What We Love About Colonial Mexico
On The Destination
From the air, the terrain of Mexico resembles a papier-mâché map, sliced down the center by the Sierra Madre Oriental and Sierra Madre Occidental—towering mountain ranges rising to higher than 18,000 feet that run parallel to the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. It's two days after... More
Oaxaca today is just the sort of colonial Mexican city that elicits a barrage of tourist-idyll clichés from guidebooks and brochures, descriptions that usually include the words charming, enchanting, and pristine. It’s not hard to see why: there’s the 17th-century... More
Wellness: Rodavento Boutique Hotel Clubhouse. The area's top hotel, the Rodavento Boutique Hotel (Km 3.5, Carr. Los Saucos–Valle de Bravo; 52-726/251-4182; doubles from $120), has 28 stylish—and affordable—tented suites and a Japanese onsen–inspired spa, complete with... More
Luxury Link wants to make all your travel dreams come true, and with such a collection of luxury properties for a Colonial Mexico vacation, Luxury Link promises to do just that. Visitors to the central region of Mexico will experience the richness of a land that stretches from the South Sierra Madre to the north limit of the high tableland at Huastecas. Mexican villas, authentic haciendas, and other 5-star accommodations fill this region and make Colonial Mexico Vacations a unique and luxurious experience.