North America

Hotels like Museums

Around the world, luxury hotels have become more than just a place to lay your head at night. With unique amenities such as complimentary Porsche, in-room shopping sprees with a ...

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Serenity is the key of ...

Spas can be found the world over. From mountaintop getaways to beach side bungalows, serenity is key to these escapes from the everyday. While many have similar treatment accommodations, these eight ...

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The history within the walls ...

Whether you’re an opera fan, an avid admirer of historical architecture or just someone who appreciates beauty, there are few buildings more lovely than the opera houses found all over the world. ...

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Theaters located inside your hotel

Sure, when you’re on vacation, going to see a movie may not sound like your ideal activity. But when the theaters are located inside your hotel, that’s a whole different ...

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5 hotels to celebrate the ...

This year marks the 47th anniversary of Earth Day, a 24-hour period dedicated to spreading awareness of environmental concerns and how we can work to create more sustainable environments. For ...

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Walking trails to discover wonderful ...

Wandering along wooded trails, fording rivers and stumbling onto untouched natural wonders, that’s what travel means to the millions who lace up their hiking boots and put their feet to ...

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Great places to explore in ...

Global events have a lot to do with where people choose to take their vacations. Because vacations are a limited time for relaxing and leaving the stress behind you, it ...

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Former prisons now luxury hotels

Where you were once only allowed one phone call, a sandwich and a rock hard bunk bed, you’re now pampered with concierge service, decadent dishes and the coziest of accommodations. ...

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Finding a place for a ...

More often than not, the notion of a family reunion trip is more appealing than the reality of it. Finding a place that appeals to everyone, is relatively easy to ...

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Getting a closer look of ...

In 1912, the world’s largest ship embarked on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City. Four days later, the Titanic sank into the Atlantic Ocean two hours ...

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