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On September 23, museums across the country will open their doors for Museum Day Live! – and it’s all totally free. Led by the Smithsonian, which is gratis to visitors every day, this is the perfect opportunity for exploring museums you haven’t been to — or maybe just seeing... Read More

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New York, New York, Times Square
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You go to Times Square for the spectacle — for flashing lights, larger-than-life screens, and frenetic energy. And with the addition of three new attractions this fall, there’s going to be even more reason to visit (or re-visit) the ever-evolving, LED heart of New York City. Here’s the scoop... Read More

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London, England, The Collective Old Oak Common
The Collective Old Oak Common

Sure, you can stay in a hotel for your next vacation. A luxury hostel will do just fine, too, if you’d like to travel in style without breaking the bank. But if you want even more value when you travel, consider staying in a co-living space. Built with digital nomads... Read More

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Public Hotel NYC Review
Public Hotel NYC

Helping you find the best value lodging experiences around the world, from budget to luxury and everything in between. It’s no small feat, opening the hottest New York City hotel of the year. Ian Schrager’s Public Hotel, situated in a gleaming new skyscraper on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, might... Read More

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Paris, France, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome, Presidential Suite
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome/Presidential Suite

Private elevators, butler service, secret passages, and more space than most single-family homes—the world’s most over-the-top luxury suites pull out all the stops, with amenities that’ll make your jaw drop. But, they don’t come cheap. From several hundred to several thousand dollars per night, these once-in-a-lifetime stays will cost... Read More

Room at The Williamsburg Hotel
Room at The Williamsburg Hotel

Helping you find the best value lodging experiences around the world, from budget to luxury and everything in between. New York City’s Williamsburg neighborhood — just across the bridge in Brooklyn — is in the midst of a hotel boom. One of the newest properties on the scene is... Read More

New York, The Maritime Hotel, lobby
The Maritime Hotel/Annie Schlechter

Two trendy New York hotels are offering a deal that gets you to both city and sand for less this summer. For a starting rate of $1,100 at double occupancy, you can spend two weekend nights in Manhattan’s West Village at The Maritime Hotel and two weekday nights in Montauk... Read More

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ARRIVE Palm Springs by Arielle Vey
ARRIVE Palm Springs by Arielle Vey

Gone are the days when only a few major hotel chains dominated the landscape — and booking a hotel meant choosing between a high style, high priced hotel and a boring, bland, budget chain. More and more boutique brands have entered the market, and legacy brands like Marriott and... Read More

Theater Onboard the Crystal Serenity/Crystal Cruises
Theater onboard the Crystal Serenity/Crystal Cruises

A cruise is a great place to see a Broadway show. Norwegian offers a top-notch version of After Midnight, while Royal Caribbean prides itself on its full-length, and possibly better-than-Broadway-caliber production of Mamma Mia. The luxury cruise lines, however, haven’t gotten on the Broadway bandwagon as quickly. They... Read More

New York, 230 Fifth, rooftop bars
230 Fifth

When warm weather rolls around, there are few better ways to take in skyline views of New York than at one of the city’s buzzy rooftop bars. And while they don’t usually come cheap (you can easily kiss $17 goodbye on one cocktail), there are ways to feel like... Read More

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Last week’s 2017 James Beard Foundation Awards ceremony honored the best of the best in the American food and beverage industry. The list features some of the biggest names in hospitality who have proven — through their skill and passion for service and food — they truly are at... Read More

New York, Central Park, spring
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Ah, spring in New York. It’s time to emerge from hibernation and savor the mild weather before the oppressive summer heat sets in. If you really want to embrace this season in the Big Apple, you don’t have to spend a fortune. Here are six activities — all under... Read More

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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

New York City, Broadway
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There are unspoken rules you should follow in New York City: never board an empty Subway car on a full train, stand to the right on the escalator, and never pay full price for Broadway tickets. Sure, it might mean arriving early and standing in line, but the odds... Read More

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Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines

Spring savings alert! Alaska Airlines is giving us the perfect excuse to book a trip just as the trees are starting to turn green again. With one-way flights as low as $44, this sale lets you save on flights from major cities across the US. This deal ends February... Read More