Articles tagged with: luxury hotels
Maui is one of the main islands that continues to attract multitudes of visitors to Hawaii year round. With white sandy beaches, towering palm trees, cool breezes and dazzling natural scenery, it’s easy to see …
While Dubai has been called “the shopping capital of the Middle East”, another one of its main attractions is its luxury hotels. If you’re going to visit Dubai, then you might as well do it …
Seattle is the shining star of the Northwest. With stunning natural scenery, trendsetting culture, and a tasty food scene, no wonder this progressive destination is known as the “Emerald City.”
Located at the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the crescent-shaped chocolate brown and gold Wynn resort houses 2,716 rooms in its 50-foot tower. An artificial 87-foot mountain landscaped with pine trees and flowering …
San Diego has some of the country’s best beaches, but if you’re more of a city dweller, there’s a lot to discover downtown. Consider Balboa Park and its museums, trendy restaurants in the Gaslamp Quarter and the East Village, the quaint streets of Little Italy where you can sample pasta and gelato before heading to Sea World, or the world famous San Diego Zoo. Whatever your bag, San Diego has activities galore to fill it, with numerous fantastic hotel options right in the heart of the action.
Like all major cities, San Francisco has no shortage of chain hotels, especially given its popularity as a convention destination. However, the city also has a host of boutique hotels that make for comfortable, distinct and memorable stays in the city by the Bay.
Hilton has embarked upon an ambitious reimagining of the traditional airport hotel. Rather than catering exclusively to business travelers, Hilton has rebranded three of its unique airport properties with the leisure traveler in mind.
More hotels around the world are implementing green practices, building with environmentally friendly methods, and getting LEED certified. And more travelers are actively looking for such accommodations when they travel. Here is a look at ten eco-friendly hotels around the world that are getting it right.
There are very few resorts in The United States that truly offer a vacation experience that families have literally been enjoying for generations. Since it opened in June 1918, The Broadmoor has hosted U.S. Presidents, countless government officials and foreign dignitaries, hundreds of celebrities and professional athletes, not to mention some of the most elite business leaders and prominent families from across America and from around the world.
To a frequent traveler, it often seems as if the concept of the boutique, designer hotel has become so prolific and overdone that it’s hardly a special distinction anymore. The Hotel Lucia in downtown Portland, however, stands out from the crowd in a big way. It achieves a delicate balance between chic metropolitan style and comfy, hometown lodgings, never crossing the line that sends thoughtful, conceptual design into forced hipness, or gracious service into pretentious stuffiness.