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4th February 2011
Best of Travel

Latin Trade started polling readers about hotels and restaurants for business travel in Latin America and the Caribbean nearly a decade ago. The ninth annual survey results are in, and Latin Trade proudly presents readers’ top choices for 2011 in 19 cities in 16 countries. The survey includes results about preferred airlines and car-rental providers for travel from Mexico to the Southern Cone .
This special travel section also examines how mergers and alliances are reshaping options for flyers. And we report on the latest trends in hotel development, with new and rebranded properties giving business travelers more choices in more cities.
Finally, Latin Trade asked six top-level hotel executives — who travel constantly in the region —  to share tips and their expertise about life on the road and in the skies.

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