As the country picks up the title of World’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination at the World Travel Awards in Lisbon, Pedro Pablo Díaz, ambassador of Chile in Portugal, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have been recognised by voters from around the world.
The court of free competition in Chile has approved the joint business agreement between American Airlines and the LATAM Airlines Group for both their passenger and cargo businesses.
Rodrigo Hume from the Chilean Council in Guayaquil speaks to Breaking Travel News as the country picks up awards for South America’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination and South America’s Most Romantic Destination at the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage a new urban resort that is currently under development in Viña del Mar, Chile.
With his country recognised as the World’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination by the World Travel Awards, Claudio De Negri Quintana, ambassador of Chile to Vietnam, speaks to Breaking Travel News about the title and what it means to the hospitality sector in the destination.
Having taken the title of South America’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination at the World Travel Awards earlier this year, Gonzalo Fernández, director of marketing at the Chile Tourism Board, tells Breaking Travel News what is on offer in the destination. He also tells reporter Kaye Holland how the changing political situation in the UK is impacting visitor numbers and what the country has planned for 2018.
The Chilean Tourism Board has cause for celebration after scooping the trophy for South America’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination at the World Travel Awards Latin America Gala Ceremony.
Hotel Santiago opens today under Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group management, following the group’s announcement in May. Formerly the Grand Hyatt Santiago, the property will undergo an extensive guestroom and public area renovation, the first stage of which is scheduled for completion in late 2018.
Having witnesses a seismic event measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale on Christmas Day, tourism authorities in Chile have been quick to state tourism in the destination is unaffected. With an epicentre at Quellón, to the south of Chiloé Island, the affected area is more than a thousand kilometres from the nation’s capital of Santiago.