Hotel


 flickr/Dave Sizer
Seattle skyline/flickr/Dave Sizer

The rise of Seattle’s tech industry (Microsoft, Amazon, and Nintendo are based there) and the power of local corporate giants Starbucks and Boeing, have combined to put the rainy, Northwest city on the map. From nearby lakes and forests, to renowned art galleries and live music — and even the recent legalization... Read More

Search For Best Flight Deals

Search For Best Hotel Deals

Search For Best Vacation Deals

Search For Best Cruise Deals

Posted in:
Pool area at Miramonte Resort in Indian Wells, California
Pool area/Facebook.com/MiramonteResort

Once school is back in session, hotel rates drop at most vacation destinations, providing savings that are worthy of a midweek getaway or long-weekend trip. Whether your idea of relaxing is by a pool in the California desert or getting a new passport stamp, here are five deals under $150 to swoon over... Read More

Posted in:
Backstage Hotel Amsterdam
Backstage Hotel Amsterdam/Facebook

Music is striking a chord in the lodging industry — from the open mic nights at Hotel RL to in-room record players at The Redbury in Miami. But that’s only the beginning. For the music-obsessed, these seven hotels will make you feel like you’re with the band. Jaz in the City Jaz in the City, which opened in late... Read More

Junior suite at The Court in New York City
Junior suite at The Court/St Giles

Thanks to a more saturated hotel market, room rates in New York City are becoming more affordable; and with St Giles Hotels’ Suite Summer offer, prices for spacious accommodations are dipping even lower. Valid for stays through September 5, the promotion offers suites from $201 at The Court and from $274 at The Tuscany; daily breakfast is also included. Use promo code... Read More

Posted in:
Anantara Golden Triangle/Karen Gardiner
Anantara Golden Triangle/Karen Gardiner

Given the elephant’s association with royalty and Buddhism, and its historical role in battle and industry, anyone who has visited Thailand will be familiar with the Kingdom’s reverence for these gentle giants. Yet despite the strong bond between Thai people and their national animal, the situation of elephants in Thailand is... Read More

Kimmel Center, Philadelphia
Kimmel Center/iStock

From the signing of the Declaration to hosting this year’s Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia has played, and continues to play, a pivotal role in U.S. history — visible in its cobblestoned streets and historic architecture. But with a wave of new renovations, Philly is blending its past and present to make the former feel as relevant as ever. Whether... Read More

Studio at Q&A Residential Hotel in New York City
Studio/Q&A Residential Hotel

An influx of extended-stay apartments has arrived in New York City — and they’ve never looked this good. Larger than your average hotel room, they feature perks like a full kitchen with modern appliances, making it easy for a quick breakfast, to chill a bottle of wine, or stow... Read More

Posted in:
 Facebook/The Reach
Facebook/The Reach

The temperature is rising — that means it’s time to break out your bathing suit. Whether you’re after picturesque views or ultimate seclusion, these hotel pools across the U.S. will inspire almost every type of traveler. For Outdoor Enthusiasts: St. Regis Deer Valley in Park City, UT Surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains, the St. Regis Deer... Read More

 Chicago Athletic Association
Courtesy Chicago Athletic Association

If the logo of the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel looks familiar, there’s a good reason. The hotel, which opened in May 2015 in an 1893 Victorian Gothic building, was originally home to an athletic club for men. One of its earliest members, William Wrigley, appropriated the logo for his baseball team, the Chicago Cubs. When... Read More

Posted in:
 Yeiser Art Center, Paducah
Courtesy Yeiser Art Center, Paducah

America is so vast, it’s easy to fill your bucket list with big-name destinations, like New Orleans and San Francisco, and never tap into smaller cities that pack just as much culture. Whether it’s a burgeoning arts scene or a host of new, award-winning eateries, these six cities —... Read More

Guestroom at Second Home Peru in Lima
Guestroom/Second Home Peru

Lima’s reputation as a food city is well established. There are three Lima restaurants on the 2016 The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, and the city holds its own on Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants as well. But where can you stay after you’ve eaten in this top gastronomic city? These three boutique hotels... Read More

Posted in:
Bath/Karen Gardiner
Bath/Karen Gardiner

Though long-famed for its exquisite Georgian architecture, historic sites, and Jane Austen connection, the English city of Bath (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) for a long time lacked the very thing that made it famous back in its Roman days. Access to the city’s naturally occurring (and purportedly healing)... Read More

Posted in:
The library at Canoe Bay in Chetek, Wisconsin
Library/Facebook.com/CanoeBay

For traveling bookworms, a vacation can present one of three dilemmas: You forgot your book at home, you hate the one you’ve brought, or you zipped through a lovely read in the first two days and have nothing left for the rest of your trip. That’s when hotel libraries save the day. A good one may house hundreds — even thousands... Read More

Posted in:
 Cairo/flickr/Ben Snooks
Cairo/flickr/Ben Snooks

The number of tourists visiting Egypt is down 41 percent from last year, reaching the lowest it’s been since 2005. With smaller crowds, Egypt is more affordable than ever. If you feel comfortable making the trip, this might be the optimal time to experience the land of pharaohs and pyramids, and enjoy the glorious sunshine and extraordinary Nile. A morning... Read More

Posted in:
Courtesy
Sextantio Le Grotte

We all have our favorite places to visit when we go vacation; but for those looking to experience something magical and truly unique, here are seven hotels and resorts that even photos don’t do justice. Sextantio Le Grotte: Matera, Italy Located in the hilltop village of Matera in the southern Italian region... Read More