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Featured guests include::
Matthew Upchurch, CEO of Virtuoso, discusses the hotel industry and how the luxury market is rebounding and where hotels are currently in the pipeline around the world.
Alan Faena, owner of Faena Hotel, shares his hidden gems of Buenos Aires and local experiences that cannot be missed.
Beatrice Murch, photographer, author, and expatriate, shares her tips on photographing the city and living in Buenos Aires compared to her hometown of Chicago.
Valeria Mortara, head sommelier at Hotel Faena, talks about the evolution of Argentine wine and how it has evolved over the years.
Francois Delahaye, chief operating officer of Dorchester Collection, explains how the economy of luxury hotels is rebounding.
Chef Christopher Carpentier discusses his role in the collaboration laboratory to rethink cuisine for Hotel Faena’s restaurant El Bistro.
Ximena Caminos, executive director of the Faena Arts Center, gives her perspective on the thriving art scene in Buenos Aires and how it has evolved and changed, particularly since the opening of the Faena Arts Center.
Ted Teng, president & CEO of The Leading Hotels of the World, explains what makes a luxury hotel a true standout among stiff competition.
Sorrel Moseley-Williams, freelance journalist and contributor to Fodors, talks about being a writer and an expatriate living in Buenos Aires.