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In Rio, Hotel Alternatives Can Be the Best Option

We’ve written several times before about how Brazil is so inexplicably short on luxury hotel options. Despite a fairly robust tourism business, loads of business travelers, and a relatively wealthy population these days, finding a nice place to stay can be really tough. If you haven’t booked your hotel room yet for the Olympics, you’re […]

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Best of Both Worlds: Mantamar Beach Club in Downtown Puerto Vallarta

There are many hotel zones in Puerto Vallarta itself, then when you head north into Nayarit there are even more. Most function like secluded resort areas though, without a lot of life outside the walls. If you want to enjoy the more Mexican vibe of downtown Puerto Vallarta and stroll real streets with real bars […]

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Updated Review & Video Tour of Fairmont Acapulco Princess

When we first launched Luxury Latin America last decade, things were different in Acapulco. This was a hotspot on the rebound—according to the glossy magazine stories anyway—and we covered all the top hotels and resorts in what was still a fairly popular international destination. Then business dried up there and apart from adding one new […]

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Real Estate Pricing Trends in Panama’s Most Luxurious Neighborhood

This is a guest article from our partners at Punta Pacifica Realty, experts in luxury living options in the capital. Panama City, Panama is renowned for its fast-paced growth, prominent business sector, and impressive skyline of opulent commercial and residential developments. Surveying the glistening urban landscape of Panama City, one area in particular stands out […]

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Going Deeper Into the Mountains of Peru

Sure, you could fly into Lima, change planes, fly to Cusco, then do the whole Sacred Valley in a blur of trains, taxis, and buses in five days or less. But is that really the way to treat one of the greatest destinations on Earth? Or your body? Peru is not a quick in and […]

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A Lodge to Support Chilean Patagonia’s Ecosystem

We recently posted a new review on a remote Chilean lodge near Aysen, but our latest one in the same area is a different kind of place altogether. The Lodge at Valle Chacabuco “is part of a movement, a belief system, and an effort to change the way we live.” There’s a serious pedigree behind […]

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