The Central Plateau

The Central Plateau Travel Guide

Articles about The Central Plateau

By Ratha Tep
By A. S. Byatt
I am not good at holidays. I don't like doing nothing, and I don't like looking at things just because they are there to be looked at. On the other hand, I am addicted to sunlight. When Philip and Belinda Haas (who made the film of my book Angels ...
By A. S. Byatt
I am not good at holidays. I don't like doing nothing, and I don't like looking at things just because they are there to be looked at. On the other hand, I am addicted to sunlight. When Philip and Belinda Haas (who made the film of my book Angels ...
For her new book (The Greatest Dishes! Around the World in 80 Recipes, Harper Collins), T+L contributing editor Anya von Bremzen scoured the globe for the best traditional recipes. Here, her five favorite winter dishes, and where to find them. 1....
By Scott Spencer
I’ve ended up at Los Arcos, a friendly, casual café on the zocalo, Cuernavaca’s main plaza. It is the end of another pristine afternoon; a few stars have appeared, the beginning of another soft, balmy night. The zocalo here is a mix of old trees, ...

Hotels in The Central Plateau

Colonial hotel with 3 acres of gardens and an art collection that includes works by José Luis Cuevas.

Room to Book: Garden suites have fireplaces and covered terraces looking over the manicured grounds and pool.

Doubles from $224, including breakfast

Restaurants in The Central Plateau

This restaurant on the main square has a tasty lunch and dinner menu, and it’s open until midnight.

Things to do in The Central Plateau

New students are admitted every Monday. Classes run for 50 minutes, with 10-minute breaks in between. In the virtually unvarying Cuernavacan sunlight, breaks are spent either around the school’s small swimming pool or at the little outdoor cafeteria.