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Where to stay in Arequipa, Peru?

The Peruvian city of Arequipa is one of those cities that might get overlooked in favor of Machu Picchu or Lima, but this city of nearly one million has its own unique draws. Breathtaking architecture and views of the three volcanoes that surround it might not be enough for your tastes, but this city is [&hellip

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The Chilean Fjords with Nomads of the Seas

There is definitely something singular about Chile’s Patagonia and the fjord system that you will find nudged up against the bottom half of the country. Extreme weather, breathtaking landscapes and all kinds of natural wonders await travelers who make the long trek to Southern Chile. Luxury Latin America has waxed poetic in the past about [&hellip

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Boquete Isn’t Back, it’s Just Better Than Ever

Almost 10 years ago when our Luxury Latin American contributor made a trip down to check out the Boquete, Panama market there was a little shakiness in the air. It was right after the U.S. economic crisis and for a destination with a lot of U.S. expats, the thought that home sales would slow down [&hellip

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Hacienda San Angel: Beachside Romance

  We recently re-visited one of our favorite boutique hotels, Hacienda San Angel, on Mexico’s beautiful Pacific coast in Puerto Vallarta and it remains one of the best luxury options for travelers with an eye for colonial art and an ache for romance. The hotel is an iconic part of the town’s history. Puerta Vallarta, [&hellip

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The New Monterrey

Monterrey, Mexico is home to some of the country’s largest international companies and has long had the moniker of being the country’s urban, industrial powerhouse. With one of Latin America’s richest municipalities (San Pedro de Garza) and the mansions of its top executives, Monterrey is modern and cosmopolitan with a classy hospitality that includes excellent fine dining, [&hellip

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One More Reason to Visit Argentina this Year

Good news for luxury travelers on their way to the land of beef and vino, thanks to new president Mauricio Macri, Argentina hotels just got a tiny bit cheaper. Macri signed an executive order last September 27, in honor of World Tourism Day, that called for expanded implementation of previous 2001 legislation that offered tourists [&hellip

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