Set deep in the Yucatán jungle, among Mayan ruins and sacred sites, Chablé is a more modern Mexican temple—the kind built for relaxation.
If you’re a guest at the Towers, a dip in the frothy indigo waters isn’t the lure. The fishing is.
A jewel in the crown of Iberostar’s global family of luxury hotels, this adults-only, five-star resort was built to defy reality.
Designed by Mexico City’s JSa Arquitecturo firm, the boutique hotel’s mid-century interior would seemingly suggest urban surroundings; that one could look out a window and see busy streets and businesspeople in pinchy shoes. Instead, the Sea of Cortez and El Arco de Cabo unfurl outside.
Perhaps it seems paradoxical: Mexico City’s reputation as a front-runner in the realm of innovative contemporary cuisine is due largely to local chefs’ use of pre-Hispanic flavours and indigenous ingredients.
The classification of “extra añejo” tequila added legitimacy to the category of spirits aged for more than three years, and brought ultra-aged tequilas further into the spotlight—but two tequilas, Tears of Llorona No. 3 and Casa Noble Single Barrel, stand out.
In the Mexican province of Michoacán, avocado crops have become the catalyst for conflicts between farmers and local drug cartels.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Rancho La Puerta may well be the original wellness destination, a resort and spa in Tecate, Mexico, just near the U.S. border. It is, and has been, where well-heeled hippies go, ever since it was founded in 1940.
The sun, the waves, the gastronomy; Mexico is a feast for the senses.