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Bar at Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l’Est in France
Bar/Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l’Est

With 2017 just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about getaways for the New Year. Here are five deals that’ll inspire you to get up and go in January and February. From $81: Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l’Est (Paris, France) This isn’t your grandma’s Holiday Inn. Located in Paris’ 10th... Read More

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Guestroom at Mahekal Beach Resort in Mexico
Guestroom/Mahekal Beach Resort

Your Thanksgiving weekend will undoubtedly be filled with food and making memories with loved ones, but don’t spend too much time away from the computer — there are plenty of Black Friday (November 25) and Cyber Monday (November 28) travel deals to cash in on. Whether you’re looking to score... Read More

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 Santa Barbara beach/flickr/Damian Gadal
Santa Barbara beach/flickr/Damian Gadal

At 70 degrees and sunny nearly every day of the year, Santa Barbara is known as California’s playground for the rich and famous. Oprah, Ellen, and Brangelina all have weekend homes here (although the status of the latter may be in question) to get away from the bustle and smog of... Read More

Guestroom at Axiom Hotel in San Francisco, California
Guestroom/Axiom Hotel

An urban retreat designed to meet the demands of San Francisco’s savviest travelers, Axiom Hotel arrived in the city’s central Union Square early this year. We recently checked into the happening 152-room hotel to see what all the buzz is about, and here’s what we found. What’s Hot: The design.... Read More

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 L Hotel Miami
L Hotel Miami

For most of the country, December and January are chilly months that drive travelers to seek warmer locales. From Miami Beach to San Diego, here are four travel deals that are guaranteed to save you money and bring you farther away from the cold and closer to sunshine. From $99: Lafayette Hotel Swim Club... Read More

The Tilden Hotel
The Tilden Hotel

San Francisco isn’t just one of the most expensive cities to live in; it’s also among the most expensive to visit. With nightly hotel rates at major properties averaging close to $400 per night, 24 hours in SF can set you back as much as an entire week elsewhere. Deals... Read More

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JetSuiteX

We all want to fly in style, but unless you’ve stumbled upon untold riches, it’s pretty difficult to justify the cost of flying private. If you’re based in California or Nevada, however, the cost of doing so just got a lot more reasonable, even — dare we say —... Read More

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 Sausalito/flickr/Aaron Swift
Sausalito/flickr/Aaron Swift

Located directly across from San Francisco (via the Golden Gate Bridge), Sausalito offers breathtaking Bay Area vistas and a small-town vibe just 25 minutes from downtown by car. From cycling along the shoreline to sampling some of Northern California’s best wines, here’s how to spend a weekend in this picturesque Pacific Northwest getaway. What to Do One of the best... Read More

Guestroom at Hotel Irvine in California
Guestroom/Facebook/Hotel Irvine

A perfect autumn entails a getaway, family time, and of course, pumpkins. Luckily, the Fall Harvest package from Hotel Irvine combines all of those things. Here’s the scoop. Available through October 31, the package includes accommodations for a family of four, parking, $15 credit for the property’s Marketplace, and daily breakfast.... Read More

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 Spa/The American Club Resort
Spa/The American Club Resort

The spa tradition dates to Roman days, back when powerful men dropped toga to go for a spritz. In recent centuries, though, spa-going has been seen as more of a female affair, particularly around North America. But now, in Century XXI, the boys are back. Spas around the world... Read More

 Bär Baer/flickr
Bär Baer/flickr

Every September, hotels ramp up their wellness offerings to honor National Yoga Month. While a discounted yoga package with your stay is nice, the beauty of yoga is that you can do it anytime, anywhere. As celebrity yoga instructor Rodney Yee once said: “The most important pieces of equipment you need for doing... Read More

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Bixby Creek Bridge in Big Sur, California
Bixby Creek Bridge/Flickr/torroid

From Washington to California, the west coast of the United States is chock full of road trip opportunities, including journeys that cross state and country borders, meander up and down the coastline, bypass mountains and lakes, and offer endless opportunities to stop the car and enjoy. Here are five... Read More

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Best Western Fort Walton Beach in Florida
Best Western Fort Walton Beach

For stylish, wallet-conscious travelers, checking into budget hotels can be a bit of a tossup. On the upside, there’s the cheap nightly rate; on the downside, there’s the sterile, uniform design that’s usually associated with these types of accommodations. Thanks to new, playful decor, there are budget properties from major hospitality brands that... Read More

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Great Tide Pool at Monterey Bay Aquarium in California
Great Tide Pool/Monterey Bay Aquarium

Once the capital of Alta California (under Mexican rule), and the former home of writer John Steinbeck, California’s Monterey is a city full of history. While adults will appreciate Monterey’s charming small-town feel, excellent restaurants, and in-town tasting rooms, there’s plenty for kids to be excited about as well.... Read More

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Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park in Big Sur, California
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park/Flickr/Nathan Yergler

The region of Big Sur stretches for about 60 miles along California’s rugged Central Coast, where ancient redwood trees reach for the sky, the road wiggles along the edge of the ocean, and from June to October, migrating whales can be spotted offshore. Though the area is best known... Read More