HOTELS IN MEXICO
Since the 20th century, Acapulco has been a popular resort for tourists taking long holiday weekend cruises from the United States, the Mexican interior and countries in South America.
Located in north western Mexico, next to the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Gulf of California on the east.
Mexico City is the cultural and economic hub of Mexico; originally built on an island, the city has by now conquered the lake around its birthplace.
As the state and regional capital, Merida is a cultural center, featuring multiple museums, art galleries, restaurants, movie theatres and shops.
Monterrey, Mexico's third largest city, is set in the spectacular Sierra Madre mountain region of north-west Mexico. Three million residents populate Monterrey's metropolitan area and when you visit, you realize that Monterrey is more like the United States and less like Mexico.
Playa del Carmen, located in the Riviera Maya beach tourism region along the Caribbean, offers all-inclusive quality recreation in the sun.
The Mexican city of Puebla is also known as La Angelópolis, as it was originally named “La Pueblo de los Ángeles (The Village of the Angels)”.
While San Miguel de Allende’s city center is paved with ancient cobble stones and lined with historic churches, its vibrant art scene is anything but dated.
Puerto Escondido is one of the most important tourist attractions on the Oaxacan coast.
Tulum, one of the best preserved costal Maya sites, is perched on cliffs with a stunning view over the Caribbean Sea.
The Mexican city of Veracruz, located on the Gulf of Mexico and founded by Hernán Cortés, was once used as a port for the treasure ships carrying the local riches to Spain.
Cuernavaca is the capital and largest city of the state of Morelos in Mexico and a popular tourist getaway.