Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco (APRIL 13, 2008) – Always on the lookout for the cream of the crop in boutique accommodations, MBH has invited six of the best to join their group. For travelers, this means a wider array of places to choose from, all with an undeniable stamp of approval. Click on http://www.mexicoboutiquehotels.com and come take a closer look!
LA CASA QUE CANTA – ZIHUATANEJO Recognized for its detailed personalized service and spacious suites, the award-winning La Casa Que Canta recently added two adjacent private villas to its inventory. Located on a gorgeous stretch of beach, it continues to be the epitome of understated, warm Mexican hospitality.
DOS CASAS – SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE Mexican architect Alberto Laposse has created a beautiful oasis tucked away in this already delightful destination. Sophisticated, warm and elegant, Dos Casas provides the perfect space to relax and regroup after a day spent strolling charming cobblestone streets, visiting galleries or simply watching the people go by in one of San Miguel’s busy plazas.
LA PURIFICADORA – PUEBLA La Purificadora is this Puebla’s newest addition—with a twist: the building is a former 19th century water-purifying center. Its sleekly modern central design theme (created by noted architect Ricardo Legorreta) pays homage to its past through its innovative use of materials, while offering the traveler a luxurious pied-à-terre in this amazing city.
CASA YAL’MAKA’AN – ACAPULCO If you yearn for the sensuous rays of the sun but can do without crowds, busy streets and noisy pools, then we have the place for you. Casa Yal’maka’an is a rare find: a peaceful space that is accessed through a major tourist hub. Fly to Acapulco but veer off the main road and head south. You’ll soon notice more vegetation and less occupation.
VILLA MARIA CRISTINA – GUANAJUATO Elegant, sophisticated and only a 20-minute walk from the romantic heart of downtown Guanajuato, Villa Maria Cristina is the ideal home base from which to explore this historic city. A complete Spa and wellness area are welcome extras after a day walking around the beautifully restored streets or touring the gorgeous countryside.
SIERRA LAGO – MASCOTA Far from the better-known coastal regions, Mexico has hidden away beautiful lakeside retreats where fireplaces, log cabins, wildlife and fresh air abound. At the end of a primitive road, Sierra Lago awaits visitors with a peaceful paradise where silence is golden, views are serene and relaxation takes on a whole new meaning.
About Mexico Boutique Hotels
Established in 1999 by John Youden’s Producciones Viva, Mexico Boutique Hotels is a collection of 47 upscale, independent member properties handpicked for their intimacy, high level of service and outstanding attributes. Some are housed in exquisitely restored architectural gems, others are paeans to Mexican cuisine, still others showcase the sleekly modern—but they each encourage guests to savor the many fascinating traditions of this vast country and all offer guests a unique travel experience. Typically less than 30 rooms in size, they are often destinations unto themselves. Based in Puerto Vallarta, MBH is staffed by an experienced team of travel and hospitality professionals who both live and work in Mexico.
Book any of Mexico Boutique Hotels’ stylish properties by calling 1-800-728-9098 (U.S. and Canada) or visiting www.mexicoboutiquehotels.com.