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If you’ve been bitten by the travel bug and have an overwhelming desire to wander the world seeking new experiences, you might have dreamed of integrating your nomadic tendencies with making a living. If you’re already doing this, you know about being a Digital Nomad, being location-independent and using the power of the Internet, a laptop and mobile devices to have a career and living pretty much wherever you want. read more
Sometimes you are looking fora different kind of experience something different on your vacation. For me I enjoy experiencing resort luxury and other times I want a taste of a different kind of paradise.
Cabanas Biuzza, Zipolite, Oaxaca
Cabanas Biuzza is a taste of paradise along the Pacific Coast near Zipolite. One of the most historic hideaways in Oaxaca. In the southern part of Mexico within the Oaxacan coast is the beach of “Zipolite” Zapotec word which means “Beach of the Dead”. Zipolite is a natural paradise that people come to relax and unwind. Zipolite will reveal breathtaking sunsets, beautiful sunrises and an incredible range of fusing blue sea and sky throughout the day, getting a photo and sensory delight. Zipolite is a magical space to deploy tens of bars and restaurants near the sea. Of course, it is also important to mention that it has become the most important and oldest nudist beach in Mexico.
During the summer season sea turtles emerge from the waves, returning to lay their eggs on the white sand beaches of Cancún and the Riviera Maya. Throughout the summer and into the fall, the dedicated Royal Resorts security staff patrol the beaches nightly on the lookout for more nesting turtles in an effort to protect them and transfer baby sea turtles to safety.
Grand Residences, a Leading Hotel of the World, is the newest addition to the Royal Resorts portfolio and is ideally situated between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, within a half hour from the Cancun International Airport. This tranquil enclave is protected by a coral reef, where green sea turtles dwell and is participating in the turtle protection campaign for the first time. There is a National Marine Park located in the front yard and a nature reserve in the backyard. A beach stroll takes you to Puerto Morelos, the Riviera Maya’s last quaint fishing village and the inspiration for Jimmy Buffet’s song about laid-back Margaritaville. read more
Maybe you are looking to create some new energy in your relationship with your loved one. One possible way to add some fire to your relationship is to take a vacation to a clothing optional resort, like Desire Resort In Cancun, Mexico.
Desire Resort offers the all inclusive luxury that you would expect from any resort in Mexico, except it’s clothing optional.
Desire Resort & Spa is a unique couples only resort, that is the first of its kind in Mexico, and is located along the Mexican Riviera Maya, just south of Cancun. It will surround you with amazing tropical landscapes and a sensual atmosphere, that will unleash your imagination and stimulate your senses. A place to feel free and allow fantasies to become reality, a place to abandon your inhibitions and truly let loose. Imagine sharing this paradise with your partner at our exotic, beachside mexican resort. read more
When I was a child I often would sleep under the stars on a trampoline at a friends house, or in a tent in my own backyard staring at the stars thinking about the future, believing in unexplainable mysteries, fairy tales, and miracles.
Sleeping under the stars is something that you can experience again at Las Ventanas Al Paraiso Resort.
Located in the gorgeous luxury resort town of Cabo San Lucas. Las Ventanas al Paraíso, is one of the world’s premier destinations. Since opening in 1997, this desert beach hideaway has captivated guests with expansive suites, inspired cuisine and The Spa at Las Ventanas, the resort’s sanctuary of renewal and revitalization. read more
One of friends here at Resorts In Mexico shares their own vacation experience at Secrets Marquis Los Cabos.
“As an eConcierge I am always at my guests’ behest, so when my vacation time rolled around I must admit I had a bit of separation anxiety. With a position of so much responsibility for ensuring that our guests have an exceptional vacation experience, it’s hard to just forget everything for a while; especially when the shoe is on the other foot and I am the one being pampered!” …. Click here to explore more of Los Cabos with Virtual Violet read more
Puerto Vallarta’s Los Muertos Pier was named amongst the world’s most beautiful piers in the world according to CNN Travel.
The famous Puerto Vallarta pier has a long history and is what makes PV one of the most popular destinations in the world.
“According to CNN, this summer is a great time to discover the world’s most beautiful piers. In an editorial feature published on July 28, Tamara Hinson listed the world’s nine most spectacular piers.
Whether you want to travel as far as South Africa, Denmark or Italy, or would rather stay closer to home, there are plenty of spectacular piers that’ll make your trip worthwhile. read more
In Travel + Leisure’s annual awards of the World’s Best Hotels 6 Mexican Resort Hotels made the cut they include some of my personal favorites: Capella Pedregal Los Cabos, St. Regis Punta Mita, Rosewood Mayakaba Riviera Maya, One and Only Palmilla Los Cabos, Four Seasons Hotel DF, and the Banyan Tree Mayakoba.
Capella Pedregal – Los Cabos
A sublime ocean-side property within walking distance of Cabo San Lucas’s popular nightlife, Capella Pedregal has everything you want in a beachfront boutique: a large main pool; 12,000-square-foot spa, where signature treatments are based on the cycles of the moon; and an alfresco restaurant, El Farallón, with daily seafood specials. During the whale-watching season (December to March), guests can spot gray whales from the beach—or perhaps even from their own bathroom or bedroom window. read more
Dreams Cancun is getting a new facelift, and complete renovations. And as a result will come under new management and will become part of the new luxury brand of Hyatt Ziva, Hyatt’s new all inclusive resorts division.
Hyatt Ziva Cancun will reopen in 2015, and will be managed by Playa Hotels and Resorts. As a result of and other moves across Mexico and Hyatt is become a very large player throughout Mexico’s resort destinations announcing and opening a number of hotels in the last 3 years. read more
Mexico City’s ever competitive hotel and resort landscape will get even more competitive in 2017. Sofitel one of the leading french operators of hotels on every continent has announced it is launching head first into Mexico with a big splash. And will open the Sofitel Mexico Reforma.
Big news for Mexico, and even bigger news for Sofitel. The hospitality industry in Mexico continues to attract strong leaders, and growing brands.
“Sofitel, the only French luxury hotel brand with presence in all five continents around the world, announces its launch into Mexico with the grand opening of the Sofitel Mexico Reforma. read more
Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Grupo Eco today announced the opening of Hyatt Place La Paz in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Hyatt Place La Paz is the second Hyatt Place hotel to open in Mexico and continues Hyatt’s growth strategy in the country.
“The opening of this hotel marks the second Hyatt Place in Mexico, and we are delighted to be expanding the brand’s presence in Mexico. This hotel opening is a testament to the success and value of the Hyatt Place brand,” said Myles McGourty, senior vice president, Latin America & Caribbean for Hyatt. “We believe Hyatt Place La Paz will bring a new standard to the area and will provide a perfect mix of style, service and amenities that will exceed guest expectations.” read more
Marriot Kid’s Club at CasaMagna is drawing rave reviews and is making it popular amongst family looking for kid friendly resort options. It was recently named #1 kid friendly resort in the world according to USA Today.
“Almost every kid can boast of having built a sand castle, but graduates of the CasaMagna Kids Club can also brag about their knowledge of beach conservation and restoration, which they learn about while visiting one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The recently renovated club now features a covered recreation area where kids can play outside while being protected from UV rays. To raise cultural awareness, staff members teach Spanish lessons and piñata-making classes. Of course, all that learning is complemented with wet and wild fun when the water balloons come out.” read more
Mexico is known as a prime vacation spot for Spring Break Vacationers, Singles, Honeymooners, Destination Weddings, and yes, Families.
Here at Resorts In Mexico we care about families too so we have compiled a list of the Best Family Resorts In Mexico.
One and Only Palmilla Resort – Los Cabos
One and Only features a luxury jacuzzi, a private sunny shore and a huge swimming pool, the One & Only Palmilla Resort provides visitors with the best luxury setting in all of Los Cabos. Many of the suites at this luxury 5-star resort incorporate a poolside lunch room, open air tennis courts and a health and wellness spa.
Cancun has a tropical atmosphere with warm temperatures year round and different dry and wet seasons. The dry season runs from November to April and is marginally cooler; the wet season is from May to October and is somewhat more sultry. The period from June to July is the hottest part of the year, and temperatures stay in the mid 30s celsius. The months of September and October, at the end of the wet season, for the most part have the most precipitation. From June to October the city experiences a tropical storm season. read more
Cancun is home to many great hotels and resorts. In fact that’s why Cancun was even created. In fact Cancun didn’t even exist as a city until the Mexican government in partnership with some tourism partners decided to create Cancun. And now years later it is one of the best resort destinations in the entire world. Here at Cancun Reader, with the help of our friends over at Resorts In Mexico we have highlighted the Best All Inclusive Resorts In Cancun
The Rosewood Mayakoba Resort is an award winning eco resort in the Riviera Maya outside of Cancun. Literally this is a world class resort that will amaze because of it’s natural beauty, it’s amazing 5 star service, and the warmth of the partners involved with making your stay simply amazing.
Rosewood Mayakoba ~ Solidaridad
The Rosewood Mayakoba Suites are arranged in a series of cul-de-sacs – makes it feel more like a holiday village and so a little more mass-market. Inside, however, the spacious, low-rise suites do much to redeem themselves, and they feel surprisingly private. Each has its own plunge pool, garden and terrace or rooftop sundeck.
Rosewood Mayakobá is arranged like a small pueblo with quaint village shops, a series of unique restaurants and cantina and of course an extensive beach club. It is suitable for both couples, as well as families. You are lacking in nothing and could stay for a week without ever leaving the confines of the resort. read more
Mexico is full of amazing history. Like many other countries around the world there’s been booms and busts. Mexico had a huge mining era that helped grow some communities. But when the mining boom was over — some towns were left without a purpose and became ghost towns.
In other cases natural disasters swallowed up entire regions or made it impractical for them to cease to be populated. We’ve highlighted 7 of the best known ghost towns in Mexico.
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San Miguel de Allende is a city in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, in the mountains. It lies at an altitude of 1910 m and is located 274 km from Mexico City, 97 km from the city of Guanajuato and 157 km from Leon Guanajuato. It is part of the macro Bajio region.
The July 7, 2008 was inscribed by UNESCO on Cultural Heritage. Titled Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco, the distinction was granted because of its cultural and architectural contribution to the Mexican Baroque and its importance in the struggle for Independence of Mexico from Spain. Was formerly part of the project “magical towns”, but because of that distinction of Unesco was changed designation. read more