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If You’re in Buenos Aires, Hail Caesar Park

In the posh, upscale La Recoleta neighborhood of Buenos Aires, surrounded by tango bars and cafes, designer shops and restaurants, is where five-star elegance abounds: at Caesar Park Buenos Aires. Drenched in white marble and crystal, elegant fabrics and dark wood, Caesar Park welcomes its guests without a single detail left to chance.

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A Starwood Property in a 400-Year Old Chilean Village

The town of Villarrica, Chile, is over 400 years old. It was founded by early Spaniards and throughout its history the town has been destroyed and abandoned many times. Reestablished in the 1880s, Villarrica has been a popular place for tourists ever since, while its population has grown to roughly 50,000. Villarrica, meaning “rich villa,”…

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Luxury in Caracas at the Gran Meliá Hotel

Situated in the Sabana Grande, the Gran Meliá Caracas Hotel is a spectacular five star property with amenities a-plenty and a few pleasant surprises too. A short journey from the Simon Bolivar International Airport, the Gran Meliá is centrally located to shopping and transportation.

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Forget the Mayans, See the Incas at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Buried deep in the Amazon Reserve of Peru lays the eco tourist retreat of Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo. Meaning “land of the Inca,” Inkaterra extends an open invitation to discover the indigenous cultures of Peru and fall in love with the mysteries of Machu Picchu that has held captive the masses for over a century.

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At the Copa, Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro

High-end luxury awaits guests at the Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro, a retreat worthy of an episode of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, where the beach-front Art Deco-style hotel welcomes visitors from all over the globe.

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