Merida is becoming the LGBTQ/ gay capital of Mexico's Yucatan State
The State of Yucatan in Mexico is a gateway to ancient Mayan culture and a study in how ancestral traditions are kept alive by the current generation.
Guadalajara: How Losing Out on the Gay Games Catapulted Jalisco's Capitol Into the LGBTQ Spotlight
Carlos Gaytan is the first Mexican chef ever to receive a Michelin Star and his HA Restaurant in Hotel Xcaret is aiming to be the best hotel restaurant in the world.
Muluk Spa at Hotel Xcaret Why merely relax when you can transform? The Muluk Spa at Hotel Xcaret Mexico is your gateway to the ancient traditions and healing practices of the Mayan culture. As you enter the spa’s expansive, open-air lobby you immediately connect with the lush topography of Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Excavated from a … Continue reading The Muluk Spa at Hotel Xcaret Mexico
The newest and only luxury beachfront LGBTQ hotel in Puerto Vallarta will make your tub bubbleth over. With hot tubs in 29 of its 78 suites; an infinity pool (featuring swim-up bar and more hot tubs) off the sands of Los Muertos Beach; member access to Mantamar Beach Club, the premier beach club in Zona … Continue reading IQ in EDGE: Puerto Vallarta’s Almar Resort
Spend a day exploring San Antonio’s Mexican heritage, dating back to 1821 when the area officially belonged to our southern neighbor. Less than three hours from the border, the city continues to be a cultural gateway between the two countries. Rent a car for the day to facilitate exploring outside the city center, then make … Continue reading San Antonio Keeps the Mex in Tex
When was the last time someone promised to satisfy your every wish? The W Mexico City will be your swanky genie-in-a-bottle. Whether you want a mariachi band performing in your bathtub or VIP tickets to a private club, the W concierge will make it happen through their "Whatever/Whenever" service (legally permitting, of course). Located in … Continue reading The W Mexico City Satisfies
Big and gritty and complex and glamorous, Mexico City defies categorization. El Distrito Federal or DF, as the city is commonly called, is far more nuanced than many of the country’s famous resort towns, where the tourism bubble stays easily intact. Here, you are in it; it’s real life in a real, big city. This … Continue reading Mexico City’s Ravishing Renaissance