New Hotels Archive

The Best Hotels in Guayaquil, Ecuador

We’ve long had reviews of the two best upscale hotels in Guayaquil, Ecuador. It was time for an update though as both have gone through some renovations, plus there’s a third one on the way that’s going to be the clear top luxury choice when it opens in early 2017. Guayaquil is kind of a […]

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Atemporal New Artistic Boutique Hotel in Miraflores, Lima

Things are looking up in Peru’s capital and we’re happy to see another luxe boutique hotel open: Atemporal. Lima, Peru has long been just a stopover for most visitors as they spend a night on the way in or out to other parts of Peru. As the culinary scene keeps getting hotter and the best […]

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Explora’s New Adventure Resort in Peru

Explora Valle Sagrado opens a new chapter for the region between Cusco and Machu Picchu in the Andes Mountains of Peru. We’ve had high praise for the explora company based in Chile, with reviews of their properties in Patagonia and Atacama. I experienced a terrific overland travesia with them from Uyuni to Atacama that was […]

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Thompson Hotels’ Twofer in Playa del Carmen

We raved before about Thompson Hotels’ first foray into Mexico, the young and stylish The Cape in Los Cabos, but their latest in Playa del Carmen didn’t have a large empty oceanfront lot to work with. Playa del Carmen is now one of the country’s priciest real estate markets and there’s not all that much […]

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New Habita Hotel Casa Fayette in Guadalajara

Guadalajara has long been strangely short on stylish, upscale hotels, so there’s been a lot of anticipation for Casa Fayette. This new hotel from the hip Grupo Habita company follows in the footsteps of their trendy properties in Mexico City, Puebla, and several resort areas. Each one is an aesthetic delight that attracts the creative […]

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The Old is New: Casa Vieja to Busue in Mexico City

We once had a review of Casa Vieja Hotel on our site, an intimate Mexico City boutique hotel decorated in traditional colonial Mexican style. It was fascinatingly out of place, being just down the block from outlets of Gucci, Bose, and Louis Vuitton in the slick Polanco neighborhood. Apparently the incongruity was a bit too […]

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