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No less than 16901 hotels starting at £56 a night are available in this destination. And remember, Expedia can bundle your hotel and flight bookings to save you cash. Mexico Holiday Packages are easy to book and can take the stress out of planning. Why not add a rental car or experiences, such as a Teotihuacan pyramid tour or a Mexico City bar tour, to your Mexico holiday package?
Day 1: Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is where most travellers fly into for Mexico holidays. From here, you’re only a short drive from the heart of Mexico City. Drop your bags off at your hotel, then check out Plaza del Zócalo, the city’s main square.
Day 4: When you’re ready to leave the national capital, fly to Tulum, a town in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Boasting gorgeous tropical weather, stunning white sand beaches and amazing coral reefs, it’s the perfect place to relax and unwind for a few days.
Day 7: If you have time, check out Guadalajara, a historic city in Western Mexico. This place is known for its tequila and mariachi music, both born in Jalisco, the city’s state.
You simply cannot miss Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead. This iconic festival is held all over Latin America at the beginning of November each year.
The bustling capital has lots to offer. Check out our Downtown Mexico City Holiday Packages to see how you can make the most of a stay here.
If you really want to simplify your holiday, browse our Mexico All Inclusive Resorts. Go on, treat yourself!
A: Like most dynamic cities, Mexico City and Ciudad Juarez can be explored using public transportation or ride-share services. But if you want to set off and discover the wider region of Mexico or elsewhere, you may like the freedom and flexibility that comes from having your own set of wheels. For all your motoring needs, check out our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Mexico.
A: While Mexico has a number of airports, international flights mostly touchdown at one of these major terminals:
A: Many travellers seek out hotels in Mexico. Having said that, there are lots of other options. Apartments, condos and private holiday homes are the next most commonly booked hotel types.
A: Car and flight. Flight and hotel. Car and hotel. Flight, car and hotel. You get the idea. You can lock in as little or as much as you like, all in one place. To get as much as you can out of your Mexico holiday, take a look at our attractions and activities too.
A: Book a package with Expedia. It's that easy. Hotels, Rental Cars, Flights — make your reservations for your upcoming getaway and watch the savings grow. It's time to plan your ideal holiday (and save some dollars at the same time).
A: Make sure you see Zocalo while you're in Mexico City. It never fails to impress.
If the bustling city of Ciudad Juarez is where you'll be spending a reasonable amount of time, head to American Consulate.
Lastly, if Guadalajara is your chosen city, Hospicio Cabanas is a renowned attraction that you shouldn't miss.
Excelente servicio, súper limpio, y con todos los protocolos de seguridad para operar en la nueva normalidad
Excellent hotel! The staff is amazing and will tend to your every need!! Food is amazing. It is definitely worth the expense. Extremely clean and the pool is fantastic. Even my one year old loved it. The only down side is that there’s hotel reps or ambassadors that want to schedule a “talk” to rule ...
Amazing pools, lush vegetation, great restaurants, very respectful and attentive staff, extremely clean, modern rooms.
staff was friendly limited on food and drinks front desk slow and Wifi did not work very good/none
The staff at this resort were excellent. They are taking all necessary precautions and I felt safe (health wise) the entire time that I was there.
This was my 3rd stay here since 2011, when it was Avalon Grand. My husband had not been back since that time. I like how this resort is small and everything is relatively close. The food is beautifully prepared, the staff is efficient and polite. The only hiccup was during check in, which took 30 ...
The best place you could stay at in Cancun. Amazing people, food and rooms. Excellent service from EVERY person that was working there.
Hotel is upscale but I didn't like some of there policies. I wanted more towels and wassh clothes which they don't offer. They do have bigger clothes. They wanted to exchange yet they took them to the wrong room. I didn't understand the the fear of theft as they can charge the card on file. Good ...