South America

South America


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BY: Word Travels | 2012

Travel to Cartagena, Colombia | A Caribbean Crown Jewel in South America

Faceted at the northern peak of South America and surrounded by the Caribbean Sea is the Colombian gem Cartagena. This...

Cartagena, Colombia Travel Guide

The historic port city of Cartagena, Colombia is full of luxury hotels, architectural charms, pulsating nightlife and...

Interview With Chef Rafael Piqueras of Peruvian Fusion Maras Restaurante

BY: Janice Nieder | 2012
It's little wonder that when Westin built a luxurious, 30-story, sparkling steel and glass hotel in Lima last year (now...

Where to Stay in Downtown Cuzco, Peru

BY: JustLuxe Team | 2012
The beautiful Palacio Nazarenas is nestled in downtown Cuzco, Peru. The city's subtropical weather, which is rarely wet,...

Palacio Nazarenas Offers Guests Luxury Accommodations in Peru

BY: JustLuxe Team | 2012
Palacio Nazarenas is located in the heart of downtown Cuzco, Peru, and the luxury hotel strives to take advantage of its...
Rio De Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro Named World's Most Expensive Hotel City

BY: JustLuxe Team | 2012
It might come as a surprise to some, but Rio de Janerio was just named the world’s most expensive major city for a hotel...

Sofitel Hotel in Colombia Offers Elegant, Old World Vacation Experience

BY: Julie Hatfield | 2012
What is more elegant than a convent that has been restored to contemporary beauty? The Sofitel Santa Clara Hotel's center...

The Vines Resort and Spa to Open in Argentina's Wine Country

BY: Jared Paul Stern | 2011
The team behind Recuerdo Wines, part of the Bespoke Collection portfolio of artisanal brands and experiences, is planning to...
Sao Paulo

Campos do Jordao | The Swiss Alpine Village with a Brazilian Twist

BY: Carrie Coolidge | 2011
There is nothing quite like it anywhere else in the world. Campos do Jordao, located in the state of Sao Paulo, is known as...

Santiago Sommelier | A Week of Wine in Western Chile

BY: Eric Rosen | 2011
Chile boasts a wine industry that dates back to the 1550s when Spaniards first planted grapes there. The country contains 14...
Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo

BY: Word Travels | 2010
Originally a mission station set up in 1554 by Jesuit priests on the banks of the Rio Tiete, the city of Sao Paulo is today...
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