Chile travel Archive

Another Great Santiago Boutique Choice: Hotel Magnolia

The Chilean capital of Santiago seemed to take its time opening new luxury hotels with character, even as ones in other South American cities kept popping up with regularity. They’ve been making up for lost time the past few years though and the newest upscale boutique hotel is Hotel Magnolia. Like most of the interesting [&hellip

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Chile Tourism Rising, but Still Light From USA

More and more people are discovering the joys of travel in Chile. The country set a record in 2016 with 5.64 million tourists, a dramatic jump of 26%. When you dig into the Chile tourism numbers, however, the country is still pulling more from neighboring countries than it is from long-haul (and longer-staying) countries in [&hellip

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6 Epic South America Road Trips You Can Do in a Rental Car

South America is a vast continent with long routes to traverse, so there’s no shortage of long road trips you can take. Some of the most rugged require a four-wheel drive vehicle though. The Pan-American Highway is congested and ugly in a lot of stretches. Plus you know when one oft-listed drive is along a [&hellip

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Luxury Travel for Less This Year in Latin America

If you want to upgrade your luxury travel experience or get the most from a vacation budget that’s not unlimited, Latin America offers some historic values this year. If you pay even a passing attention to the financial news, you know that the U.S. economy is thrashing most others around the world this year and [&hellip

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Where “The 33” Movie Stars Stayed in Chile

We don’t do much celebrity worship on Luxury Latin America. There’s plenty of that already on TV and in magazines. When the first guests of a hotel we’ve reviewed are the likes of Antonio Banderas, Gabriel Byrne, and Juliette Binoche though, that’s notable. Especially when Hotel Wara is in the desert in Chile and the cast [&hellip

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5 Scenic Chile Routes to Discover by Car

On a map, Chile looks like a freak of geography, a long and impossibly skinny country wedged between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. In between are lakes, a desert, and vineyards, creating some dramatic road trip opportunities. The Pan-American Highway is one of the longest freeways in the world. Its most extensive stretch [&hellip

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