San Miguel de Allende is one of our favorite colonial cities in central Mexico. We stayed at three new hideaways but only one made the cut.
Puebla has much to offer visitors: It is pedestrian-friendly, well-preserved and full of churches, museums and bars -- and now it has two luxury hotels.
We ate well in Puebla, which has a deep culinary heritage and is known for its mole poblano. Here are four restaurants we particularly enjoyed.
We've long recommended two hotels in San Miguel, but a number of hideaways have recently opened in renovated colonial-era buildings. We booked a stay at three.
Because of the influx of wealthy tourists, both foreign and domestic, San Miguel de Allende has an abundance of fine restaurants. Here are seven worth visiting.
The state of Guanajuato doesn't have much of a fine winemaking tradition, but traditions have to start sometime. Cuna de Tierra Winery proves that time is now.
One of the great pleasures of visiting San Miguel de Allende is strolling between galleries and boutiques. The city has plenty of both. Here are the best.
Fans of San Miguel's colonial architecture, fine restaurants and mild climate will find much to love about Puebla. Founded in 1531, it feels much less touristy.
At hotels and restaurants aiming to provide the highest level of hospitality, it is people who make the difference. Here are our hospitality award winners.
Hotels now contain some of the best restaurants in the world. Of the many we tried, here are five of our favorite hotel restaurants from 2019.
In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
Our graphic designer just came back from a mind-blowing trip to Mexico City. He plans on going back soon and this report shows why: There's so much to do!
No trip to Mérida is complete without signing up for the “Taste of Yucatán” class at Los Dos cooking school. It teaches you about the region and the food.
From the trendy beach town of Holbox to the charming colonial cities of Valladolid and Mérida, our writer explores new hotels in the Yucatán.
The Mayan empire flourished between A.D. 250 and A.D. 900. Remnants of their large-scale construction projects can be seen in the Yucatán.
Eight outstanding restaurants in the Yucatán, where the chefs are cooking everything from traditional Oaxacan fare to wood-fired pizza and molecular gastronomy.
This day trip from Mérida includes visits to several of the region’s atmospheric haciendas and the great Mayan archaeological site of Uxmal.
On a recent trip to the Yucatán, we focused on destinations that have yet to attract cruise ships or chain hotels: Isla Holbox, Valladolid and Mérida.
With cobblestoned streets, colonial architecture and strong cultural scene — plus new places to eat and shop — San Miguel de Allende is a haven for travelers.
The debut has just been announced of Amanvari, Aman Resorts' first hotel in Mexico, located on the East Cape of the Baja Peninsula.
A State Department Travel Warning has travelers worried about visiting Baja. However, tourists have not been affected by the violence.
The city of La Paz is convenient to one of Baja’s star attractions, Isla Espíritu Santo, where one can snorkel with sea lions.
Cabo San Lucas is perhaps the least pleasant place in all of Baja, but a sunset cruise and great restaurant make it worthwhile.
In the northeast part of San José del Cabo, along Obregón between Guerrero and Hidalgo, art galleries are flourishing.
Outside San José del Cabo, Flora’s Field Kitchen and Acre are idyllic organic farm restaurants worth a visit.
One of the best places to have a proper vacation is along the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, which has fully recovered after a 2014 hurricane.
It doesn’t take long to escape the overdevelopment of Baja. Drivers took us on two excursions, one into the desert and one to a lush oasis.
Beyond the crowds in Cabos San Lucas is an almost perfect property in Los Cabos: the new Auberge Chileno Bay Resort.
In this issue, Andrew Harper travels to Baja to see how the area recovered from Hurricane Odile in 2014, and visits Seville and rural Andalusia in Spain.
The flourishing San Angel neighborhood in Mexico City, located southwest of downtown, is a charming colonial area perfect for an afternoon stroll.