Todos Santos Boutique Hotel, on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, occupies the 19th century home of a Spanish Countess.
The new Gravitas collection for Mexican stone supplier Arca by Vincent Van Duysen brings together clean-lined minimalism and tactility.
Quivira brings more to the table than a typical resort course.
Hotel San Cristóbal’s new al fresco restaurant, Cosecha, in Mexico.
In a country dominated by tequila and beer, Xila liqueur, made by a female-powered distillery, sets itself apart.
From his Oaxaca studio, Mexican sculptor José Garcia Antonio, creates primitive sculptures, planters, and vases using the region’s red clay.
For those missing beach weather, Chef Alan Older of Vancouver’s Smitty Oyster House on Main Street has provided a traditional Mexican appetizer, pescadillas, inspired by his time living in Playa del Carmen.
Rancho La Puerta isn’t a typical health spa and fitness retreat. Founded in 1940 by Edmond and Deborah Szekely, this serene, intimate, wellness sanctuary in Tecate, Mexico, is all-inclusive resort where guests can immerse themselves in week-long transformative journeys where nature and nutrition converge with health, inner peace, and personal growth.
Greater Mexico City has almost 22 million residents, the largest urban park in Latin America, approximately 170 museums, and a food scene as diverse and captivating as its terroir. NUVO has rounded up the best places to sleep, eat, and explore.