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[Correction] Finding a Quality Hotel in Mexico

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Mexico is one of the most visited places in the world. With its 
warm hospitality, all inclusive resorts and great weather, it's 
easy to see why. But, there are a million choices.

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[Correction] Finding a Quality Hotel in Mexico
Copyright © 2006, Puerto Vallarta Marriott Resort Jon Wuebben
CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort

Mexico: The Land of Beautiful Beaches and Margaritas

Mexico is one of the most visited places in the world. With its 
warm hospitality, all inclusive resorts and great weather, it's 
easy to see why. But, there are a million choices. If you've 
never been, (or even if you have), how do you select the ideal 
hotel in Mexico for your specific needs? Plus, how do you ensure 
you will receive the level of quality that you're expecting?  As 
in many developing countries, there is a whole range of different 
properties to choose from, some of which can be limited in terms 
of modern conveniences they provide. But then again, this may be 
exactly what you're looking for! Regardless, here are some tips 
on how to find a quality hotel in Mexico and advice on how you 
can ensure you are prepared as you search for that perfect Mexico 
vacation getaway.

Doing it Right: The Hotel Selection Process

Amenities, Price and Location. Those are the three most important 
considerations as you plan your trip to Mexico and book your 
hotel. And if you can plan far ahead, it just makes things that 
much easier. So where do you start?

The Internet: Using online travel reservation services to compare 
hotel amenities, prices and check reviews.

1. If you have a certain hotel chain that you prefer, such as 
   Marriott, check their website first for specials and discount 
   rates. The top hotels will guarantee their rates as the lowest 
   available. This gives you the security of knowing that you are 
   getting the best price and are booking through a reputable 

2. Many hotels will offer vacation package deals which bundle your 
   room with meals and other hotel amenities. Depending on your 
   needs, this can be a great way to increase convenience and save 
   some money.

3. Check out property pictures, maps, and video clips from hotel 

4. Find out how other travelers reviewed the property. This 
   information can be found at various websites, such as offer this.

5. Check The Mexico Hotel Guide, TravelWeb, and PlacestoStay all 
   of which have lots of independent hotel information. 

Don't Pay Too Much! Look for the deals. 

1. If you have some flexibility, determine if they offer lower 
   mid-week rates.

2. A good way to find local hotels is to read travel bulletin 
   boards and look for recommendations made by other travelers, 
   such as those made on 

Hotel Specific Issues 

1. How is their customer service history? Have they received 
   positive ratings from independent organizations? 

2. If the hotel is part of an international franchise, find out 
   how the chain rates this property within their organization. 

3. Is the hotel located in a safe part of the city or area? 

4. Is any major construction going on in the area that could 
   impact your stay? 

5. Will there be any large groups at the Hotel during the time 
   you want to go?

6. Do they have a concierge, shuttle, laundry service or other 
   extra service? 

7. Is one side of the hotel better than the other?

8. Is public transportation located close by?

9. What types of restaurants to they offer?

10. Is there a fitness and aerobics room?

11. What are the local attractions?

12. Is this a new hotel or have they gone through a recent 

13. What is their cancellation policy?

14. Do they offer smoking/nonsmoking rooms?

15. Do they have agreements with airlines, rental car or other 
    partners? You could benefit.

16. Is the airport close to the hotel's location?  

Other General Recommendations

1. Be flexible if it's feasible for you. The hotel sets their 
   prices by supply and demand, so it helps to know when the 
   peak season is. If you don't know when the best rates are, 
   just ask them.

2. Frequent customers of chain hotels can register on the 
   hotel's web site to save time and effort. By doing this, 
   your hotel room preferences will be automatically included 
   when you reserve your room. 

3. By calling the hotel directly, rather than the chains 800 
   number, you might get a room at the last minute, or during 
   peak travel times. The front desk at the hotel are more hands 
   on when it comes to the hotel's capacity and can check for 
   cancellations or no-shows. 

So there you have it, the best advice to finding your perfect 
Mexico hotel!  Keep in mind; there are many great hotels in all 
areas of Mexico. From Cancun to Puerto Vallarta, there are plenty 
of reputable hotels that you will want to return to again and 
again. If worse comes to worse, use a reputable travel agent to 
help you find a great hotel. They can remove the uncertainty 
when it comes to selecting high quality accommodations. 

Finally, enjoy your stay! Mexico awaits!

This article was written by Jon Wuebben. Jon writes 
select pieces about travel in Mexico for the 
<a href=>CasaMagna Marriott 
Puerto Vallarta Resort</a>. -



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