DON'T BE FOOLED by the overriding aura of refinement at Hotel B in Lima: red roses, checkerboard floors and white-coated waiters may whisper old-world elegance, but just beneath this veneer lies the thumping heart of a passionate bohemian. The grand, high-ceilinged, 17-bedroom refuge contains an astonishing collection of contemporary art from the First Ladies of the Peruvian art scene, the de la Puente sisters. In fact, the Lucia de la Puente gallery - just a few doors down a
Relais & Chateaux’s first Lima hotel handpicked as one of the world’s best hotels by the editors of Robb Report Magazine Lima’s arts boutique Hotel B was featured on the prestigious American magazine’s just released “Top 100 Hotels 2015”, an annual compilation of the best hotels around the world. Only 8 properties of Latin America have been selected to be part of this top list. Hotel B is the only one from Perú, and one of the five in South America. See full article here #Pre
"It's not just a hotel, but a home away from home.". Glistening fjords. Tawny vineyards. A pristine lake at the foot of snow-capped mountains. If any of those settings appeals to you, you’re in good company. Natural beauty is a big reason travelers visit South America — they want to experience the cloud-shrouded Andes, the enormous skies above Patagonia, the idyllic vineyards. And the best resorts in the region help visitors do just that. Every year for our World’s Best Award
Australis Cruises has been named the #1 cruise line in the Small Ocean Cruises category in Travel + Leisure’s World's Best Awards 2016. This is the first year that this category was added to the coveted World's Best Awards.
Every year, the readers of Travel + Leisure, the largest travel magazine brand in the United States, vote on their favorite destinations, hotels, resorts, spas, airlines, cruise lines, tour operators, rental-car agencies, and more in the World's Best Aw
For an intimate, exclusive experience, nothing beats these winners in the small-ship category. Travelers often choose a small cruise ship because of, well, size. Small ships don’t just feel more intimate; they can reach harder-to-access ports, such as Gustavia, St. Bart's glamorous capital, orSicily's Porto Empedocle, gateway to the impressive classical ruins of Agrigento. Some small cruise ships are even outfitted to be expedition vessels, capable of visiting icy waters of p