Latin American Lodging, From Panama to Peru
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Latin American Lodging, From Panama to Peru

My latest feature in the New York Times travel section covers new hotels — from Lima boutiques to Costa Rica hideaways — in Latin America. Be inspired here.

Latin America Lodging, From Panama to Peru

Nayara Springs

One of the 16 villas at Nayara Springs, scheduled to open in Costa Rica in December.

Published: September 10, 2013

Grande dame rehabs. Art-focused urban boutiques. Rain-forest hideaways. There’s no pattern to be found in the latest hotels in Latin America. But the offerings reveal one trend: the broad appeal of the region.