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Spas Archive

Two Dreamy Hotels in Patagonia for Future Travels

Since we’re all in dreaming mode right now instead of booking mode, why not dream of places far, far away? This month we’ve posted reviews of two new Argentina luxury hotels in Patagonia: Los Cauquenes Resort way down at the bottom in Ushuaia and Correntoso Lake & River Hotel south of Bariloche . They are [&hellip

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The Best Mendoza Winery Hotels

Back in the ’00s when we first started covering winery hotels around Mendoza and the vineyard region, there wasn’t all that much to talk about. Most of the “bodegas”–as the wineries are called in this area–don’t have any kind of lodging attached to them. The ones that do have a hotel though have gotten both [&hellip

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3 Luxury Tulum Resorts That Aren’t Just Hype

How do you separate the true luxury resorts in Tulum from the ones that are just faking it? When every place has “luxury” on its home page–in a beach area that’s not even on the electric grid–how do you filter out the hype? Well we’re here to help with that, by posting detailed reviews of [&hellip

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Fine Cuisine at an All-inclusive Resort: Our Revamped Review of Le Blanc Cancun

Le Blanc Cancun Spa Resort is not a typical beach hotel and it’s not a typical all-inclusive, so check this one out with an open mind. You can stay there and dine at some of the best restaurants in the region. Among many luxury travelers who can afford the best of the best every time, [&hellip

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The Top Cusco Luxury Hotels in Peru

When we first started Luxury Latin America nearly 13 years ago, there weren’t all that many high-end hotels to choose from in Cusco, Peru. I had just been through the region for the first time and was reviewing hotels for a trade publication called Star Service that travel agents use. It didn’t take me long [&hellip

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A Refreshed Original: Westin Puerto Vallarta Resort

Back when the Westin Puerto Vallarta opened in 1993, it was cutting-edge and modernistic, a showpiece for architect Javier Sordo Madaleno, whose firm has gone on to design some of Mexico’s most striking hotels and commercial buildings (including Chable Maroma and Solaz Los Cabos). With its bold design statements and expansive public rooms, it looked [&hellip

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