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 St. Pancras Clock Tower Guest Suite/Courtesy Airbnb
St. Pancras Clock Tower Guest Suite/Courtesy Airbnb

There’s something to be said about immersing oneself in a local culture, and while many hotels strive to integrate, few can match the authenticity of a home stay. With Airbnb, Homestay, VRBO, and a host of other sites making it easy for owners to rent their abodes to wanderers... Read More

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 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel/Facebook/Nick Atwood
1000 Islands Harbor Hotel/Facebook/Nick Atwood

Though filmmakers favor New York City as the setting for love stories, the smaller towns outside the city — despite their lack of airtime — can be just as, if not more, romantic. Charming Victorian homes, vast forests, and winding rivers throughout New York state offer boundless opportunities for relaxation, adventure, and inspiration with your other half. Easily accessible from... Read More

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 The Americano Restaurant at the Hotel Vitale in San Francisco, CA
The Americano Restaurant at the Hotel Vitale in San Francisco, CA

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, it’s rare and exciting when a hotel offers breakfast that goes beyond wet scrambled eggs and mini pastries. These 10 hotel breakfasts will inspire you to get down to the dining room early or to splurge on room service. Archer Hotel, Austin, TX When the Archer Austin hotel opens in September, it will... Read More

 Bayview Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites
Bayview Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites

San Diego is amid a hotel boom. After a long hiatus from construction, the city’s established accommodations are getting fresh faces, and there are more new hotels slated to open in the next two years than have opened in the last eight. Downtown alone will get 10 new properties — including a 400-room InterContinental on the waterfront, Marriott’s millennial-focused Moxy Hotel, and... Read More

Guestroom at Grand Pigalle in Paris, France
Guestroom/Grand Pigalle

With more than 1,500 hotels in Paris, it’s a tedious task to find the right fit. For those looking to steer clear of tourist traps and cookie-cutter chains, Grand Pigalle is a warm welcome to the City of Light’s hotel landscape. We recently checked into this boutique Parisian property to find out what makes it so unique. What’s... Read More

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 Courtesy The Watergate Hotel
Courtesy The Watergate Hotel

When a new leader enters the White House this fall many Americans will flock to Washington, D.C. to check out the vibe under President number forty-five. Let a little presidential pizzazz rub off by staying at one of these hotels with political pasts and presents. Stand on the roof of the Hay-Adams Hotel, which overlooks... Read More

 Fremont Street 1958/The Mob Museum Facebook/courtesy of Vintage Las Vegas
Fremont Street, 1958/The Mob Museum Facebook/courtesy of Vintage Las Vegas

These days, everything in Las Vegas seems shiny and new. For every building that’s knocked down, a luxury property rises from its ashes. Luckily, there’s still some old-school charm left in Sin City, where a few institutions still stand and traces of the Rat Pack linger. Head to Downtown Vegas, where a handful of... Read More

Embassy Row Hotel lobby in Washington, DC
Embassy Row Hotel lobby/Christine Dayao

Looking for a last-minute Labor Day getaway? (And can you say that three times fast?) We’ve rounded up some of the best hotel deals from September 2-5 so you can say au revoir to the summer in style. Orlando: Grab your mouse ears and spend the weekend at Buena Vista Palace... Read More

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 Breathless Cabo San Lucas
Breathless Cabo San Lucas

If the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words “all inclusive” is tacky tropical decor, colored wristbands, or kids screaming at the pool, then the new Breathless Cabo San Lucas will be a breath of fresh air. The resort opened last December with a more elevated traveler in mind —... Read More

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King room at Circa 39 Hotel in Miami, Florida
King room/Circa 39 Hotel

As the summer winds down, we’re looking forward to what fall travel brings — especially shoulder season, which is what drives down room rates in October and November. It’s at this time that most people are re-settling into their normal routines and waiting until after the winter holidays for their... Read More

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Geraldine Tso Artist Room/Courtesy Nativo Lodge
Geraldine Tso Artist Room/Courtesy Nativo Lodge

The rise of the art hotel has been one of the biggest, and most pleasing, trends over the past few years. More and more hotels are taking in-room artwork to the next level: from the 21c hybrid hotel/contemporary art museum chain, to artist-in-residence programming, and even a specially commissioned... Read More

Hotel Hermosa in Los Angeles, California
The Yard/Hotel Hermosa

Trendy boutique hotels in Los Angeles can be pricey: Rooms at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica or The Beverly Hills Hotel, for example, go as high as $700 this fall. The good news is that more affordable, non-chain options exist just outside the city — meaning you won’t spend your vacation... Read More

Rooftop at the Ace Hotel New Orelans
Rooftop at the Ace Hotel New Orelans

It seems right that New Orleans should have its own Ace Hotel. The trailblazing hotel chain, with its youthful sense of energy and style, seems like the perfect choice for one of America’s most vibrant, and quickly evolving destinations. The property, which opened in the spring of 2016, makes... Read More

Eau Palm Beach
Eau Palm Beach

Is there any beach destination in the U.S. with more of a luxury pedigree than Palm Beach? A vacation destination for business magnates since the turn of the 20th century, its shores are fringed with opulent mansions, golf courses, and 5-star resorts. One of those resorts, Eau Palm Beach... Read More

 Koen Smilde
Koen Smilde

Though its winding canals and quaint façades are steeped in historic charm, Amsterdam has recently begun a notable push toward more modernity. New museums strengthen assert a new focus on contemporary arts, of-the-moment chefs bring fresh flavors to the table, and even those iconic canals are now being approached from new directions (locavore cruises, anyone?).... Read More