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Denver, Colorado, Hotel Born
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Helping you find the best value lodging experiences around the world, from budget to luxury and everything in between. Denver certainly isn’t short of hotel options, and new ones are springing up often — especially in the downtown area. This past August, Kimpton Hotel Born opened its doors in... Read More

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Amtrak Coast Starlight
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Even though flying is the main mode of transportation for many travelers, the U.S. still holds onto the romanticism and sense of adventure that is often associated with rail travel. Several historic railroad services still operate daily trains that connect North America — some even enticing passengers with unique vacation packages.... Read More

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In recent years, food trucks and pop-up restaurants have given aspiring chefs the opportunity to test their menus and build a following before investing in a brick-and-mortar building. But for travelers with limited time in an unfamiliar city, these can be difficult to track down. Enter the restaurant incubator, which gives... Read More

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Glenwood Springs/Tyra Sutak

Glenwood Springs has as much small-town charm and outdoor recreation as its neighbor, Aspen, but at a fraction of the cost. The city is known for its rust-colored facade, brushed with an abundance of greenery, and well-maintained historical buildings, and its location near the Colorado River lends itself to water sports... Read More

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Flickr / Sarah Stierch

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. Rather than heading to a crowded beach, make the season’s end even more memorable at one of these five unexpected destinations. Seattle From the Space Needle to Pike Place Market, there’s plenty to do in Seattle any time of the year; but on Labor... Read More

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Little Guard Lookout in Idaho
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All across the country, firefighters are pillars of strength in our communities. It’s certainly no surprise that their bravery and dedication have inspired travel destinations centered around these hometown heroes. Here are some of our favorites. Firefighter museums There are a number of firefighter museums around the U.S., including Memphis, New York City, and Los Angeles.... Read More

Coffee
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Though it’s often overshadowed by cities like Portland and Seattle, Denver’s coffee culture is just as buzz-worthy. From bike repair shops with serious espresso to sunny cafes where you can sit all day and daydream, here are four cafes that embody the best of Denver’s new coffee scene. 1. Novo... Read More

Beatrice and Woodsley in Denver, Colorado
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While Colorado has long been celebrated for its craft beers, other imbibing options in Denver are now inching their way into the spotlight. From brews and vino to mimosas and craft cocktails, here’s where to grab a drink in the Mile-High City. Infinite Monkey Theorem One of our favorite urban wineries... Read More

RiNo Art District mascot in Denver, Colorado
RiNo Art District mascot/Facebook.com/RiNoArtDistrict

Listen up, art lovers. Denver’s newest arts-focused neighborhood — the RiNo Art District, short for River North — is poised to please with art galleries, watering holes, restaurants, and indie boutiques. There’s even a gourmet hot-dog spot, wine and spirits boutique, and an artisan-coffee roaster’s café. Head to this... Read More

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After a relationship has tanked to the point of no return, there’s nothing quite like getting in the car — either by yourself or with a bestie or two — and taking your mind off everything on the open road. So queue up Tom Petty’s “Free Falling” and set... Read More

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Anjou Spa
Anjou Spa

In a trend imported from Europe’s great beer-producing countries, like the Czech Republic and Germany, spas around the U.S. have begun working craft brews into treatments like massages and body scrubs. No mere gimmick devised to lure in hopheads and pampering-averse manly men, beer-infused treatments are purported to impart... Read More

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The Condado Plaza Hilton in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Condado Plaza Hilton, San Juan

If you like double travel points (and who doesn’t?) there’s a new promotion running through May 31 that allows you to earn double points through a Hilton Hhonors program called Double Your Hhonors. You’ll earn double Hilton Hhonors points, or double miles or points through Hilton’s travel partners, which... Read More

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Last month, Hilton Worldwide announced its latest foray into the lifestyle category with Canopy by Hilton, a new concept from the international hotel behemoth that will localize the guest experience. Poised to open its first set of doors in 2015, we spoke with Gary Steffen, the brand’s global head... Read More

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iStock/Lake Tahoe in Autumn

Ready to drive? America in fall is marvel: cooler weather and colorful foliage spread across the northeast; comfortably sunny days are the norm from Vegas to Miami; and there’s perfect hiking weather in the west. Over the past few months, we’ve highlighted dozens of destinations that are perfect for... Read More

Downtown Denver Sign

If you think of Denver as a convenient gateway to an amazing mountain or nature trip, you’re right. For skiers and hikers, it’s the closest major city to such perennial favorites as Telluride, Aspen, and Breckernridge. But with breweries galore, a charming restaurant district, affordable hotels, and a mile-wide... Read More