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Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

If you’re looking to splurge beyond candy or roses this Mother’s Day, (quickly approaching on May 14), snag one of these last-minute getaways. Ranging from a spa day to an Italian countryside getaway, we’ve compiled a list to fit various budgets and timeframes, but all of these offer good... Read More

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Angkor Wat
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Siem Reap is best known for being the gateway to the area’s 12th century temple complex. Visitors come here for a deep dive into history, and with good reason — it’s a bucket-list-worthy site. But there are more reasons to visit — from chic hotels to an impressive dining... Read More

Roman Colosseum/iStock
Roman Colosseum/iStock

It’s the ultimate first-time Europe itinerary — jetting between London, Paris, and Rome in a single trip. These cities are packed with sites, they’re easy to navigate, and they offer a rich introduction to the continent. This trip is a must-do for any traveler, and it can be accomplished... Read More

Superior Room/C.O.Q. Hotel
Superior Room/C.O.Q. Hotel

Helping you find the best value lodging experiences around the world, from budget to luxury and everything in between. Paris’s hotel scene is nothing if not varied. You can stay in a 5-star suite at the Ritz, or a cozy Montmartre apartment, or a houseboat on the Seine, and... Read More

Temple Bar in Dublin
Katie Hammel

Dublin, the capital and largest city in Ireland, is the starting point for most visitors to the Emerald Isle. The home of Guinness, the birthplace and muse of dozens of history’s greatest writers, and one of Europe’s great cities, it’s well worth staying a few days before or after... Read More

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Hotel San Cristóbal Punta Lobos, Todos Santos, Baja Mexico
Bunkhouse Hotel San Cristóbal Punta Lobos

The small Mexican beach town of Todos Santos on the Baja peninsula is considered a “Pueblo Magico” — an official designation for historic and particularly beautiful Mexican towns — for a reason. Framed by the Pacific and the Sierra de la Laguna mountains, it has great surf, hiking trails... Read More

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Hewing Hotel, Minneapolis

If you’re looking for one of Minneapolis’s most buzzworthy, fastest evolving neighborhoods, look no further than the North Loop, which is sometimes referred to as the Warehouse District. Chockablock with turn-of-the-century brick buildings, this is where you’ll find the city’s newest and chicest shops, an evolving selection of restaurants... Read More

RL Hotel Brooklyn
RL Hotel Brooklyn

Staying in New York City isn’t cheap. But if you’re willing to expand your hotel search to the outer boroughs, you could find more affordable prices — and cooler vibes. Case in point: Hotel RL, a new hotel by Red Lion, is opening in the heart of the Bed-Stuy neighborhood... Read More

Exterior of The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana
The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana

Cuba is arguably the hottest destination for travelers right now, but there’s a catch: lodging. From shabby-yet-expensive government-owned hotels to unattractive hostels, the country’s accommodation situation hasn’t caught up to the demand for tourism. Perhaps it’s why airlines such as American and Jet Blue have scaled back service to... Read More

The Standard Miami Beach
The Standard Miami Beach The Standard Miami Beach

Have time to kill between a cruise and your flight home? Simply looking to relax by a pool without spending the night at a resort? With a purchase of a day pass, you can do so at many Miami hotels and resorts. We only found one resort in Fort... Read More

Lobby at the Astor Hotel
Astor Hotel

South Beach’s reputation as Florida’s glitzy playground for the well-to-do is spot-on. But it’s easy to visit (and have fun!) without spending a lot. From free movies, music, and museums to easy-on-the-wallet restaurants and hotels, here are some inexpensive ways to enjoy this sunny, sexy city. Getting Around Skip the rental... Read More

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JW Marriott, Grand Rapids
JW Marriott, Grand Rapids

Luxury and Grand Rapids may not seem like an obvious pair. But Michigan’s Second City offers upscale accommodation, an emerging fine dining scene, and cultural attractions that you would expect from a much larger city — all at much more affordable prices. Here, a quick guide to a Grand... Read More

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The Grove Resort & Spa
The Grove Resort & Spa

Heading to Disney World for Spring Break? Worthwhile hotel deals can be hard to find, but we found one we think is pretty — dare we say — magical. If you’re traveling between March 10 and April 6 and book a one-bedroom suite at soon-to-open Grove Resort & Spa, you’ll... Read More

Loews Sapphire Falls Resort guestroom in Orlando, Florida
Guestroom at Loews Sapphire Falls Resort/Universal Orlando Resort

You’ve blown the budget on park hopper passes and now you’re in need of a place to stay. No sweat — Orlando is the prime destination for budget hotels that deliver high-end amenities without the sticker shock. Leading as the top tourist destination in the country, this city has... Read More

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Fireplace at the Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort
Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort

A roaring fire in the fireplace, snow gently falling outside your window, and somewhere in the distance, sounds of laughter drift from a nearby ice skating pond. There’s nothing quite like a winter wonderland getaway, and the United States is filled with exceptionally beautiful places to escape when the... Read More