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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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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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Rooftop space at Gansevoort Park Avenue
Rooftop/Gansevoort Park Avenue

What better way to kick off the summer travel season than with a getaway during Memorial Day weekend? That’s May 27-30, in case you’ve not been dreaming about it as much as we have. From escapes to the city to a lazy beach vacay, we’ve rounded up 12 hotels for... Read More

Agritopia Photo Credit Visit Mesa
Visit Mesa

There’s nothing new about urban u-pick farms, dairies, and other agricultural attractions. In fact, we almost expect them in places like Portland and Denver, where cities sprawl into vast farmland. But in the last five years, massive farming operations have also started cropping up in dense metropolises, like New York City, where you’d be hard-pressed to find a... Read More

Chef Marc Forgione
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Marc Forgione could use a vacation. But not for the reason you might think. Though the Michelin Star chef and partner at LDV Hospitality is certainly busy — he just opened his second New York outpost of American Cut and is already planning to open another, in Atlanta — Forgione says travel is crucial to his creative process.... Read More

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Guestroom at The Marker in San Francisco, California
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If you’re pining for a late spring or early summer trip, we have good news: May and early June are still considered shoulder season in many destinations — meaning there are plenty of travel deals to be had. Whether you’re into the desert, the beach, or the city, here are seven hotel deals that are perfect... Read More

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Peekskill New York train station
Peekskill New York train station/Flickr/Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Fifty miles north of New York City, in the picturesque Hudson Valley, the small city of Peekskill is waiting to charm your socks off. The town’s population of 24,000 is growing quickly, as it continues to woo recovering workaholics looking to leave the Big Apple. But, lucky for city... Read More

Marmara Park Avenue Murphy Bed Room
Murphy Bed at the Marmara Park Avenue/Laura Motta

You have to love New York City’s creative take on efficiency, especially in its hotels. First, there was the bunk bed movement, made cool by hotels like the Wythe and the Ace. Then, there was the upgrade — the new Room Mate Grace Hotel, where plush fixtures, like ornate wallpaper... Read More

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Lobby of Hilton New Orleans St. Charles in Louisiana
Lobby of Hilton New Orleans St. Charles/Connie Hum

Travelers are increasingly on the hunt for unique, one-of-a-kind vacations. A growing number of global brands — ones that rely on recognition of comfort, consistency, and stability — are responding to this interest by enhancing the overall experience. No longer thought of as just a place to sleep and... Read More

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White Elephant Village
White Elephant Village

This year, break out of the mimosa-and-pancakes Mother’s Day routine and take your mom on an adventure she’ll never forget. We’ve done the planning — you just need to do the packing. 1. The Chatwal Hotel (New York City, NY) Why: For an unforgettable Mother’s Day, check in to this neo-Georgian Stanford White-designed... Read More

Nightly Show Set/Laura Motta
Nightly Show Set/Laura Motta

We’ve told you how you can see TV show tapings in NYC and Los Angeles. Now, a Manhattan hotel is making it even easier for you to be part of a live studio audience. If you stay at one of the two New York City Pod Hotels, you can... Read More

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Seashore Sleepover at Kelp Forest Exhibit at Monterey Bay Aquarium in California
Seashore Sleepover at Kelp Forest Exhibit/Monterey Bay Aquarium

Picture yourself spying on a herd of sleeping elephants or waking up next to giraffes enjoying breakfast. No, you’re not on an exotic safari, but you are spending the night at the zoo. From California to Connecticut, here are five zoos and aquariums where you can have a sleepover with lions, zebras... Read More

La Chine Chinese Restaurant the Waldorf Astoria in NYC
La Chine/Waldorf Astoria

New York City’s iconic Waldorf Astoria made headlines in 2014 when it was sold for nearly $2 billion to a Chinese insurance firm. Since then, it’s been business as usual at the hotel, which continues to look and feel like the grande dame of Manhattan’s Park Avenue. But amidst... Read More

Hotel Indigo
Lobby/Hotel Indigo LES

Hotel lobbies have come a long way in recent years. From perfunctory places to check-in and check-out to happening hangouts where guests can eat, drink, and mingle. The Ace New York and the London Edition are two notable hotels that have put a premium on socializing in the lobby.... Read More