best Mexico hotels Archive

A Guide to Luxury Rooms With a View in Puerto Vallarta

There are plenty of beach resort areas in Mexico where you can take a vacation, but many of them are primarily purpose-built long resort strips without a whole lot else to offer. The city of Puerto Vallarta, however, is a different story. You have the chance to stay in a thriving city filled with culture, [&hellip

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Where to Stay in Campeche, on the Gulf Coast of Mexico

There are some corners of Mexico that seem to stay perpetually out of the spotlight, even though they have a lot going for them, like the fortress city of Campeche on the Yucatan Peninsula. If you do head there at some point, you’ve got three fine hotels to choose from. We just updated our review [&hellip

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Touring the Best Luxury Resorts in Cabo

Here at Luxury Latin America, we’ve been covering the best of the best hotels and resorts in Cabo since our inception in 2007. Back when we started it wasn’t hard to keep track of the top Los Cabos luxury hotels because there weren’t all that many of them. The Los Cabos Tourism Board, until very [&hellip

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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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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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Local Luxury Hotel Chain: Quinta Real in Mexico

Chances are the Quinta Real Hotel is not going to be the first one that pops into your head when booking a Mexican vacation, but in some locations it should be. Often when we are looking for a hotel room in a city we don’t know, we default to the name we’ve heard of before, [&hellip

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