Articles Mentioning Central Mexico and Gulf Coast Hotels

The 17 Best Bang-for-Your-Buck Luxury Hotels in Mexico

Balconies with jetted tubs, gourmet restaurants, and swish ocean-view pools are just some of the perks of many luxury hotels in Mexico. Although we love a good budget option, sometimes that means sacrificing posh rooms and excellent features. With that in mind, we set out to find amazing hotels in Mexico that are both luxurious…

The 6 Most Popular Places in Mexico and Where to Go Instead

With tropical beaches, rugged mountains, and cool cities, Mexico is a traveler’s dream. Facts and figures vary, but the country generally sees around 40 million tourists annually. And while that’s a major indicator of why you should visit, it also means you should brace yourself for crowds. Mexico’s most popular destinations — like Playa del…

12 Amazing Hotels for a Girls’ Getaway in Mexico

Mexico may be a popular destination for couples and families, but the beautiful country also has lots of appeal for groups of girls wanting to take a vacation. From the bustling metropolis of Mexico City to the laid-back beaches of Tulum, all of the top destinations in Mexico have hotels that are well-suited to friends…

12 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid in Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City/Oyster When it comes to exploring Mexico City, one of the world’s largest cities, there are a lot of ways you can ruin a trip. However, while the densely populated capital of Mexico can be intimidating for a number of reasons, it’s actually far more user-friendly than you might imagine.…

11 Gorgeous Hotels That Were Made for Instagram

Whether you like it or not, social media has transformed the way we travel. Case-in-point: An increasing number of travelers are turning to Instagram — not only to document their trips, but also in search of holiday inspiration, including what to do and where to stay. After all, if you went on vacation and didn’t…

14 of the Best Children’s Museums Around the World

In 1899, the world’s first children’s museum opened in Brooklyn, New York. By 1990, the Unites States had a total of 118 museums dedicated to kids, making the country’s model the go-to for children’s museums around the world. And while the focus of each and every museum may vary, there are common threads that run…

5 International Trips That Are Cheaper Than a Weekend in London

London/Oyster We’ve already told you how expensive two days in New York City can be, but there are plenty of other destinations that will break the bank in no time at all. London is one of those places. The popular European city drew a record 19 million international visitors in 2016 alone, according to the…

The Best Trips for First-Time Solo Travelers

We could wax poetic about all the ways traveling alone can be beneficial, however, taking the plunge and traveling solo for the first time can be a daunting thing. Taking your debut solo trip is bound to unleash a series of emotions that range from sheer joy to touches of loneliness. Thankfully, there are some…

A Breakdown of the Coolest Neighborhoods in Mexico City

Once the heart of the ancient Aztec civilization, Mexico City has since grown into a vast metropolis with more than 20 million people living in and around the nation’s capital. Interestingly, up until not so long ago, many travelers were wary of visiting the city, put off by warnings of rampant crime, crumbling infrastructure, and…