Which high-end hotels in Latin America are readers clicking on the most? We just brought up a report of our top-100 pages by traffic this year and there are a surprising number of high-end boutique hotels on the list.
Of course there’s nothing even a little clinical about this: what’s popular on our site is not always a reflection of the most popular luxury hotels overall or “the best” in any objective sense. Our traffic to individual hotel reviews can be driven by many things: a write-up in a publication, a hotel being on TELEVISION, an ownership modification, a published reader’s poll someplace, or a link from another popular website.
Still, it’s intriguing to take an appearance at which hotels are getting the most interest at various times. Here are the leading five most visited hotel pages on High-end Latin America over a duration of more than ten months this year. All of these were seen more than 1,000 times by our readers.
Cala de Mar (previously
the Coffee area both appeared on the list. Guatemala Popular Luxury Hotels Lake Atitlan remains popular, with our reviews of Laguna Lodge and Lush Atitlan signing up with Casa Polopa above. Then in Antigua, Pensativo Hotel (formerly Casa Rosal), El Convento Hotel, and Casa Santo Domingo. Unfortunately, the popular La Reunion hotel and golf course was damaged by a volcanic eruption this year and might never ever resume.
Belize Top High-end Hotels
El Secreto pointed out previously, Belize hotels Cayo Espanto, Las Terrazas, Matachica, and Phoenix Resort all showed up on our 100 most popular pages report, all of them on or near easily accessible Ambergris Caye.
Surprisingly, all the top Panama hotels on our list are outside the capital city: Laguna Azul Eco-lodge and Popa Paradise remain in Bocas del Toro, while Hacienda del Mar pointed out at the top remains in the Pearl Islands. Secrets Playa Bonita is a short drive away, nevertheless, on the other side of the Panama Canal.
A Couple Of Other Top Hotels:
A few random residential or commercial properties pulled ahead on their own, not as part of a cluster of popularity.
Cuatro Cuatros glamping resort in Mexican wine country Lapostolle Home in the Colchagua Valley of Chile Explora Patagonia in Chile Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica in Peru Garzon in Uruguay Sacha Lodge in the jungle area of Ecuador This is quite a diverse list of hotels
Colombia is clearly gaining a lot in popularity and is a “hot location”nowadays. We remain in the midst of including several new evaluations there in Bogota, Cartagena, and Santa Marta. At the other end of the scale, a few that usually leading the list from Nicaragua were strong at the beginning of the year, however have now taken a dive.(Mukul is really closed until more notification, the owners waiting out the popular demonstrations and harsh federal government crackdown.)Our readers are clearly not business roadway warrior types who choose
predictable chain hotels. Nearly all of them on this list are independent residential or commercial properties or belong to some local Latin American hotel chain. The one exception is the Secrets in Panama. Local High-end Travel Hotel Chains in Latin America NOW High-end Shop Hotel in a Resurgent Cali A New Luxury Store Hotel in Quito: Illa Experience < img alt=”Spacous bathroom at Casablanca 7 boutique hotel in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico” height=”120″ src=”https://luxurylatinamerica.com/blog/wp-content/casablanca7-bathroom-120×120.jpg” width=”120″ > San Miguel’s Most current High-end Shop Hotel– Casablanca 7