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Their List, Our Reviews: T+L’s Top Hotels in Latin America

Which Latin American luxury hotels have been called out this year by the readers of one of the USA’s most popular travel magazines? Well, there are a few surprises, but overall there are a lot of great properties on the Travel + Leisure rundown that came out recently. We tend to be very skeptical about [&hellip

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The Top Luxury Hotels in Panama City, Panama

When I first visited Panama City before a two oceans yacht tour on a luxury catamaran, the capital looked nothing like it does now. Even though this was just 12 years ago, there was a serious hotel shortage and a big underground market in apartment rentals to meet demand. (This was before Airbnb and when [&hellip

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W Hotel Mexico City – Fun and Fancy Both

It’s not often that we describe a luxury hotel as being especially fun or playful, but at the W Hotel Mexico City, you can enjoy a whimsical decor and be pampered as well. Plus this hotel in the ritzy Polanco neighborhood has some of the best city views of any property in the capital. When [&hellip

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Staying at a Ranch or a Mansion in Argentina

We’ve just posted a new hotel review in Argentina and updated one of our previous ones, but neither is a typical hotel. There are lots of unusual lodging choices in this part of South America. These two are of a ranch and a converted mansion. Estancia La Bandada Argentina is the land of the gauchos, [&hellip

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Park Tower Buenos Aires is Not the Sheraton

The “hotel within a hotel” concept can be a bit confusing sometimes. That’s especially true when you’ve booked the Luxury Collection Park Tower in Buenos Aires and your taxi pulls up to a Sheraton. Don’t worry though, you’re not checking in at that gargantuan 740-room convention hotel. The Park Tower is a more human-scaled property [&hellip

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Live Aqua San Miguel de Allende Ups the City’s Room Count

Despite a boom in tourism and more gringos moving in all the time, it has been quite a while since a new large hotel has opened in San Miguel de Allende. Most of the additions have been small boutique hotels or B&Bs like Casa No Name and Casablanca 7. That changed recently with the long-anticipated [&hellip

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