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Recent Mexico reviews

  • Spacious with Fabulous Views!

    "This is the 4th year we've stayed at Alegranza - so we are already fans. What stands out about all the condo units is that they are spacious, quiet, clean and have fabulous views. The staff are super friendly, helpful and unbelievably hardworking! Consider the property was hit by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, and by December when we checked in the gardens were beautiful, the condo unit immaculate. Clearly the management and staff had moved mountains to get it into that great shape! Shows you how they care about what they do. We love the location, you can walk to the old town or new downtown, (i.e Mega/Starbucks etc.). We don't rent a car unless we want to travel further for day trips. The bus system is very convenient for getting from one end of town to another - or there are taxis to hail if you do a big grocery shop. The unit we were in this year was a penthouse unit, well appointed with comfortable furniture and modern decor. We have stayed in other units and always been totally satisfied - all had that super view which is what we are looking for when on vacation."
    Guest: Watkins from Canada Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: February 27, 2015
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  • Exceptional owners make the difference.

    "My wife and I and three friends arrived at Casa Linda late afternoon in a monsoon like thunderstorm. We were tired, hungry and in serious need of cold beer. We really did not want to walk back into town in the driving rain for food and drink. No problem. There was beer in the fridge and Linda insisted on driving one of us into town to pick up pizza, which she ordered on our behalf. A great start to a great holiday in La Manzanilla. A day later the rain stopped and the sun came out to stay. La Manzanilla was a great new discovery for us and our time there was totally enhanced by the helpfulness and hospitality of Linda and Claude. Linda is a well known artist and art teacher and her paintings are displayed throughout the house. She is an amazingly energetic woman. Our friendly neighbours in the other suite have been coming to Casa Linda for about 7 years and it's easy to see why. Claude and Linda even had us all down for dinner on Valentine's day. Casa Linda is not on the beach, but it is not much more than a 5 minute walk down the hill to the main street and the beach, and the view from the house is fabulous. Another nice perk, that we used quite a bit, is a free international phone for the use of guests. La Manzanilla has lots of really good restaurants, and all the groceries we needed to cook at home, including wine, beer and margarita makings, were available in the town. We will return to La Manzanilla and have no hesitation in recommending Casa Linda to anyone else heading that way. The house and the hosts were first class."
    Guest: Chris & Wendy Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 6, 2015
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  • Great view, great location, great hosts!

    "We wanted to spend time in Michoacan for Semana Santa and decided to try staying near beautiful Lake Zirahuen. The casa was perfect for us and we really enjoyed the indoor and outdoor spaces, as did our little dog. Ale and Enrique are caring and helpful hosts. We loved the well-stocked kitchen with lots of sunlight to greet us in the morning as we enjoyed our breakfast while gazing at the placid waters of the lake. The weather was perfect and our excursions to nearby towns were fun to photograph. We bought beautiful handcrafted pottery, wood and stone carvings, copper and Catrinas to add to our casa here in Mexico. A favorite destination nearby was Tzintzuntzan -- we loved this Pueblo Magico. Really enjoyed our time in the area and will make El Alto Lucero a regular getaway vacation home."
    Guest: Carol W. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 9, 2015
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  • best family trip

    "my family stayed in this lovely home for a week. the home is very beautiful and everything you need is already there. the bedroom were big and the beds were very comfortable. there is TVs in the rooms and the TV in the living room is amazing! if you go upstairs you have a great view of the beach. the neighbors are very nice and the people are very helpful. it a great place if you want to take a break form the city life and relax. i would definitely come back."
    Guest: familytrip Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
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Mexico Travel Tips

It’s no wonder why Americans vacation in Mexico more than any other country in the world. With its picturesque beaches, ancient civilizations and worries-by-the-wayside attitude, this warm wonderland makes an ideal getaway for families and spring breakers alike. Wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, there is no shortage of adventure or relaxation. Listen to the waves crash on the shore or explore the steps where Mayans used to gather thousands of years ago. Whichever it is, get used to carefree livin’.

Mexico City

As the capital of Mexico, Mexico City is bursting with one of the largest metropolitan centers in the world that’s located on the former grounds of the Aztecs. Take a trip back in time as you step foot in the Plaza de la Constitución Zocala, the ancient capital and ceremonial center of Tenochtitlan and the biggest public square in the western hemisphere. In the center of the square, the army ceremoniously raises and lowers the flag each day at 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. You won’t want to miss Templo Mayor, where archaeologists are still discovering artifacts about Aztec history and lifestyle. Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology unveils everything from pre-Hispanic Mayan cultures to the Spanish conquest. Then dress sharp as you make for one of the countless five-star restaurants, or chat with the locals in artsy neighborhoods like Romo or Condesa. As a stunning stratification of ancient ruins beneath modern bustle, Mexico City is a must-visit.

Puerto Vallarta

With a kaleidoscope of activities along 40 miles of coastline, Puerto Vallarta has it all. It is tucked in the Sierra Madre Mountains, and its locals have be known to welcome visitors with open arms. Swimming with dolphins, boating across the bay and unwinding along El Malecon are all on the menu here. Thrill-seekers, take on the adventure of a lifetime at the Puerto Vallarta Outdoor Adventure Tour, where you can speed across canopies zip-lining, embark on a 4x4 off-road drive and even go rappelling down a waterfall! Once you’re beat and need a little rest, hang out in the oceanside central plaza to gaze at the beauty of the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, an emblem of the Puerto Vallarta that is famous across the world.


Live it up amidst the hustle and bustle of the Cancun nightlife. Party-rockin’ bars and clubs bursting with music and dancing are everywhere. Pulse-pounding rhythms and an up-till-5 attitude make Cancun a haven for college spring breakers. However, it is also a great cultural destination for those who want to experience Chichen Itza, an awe-inspiring Mayan archaeological site which was a main hub of the ancient civilization. Avoid crowds by getting there early in the morning before the tour buses arrive. Along the coast, the beaches are pristine; Isla Mujeres and Playa Linda, among others, offer magnificent swimming with even better views.

San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel del Allende provides an authentic Mexican escape off the beaten path from overcrowded beaches and tourist lines. Situated on the steep hillside, the city exudes a feeling of warmth as the churches, orange rooftops and brightly colored buildings serve as an inspiration for the artists who live there. During the day, you can take your lover horseback riding or visit Bellas Artes for a look into the study of visual arts, dance and music since 1938. Bask in the beauty of El Charco del Ingenio, San Miguel’s botanical garden, that features 445 aces of ecological reserve that the Dalai Lama declared one of the five “zones of peace” in Mexico. It gives you an opportunity to slow life down again and enjoy it as it comes. When the sun sets, grab a delicious meal at Cafe Rama for a casual yet elegant atmosphere.


Located off the eastern coast along the Caribbean, Cozumel is a small island that boasts big fun. Wade in the turquoise waters of Palancar Beach that are beyond dreamy. It is known for water sports like snorkeling, sailing and kayaking. Expert divers tend to flock to North Beach. Or, embark on a pirate cruise for dinner and fun for the whole family. Discover Mayan remains at the San Gervasio Ruins, a shrine where Mayan women used to visit to worship their goddess of love and fertility Ixchel. Wear close-toed shoes, though, as you’ll be walking black sand beaches with lizards and iguanas. For nature buffs, head south to embrace Faro Celerain Eco Park, also known as Parque Punta Sur, which holds 2,500 acres of indigenous species, such as crocodiles and sea turtles.

Come see why Mexico’s idyllic beaches, historical sites and vibrant city life are a mecca for tourists year-round.

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