Mexico Boutique Hotels Adds Six New Properties to Its Curated Collection

From Art Centric to Eco Escapes,
Mexico Boutique Hotels Adds Six New Properties to Its Curated Collection

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco (June 25, 2013) – Mexico Boutique Hotels, a full-service online hotel collection has added six new hotels to its already extraordinary and eclectic mix of properties.  MBH now boasts 35 properties in its curated collection, with plans for additional members in the coming months.

Art: La Casa del Atrio – Queretaro: Situated on a UNESCO World Heritage Site is the converted 19th century home, La Casa del Atrio, the epicenter of art and culture in Queretaro. As avid art collectors, the owners curate each of the six suites with works of art for an in-room gallery experience.  The hosts are ambassadors of the destination with a range of recommendations of nearby attractions like museums, architecture, parks, and restaurants. View the hotel

 La Casa del Atrio

Beach: Las Palmas Resort – Huatulco: Las Palmas is perched on a cliff with unparalleled views of Violin Bay to one side and Santa Cruz Bay to the other.  Three private villas and five casitas comprise this subtle, refined beach resort with amenities including meals prepared daily by the in house chef.  Remote beaches are nearby and accessible by boat for those looking to explore the locale.  View the hotel

Las Palmas

 

Cuisine: Chantli Mare – La Manzanilla, Jalisco: Chantil Mare is the ultimate intimate escape highlighting beach culture and cuisine. The beach is exclusive to guests, and with only six rooms privacy is easy to find.  With a gourmet menu inspired by the culture of La Manzanilla, Canadian Chef Greg Couillard creates culinary treats, from rustic Mexican lasagna to Vietnamese style shank steak.  View the hotel 

Chantli Mare

 Eco: Argovia Finca Resort – Tapachula, Chiapas: A self-sustaining eco resort, Argovia Finca is a rustic retreat with a diversified agricultural concept that is sure to both educate and fascinate.  Its ten accommodations, a mix of cabins, bungalows, rooms and suites all have unique regional design elements with organic amenities, and located across the property’s nature reserve.  Playing host to both coffee and flower plantation, the breathtaking landscape and cultural medley make for a truly unique Mexico visit.  View the hotel

Argovia Finca Resort

Charm: Hotel Casa Mateo –  San Sebastian Bernal: The sleepy village of San Sebastian Bernal is the go-to spot for city dwellers to wind down.  Quiet and quaint, the seven suites are outfitted for weekend getaways or extended stays with a choice of three venues to enjoy your meals, or opt for room service.  Hotel Casa Mateo is easily accessible from both Mexico City and Queretaro. View the hotel

 Casa Madero

Style: La Casa del Naranjo – Queretaro La Casa del Narajo is a true boutique experience in more ways than one.  This intimate hotel blends antiques with modern style throughout the public spaces and guest rooms, where any of the design elements can be purchased as a truly unique souvenir.  The amenities and aromas are integral parts of the experience as well, with fruit trees across the property and the best orange juice in town – which is no coincidence. View the hotel

La Casa del Naranjo

To experience these or any of Mexico Boutique Hotels’ stylish properties, call 1.855.223.6061 (US and Canada) or visit www.mexicoboutiquehotels.com.

About Mexico Boutique Hotels: Established in 1999, MBH is a collection of upscale, independent member properties (located in 26 destinations throughout Mexico) handpicked for their intimacy, high level of service and outstanding attributes. Some are housed in exquisitely restored buildings, 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 multicultural and multilingual travel and hospitality professionals who both live and work in Mexico.

 

 

 

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