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Published on : Friday, December 11, 2015
Last-minute holiday travel bookings are in full swing and many of us are looking to escape the imminent freezing temperatures. However – fear not! – because Mexico’s Las Brisas Hotel Collection is making it easier than ever to have a Feliz Navidad in 2015. Plus select direct U.S. flights (from Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Phoenix and Minneapolis) straight to the Mexican cities where its below properties are located make for an even more seamless winter getaway. With eight luxury properties offering the very best in modern Mexican hospitality, there’s guaranteed to be a perfect hotel for everyone. The following three properties are leaders in luxury, family and budget travel and also offer a seasonal Mexico Holiday Breeze Package, which offers up to a 25% discount!
Hidden among 40 acres of lush hibiscus gardens above the famous Acapulco Bay, Las Brisas Acapulco has long been visited by movie stars and VVIPs. The charming bungalow-style rooms all have their own pools and the best views one can find in Acapulco. Pink and white jeeps whisk guests from their casitas to the resort facilities or the chic and private waterfront La Concha Beach Club. Winter rates begin at just USD 313 per night.
Allow Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina in Manzanillo to free up stress by offering everyone in the family something special. Perched in Santiago Bay on the Mexican Pacific Riviera, this property is an architectural gem that’s sure to impress Mom with its unique Arabian style. Catch Dad enjoying the 18-hole championship golf course while the kids take advantage of the sprawling pool, tennis courts, and on-property private beach offering an array of water sports. Congregate for family meals at one of the resort’s four restaurants, and then hit the piano bar for live music. This all-inclusive experience is just USD 138 per person, per night and kids under 7 are FREE!
Travelers with a penchant for history need to look no further than Hacienda Jurica Queretaro, a breathtaking colonial-style hacienda that was built in the 16th century. The native Tarascan Indians of the region named it Jurica (“Place of Well-Being”) for the thermal and crystal waters that surround the property. Rich in history since its inception, Hacienda Jurica was converted into a luxurious hotel is now adorned with majestic gardens, beautiful statues and antique art and furniture throughout. Relax and rejuvenate without breaking the bank as rooms begin at just USD 129 per night.