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Visit Mexico and the Central American countries for fabulous beaches and much more. Find history, culture, ancient ruins and delicious food.
Mexico’s beaches are justifiably famous. On the western Pacific Ocean coastline, see cliff divers in Acapulco, stay in a private bungalow with a pool in Puerto Vallarta and watch marine wildlife in Cabo San Lucas. Cozumel and Cancun on the eastern Yucatan peninsula on the Gulf of Mexico offer lovely sand beaches with access to reef diving and nearby Mayan ruins.
Moving south, appreciate impressive art and architecture in Mexico City. See the folk ballet and visit museums ranging from anthropological to artistic, including the famed Museo Frida Kahlo. Eat spicy meals on a food tour and purchase hand-crafted silver jewelry. Climb the 2,000-year-old pyramids of the pre-Columbian site, Teotihuacan.
Continuing south from Mexico, visit Guatemala. Here, find places across the nation where you can wake to watch the sun rise over Mayan temples and pyramids. See numerous volcanoes across the country and swim in blue-green limestone pools in the isolated area of Semuc Champey.
Snorkel, learn to dive or add to your scuba certifications through dive programs on Roatan and Utila off the coast of Honduras.
Although Costa Rica is relatively small, the country has 20 national parks. Join an ecotourism tour to observe wildlife and natural vegetation. Watch nesting sea turtles, fish for tarpon and venture into the rainforest.
Nicaragua is a narrow country with beaches on both east and west coasts. Inland, see volcanoes, islets and old Spanish cathedrals. Stay in Granada to kayak on Lago Nicaraugua and visit the Mombacho Volcano.
In Panama, learn about the long and difficult path to the construction of the 48-mile (77-kilometer) Panama Canal. Watch huge ships move through the locks of the 100-year-old structure that enables a marine “shortcut” between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Enjoy the variety of cuisines across the countries. Sample fresh seafood, stuffed empanadas, peppery sauces and desserts made from sweetened milk.
If you’re staying in any Central American country for a lengthy period, take an immersion language program in Spanish at the beginning of your travels. Since Spanish is the primary language for the entire region, you will be able to speak with friendly local residents as you cross borders between countries.
The restaurant on the 4th floor was excellent. The staff was very helpful.
Super friendly staff who always take care of their guests. As soon as we arrived late that evening, we were greeted at the main entrance. We were helped with luggage and check-in was super easy. There is this taco spot right across from here which was convenient and delicious. Love the history behind ...
I don’t know where to begin, I’ll say this if you’re considering staying here DO IT! We were some of the first guests to stay since being switched to all-inclusive. What a treat! The stay, the room, the restaurants, the service, the food, the staff, the pool, the beach, the location are all so perfect! ...
The hotel is in a very good, central location to many sights and things to do...close to the subway, close to Reforma, close to Chapultepec Park, close to Condesa and Norte Roma neighborhoods (all within a mile!) with great little restaurants just a few blocks away. The hotel is very clean and the ...
Cafeteria food was excellent. Staff was very informative and helpful. Everything I needed they had it
Perfect i will love to back this hotel was perfect all the staff
Safe hotel with 24 doorman. Next to store for lots of water and sodas and Burger King as well. The taco place next door was good also. Some of staff speak English was also very friendly and I would have no problem coming back as it served my purpose well. Thanks !!