Tango Diva : Travel Stories for Women, by Women

July 14th, 2010
Say Hola to Mexico! Visit paradise in style!

Known for its beaches, warm weather and sparkling oceans, Mexico has become a prime destination for many travelers. This country’s tropical atmosphere creates a paradise unlike any other, but finding the right hotel can either make or break a Mexican vacation. So, here are tips on some of the best resorts in Mexico for our Divas to read up on before jetting off into the sunset:

Four Seasons Punta Mita: Have you ever longed to live like a celebrity? Well, here is your chance. Located just 40 minutes south of Puerto Vallarta, the Four Seasons Punta Mita Resort is a getaway frequented by celebrities and it’s no wonder why. The decadence and tranquility that this resort provides cannot be matched. Interested in hearing more? Click here.

Cancun, Mexico: No matter your age, sometimes it is refreshing to indulge your inner child. There is not a better place to do this than on a beach in Mexico. Writer Allison Neves traveled to Cancun and experienced the grown-up playground that was offered by several of the areas most prestigious hotels. Read all about her big kid adventure.

El Dorado Royale Resort, Cancun: Travel writer Felicia Kamriani was treated like royalty when she explored and reported on the El Dorado Royale Resort on the Mayan Riviera. This hotel caters solely to adults and is filled with beauty and serenity that is sure to sweep any Diva off her feet. Find out more about this exotic getaway location here.

El Careyes Beach Resort: Many people desire privacy and seclusion when traveling. These expectations are easy to find if you stay at the El Careyes Beach Resort. Hidden two hours south of Puerto Vallarta, this tranquil oasis boasts secluded beaches and private villas to make any vacation a spectacular experience. Learn more about this paradise by clicking here.

Baja, Mexico: Baja has become a popular vacation destination for travelers of all ages. And who can argue? The beauty that lays just a hop, skip and a jump over the California border is hard to pass by. If you’re looking for a place to stay in Baja that will meet your expectations, check out this review of several Baja hotels.

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