Argentina Archive

Notable New Hotels Coming to Central and South America

Want to gaze into a crystal ball and see what new resorts and city hotels will be on the way soon in Central and South America? Luxury Latin America attended two travel conferences in the past couple weeks to see what new tourism projects and hotels will be showing up in the coming years that […]

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Kkala Hip Boutique Hotel in Salta, Argentina

Often you find a hotel you love in an unusual spot. Kkala Hotel is not in the center of Salta, but rather in a residential area on the edge that limits it to 10 rooms. In a city not exactly known for a wealth of luxury lodging choices, however, it has built up a strong […]

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Four Seasons Buenos Aires Gets a Facelift

Sometimes even the grandest grande dame needs a little work done to get noticed again. Since Buenos Aires is known as a medical tourism “reconstructive surgery” capital, let’s call this Four Seasons Buenos Aires renovation a nip and tuck. The Four Seasons has long duked it out with Alvear Palace as the best choice for […]

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News of the Month From Latin America – May, 2013

The news out of Latin America is seldom boring. There’s always something going on in this vast region worth talking about. Here are some of the more unusual or noteworthy tidbits from the recent news. Toilet paper shortage in Venezuela It’s one thing to hear about the effects of socialism on a country’s economy, quite […]

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10 Most Popular Luxury Tour Stories and Hotel Reviews

A couple times a year I like to highlight which pages of Luxury Latin America travelers are clicking on the most. It changes a lot from one quarter to the next depending on where our readers are headed and who’s in the news (good or bad), and usually it’s a bit surprising who makes it […]

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Travel Related News From Latin America – April ’13

Having a new pope come from Argentina should be good news when it comes to numbers. Canada and the USA combined have 86 million Catholics. South America has 339 million. Tired of hearing Argentina’s politicians’ sabre-rattling about the Falkland Islands, the locals went to the polls to vote in a referendum. Only 3 out of 1,513 […]

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