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Selling Mexico: Focus on Colonial Treasures

Colonial Treasures


Clients have a choice of several unusual
luxury accommodations options throughout Mexico’s Colonial Treasures,
seven states in the heart of Mexico, where clients will find colonial
gems and fascinating history. A sampling of one-of-a-kind luxury
properties in these historic cities includes the 18th century Hotel
Casino in Morelia; the cluster of 16th and 18th century buildings that
make up Orient Express’s Casa de Sierra Nevada in downtown San Miguel de
Allende; and the unique neoclassical architecture of Hotel Palacio de
San Agustin in San Luis Potosi.

To learn more about these unique properties, click here.


Founded in 1531 by Franciscan monks,
Queretaro is adding several new hotels, many with names familiar to
Americans and designed to house both leisure and business travelers to
the UNESCO World Heritage site. Early this year, the city added a
101-room Holiday Inn Express and a 102-room Hilton Garden Inn. Four
Points by Sheraton, Courtyard by Marriott and Home2 Suites by Hilton are
all on the roster in the coming two years, joining such existing
properties as Doubletree, Las Brisas, Fiesta Americana, Hampton Inn and

Click here for more detail on these and other hotels in Queretaro.


It’s not too late to advise clients about
some of Mexico’s most interesting festivals taking place this fall
throughout the seven Colonial Treasures states. Whether clients are
building their vacations around these Colonial Treasures or simply want
to add on a taste of traditional Mexico, guide them to the 32
Gastronomies Festival in Queretaro, the Night of the Dead Celebration in
Michoacan and the International Festival of Street Theater in

Read on for more information about these fall festivals.


In the heart of
Mexico, the Colonial Treasures are seven states known for their
concentrated wealth of heritage and history in cities throughout the
region, along with multiple options for adventure travel and recreation.
Here’s just a sampling of new and noteworthy highlights in Queretaro,
Agauscalientes, Durango, Guanajuato, Michoacan, San Luis Potosi and

Mexico’s Colonial Treasures Unveiled

Discover the magic of Mexico’s Colonial Treasures on October 22 at 2 pm Eastern/11 am Pacific. Join the Mexico Tourism Board, Travel Weekly and TravelAge West
for this historical and magical exploration of Queretaro,
Aguascalientes, Durango, Guanajuato, Michoacan, San Luis Potosi and
Zacatecas. During this webinar, speakers will share the adventure and
fun that awaits your clients in seven states, from the heart of Mexico!
Guest speaker Jesus Catalan will share his passion for these amazing
places. Fellow travel professionals, who are expert sellers of the
Colonial Treasures, will join the webinar to share their thoughts on the
best customer targets and the most successful ways to sell these

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