Top Cities in Mexico and Central America

Mexico and Central America Hotel Travel Guide

Welcome to Mexico and Central America

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Hoping to stay at a sumptuous resort in Mexico and Central America? We've got you covered. We have got a great range of budget motels as well. And there are an array of choices in between. It's simply based on what you're in the mood for and how much you'd like to spend. As for location, you can choose a room in any part of the region you'd like. You'll locate a wealth of accommodation options right in the middle of the action, as well as remote lodges on the edge of Mexico and Central America. When you browse through our catalog of accommodations in Mexico and Central America, you're sure to find inexpensive rates and amazing rates on any type of hotel here.

Quick facts about Mexico and Central America:

  • Don't forget to stop in Cancun , Riviera Maya, and Los Cabos while you're in the continent

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Mexico

One of the great draws of a vacation to Mexico is how affordable it can be. All-inclusive packages for resorts at discount prices are abundant in Mexico. Many times, these packages include not only food and accommodations, but they offer airfare as well. Many of these resorts have a beachfront location. These laid-back getaways include locations such as the Riviera Maya. The Riviera Maya runs along the Gulf of Mexico and features cool, white-sand beaches and clear waters that are great for swimming and snorkeling.

Pretty much everyone loves to eat, and Mexican cuisine is very popular. True Mexican food isn't just tacos and enchiladas. From mole, a sauce made with chocolate and toasted chilies, to a variety of seafood dishes in coastal areas, the cuisine of Mexico is tantalizing to the taste buds.

By visiting ancient ruins, such as Tulum and Chichen Itza, history buffs can feel as though they've stepped back in time. These areas house the remains of the pyramids and stone houses of some of the earliest residents of Mexico.

Central America

Central America shares many of the charms of Mexico, such as affordability and excellent beaches, but it has a distinct and separate charm all it's own. Central America has two high seasons and two low seasons for tourists. High season for tourism in Central America lasts the months of November through April and June through August. You can also see significant crowds in Central America around Easter and Christmas. The low season for Central American tourism includes the month of May as well as the months from September through October. During this time, the crowds are more manageable. Many hotels use the low season to renovate rooms, so hotel rooms may be a bit more difficult to find during this time.

Like Mexico, Central America has an abundance of things to see and do. Here, you can visit Mayan ruins or travel through ancient jungles. For those that love the beach, a trip to Honduras or Belize will do wonders. If visiting a cosmopolitan city is more your thing, check out Panama City with its beautiful skyline and friendly people.