Be a traveler, not a tourist.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
“Be a traveler, not a tourist.” Embodying this mantra, Lost Hotels has revamped their website to unite a sense of adventure with cultural destinations, nature and authentic experiences. Here travelers will taste the local beer and food, experience local customs, test out the native tongue, make new friends and garner stories.
Each week, time-sensitive deals to unique destinations curated by Lost Hotel's staff of world travelers are extended to subscribers via e-mail or by visiting http://www.losthotels.com. Think independent and green properties, small-to-medium size, cool urban boutique hotels, Amazon jungle lodges and expedition cruises. This isn’t Paris in spring at Ritz. This is Tango Mar in Costa Rica, Sacha Lodge in the Amazon rainforest, Ariau Amazon Towers in Brazil, Titilaka in Bolivia, Hukumeizi and Casa Navegante in Colombia and Casa del Suizo in Ecuador.
In addition to its weekly deals, Lost Hotels will offer a travel guru service, where experts help plan getaways to any of its properties. This service includes being matched with a trip authority, mapping out the stay, finding accommodations and booking these suggestions at the best available rates.
Lost Hotels was founded in 2000 by Ernesto Ruben under the name Ecorepublic. Ruben, who grew up in Colombia, longed to offer travelers a chance to explore unspoiled nature and cultural enrichment through quality accommodations. Former Groupon Colombia executive Jonathan Dreszer, Lost Hotels’ chief marketing officer, joined the team and in 2004, Ecorepublic transformed into Lost Hotels, the online resource for travels looking for the road less traveled.
Currently, Lost Hotels is debuting its products in the Americas and the Caribbean. Other worldwide destinations are soon to follow.
Grab your camera and your sense of adventure. It’s time to get lost.