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After Hurricane Odile, Los Cabos Hotels in Rebuilding Mode

This past Sunday, September 14 of 2014, Hurricane Odile slammed into the the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula and hit the popular tourist region with heavy winds and waves. Since most of the resorts are right on the water, none was completely spared and some will be closed indefinitely. Many tourists have been stranded [...]

How to Tour Peru the Right Way

There are a lot of options for a lot of budgets when you decide to spend some time in Peru. If you’re a family or what to do something experiential and really memorable, the choices can get overwhelming. I interviewed Andre Robles of Voyagers Travel (http://www.machupicchutours.travel/), one of the top tour operators in South America, [...]

Elegant Hotel Plaza Grande in the Center of Quito

We first reviewed Boutique Hotel Plaza Grande back when Luxury Latin America first launched, in the latter half of the 00s. It was the new kid on the block then in Ecuador and marked a major turning point for the city. A decade ago Quito was a UNESCO World Heritage site already and had been [...]

Global Traveler’s Readers’ Picks for Latin America

Like most travel magazines out there, Global Traveler conducts a readers’ poll each year asking for opinions on who is doing the best job in the airline and hospitality industries. The readership there is high-level executives who frequently travel the world on business, tacking on a few days before or after to have some fun. [...]

Finally Some Luxe Hotel News From Rio de Janeiro

  Many of those coming to see the World Cup or the Olympics in Brazil are going to have a tough time finding a hotel in Rio de Janeiro. Copacabana Palace has been sold out “for years” for those two events and cruise ships are going to be docking to add a few thousand beds [...]