Nils Bernstein

Nils Bernstein

A fan of sweet wines, sour beers, and old-school Rioja, Bernstein is an exhaustive traveler in search of new and unsung chefs and restaurants, innovative wine and food pairings, and eating and drinking at the source. In addition to Wine Enthusiast, Bernstein has written for Bon Appetit, Men’s Journal, New York Times, Men’s Fitness, Hemispheres, and Kinfolk, among others.

Most Recent Works

The Best Hotel Spas in Mexico City

The Best Hotel Spas in Mexico City

Most of the city's best spas are located in hotels. They provide a respite from busy days touring the city (or in business meetings), and nothing's as luxurious as being able to stumble back to a cozy hotel room without leaving the building. All spas listed here are also open to non-guests.
These 7 Mexico City Hotels Are Very Affordable, But We Still Like Them

These 7 Mexico City Hotels Are Very Affordable, But We Still Like Them

By American and European standards, Mexico City is extremely affordable on the whole, though prices vary wildly: The same street might offer a 40-dollar steak and a 25-cent taco. And just as many people might prefer the taco, there are modest but charming hotels catering largely to Mexican leisure travelers
The 7 Most Luxurious Hotels in Mexico City

The 7 Most Luxurious Hotels in Mexico City

If it's luxury you're after, Mexico City has it in spades. Much of the country's wealth is concentrated here, and it's a hub for international business as well as the art and fashion elite. The best hotels offer not just the best service and amenities, but rooms that feel like spacious private oases
The Best Hotels in Mexico City if You Love History

The Best Hotels in Mexico City if You Love History

Mexico City has long been a destination for people interested in the ancient and modern histories of the Americas. The Centro Histórico dates from the 16th century, with some vestiges of indigenous life before the Spanish Conquest. Museums such as the Anthropology Museum—the best of its kind in the
The 8 Hippest Hotels in Mexico City Right Now

The 8 Hippest Hotels in Mexico City Right Now

A global center of art, design, and fashion, Mexico City has become one of the hippest tourist destinations in the world. Though Roma, Condesa, and Juárez (and, increasingly, Centro) are the hipster neighborhoods of the moment, most neighborhoods have stylish and discreet boutique hotels that attract
The Most Incredible Hotel Restaurants in Mexico City

The Most Incredible Hotel Restaurants in Mexico City

One of the world's best dining cities, Mexico City is not a place you go to eat at the lobby restaurant out of convenience. Some of the city's best restaurants, however, are located in hotels; guests have the added bonus of always being able to score reservations.
The Most Family-Friendly Hotels in Mexico City

The Most Family-Friendly Hotels in Mexico City

As a rule, children are not just tolerated in Mexico, but respected and adored. They are welcome at all restaurants and even many bars, and in general, hotels are happy to help arrange childcare (though likely Spanish-speaking only) or other kid-friendly needs. Still, some hotels go above and beyond
These Are the 7 Best Hotel Bars in Mexico City

These Are the 7 Best Hotel Bars in Mexico City

There's no shortage of great bars in Mexico City, and most hotels are within walking distance of a good selection. That said, Mexico City is not a city of great hotel bars, like, for example, New York or Paris. But here's a selection of hotels with great bars that are even more popular with locals than