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Mexico Archive

The Best Spa Resorts in Mexico

Once again this year, Conde Nast Traveler had their readers poll results on top spa hotels and resorts around the world. South America was missing in action completely and only two Mexican resorts were included in the list! There are so many 5-diamond Mexico resorts with sprawling spas, it seems incredible that only two have [&hellip

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The Best Oaxaca Luxury Hotels

Oaxaca City is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in Mexico for visitors from all over the world. The exquisite regional food, folklore, and artisanal crafts that have always existed here now sit alongside luxury lodging, cutting-edge restaurants, and a mezcal explosion — Mexico’s iconic spirit is now being “discovered” by alcohol connoisseurs [&hellip

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The Best Mineral de Pozos Hotels in Guanajuato State

Mineral de Pozos is one of the original “Magic Towns” of Mexico, one really deserving the title. The historic center has had a few booms and busts over the centuries and it is surrounded by abandoned mining communities that are now ghost towns. Some of the ruins in Central Mexico date back to the late [&hellip

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Their List, Our Reviews: Top Hotels in Mexico

Which Mexican luxury hotels have been called out this year by the readers of the USA’s two most popular travel magazines? Well, there are a few surprises, but overall there are a lot of great properties on both the Conde Nast Traveler poll and the Travel + Leisure rundown that came out recently. We tend [&hellip

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The Punta Mita Beach Clubs, Riviera Nayarit

You roll off the golf course, pick up the kids at your house, and head to one of the Punta Mita beach clubs for lunch, looking at the waves roll in on the shore. Or you have a leisurely breakfast at the villa, call up a few friends, and meet at the club. You all [&hellip

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Where to Stay in Merida for Luxury Travelers

Merida is the capital of Yucatan state in Mexico, an inland historic city that’s a great base for exploring. You can get to Izamal and Uxmal from here, explore cenotes and haciendas, and enjoy the historic center-with a church that dates back to the 16th century. Where to stay in Merida depends on your tastes [&hellip

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