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Mexico Boutique Hotels, a reservation and marketing association for small, independent hotels in Mexico, has created a group of villas modeled after its collection of 45 hotels.


Costa Vallarta Boutique Villas includes six luxury properties in and around Puerto Vallarta, chosen and inspected by the association's management. Plans call for 25 additional properties by the end of the year. Villas include concierge service and a staff.


At the original Mexico Boutique Hotels collection, meanwhile, rates are unexpectedly low through the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. For as little as $75 a night, visitors can stay in unique lodging in intriguing destinations, such as Posada de las Minas in the rustic, artsy mining town of Mineral de Pozos; Azúcar, a bungalow retreat in tropical Veracruz state; or Xaloc, a resort of nine palapa bungalows on a virgin beach on the small Caribbean island of Holbox.


In Jalisco, the state whose town of Tequila earned World Heritage status this summer, the CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort is offering a tequila-themed Secretos Reposado package through Dec. 16, starting at $222 per night for three nights, including a bottle of tequila and a tasting with the resident tequila sommelier. The resort serves 60 brands of tequila, including its own brand produced from agave azul growing on the property.


And if that's just too ... ordinary, a mere $4,000 a night will get you the villa in Costa Careyes (south of Puerto Vallarta) that graces the cover of September's Architectural Digest: three bedrooms, including a 200-foot infinity pool, stargazing tower/media room, 270-degree ocean view and staff of seven. Previous guests include Rothschilds, Gates, Armani, Tarantino and Gere.

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