Prices Archive

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 […]

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 […]

A Real Estate Update for Antigua, Guatemala

The very first Latin America real estate round-up we ever published here was on Guatemala. Since Luxury Latin America launched before the U.S. financial crisis hit and took many expat markets down with it, however, a lot has changed in the Americas. So we’ve updated our story with a focus on the hottest market in […]

Inside the Trump Ocean Club, Panama City’s Iconic Project

In Panama City, the real estate gold rush of the last 10 years centered on the Trump Ocean Club, the iconic tower that brought international prestige to the Panama property market. The project was the first Trump-branded development in Central America, exposing Panama City to a new generation of  investors and second home buyers. When […]

How to Choose the Right Ship for the Galapagos Islands

Here’s one truth of Galapagos Islands travel that you’re not going to hear many tour operators admit: your experience on the islands themselves isn’t going to be much different whether you pay $3,000 per person or $12,000 per person. They’ll tout their great guides and educational sessions, their well-planned itinerary, and their service in getting […]

Renting a Car in Mexico

Renting a vehicle and driving yourself is a bad idea in many Mexican cities, but it’s a great idea if you want to go exploring a region on your own schedule, away from the congestion on the open road. I’ve been traveling to Mexico for about a decade, regularly renting a car to go to […]