This award means a lot to all of us at the Cayuga Collection Hotels and Lodges in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. We have been involved in sustainable hospitality since 1995 and really appreciate this recognition by National Geographic. A special thank you to all of our staff members, our guests and the owners of the very special hotels
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Disclaimer: Yes, we are biased as we do manage Isla Palenque and believe it is one of the greatest places to visit in Central America. But still, trust us on this one… If you have a week or a bit more to go on vacation and are thinking about visiting Panama, we recommend this luxury vacation itinerary. We
What is the secret to successful hotel marketing in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama? How to make sure that the phones are ringing and that our sustainable luxury hotels and lodges have high occupancies. No, it is not just the work of the public relations company. Not just the many visits all over North America to Agencies and Tour Operators or the participation in trade
A few weeks ago, the New York Times published an article in the TRENDING section of their newspaper under the title: “How Skipping Hotel Housekeeping can help the Environment and your Wallet”. It explained how certain hotel chains are promoting sustainability by offering food and beverage credits and other perks for guests who forgo housekeeping services. Several readers responded quite
Getting away from the crowds is a major vacation consideration these days. In a world where “over-tourism” has become a harsh reality in many beautiful destinations such as Barcelona, Amsterdam, Dubrovnik and even Mount Everest, there is a growing longing among travelers for remote destinations. More and more people are actively looking for off the beaten path destinations that are away
Wait a minute? Why would you design a beach house to make your guests feel a certain level of “discomfort” and intentionally push them out of their comfort zones? And at the same time make the beach house function as a luxury hotel? Sounds nuts, doesn’t it? The location of Latitude 10 in Santa Teresa is spectacular.