In Mexico, one-third of the 68,258 accommodations are hotel rooms, which represent 35.25% of its properties. Additionally, the average size of hotel rooms in Mexico is 47 m² and they cost, on average, $184 per night. Moreover, the majority of hotel rooms in this destination can host 5 people, which makes it a wonderful vacation destination for medium-sized groups and families. If you would prefer to compare a different accommodation type, you could check apartment rentals, which are the other most typical accommodation option in Mexico. These accommodations cost $319 a night on average and have an average size of 100 m².
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Best Vacation Home Deals in Mexico
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Recommended Vacation Rentals in Mexico
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Popular Rental Amenities in Mexico
Select a filter to search and find an offer meeting your requirements among all of the properties in Mexico. HomeToGo's data highlights that "internet" and "TVs" are the most frequently provided amenities in Mexico. Three features that are not typical are "cribs," "saunas," and "fireplaces."
Price and Availability Index in Mexico
Vacation Rental Price Information in Mexico
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Mexico. The week with the highest average prices is in December (12/12 - 12/19). During this week, a night will cost on average $170. Prices are more affordable in August (8/7 - 8/14).
Rental Availability Information in Mexico
Check how busy Mexico is with our availability graph. Be careful if you plan to go to Mexico in August, as it comprises the busiest week of the next 12 months (8/7 - 8/14). November (11/28 - 12/5) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
Discover Mexico's rich cuisine and culture from your vacation rental
Conveniently located between Central America and the U.S., Mexico is a land of ancient civilizations, powdery white beaches, lush rainforests, sweeping deserts, and delicious cuisine. Whether you're looking to relax on the picture-perfect beaches, explore the ancient ruins, or enjoy great outdoors; Mexico has something for everyone. A vacation rental in Mexico offers the perfect base for an unforgettable getaway in this wonderful country.
Taste the flavours of Mexico
Mexican cuisine is the perfect blend of local and Spanish influences. Corn, peppers, and beans are the most common ingredients found in almost every Mexican meal. Chilaquiles is one of the must-try local dishes during your trip. This traditional breakfast delicacy is made with fried corn tortillas and topped with scrambled eggs, chicken, cream and cheese.
Tostada is another classic Mexican dish containing fried corn tortilla and served with refried beans, cheese, cooked meat, and ceviche. A gordita (meaning "little fat one”) is a local favourite; a savoury cake made of corn tortillas with delicious fillings of meat, cheese, and vegetables. Other popular must-try Mexican dishes include Tacos, Pambazo sandwich, Flautas, and Tlacoyo.
Soak up Mexico's rich history and culture
Head to the National Museum of Anthropology situated in Bosque de Chapultepec. Designed by famous architect Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, the Museum is home to the largest collection of ancient artifacts across its 23 rooms.
Pay a visit to Frida Kahlo Museum (also called Casa Azul), which is known for its striking cobalt-blue wall. The museum is dedicated to the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo who spent her entire life here. The museum features a collection of artworks, pre-Hispanic artifacts, memorabilia, personal items, photographs, and more.
Explore the sights and beaches with Mexico villa rentals
Make your way to the city of Cancun on the Yucatán Peninsula, which is a popular spring break destination and packed with stunning beaches, and happening nightlife. You can enjoy a variety of water activities in Cancun including snorkelling, fishing, scuba diving, and yachting.
Mexico is home to some of the world's oldest civilizations including The Olmecs, Mayas, Zapotecs, and Aztecs. Don't miss the Chichen Itza, a Mayan archaeological site located in Yucatan Peninsula; and one of the new wonders of the world. Be sure to check out the Templo Mayor, a famous temple of the Aztecs situated in the city of Teotihuacan.
Mexico offers plenty of opportunities for adventure activities for visitors. Schedule a visit to the Copper Canyon Adventure Park and enjoy the ride of your life on the world's longest and fastest zip line. Visit one of the world's largest coral reefs on Riviera Maya, that’s perfect for scuba diving and snorkelling.
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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 Canadians 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 pre0hispanic 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 Canadian Embassy website in Mexico.