Renaissance Hotels has announced the opening of Renaissance Cancún Resort & Marina, the brand’s first hotel to open in Mexico. Renaissance Cancún Resort & Marina encourages travellers to discover the hidden gems that gives its neighbourhoods soul through its whimsical design.
The Mexico City-Istanbul route will be operated from Turkish Airlines’ new home at Istanbul Airport, slated to be the world’s largest once all phases are completed.
After discovering more about Mexican tourism during Tianguis Turístico, Sapphire Goss here explores the surrounding state of Hidalgo and encounters a little slice of England in Latin America
Tianguis Turístico México is the most important tourism event in Latin America, bringing together professionals of the worldwide tourism industry. Here Sapphire Goss visits for Breaking Travel News to discover how Mexico has revolutionised its tourism sector in recent years.
Punta Monterrey Beach Resort is a private beach where guests can really relax and be in touch with nature and the sea. The property is surrounded by 300 acres of jungle which is an ecological reserve. Here Adam Kahan visits for Breaking Travel News.
Built in 1958, Casa Kimberly is a secluded, luxurious residence in the dreamy town of Puerto Vallarta. On the western coast of Mexico, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the hotel plays homage to its namesake, the daughter of Hollywood stars Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Here Adam Kahan visits for Breaking Travel News to discover more about this one of a kind location.
The Mexico Tourism Board has revealed its new campaign, “A World of Its Own” to the UK – its third biggest market – at World Travel Market. The campaign represents the next chapter in Mexico’s global tourism positioning and promotion, and focuses on the vibrant, multi-faceted experiences that keep Brits returning to Mexico and its hundreds of destinations, time and again.
Mexico has been confirmed as the headline sponsor for visitor registration at WTM London 2017 – the leading global event for the travel industry. The agreement is part of the destination’s plan to further promote itself to the global travel and tourism industry, building on a successful year.