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Experiential Travel in Quito at Illa Experience Hotel

Would you like your memories of Quito to be more than a blur of historic buildings and museums? Book at the right property and you’ll come away with a feeling that you really know the place and its people instead. In the gilded age of travel when steamer trunks were the norm, luxury hotels were [&hellip

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CasaMolle is a Great Atacama Hotel Alternative With Golf

Did you know that you can play golf or lush fairways and greens in northern Chile, then sleep nearby in a well-equipped boutique hotel? Thanks to the addition of CasaMolle in the Elqui Valley of northern Chile, the seemingly impossible is possible. There are several problems with the oft-repeated but incorrect statement that the Atacama [&hellip

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Casa No Name Boutique Hotel in San Miguel de Allende

Can a house with no name really be a luxury hotel? Well a small one maybe, but yes. Casa No Name in San Miguel de Allende in Mexico got its name from a previous resident, but it’s not a short story. The original owner was a prominent priest, one who commissioned a mural in his [&hellip

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Our Most Popular Luxury Hotel Reviews

  Which luxury hotels in Latin America are readers clicking on the most? We just pulled up a report of our top-100 pages by traffic this year and there are a surprising number of luxury boutique hotels on the list. Of course there’s nothing even slightly scientific about this: what’s popular on our site is [&hellip

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Casa Republica Barranco Comes to Lima’s Artistic Neighborhood

The hip artistic neighborhood on the sea coast of Lima has a second boutique hotel worth considering now: Casa Republica Barranco. Lima is a bit of a strange city when it comes to luxury lodging. There’s not much of it anywhere near the airport or the historic center. Most of the luxury hotels of all [&hellip

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Another Leon, Nicaragua Option: Hotel La Recoleccion

You could be forgiven for glancing at the exterior of Hotel La Recolección in Leon and thinking it has been there for centuries. It’s named after the church it fronts, built in 1786, in the heart of the colonial center. This property actually went up in this decade, as new construction, but with a keen [&hellip

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