mexico’s comeback

May 18th, 2009

Good news for a Monday morning: the CDC has just lifted the travel advisory for Mexico.  If you love Mexico, now is the moment to show that love.

We know it sounds a bit cliched in this world of travel deals, but this really is a rare chance to stay in Mexico’s luxe-to-the-nth-degree resorts without draining your summer travel budget.  Case in point: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts just seriously amped up the “Rosewood Escapes” promotions at their two Mexico properties, Rosewood Mayakoba on the Riviera Maya and Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort in Los Cabos.

We can’t decide which of these is more stunning than the other – perhaps the best thing is to pick your coast.  The promotions are good for travel starting now (Memorial Day weekend, anyone?) into the fall.  The enhanced Rosewood Escapes offer includes the following at both properties:

$200 resort credit (applicable to anything except room or tax charges)

Upgrade upon availability at check-in

Daily breakfast for two

The Rosewood Escapes nightly rate at Rosewood Mayakobá begins at $395 (summer rates normally begin at $590, and winter rates at $790).  This offer is valid through September 30, 2009, and there is a four-night minimum stay requirement.

The Rosewood Escapes nightly rate at Las Ventanas begins at $515 (summer rates normally begin at $595).  The offer is valid through October 14, 2009, and there is a three-night minimum stay requirement.

You can book an ’escape’ here or call 888.ROSEWOOD (888.767.3966).  In the meantime, we’re going to go ahead and herald Mexico’s comeback…

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