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Lonely Planet guidebooks used to be valuable for both high-rolling vacationers and budget-minded vagabonds alike. I traveled by car into mainland Mexico for the first time with a 1993 Lonely Planet guidebook. Despite it being nearly a quarter century out of date, its centro maps and budget hotel listings proved to be useful many times. So I purchased this 2018 guide recently, in anticipation of a more extensive Mexico roadtrip this winter. A few minutes after opening it, I knew I was in for a disappointment. Budget hotels (with critical notes about setting, cleanliness, and amenities) were almost completely absent from the listings. It's almost like instead of hitting the pavement and checking out every town, the writers sat at home and copied results from Google Maps or tourist bureau websites. The maps are an improvement over the old Lonely Planet guides, but the listings are vastly inferior.
We're planning to live in MX for a few months. Went to Barnes and Noble to get a book but they didn't have any MX books but got this brand as a recommendation. It was a big disappointment. It effectively only including information that you can easily get from Google. Example: Holiday inn's / city plaza + museums. We were looking for the nooks and cranny's one would expect from a book that would share "their experiences".
I wish Lonely planet would split Mexico by regions... no one can visit Mexico in a single trip, and this book is like a general overview. not good for region or if you visit a state for more than a week or so. They should do something like: el bajio (western Mexico), Mexico city and surrounding, South east or Peninsula, south west, northern Mexico and Baja.