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They may be called presidential suites, penthouses, villas or some creatively concocted name. Whatever the moniker, they are top-of-the-line accommodations. And in Mexico, hotels have continued to up the ante when it comes to refining their most fabulous places to stay.
Surprisingly, these expansive and elegant suites can actually be affordable — when you consider the extra bedrooms and space for extended families and friends who want to share time together, as well as the cost. What follows are a few noteworthy hotels where travelers can indulge.Read More»
Raise funds, teach English or clean up the environment with these volunteer travel opportunities in Mexico
By: Mark Chesnut
Vacation should be fun, rejuvenating and relaxing. But increasingly, travelers are looking for experiences that enrich more than just their tan lines.
Indeed, doing volunteer work while on vacation — a concept that’s often described as voluntourism — is a growing niche segment in places, such as Mexico, where travelers can have a positive effect on the environment and local communities alike.Read More»
Tucked away on a leafy street in Guadalajara is this gem of a boutique hotel. A member of Mexico Boutique Hotels, Villa Ganz delighted us with its old-world charm. The restored 1930s villa is built around a high-walled garden and courtyard; inside, it has ten lovingly-restored rooms and suites. We speculate it’s perhaps the city’s best hotel? The couple who chose it as their wedding venue during our stay probably thought so, judging by the elegant guests and reception.
HVIS DU SKAL BO PÅ ETT HOTELL …
La det bli Las Palmas Villas & Casitas, medlem av Mexico Boutique Hotels. Deter bare helt nydelig der det ligger omkranset av jungel og hav på en klippe
over en øde strand med Huatulcos flotteste utsikt.
It was my first time back to Cozumel since I was a kid in the 80s. I wondered what changed, what I’d remember and if I’d be able to catch a Cozumel sunset on the water.