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Vacationist: Manhattan, Miami Beach + Mexico City

There’s something for everyone this week at Vacationist, but urbanites will be particularly pleased with deals at hotels in New York, Miami, and Mexico City....

Quiz: Name That Taxi's Hometown

Heart-stopping taxi rides are universal, but the cars themselves? Not so much. See if you can pair these hacks with their hometowns.

Mexico City's Stylish New Venues

The latest offerings in Mexico’s capital are bringing an extra dose of style south of the border. Here, the lowdown.

Mexico Earthquake Another Jolt for Country's Tourism

USA Today Travel  |  Tuesday's strong 7.4 earthquake in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero, about midway between the beach resort of Acapulco and the...

Vacationist: Mexico and California for the New Year

What does Vacationist have in store for the holiday week? How about great hotel deals in Mexico, including 30% off a stay in an oceanfront...

5 Best Ways to Explore Valle de Bravo, Mexico

This colonial mountain town, 90 miles from Mexico City, is the ideal weekend getaway for idlers and adventurers alike.

Best Hotels in Mexico

Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they're the best in Mexico.

Top New Landmarks

We asked you to vote on the skyscrapers, museums, and parks you love, and brag about where you've visited. Here are the results for T+L’s...

Mexico City in the Spotlight

Long overlooked, Mexico City is now on every style-setter's radar thanks to its design-forward hotels, boutiques, and restaurants. And did we mention the late nights?

Mexicana Files for Bankruptcy

Poor Mexico.  First its tourism industry takes a hit from the H1N1 virus outbreak.  Then an escalation of drug-related crime scares other travelers off.  Now,...
HOTELS

Condesa DF

A trendy, artist-filled neighborhood in Mexico City now has a hip hotel to match. Surrounded by restaurants, bars, art galleries, and leafy tree-lined streets, Condesa DF is one of the most happening... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Fonda el Refugio

Fonda el Refugio serves regional Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner. Located on a tree-lined street, the bright blue, two-story building has a Spanish-style, white stucco entrance and red tile... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Downtown México

Star local hoteliers Grupo Habita have a knack for creating happening social hubs out of thin air (case in point: New York’s Hôtel Americano, It List 2012). Their fourth Mexico City hotel,... more ›


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