By Noah Belachew
From Old Town to the waterfront, San Diego is filled with amazing parties. The Old Town Fiesta features lively street performers and delicious Mexican cuisine at every turn.
Would you like to be right in the middle of all the action in the city? Then you can’t go wrong with Worldmark San Diego - Mission Valley.
While it may not be the first city that comes to mind for the holiday, over 400,000 people are expected to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Denver. It's one of the biggest festivals in the U.S.!
If you'd like to enjoy the festivities but still have a bit of quiet at night, Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is close enough to drive to Denver but just far enough away from the noise.
It should come as no surprise that this city's historic market square is a stellar hub for celebration. Aside from the music and food, there are 100 locally-owned shops and stalls.
The Bluegreen Eilan Hotel and Spa offers a luxurious, Tuscan-inspired retreat so you can unwind after a day of partying. There's even a full-service spa!
For 30 years, downtown Phoenix has made Cinco de Mayo a staple of the city. From lucha libre matches to dancers from folklorico groups, the city embraces Mexican culture.
Marriott's Canyon Villas at Desert Ridge is a world-class resort with spacious villas, pools, waterfalls, and lazy rivers.
There are major events across the city. Olvera street hosts live music and dancing with mariachis while central Broadway and City Hall host the largest events in the city.
Want to enjoy LA without having to sleep through the noise of LA? Disney's Grand Californian is just a short drive away but keeps you away from the noise at night.
Love celebrating the holiday in one of these cities? Buy a timeshare there so you can return for it each year. Or rent one to try before you buy!