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The 5 most incredible hotels in Latin America

If you are looking for an amazing hotel experience, somewhere you can unwind after a bike ride through the vineyards of Mendoza after or a day of snorkeling off the shores of Costa Rica, these hotels offer one-of-a-kind experiences, tranquil and inviting grounds and the opportunity to feel right at home in the amazing towns of Latin America. Cala Luna, Costa Rica From your room at Cala Luna you can watch Costa Rica’s most spectacular sunsets, so breathtaking that even the local wildlife pause to watch the golden sun sink into the rippling sea. This hotel, just steps away from Tamarindo Beach in Guanacaste, is everything you would want from an authentic Costa Rican and all that you would expect from a luxury resort. The staff provides impeccable service and thoughtful touches that will make your stay unforgettable. The extensive property unfolds like an Edenic garden as a short path takes you from the hotel’s restaurants and main swimming pool to one of the Pacific’s most beautiful and exclusive beach points. Cala Luna Four Seasons,Uruguay There is a lot to explore in Uruguay there is rich gaucho heritage to explore and the Four Seasons has created a perfect hybrid of traditional décor with modern luxuries.  All guest suites and bungalows offer furnished terraces that are ideal for al fresco breakfasts or late-night cocktails. Bungalows allow for ultimate privacy, with secluded gardens with outdoor showers. The location only adds to the splendor of this hotel. The Four Seasons is in the small town of Carmelo, long favored by Argentineans looking to relax. Playa Vik Jose Igncio, Uruguay It is difficult to know when the landscape ends and the Playa Vik begins. Playa Vik Jose Ignacio is a celebration of its majestic setting perched on the most coveted point on the Uruguayan coastline, facing west with sweeping views across the southern Atlantic Ocean and Playa Mansa, also known as the “calm” beach. From the hotel witness a sunset that has been described as the best on the planet. It is difficult to compete with Playa Vik Jose Ignacio’s exceptional design, unrivaled location, friendly and flawless services, and unparalleled collection of contemporary Uruguayan and international art. Playa Vik Jose Igncio Uruguay Patios de Cafayate, Argentina Nestled in the Calchaquíes Valleys, the Patios de Cafayate Hotel & Spa feels like a place that time has forgotten, where a slow pace and warm hospitality will melt your worries away. You will be captivated by the classical Latin American charm of the hacienda, elegantly decorated with lovely antiques and striking art. Outside, the grounds are the stuff of pure romance, from the quiet shady courtyards and fragrant gardens that cluster around the traditional Spanish villa, to the alternating stripes of verdant grape vines and rich brown earth out in the El Esteco vineyard. Stroll through the town of Cafayate and stop for shopping and a bite to eat, or drive out to one of the other many wineries that grace the area. Indulge in one of the wine-based treatments offered in the modern spa. Park Hyatt, Argentina While many of these incredible hotels offer seclusion and an oasis for relaxation. The Park Hyatt in the heart of Mendoza is just steps away from the vibrant city center. Call this hotel home as you discover all the city has to offer. The hotel Park Hyatt Mendoza in Argentina, has a beautifully restored 19th-century Spanish colonial façade, the rooms have stunning views of the Andes mountain range and Plaza Independencia in the center of Mendoza. The Park Hyatt also houses a casino and spa. They have all you need right in the center of the city. Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Andy Levine is the President/Founder of DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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