Mountains, rivers, canyons, glaciers, volcanoes, and lakes—the only problem is deciding which Latin American wonder to travel to first!
Dreaming of exploring the scenic volcanoes of Guatemala? What about the cloud forests and beaches of Costa Rica? The best of Latin America is waiting to be discovered. And when you travel in Latin America, Radisson Hotels Americas is there to provide a comfortable and reliable place to rest your head after a day of adventure.
At the mouth of the Panama Canal, the world’s second-largest tax-free shopping zone in world, and on the Caribbean coast, the only thing you’ll have to worry about in Colón is what activity to do next.
San Isidro, Peru
History and modern culture collide on the cobblestone streets of San Isidro. Visit an ancient pyramid, a 16th century monastery, and pre-Colombian artifacts, all within a couple miles from our hotel.
Puerto Varas, Chile
Charming German-influenced architecture and the scenic background of volcanos on the shores of Lake Llanquihue characterize the city of Puerto Varas, Chile.
Guatemala City, Guatemala
The capital city of Guatemala is known for its bustling financial district, Plaza Mayor featuring colonial paintings and carvings, and proximity to the active Pacaya Volcano.
Discover the perfect place to blend a relaxing vacation on La Boquilla Beach with the lively bars and nightclubs of Calle del Arsenal in the historic city.
One of South America’s largest cities, this seaside capital city has been hailed the gastronomic capital of Latin America.
Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay
Take a trip back in time as you stroll along the romantic cobblestone streets and inviting cafes of the Barrio Histórico of one of Urugay’s oldest cities.
San José, Costa Rica
From markets to museums to amusement parks, staying in the city center puts you in the perfect position to explore all that San José has to offer.
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Balance the big-city appeal of museums and restaurants with the peaceful gardens, lagoons, and trails sprinkled throughout Santa Cruz.
Nestled in a valley surrounded by the peaks of the Andes Mountains, Santiago is an appealing blend of culture, business, and history