A look at the new world
New areas of opportunity, new trends, the impact of millennials. Latin America, from the vantage point of Osvaldo V. Librizzi, co-president of the Americas for Starwood, and Craig Smith, president for the Caribbean and Latin America at Marriott.
The Mexican Big Bang
A “Big Bang, the establishment of a new Mexico,” is how the newly appointed head of ProMéxico, Francisco Gonzalez Diaz describes this moment for Latin America’s second largest economy.
Where is Hyatt headed?
The chain plans to nearly double its hotel presence in Latin America, spearheaded by the Hyatt Place brand for business travelers. Where will the expansion take place
Latin America Helps Barcelo
Spanish hotel group Barcelo sees volatile results in Latin America this year, but expects better times next year.
Panama's Hotel Boom
Panama is seeing an hotel boom, both in and outside of Panama City, for both business and leisure travelers.
Cartagena Tourism Grows
Colombia’s resort city Cartagena is becoming a growing attraction for everyone from Bill Clinton to Ivanka Trump.
Latin Tourism: The Driver
Tourism is by far the best export for Latin American countries. All the money spent in the country is spread across the board to individuals and firms.
Honduras Boosts Tourism
Honduras aims to boost tourism arrivals and revenues through improved infrastructure and more international recognition.
Mexico Real Estate Q&A
Latin Business Chronicle asks leading experts about the outlook for Mexico's real estate sector.
Central American Tourism Boom
Latin America is setting a new record in international arrivals, led by Central America. But major markets like Mexico, Brazil and Argentina are also seeing healthy growth.
Colombia Tourism Grows
Helped by improved security, Colombia is seeing a strong increase in international tourist arrivals. Overall, Latin America set a new tourism record last year. Guatemala grew most, Ecuador the least.
Latin Tourism Positive Outlook
Despite a wave of hurricanes in the Caribbean, Latin American tourism is expected to post overall growth this year, thanks to a strong first half and significant growth in Mexico and South America.