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 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

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 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

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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

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The library at Canoe Bay in Chetek, Wisconsin
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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

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 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

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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

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Guestroom at The Belamar in California
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The beach is a huge draw for a late-summer vacation or a quiet retreat after school’s back in session. Fortunately, deals are in abundance for August and September escapes, given that the summer rush is over. From Hawaii to Tobago — and many spots in between — here are six places... Read More

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 21c Museum Hotels
21c Museum Hotels

Hotel trends come and go, but the good ones set new industry standards. Here are some we hope stand the test of time. Cool Hotels for the B-List New hotel brands with a unique beat are focusing their attention on the country’s medium-tier cities. Graduate Hotels’ college-themed properties are popping up... Read More

Chris Leamy
Chris Leamy/Shervin Lainez

Every New Yorker seems to have an opinion on the best local place to eat, shop, and party — and no matter who you ask, you’ll likely get a different answer. With almost unlimited options for all of the above, it can be overwhelming to plan…especially if you want an authentic... Read More

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Ace Hotel New Orleans in Louisiana
Ace Hotel New Orleans/Fran Parente

Your summer vacation plans are about to get a whole lot more stylish and fun. Funky, design-forward brand Ace Hotel is offering up to 30 percent off stays through September (dates vary by location) at seven of its properties with the Summer at Ace deal. The special ends on May... Read More

Clement Hotel guest suite in California
Clement Hotel guest suite/Katie Hammel

Luxury can mean a lot of different things. At the Clement Hotel in Palo Alto it means never having to sign for a charge, pull out a credit card, or leave a tip. The Clement is all-inclusive, and they do mean “all.” Meals and drinks are included, whether you... Read More

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Super 8 king room in Owasso, Oklahoma
King room in Owasso, OK/Super 8

Say goodbye to floral bedspreads, bland carpet, and dated over-the-bed artwork at Super 8. The budget hotel chain is in the midst of renovations that will freshen up and modernize its 1,800 North American properties by the end of this year — a move similar to one made in 2015... Read More

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 Amman/flickr/Edgardo W. Olivera
Amman/flickr/Edgardo W. Olivera

Amman was originally built on seven hills; today, it sprawls across 19 knolls, densely populated by four million inhabitants and a patchwork of sandstone buildings — the inspiration for its moniker, the “White City.” A traditional Middle Eastern metropolis, Amman’s labyrinthine-like downtown district is home to several of the city’s main sights, including a Roman amphitheater; The... Read More

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Casa Palopó in Guatemala
Casa Palopó/Al Argueta

Summer ushers in a season full of road trips, mountain hikes, lazing around the pool, beachfront lounging, and international jet-setting. To make sure you get to do all of those things, consider these seven travel offers for July and August. From $119: Elevation Hotel and Spa (Crested Butte, CO) Crested Butte... Read More