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Royal Caribbean, Symphony of the Seas
Symphony of the Seas

When Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Symphony of the Seas, launches in April of 2018, it will be the largest cruise ship in the world. Just how big is it? Definitely larger than some small cities, carrying a whopping 6,780 passengers in 2,775 staterooms — that’s 28 more rooms than the... Read More

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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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Tierra Santa Healing House in Miami Beach, Florida
Tierra Santa Healing House/Connie Hum

Miami Beach has long been a popular travel destination due to its stretch of white sandy beaches and electrifying nightlife. Plus, it’s home to a renown art and architecture scene, particularly during Art Basel, the world-class international art fair held each December. Now, more than ever, visitors can enjoy... Read More

 Nobu Hotel Miami Beach/Ken Hayden
Nobu Hotel Miami Beach/Ken Hayden

In September, the Nobu Hotel opened at the historic Eden Roc Miami Beach. The Eden Roc’s transformation into a luxury resort included an extensive multi-million dollar renovation and landmark restoration. The new Nobu Hotel Eden Roc is also the latest addition in the growing Nobu Hotel collection, which includes Nobu... 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

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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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

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athom’s MV Adonia/Carnival Corporation & plc 

As far as cruise deals go, this is one for the ages: the Fathom Adonia is offering fares as low as $199 a night right now. True, the voluntourism-focused Adonia has gotten some bad press of late — most recently, a power outage onboard — and this may be what’s driving prices down... Read More

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 Sirena / Courtesy of Oceania Cruises
Sirena/Oceania Cruises

Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip. The MV Adonia, operated by Carnival Corporation’s Fathom brand, sailed from Miami to Havana this week making history as the first ship to travel the route in decades. The 704 passengers... Read More

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Dr. Birute Mary Galdikas & Orangutans/Orangutan Foundation International

Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip. Silversea‘s passengers will no doubt go ape over renowned scientist and conservationist Biruté Mary Galdikas, who is lecturing on the 120-passenger Silver Discoverer in October. Galdikas is famous for her... Read More

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An urban king room at EAST Miami in Florida
Urban king room/EAST Miami

In Beijing and Hong Kong, there exists a positive-minded business hotel brand — “one with a life” as their tagline boasts — where guest rooms are stylish and comfortable, the mascot is a dinosaur, and a rooftop bar lures the weary road warrior out for some fun. Now, East... Read More

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Miami/iStock

When it’s time to plan a family vacation, most parents automatically think of theme parks and water slides — but there are plenty of alternatives. From discovering dinosaur fossils to taking a swim in a geothermal spring, here are some destinations that are surprisingly fit for kids and families. Miami Miami may... Read More

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Nautilus Cabana Club Pool
Nautilus Cabana Club Pool/Adrian Gaut for SIXTY Hotels

Another Art Deco gem has been reborn in South Beach. The Nautilus Hotel first opened in the 1950s as a glamorous creation of Miami’s famous Art Deco architect, Morris Lapidus (he also worked his magic on the Fontainebleau and the Eden Roc). But in November 2015, after a few... Read More

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Pitbull at the Escape Inaugural Ceremony/Kristen Boatright for ShermansCruise

How long has humankind been celebrating the launch of new ships? Oh, since about the third millennium, B.C. The ancient Greeks, Romans, Babylonians, Vikings, and Ottomans all launched their ships with feasts, blessings from the gods, and — yep — the occasional animal sacrifice. Today’s biggest cruise ships are still... Read More