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.
Mega-mergers and new alliances forged in the past six months have given Latin American business travelers a score of additional options. But as this merger era underscores, competition is fierce. The fight to fill seats with executives has shifted into high gear.
Readers’ Choices. Brazil: TOP Hotels in São Paulo. Brazil: TOP Restaurants in São Paulo. Brazil: TOP Hotels in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil: TOP Restaurants in Rio de Janeiro.
Readers’ Choices. Mexico: TOP Hotels in Mexico City. Mexico: TOP Restaurants in Mexico City.
Readers’ Choices. Argentina: TOP Hotels in Buenos Aires. Argentina: TOP Restaurants in Buenos Aires. Chile: TOP Hotels in Santiago. Chile: TOP Restaurants in Santiago. Uruguay: TOP Hotels in Montevideo. Uruguay: TOP Restaurants in Montevideo.
Readers’ Choices. Colombia: TOP Hotels in Bogota and Medellin. Colombia: TOP Restaurants in Bogota and Medellin.
Readers’ Choices. Peru: TOP Hotels in Lima. Peru: TOP Restaurants in Lima.
Readers’ Choices. Ecuador: TOP Hotels in Quito and Guayaquil. Ecuador: TOP Restaurants in Quito and Guayaquil.
Readers’ Choices. Venezuela: TOP Hotels in Caracas. Venezuela: TOP Restaurants in Caracas.
Readers’ Choices. Central America & The Caribbean: TOP Hotels. Panama: TOP Restaurants in Panama City. Central America: TOP Restaurants.
Edgy décor, gourmet restaurants and upscale amenities may draw accolades and a well-heeled clientele to Latin America’s posh hotels, yet the most powerful hospitality brands are turning their sights on less luxurious lodgings.