habita jumped into this city first around a [&hellip

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Our Revamped Review of Marquis Los Cabos in Mexico

The Marquis Los Cabos luxury beach resort has been through some changes over the years, keeping what made it special but upgrading facilities and dropping the a la carte payment system. We’ve just updated our review to give you the scoop. I stayed at the Marquis Los Cabos Resort in Mexico two incarnations ago, back [&hellip

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