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    If there’s something we try to do, it’s pay attention. Really. Lately, many writers have mentioned how tired they are of receiving irrelevant, generalized or simply boring press releases. We don’t want to do that.

    Our hotels are interesting. They have great stories. They’re also quite photogenic. We have good Mexico news for you. And we have lots. We just want you to know that we’re available if you have questions, a tight deadline, a mission to find something original or even just need to fact check.

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    We’re happy to send images, insider info (not published on this site or anywhere else), recommendations and even help set-up interviews.

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    LUNA LIQUIDA: A LOOK AT THE BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN PUERTO VALLARTA

    Editor’s Note: I was a guest of Luna Liquida, a boutique hotel in Puerto Vallarta. You can review my disclosure policy here.  Tucked on a cobblestone street, perched on a steep slope, this boutique hotel in Puerto Vallarta seems inconspicuous. If it wasn’t for a tiny sign hanging on the outside of the old...

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    Oaxaca: A collage of culture and cuisine

    Oaxaca’s appeal is so fundamental it’s a wonder this southern state of Mexico and its mile-high capital, Oaxaca (pronounced wah-HA-ka)  City, are not more traveled. Blessed with year-round temperate climate, nearby archeological ruins, distinctive cuisine and magnificent artisan handicrafts, the 16th century settlement nestles in a temperate highland valley and enjoys year-round abundant sunshine. ...

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    Lap of luxury – Mexico´s interior cities offer myriad ways to pamper groups

    With its array of colonial architecture, sumptuos hotels and big city sophistication, Mexico´s interior is a natural fit for planners looking to provide luxuries experiences for groups. "The colonial cities in Mexico offer numerous advantges" said Jaime Nelo, a spokerperson for IVI DMC, a DMC that operates in multiple Mexican destinations. He noted the...

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    Boutique hotels provide unique options in Riviera Nayarit

    In a place known for its massive all-inclusive resorts Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit puts forth some unique and more authentic options, boutique hotels that cater to a more personal experience. Three locations have emerged as among the most interesting choices, with impressive accommodations and luxurious, private features. While some travellers come to Mexico in search...

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