As with most things in Mexico, its architecture prides itself with a wide variety of influences. Spanish haciendas and modern apartment buildings mix in with the colourful houses typical of Mexican neighbourhoods, offering holiday villas to suit every traveller's needs.
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Whether it's for working remotely or streaming your favourite shows, internet access can be an indispensable amenity when it comes to choosing a holiday home. Check out HomeToGo's range of holiday lettings with WiFi in Mexico and enjoy a fast and reliable internet connection during your stay.
Holiday lettings and apartments with air conditioning
Good weather while on holiday is always great - and it's a plus to be able to control the temperature in your accommodation too. Find holiday homes and apartments in Mexico with air conditioning and cooling systems to ensure maximum comfort during your stay.
Apartments and holiday lettings with a kitchen
Looking for self-catering accommodation in Mexico? Find the perfect letting for you with our selection of Mexico holiday rentals with kitchens. Well-appointed and equipped with plenty of cooking appliances, these holiday homes are great for self-catered stays.
Popular holiday rental amenities in Mexico
Finding a rental with a pool should be easy in Mexico. More than half of the rentals here include one. Hotel room with pools in Mexico are a excellent choice for groups of 7 and have an average cost of £350 a night. In Mexico, more than half of the accommodation options offering a pool are near the water.
Price and Availability Index for Mexico
Holiday Letting Price Information in Mexico
We analysed price data and summarised our findings in this graph, which shows holiday rental prices for the upcoming months in Mexico. The most expensive month in Mexico is March (23/03 – 30/03), when average prices are £223 a night. Prices drop in August to an average of £172 per night (17/08 – 24/08).
Rental availability information in Mexico
The availability graph shows the percentage of available lettings in Mexico. In November (09/11 – 16/11), only 9 are available. More properties are available during one week of May (25/05 – 01/06), when the booking rate is only 30%.
Accommodation options for your holiday in Mexico
A place for all-round food aficionados
A spicy coalition of Mesoamerican and Spanish traditions, Mexican cuisine is one of the staples of its cultural and social identity. A metropolis like Mexico City is filled with restaurants which source their ingredients from chinampas – artificial islands used primarily for farming with history dating back to the Aztecs. These socially aware establishments use locally produced vegetables to prepare fresh and vibrant dishes, unique to the specific region.
World famous Mexican street food doesn't need a special introduction, however the ingredients vary from region to region. Various street stands throughout the country offer these antojitos, or small cravings, such as quesadillas, tacos and tamales, each one giving a glimpse into the region's gastronomical tradition. A world of spices and flavours, there is no better way to experience Mexican street food than to dive into the streets that imagined it.
Cultural heritage of Mexico
As one of the cradles of civilisation, Mexico boasts a richness of history and culture few other nations can match. A specific blend of native and Spanish influences created a distinct culture, ever changing and evolving, channeling inputs as old as that of the Aztecs and as modern as that of the contemporary United States and Europe.
Visit the The Temple of the Inscriptions in Palenque, one of the finest examples of Mayan architecture; Teotihuacan, an ancient Mesoamerican city with an astonishing pyramid complex; the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, featuring its famous murals, art exhibitions and concerts; or the Museo Frida Kahlo featuring the works of one of Mexico's most famous and renowned artists. All these experiences can only give you just a glance at the nation's truly rich history and culture.
Just because we can’t travel right now doesn’t mean we can’t surround ourselves with incredible travel experiences. Every week, we’ll be bringing a new destination into your home complete with music, local recipes, and virtual experiences.
This week, we’ll #StayHomeToGo in Mexico.
Mexico From Home
Thousands of Brits have had to cancel their spring vacation to Mexico, but HomeToGo wants to bring el ambiente de la playa mexicana to your home. Treat yourself to a three-day weekend full of Mexican fun complete with delicious recipes, romantic music, virtual experiences, and plenty more.
Mexico is a large country full of distinct cultures. It would be difficult to fully explore this country in three months, let alone three days. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite books, films, podcasts, and language tips to give you a taste of the variety this country has to offer.
Like Water For Chocolate (‘Como Agua Para Chocolate’, en español) is a bestseller in both Mexico and the United States by Laura Esquivel.
Pedró Páramo was first published in 1955 and quickly became a heavily influential piece of Latin American literature for writers like Carlos Fuentes and Mario Vargas Llosa.
The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait is an opportunity to learn about one of Mexico’s most iconic artists in her own words.
Y Tu Mamá También –– Legendary Mexican director, Alfonso Cuarón, tells the story of two teenage boys heading off on a road trip with an older woman.
Güeros –– A film set and filmed in Mexico City about a boy moving in with his older brother in the city.
Coco –– Few films celebrate the joy and vibrance of Mexican culture like Pixar’s animated spin on El Día de los Muertos.
México Centered focuses on the country's relationship with the United States featuring interviews with local politicians, academics, and non-profit leaders.
Loco Gringo Mexico has a library of 98 episodes, focusing on "local insights, vacation tips and stories from people who live and work in the Riviera Maya and Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico."
Revolutions features several episodes on Mexican history, including this recap of the years following Mexican independence.
Dusting off your high school Spanish skills will take your Mexican vacation to the next level and there are no shortage of language apps out there to help you out. When you’re ready, see if you can pass this Mexican slang quiz.
You’ll feel like you’ve arrived when you turn on this Música Mexicana playlist. Let Rocío Dúrcal serenade you and your significant other with her mariachi classic, "Amor eterno.” Or maybe her duo with Juan Gabriel, “Déjame vivir” (“Let me live”) better suits the times we’re living in. I
Once you’re settled in, select an online cooking course to prepare a traditional Mexican feast! TasteMade offers a nine-video lesson plan that includes recipes for frijoles de la olla, salsa casera, and red enchiladas. Bonus points if you order a Mexican wine in advance.
Sleep in––you’re on vacation after all––and cook up a simple, traditional Mexican breakfast of Chilaquiles. This is a simple but flavorful dish with fried corn tortillas in salsa complete with cheese, eggs, and beans.
Mexico's indigenous community accounts for about 13 percent of the national population with 62 languages spoken between them. One of the better known communities is the Mayan. You can learn more about the development of Mayan culture through the pre-hispanic and colonial periods up to today with a virtual tour of the Mayan’s People Museum. The museum is housed in the middle of the jungle, and inside, you'll find examples of pre-hispanic sculptures of various indigenous communities, like the Yucatan, Campeche, and Quintana Roo.
Museums are great, but can they be tiring too. Whip up a cocktail and relax before dinner. If you’ve got your significant other along for the ride, now is a good time to load up a dancing tutorial and learn a few new Mexican movies––like this folklorico tutorial of the traditional El Jarabe Tapatío.
Ready for dinner? You can select a recipe from this menu of options. After dinner, settle in for a movie.
Your virtual vacation is coming to an end, so you better soak in the view one last time. Load up a Tulum beach view or check out Playa Cancún and enjoy a ‘little hair of the dog’––a Mexican coffee with liqueur and tequila in a cup of coffee, topped with whipped cream (try one of these recipes.) No worries if you doze off. You don’t have anywhere more important to be anyway.
Latest Travel Updates
No doubt you’re itching to visit the real Mexico after your virtual weekend away. We’re just as impatient as you are to start traveling again. For the latest on how COVID-19 is impacting travel to Mexico, we recommend visiting the British Embassy website in Mexico.
Just because you’re stuck in isolation doesn’t mean you can’t start dreaming up your Mexican getaway. Have a look at some vacation rentals in your favorite Mexican destination and save them to your wish list so you’re ready to book as soon as it’s safe to travel again.
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The Day of the Dead, or Dia de Muertos, is a testament to the extent to which indigenous culture affects modern Mexico. Every year, on the first two days of November, Mexico remembers its departed, simultaneously celebrating life in a colourful and exuberant way, contemplating its brevity.
If you are planing a visit during the spring, the Carnaval in Veracruz takes place in March. Mexico's biggest festival offers nine days of parades, plenty of dance and, of course, salsa music. Roughly at the same time, over in Mexico City, Festival de Mexico kicks off in style. Held at the historic centre of the city, the festival involves dancers, musicians and theatre and opera performances in over 50 locations.
Information about holiday rentals in Mexico
|🏡 Holiday homes available||183,683 properties|
|💳 Discounts available||up to 86%|
|🌙 Nightly prices from||£22|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Pool, Internet and Balcony/Patio|
|🐾 Pet friendly rentals||15,330 properties|
|🏊 Holiday rentals with pools||103,390 properties|
Frequently Asked Questions
How many holiday homes are available to rent in Mexico?
Most of Apartment rental and House rentals are usually available during May in Mexico.
What is the most popular holiday rental amenity in Mexico?
The top three amenities our customers choose for holiday rentals in Mexico are Pool, Internet and Balcony/Patio.
How many holiday rentals in Mexico have a pool?
Holiday homes with pools are 56 of all in Mexico on HomeToGo. In addition, there are 59 of apartments with pools near water.
Am I allowed to bring my pet while staying in a Mexico holiday apartment?
Yes, there are 15,330 holiday rentals in Mexico that allow pets with an average price of £321 per night.
What is the best time of year to travel to Mexico?
Sun lovers should visit Mexico in February and November to enjoy the warmest weather.
How do I find discounts on holiday accommmodation in Mexico?
You can find great value holiday lettings in Mexico with prices for accommodation starting at just £22 - and HomeToGo has introduced a range of features that mean it's a piece of cake to see some outstanding deals. When considering different dates for your break, try a search using HomeToGo's flexible dates technology to quickly locate great value timings and get discounts of as much as 86%. In addition, HomeToGo's 'distance from' filter lets you see top quality accommodation offers in lower-price, lesser-known spots that are just as close to your desired destination, whether that's sand and sea, a mountain for snowboarding, or a city's urban hub. Start your search as soon as possible to get the benefits of a wide range of offers and low prices - and do so without worries by clicking on HomeToGo's 'free cancellation' filter as you look for the perfect holiday home.
What are the advantages of choosing a holiday rental in Mexico with HomeToGo?
From increased privacy away from the crowds to more space in which to chill out with your loved ones, holiday rentals in Mexico bring many benefits. HomeToGo provides genuine ratings written by previous guests, and searching is safe, easy, and stress-free - so with 183,683 offers from 70 providers in the area, you're sure to uncover the perfect place to stay with the amenities and features to suit you in Mexico.
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