The 31 passenger Amazon Star is indeed a shining star in the Peruvian Amazon cruise fleet, with her 8-day itinerary voted one of the ‘25 Greatest Adventures in the World’ by National Geographic Adventure Magazine. This newly constructed riverboat is not just a new place to stay; it offers you a new way to navigate the mysteries of the Amazon.
Set in the exclusive district of Samborondón on the banks of the river Daule. Formally a Catholic hospice dating from the 19th Century, this 44 room luxury boutique hotel boasts Republican-era features such as fountains, courtyards, an ornate chapel and a bell tower that now houses the Spa.
Nestled in the verdant hills above the Caribbean coast of southern Belize, Copal Tree Lodge is a self-contained sanctuary from the everyday world. The lodge offers 16 individual, privately sited suites with comfortable sleeping and relaxing spaces, screened fresh-air verandas, and luxurious spa-style baths.
The M/S Panorama is a 54-metre elegant cruise vessel that accommodates just 49 passengers in 24 outside cabins. Its 7-night itinerary unravels the wonders of the Pacific Ocean coastline of Costa and the Panama Canal.
Located on Esteves Island, this luxurious hotel offers panoramic views over Lake Titicaca from the Andes to Bolivia. It features a Spa with a hot tub and sauna. The elegant spacious rooms all boast stunning lake views.
Set in a restored palace with elements dating from the 15th Century, this refined hotel is set in the historic centre of Cusco and across the road from the remains of Coricancha temple. It is just a short walk from Cusco Cathedral and from the lively Plaza de Armas. The elegant rooms feature locally inspired artwork, gold accents and dark wood furnishing.
The only hotel in Urubamba with a private train station to Machu Picchu, this elegant hotel is set at the base of Ch’iqun mountain and overlooks the Vilcanota River. The refined rooms feature native fabrics and local design and have private balconies with views of the natural surroundings.
Cotococha Amazon Lodge offers 22 spacious bungalows, built according to traditional architecture in harmony with the surrounding rainforest. All bungalows are equipped with a private bathroom, a private veranda with reclining chairs or hammocks to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of Ecuador’s Amazon. All of Cotococha’s bungalows are scattered on four hectare jungle reserve.
The brand new M/V Manatee is a luxury cruise vessel that transports you into the heart of the Amazon in opulent surroundings. Enjoy fantastic modern amenties while you cruise, such as a splendid restaurant and bar with panoramic windows, an observation deck, an outdoor Jacuzzi and an alfresco bar.
Originally opened in 1925, El Albergue is a historic hotel, located near Ollantaytambo train station, little more than an hour away from Machu Picchu and the city of Cusco. It has just 16 rooms individually decorated in an elegant rustic style. The hotel has beautiful gardens which are full of fuchsia, passionflower, peaches and avocado trees which attract hummingbirds.