New Reviews of the Best Luxury Hotels in Nicaragua

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Luxury travel is gaining steam in Central America--even in Nicaragua. The premier site covering high-end travel in Latin America has just added detailed reviews of the top seven hotels and resorts in this emerging destination.

Luxury Latin America, the premier site covering upscale travel in this dynamic region, has just added reviews of the best hotels in Nicaragua (http://www.luxurylatinamerica.com/lux_nicaragua.html). These join existing reviews for eleven other countries in the burgeoning tourism region stretching from Mexico to the bottom of South America.

"Nicaragua is just starting to show up on the radar of adventurous North American travelers," says Timothy Scott, Editor of Luxury Latin America. "While the country still has a long way to go to attract a large number of high-end tourists, there are a few select hotels and resorts that pamper guests well while still retaining a strong sense of place."

With even the wealthiest travelers looking for the best value for their battered travel dollar, Nicaragua is looking increasingly attractive as a travel destination and a vacation or retirement home spot. Visitors are discovering its long Pacific beaches, the Spanish Colonial cities of Granada and Leon, and its striking scenery of lakes and volcanoes. As the infrastructure continues to improve and flight connections to the U.S. increase, look for more luxury developments to come in the future. For more information on tourism developments in the area, visit the Luxury Latin America blog: http://luxurylatinamerica.com/blog.

About Luxury Latin America:
Luxury Latin America provides detailed and authoritative travel information on luxury hotels and upscale tours in Mexico, Central America, and South America. All reviews and luxury tour features are written by experienced travel writers, keen observers who have experienced the trips and hotels first-hand. For more information see http://www.luxurylatinamerica.com.

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