A Luxury Collection Destination, Mexico
Thousands of buildings surrounding Campeche’s historic center depict five centuries of evolving architectural styles, and massive fortifications testify to a time of pirate invasions in this important port city. Explore historic cathedrals, museums, and pristine beaches all with minimal tourist crowds.
This religious celebration at the Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe in Hidalgo to mark the place where the Virgin appeared to the Mexican people through Juan Diego. A mass is followed by live music and dance performances and vendors selling traditional food and crafts.
Birders flock together for one colorful weekend of birdwatching tours, workshops, and a bird count to celebrate and raise awareness about the Yucatan’s diverse bird population.
Join families as they mark the the Feast of the Epiphany when the Magi (three kings or wise men) visited the Baby Jesus, by giving gifts to children and eating sweet wreath-shaped “Rosca de Reyes” cakes.
This high holy week leading up to Easter is marked by passion plays in town squares and religious processions in the streets. Families often celebrate the time off from work and school at the beach.
Fireworks kick of this annual event marking the 1542 founding of Merida, the Yucatan’s capital city. Big name bands and local folk favorites take the stage for events throughout the city during this three week-long fiesta.
This national holiday commemorates the “Cry of Dolores” on September 16, 1810, the battle cry for the Mexican War of Independence against the Spanish colonial government, with parades, patriotic programs and concerts.
Family and friends gather across Mexico during this multi-day holiday to remember loved ones who have died by creating elaborate altars, preparing special meals, dancing and marching in processions.
Kick off the Lenten season with parades, a battle of flowers, live bands and popular performers for Carnival in town plazas, such as Merida and Campeche.
Gather to mark a new season as the ancient Mayans did at Chichen Itza on the spring equinox and watch as the sun moves across the pyramids like a great serpent.
Music is central to life in Mexico, and this festival in Merida highlights live music in the trova—traditional Cuban guitar style—tradition.
Chef Gabriel Vasquez’s seafood-leaning menu is inspired by the hotel’s setting on the Yucatan’s Gulf Coast, and his catch-of-the day special is not to be missed.
Toast your traveling companion over a private dinner with a custom menu from chef Reyes Santos served at a candle-lit table for two tucked away in a secluded spot in the garden.
FOLLOW THE FLAMINGO ROUTE TO CELESTUN, A FISHING VILLAGE ON THE GULF OF MEXICO WITH A WILDLIFE SANCTUARY FOR ROSE-HUED FLOCKS OF FLAMINGOS.
Indulge in a private three-course dinner of bold, regional dishes from executive chef Ignacio Bañuelos. Local ingredients star in each course which is paired with regional wines. Guests will leave with a basket of traditional cakes and a recipe from Chef Bañuelos.
Let the head concierge to create a personalized excursion for you. You’ll be packed off with a gourmet picnic lunch and a tailored itinerary for exploring the local cultural sites near the Hacienda.