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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

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Lucille's
Lucille’s

Calling all foodies: Through April 10, Houston chefs and restaurateurs are coming together to host Black Restaurant Week — the city’s first culinary event created to exclusively support and honor black restaurants and chefs. In the last five years, Houston’s culinary scene has received an increasing amount of buzz, and some... Read More

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Facebook Woodstock Inn Station
Facebook / Woodstock Inn & Station

Ale trails and beer passport programs combine two things we love: travel and frosty, cold pints. But, there are only so many breweries you can (or should) visit in a day. So, where do you overnight on a beer-inspired adventure? A brewery, of course! More and more breweries now offer... Read More

Atrium II Jade Pavilion
Hilton Anatole/Atrium II Jade Pavilion

It’s true: Everything really is bigger in Texas. The sprawling Hilton Anatole has more than 600,000 square feet of event space (indoors and out), a jogging track, 11 ballrooms, eight restaurants and bars, 79 meeting rooms, and a seven-acre sculpture garden. The real standout, though, is arguably its unbelievable art... Read More

Neighbor’s Kitchen & Yard, bastrop, texas
neighborstx.com

Established by the Spanish in 1806, Bastrop, Texas is a picturesque town nestled on the banks of the Colorado River. Located about 34 miles southeast of Austin, it offers laidback vibes and loads of small town flavor. Beyond its abundance of historic homes and storefronts dating to the 1800s... Read More

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Boerne, Texas
Boerne, Texas/visitboerne.org

The Texas Hill Country is a favorite getaway for good reason: gorgeous outdoors, great food, elegant B&Bs, and local charm. But there’s far more to see and do than the same frequently mentioned cities. Consider this your primer to the Texas Hill Country that tourists haven’t yet discovered. Getting There The... Read More

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The Shops at Columbus Circle in New York City
The Shops at Columbus Circle/Flickr/Jim Pennucci

In the market for the right gift for that special someone? These are to best malls to seek out. From super-sized to high-end, they have something for everyone on your shopping list — plus an opportunity for you to get a dose of holiday cheer. Mall of America (Bloomington, MN) The... Read More

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A guestroom at Chicago's Palmer House Hilton
Guestroom/Facebook.com/PalmerHouseHilton

There’s no doubt that the holiday season is a magical time, but who really has the budget to spring for a getaway right before the end-of-year gift-giving bonanza? We’ve uncovered nine hotels and resorts around the country that are offering significant savings for stays leading up to Christmas — all less than $200... Read More

Main Street in Fredericksburg Texas
Main Street/Chris Litherland

There’s a picturesque German town tucked away in the most unlikely of places: Texas Hill Country. Founded in 1846, Fredericksburg is celebrated for its charming Main Street, which is lined with more than 150 antique shops and boutiques, as well as breweries, wineries, and loads of Deutsche-style flair. Unsurprisingly... Read More

Anvil Bar & Refuge/Visit Houston
Anvil Bar & Refuge/Visit Houston

Many people associate Houston with NASA, oil, and sprawl — but it also happens to have a serious food and cultural scene. The downtown area is developing into a hotspot for cocktails, noshing, and socializing; the museum district features world-renowned collections including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Menil Collection; and the zoo... Read More

Littlefield Lofts, Austin, Texas
Littlefield Lofts

Littlefield Lofts in hip Austin, Texas, reopened in July after a major facelift. That it’s on 6th Street means you can ditch the car and easily walk to funky bars and restaurants, plus the Museum of the Weird. The best part is that these are not just standard hotel... Read More

Mission Espada, San Antonio, Texas
Mission Espada/Cynthia J. Drake

Earlier this month, five Spanish missions in San Antonio were collectively designated a new UNESCO World Heritage Site. The great news isn’t altogether surprising; after all, it’s in this Texan city that millions flock to to see the 18th century Alamo. But there are a multitude of ways to... Read More

Galveston 1
Keith Hajovsky

Galveston Island is a unique coastal destination: An historic Victorian-era downtown surrounded by beaches that offer classic seaside fun. Whether you’re on a day trip from Houston or stopping over to or from a cruise, here’s how to make the most of it. ... Read More

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Bodysgallen Hall & Spa 2
Bodysgallen Hall & Spa

It’s not uncommon for hotels to have neatly manicured lawns and winding trails, but some hotel grounds are so grand that they’re essentially botanical gardens. Here, seven stunning estates that actually make you want to leave the room. ... Read More

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July 4 fireworks - washington dc
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Don’t let holiday prices keep you from traveling on Fourth of July weekend, which is spanning July 3-6 this year. Believe it or not, we’ve found fantastic deals across the country, even in the big cities. Whether your passion is arts and culture or the beach, we’ve got a bargain for... Read More