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AAA Five Diamond resort with 5 restaurants and lounges, 6 pools, its own beach, golf courses, and a full slate of entertainment
This 5-star, AAA Five Diamond resort stands out like an oasis in the middle of the desert: it has six pools, a lagoon, and 65 manicured acres of desert plants, water fountains, and fire pits. Within the resort’s extravagant complex, guests will find towering water slides, relaxing poolside cabanas, traditional Spanish-inspired architecture, and modern amenities. This confluence of luxury and fun has helped earn the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess a Five Diamond rating from AAA since 1991.
Scottsdale once served as ranch land where farmers grew oranges and lemons and cowboys kicked up dust in the fierce, dry heat of the Sonoran Desert. That era earned Scottsdale the nickname of "The West’s Most Western Town." Today, it is an affluent city landscaped with lush green grass and lined with stucco mansions. For a glimpse of the city’s Old West roots, head to Old Town Scottsdale, where wooden boardwalks and hitching posts sit in front of a retro ice-cream parlor and rustic specialty shops.
Upon arriving in Scottsdale, you know you’re in the desert—cacti and tumbleweeds dot the landscape, and dry shrubs and gnarled trees cover the McDowell Mountains in the distance. To get a closer look at Southwestern flora, head to the Desert Botanical Garden. There, themed trails wind past huge cacti and other moisture-hoarding succulents, best seen in the cooler early morning or twilight hours.
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Located just steps from the beach and iconic pier, this four-star pet-friendly hotel is steeped in the surfing culture of Huntington Beach
At 4-star Kimpton Shorebreak Resort, portraits of surfers decorate the guest rooms and photos of waves dominate the lobby. It’s no surprise that the ocean inspires much of the decor at Shorebreak, called a “surfer’s haven” by Fodor’s. Just steps from the hotel, Huntington Beach beckons surfers to tackle some of the Pacific Ocean’s gnarliest waves. Ask the surf ambassador at the entrance, who’s there to help you get your feet wet and point you in the direction of relaxation and adventure. There’s also an entire storage area just for your surfboard, too.
Huntington Beach has more than earned its title as Surf City, USA. It hosts the annual US Open of Surfing, the Beach Boys name-dropped it in their song "Surfin’ Safari," and eager surfers come from miles away to paddle into the Pacific. The average temperature in Huntington Beach is a near-perfect 67 degrees all year, and the sun is almost always shining. In addition to the beach, you can explore the iconic Huntington Beach Pier. Rent a fishing pole to angle for halibut and sea bass (you don’t need a license), or buy a T-shirt at the pier’s souvenir stand. Stroll around downtown Huntington Beach to take in the laid-back surf-town atmosphere and pick up a pair of flip-flops—they’re standard footwear here.
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4-Star Coastal California Hotel
All-glass skyscraper hotel featuring iconic panoramic views of the city skyline coupled with European-style accommodations and services
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A 45-story triangular pillar designed by renowned local architect, Harry Weese, this top-secret hotel beams into the Chicago sky, glimmering against the waters of Lake Michigan and the Chicago River below. The all-glass hotel stands as a gateway to stunning panoramic views from Navy Pier to Millennium Park, showcasing the famed culture and entertainment of downtown Chicago accompanied by the elegant, personalized top-quality service of a luxury city stay.
On Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, landmark skyscrapers such as the John Hancock Center and the Wrigley Building tower over the city’s liveliest retail corridor. In total, this stretch of high-end real estate houses some 460 stores, ranging from exclusive designers such as Armani and Chanel to beloved brands including Apple, American Girl, and Gap. Double-decker buses and horse-drawn carriages circle the Chicago Water Tower, a limestone icon that survived the Great Chicago Fire, and droves of shoppers navigate eight levels of boutiques and cafés at the nearby Water Tower Place.
Lake Shore Drive runs two blocks east of Michigan Avenue. Travel + Leisure calls this stretch "the greatest architecture road on earth" thanks to the superstar skyscrapers lined up along the lakefront. Looming above them all, of course, is the Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower)—the second-tallest building in the country. Runners and cyclists travel the adjoining Lakefront Trail throughout the year. A mile and a half north, crowds gather at North Avenue Beach during the summer to people watch, play volleyball, and listen to live music at beachfront bars. You can get to the beach (and practically anywhere else in the city) using Chicago’s extensive public transportation system.
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Luxurious 4-star hotel, located less than a mile from the Strip, has a 100,000 sq. ft. casino, themed restaurants, and live entertainment.
The first thing you might notice about this 4-star top-secret hotel is its over-the-top themed decor. The 100,000-square-foot casino, for example, has the feel of a ball. You can dine in restaurants that range from a casual bar and grill to a themed steakhouse that overlooks Las Vegas from the 50th floor.
With an almost unlimited variety of casinos, bars, and live entertainment, the general consensus along the Las Vegas Strip seems to be "go big or go home." And you can go really big here. Make a beeline for the dozens of 24-hour casinos lining the neon-lit Strip to tango with Lady Luck in high-stakes games of roulette, blackjack, and poker. Be sure to stick around for mealtimes—casinos on the Strip are known for their fine-dining restaurants.
Even Sin City isn’t all casinos, all the time. Go shopping at the high-end boutiques found inside most hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Head to LINQ Promenade for a shopping and dining experience, then ride atop the High Roller observation wheel. Thanks to the strip’s re-creation of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas and the Roman Empire at Caesars Palace, you can virtually travel the globe in just a few city blocks. And you’ll find a surprising number of activities in Las Vegas for kids hidden amid the raucous nightlife.
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Located near downtown Morristown, 4-star historic hotel invites guests to enjoy its amenities which include heated pool and a fitness center
Conveniently located near downtown Morristown, The Westin Governor Morris invites guests to enjoy its 4-star amenities. Here, the historic elegance merges together with a freshly-renovated modern interior. Visitors can explore the local area to later unwind by the heated pool, or boost the stamina at the hotel’s fitness center.
4-Star Morristown Historic Hotel
South Lake Tahoe hotel within walking distance of the waterfront, casinos, and Heavenly Village
Big Pines Mountain House of Tahoe is close to many of South Lake Tahoe’s top attractions. The Shops at Heavenly Village and a mountainside gondola are just a 4-minute walk away, and a beach with private access is just an 11-minute stroll in the opposite direction. The hotel is also within a 10-minute walk of casinos and a 10-minute drive from the slopes at Heavenly Mountain Resort.
Lake Tahoe has no real off-season; people find ways to make use of its pristine water, beaches, and mountains all year long. In the summer, the lake’s clear, freshwater surface—which straddles the California-Nevada border—is dotted with swimmers, boaters, and jet skiers. Several ski resorts typically stay open from November to April, and Emerald Bay State Park is accessible year-round. A moderately easy hike to the base of Lower Eagle Falls reveals breathtaking views of the waterfalls crashing down from above.
Spectators gather at night for South Lake Tahoe’s events, which range from wine and food festivals to rock concerts and fireworks displays. A few miles northwest of South Lake Tahoe sits Stateline, Nevada, where a handful of casinos host high-stakes games of blackjack and solitaire.
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Surrounded by over 400 wineries and vineyards, this historic hotel features an oyster bar and restaurant and an onsite tasting room
Historic charm and contemporary comfort combine at Hotel Petaluma, Ascend Hotel Collection. Built in 1923, the boutique hotel has maintained its splendor throughout the years. That includes the hotel’s original chandeliers that cascade over the wood-paneled fireplace, and a baby grand piano that welcomes guests into the lobby for a stay in California’s wine country.
The Sonoma Valley, located about an hour north of San Francisco, is best known for its wine. The mild climate here allows winemakers to grow cool-weather varietals such as pinot noir and chardonnay. But the valley has a varied landscape; some areas are prime for growing hot-weather vines, too.
The 17 miles of country roads that connect the sleepy hamlet of Kenwood to the Carneros appellation lead to more than 40 boutique wineries, most small and family owned. Many are tucked amid oak forests and wildflower meadows. Compared to its neighbor Napa Valley (about 15 miles away), Sonoma feels a little more relaxed and remote: the wineries here are generally more secluded from one another than those in Napa, and tasting rooms tend to be less crowded.
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All-suite hotel in the New Orleans Warehouse District, within walking distance of the French Quarter and the river bank
From this Warehouse District hotel, you can get to a lot of popular New Orleans attractions on foot. Head about 19 minutes northeast to eat Café Du Monde’s famous beignets along the riverfront, or stroll 10 minutes southwest to visit the National WWII Museum. Walk about 15 minutes north of the hotel to sip milk punch and hand grenades in the French Quarter.
In the 1960s, many of the historic neighborhoods of the Central Business District were torn down to make way for high-rise office buildings and parking lots. Had a preservationist group not intervened, the neighborhood would have looked a lot different today. They not only salvaged many of the neighborhood’s 19th- and 20th- century buildings, but also much of its character. Today, you can see some of this character at historic Lafayette Square, which hosts free concerts and movies.
If you’re in the mood for some shopping, head to The Shops at Canal Place, a massive indoor shopping complex along the Mississippi River. From here, you can easily walk to Harrah’s, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, and other attractions along the riverfront or take the St. Charles streetcar past antebellum mansions and southern live oaks en route to the Garden District to the south.
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Hotel near the French Quarter
This large Wyndham is located in the center of Philadelphia’s Historic District, within walking distance of the Liberty Bell
The Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District couldn’t be more convenient for those looking to explore the venerable city of Philadelphia. This large, upscale hotel is located in the very center of Philadelphia’s Historic District, within walking distance of the Liberty Bell and the Betsy Ross House, where Betsy Ross is said to have stitched the first American flag.
Splish splash: The hotel’s rooftop pool is open seasonally.
The historic Center City neighborhood, also known as downtown Philadelphia, dates back to the city’s founding in 1682. Today, Center City is Philadelphia’s central business district, with several skyscrapers and high-profile museums. The neighborhood is also home to Independence National Historical Park, whose high concentration of notable landmarks makes it America’s most historic square mile. While you’re here, visit Independence Hall—the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution—or head to the Liberty Bell Center to see the approximately 2,000-pound bell.
The shops of Historic Antique Row are less than a mile from here. The small, locally-owned shops stock everything from oriental rugs to vintage clothing. Head about 15 minutes northwest to scale the famous steps outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where Rocky Balboa once pumped his fists victoriously. Inside, the massive museum’s holdings range from ancient Chinese art to famous paintings by Claude Monet, Salvador Dalí, and Vincent van Gogh.
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Upscale elegant hotel with multiple restaurants and flat-screen TV; drinks and late check-out included
The Padre Hotel can be a good choice for those who value elegance. Recently renovated, the interior combines history-inspired elements with modern accents. In their rooms, guests can catch some sleep on beds with down feather bedding as well as enjoy amenities like a flat-screen TV and iPod docking stations.
Bakersfield is a mid-sized town city located north of Los Angeles, on the on the Kern River. Visitors who happen to be history enthusiasts are in for a treat, as the city boasts the Kern County Museum as well as the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History & Science. Those who like spending time outdoors can head to the Park at River Walk or go on a bike ride at the Kern River Parkway Trail to watch the races.
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Stay near the Las Vegas strip while taking advantage of accommodations with on-site restaurants, two pools, and a 34,000 sq. ft. casino
Visit the Strip without being on the Strip. Just a mere one block away, the OYO Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas has just about anything you’d like from a trip to Vegas: on-site restaurants, comfortable rooms, and gambling. This hotel is perfectly situated for those wanting easy access to all things Vegas while having a cozy oasis to return to.
Our dedicated COVID-19 task force has developed a multi-pronged approach to ensuring a safe, clean, and inviting environment. You can feel confident that Your Room is Your Room. No hotel personnel will enter your room during your stay without your permission. OYO is close to the action, yet far from the crowds.
With an almost unlimited variety of casinos, bars and nightclubs, and live entertainment, the general consensus along the Las Vegas Strip seems to be "go big or go home." And you can go really big here. Make a beeline for the dozens of 24-hour casinos lining the neon-lit Strip to tango with Lady Luck in high-stakes games of roulette, blackjack, and poker. Be sure to stick around for mealtimes—casinos on the Strip are known for their fine-dining restaurants and extravagant buffets overflowing with crab legs and prime rib.
Even Sin City isn’t all casinos, all the time. Go shopping at the high-end boutiques found inside most hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, or head to Fashion Show Las Vegas to browse racks at Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue. You can also virtually travel the globe in just a few city blocks, thanks to the Strip’s re-creation of the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower, and Venetian canals. And you’ll find a surprising number of activities in Las Vegas for kids hidden amid the raucous nightlife.
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This chic 4-star top-secret hotel in San Francisco’s Financial District features award-winning concierge staff and chic furnishing.
This 4-star top-secret luxury hotel is filled with chic touches, such as a golden spiral staircase. Many of the guest rooms provide views of either the bay or San Francisco’s urban landscape. They’re outfitted with the midcentury decor, wall coverings with topographical maps of the region, and modern amenities such as flat-screen televisions.
From its cafés serving especially strong espresso to its bakeries selling cannoli and focaccia, North Beach has held to its Italian heritage since fishers from Genoa immigrated to the area more than a century ago. Sandwiched between Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf, North Beach centers on Washington Square park, which abuts the Saints Peter and Paul Church. To find the epicenter of the neighborhood’s noticeable beatnik influence, walk about three blocks south to City Lights Bookstore. The independent bookstore and publisher has remained a symbol of San Francisco’s literary scene and progressive politics since the 1950s, when it was a hangout of Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.
To the east is Telegraph Hill, a primarily residential enclave with one of the city’s most popular vistas. From Washington Square, head east and keep climbing up. At the top, you’ll reach Coit Tower, a 210-foot monument that many have described as resembling a giant fire-hose nozzle (though that was not the designer’s intent). Take the elevator to the tower’s observation deck to be rewarded with panoramic views including the Golden Gate Bridge to the west, Alcatraz Island to the north, and the San Francisco skyline to the south.
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4-Star San Francisco Hotel
Conveniently located on the strip, the hotel features a casino, five restaurants, an outdoor seasonal pool, and multiple bars
The Top Secret hotel is right at home amid the glitz of the Las Vegas Strip. The resort has its own casino, which buzzes with activity 24 hours a day—try your luck on one of the machines and over 80 table games.
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Las Vegas Casino Resort
4-star boutique adults-only hotel and spa with uniquely-designed guest rooms, onsite restaurant, and outdoor pool area with private cabanas
Balancing a chic desert motif of crisp white and sandy pink accents alongside gothic-shaped decorative mirrors with contrasted trippy black-and-white patterns repeating across the entirety of the walls and furniture, the newly opened Sands Hotel & Spa harnesses the satisfaction of well-designed spaces to enchant guests. The property’s aesthetic charm was crafted by designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard. Each of the 46 guest rooms is uniquely decorated with custom furnishings, so no two are exactly alike.
Palm Desert shares the desert landscape and resort atmosphere of nearby Palm Springs. Palm Desert’s El Paseo is known as the Rodeo Drive of the desert for its art galleries and high-end retailers such as Gucci and Ralph Lauren.
Palm Desert is also a gateway to Joshua Tree National Park, located about 40 miles away. The desert park is famous for its unusual geologic formations and mountains of twisted rock and is home to wildlife including desert bighorn sheep and golden eagles. Wildlife sightings are guaranteed at The Living Desert, a zoo, botanical garden, and animal hospital in Palm Desert. As guests stroll through geographical regions, they see flora and fauna indigenous to that area, which can include giraffes or jaguars.
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4-Star Palm Desert Hotel
Spacious one-bedroom condos near San Jacinto Peak at a resort with private balconies or terraces, a tennis court, and heated outdoor pool
When naturalist John Muir climbed San Jacinto Peak, he called the view “the most sublime spectacle to be found anywhere on this earth.” Nowadays, it’s much easier to see what Muir saw—every day, the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway takes tourists up the steep escarpment to the mountain’s summit. You can also reach the peak via a series of scenic trails. Located about 15 minutes from the tramway, Marquis Villas Resort has dramatic mountain views of its own and is within easy reach of the area’s natural attractions.
Palm Springs is an oasis of outdoor recreation and old Hollywood glamour about 100 miles east of Los Angeles. Once the stomping grounds of Elvis Presley and the Rat Pack, the town still attracts A-list vacationers. Strolls through the Movie Colony take visitors past the former homes of Dean Martin, Bob Hope and Marilyn Monroe. Furniture and clothing boutiques along Palm Canyon Drive embrace Palm Springs’ trademark aesthetic—what might be called Mad Men West.
The sun shines more than 300 days a year in Palm Springs, which means people can golf or hike in the nearby Agua Caliente Indian Canyons no matter the season. On the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, cars rotate 360 degrees as they carry passengers to Mount San Jacinto’s Mountain Station, located 8,516 feet above sea level. About 40 miles northeast is Joshua Tree National Park, which spans parts of the Colorado and Mojave Deserts. The 12 nature trails give hikers the chance to see desert bighorn sheep and black-tailed jackrabbits.
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1950s meets modern—guests enjoy Palm Springs at a hotel complete with a pool, fresh cooking onsite, and spa treatments
Sparrows Lodge in Palm Springs allows guests to travel back in time with modern amenities. Originally built by MGM actor Don Castle in 1952 as Castle’s Red Barn, the hotel has been restored with modern updates like rain showers, but stays true to its roots with no phones or TVs in the rooms. Step away from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life and enjoy some of the lodge’s amenities such as:
Palm Springs is an oasis of outdoor recreation and old Hollywood glamour about 100 miles east of Los Angeles. Once the stomping grounds of Elvis Presley and the Rat Pack, the town still attracts A-list vacationers. Strolls through the Movie Colony take visitors past the former homes of Dean Martin, Bob Hope, and Marilyn Monroe. Furniture and clothing boutiques along Palm Canyon Drive embrace Palm Springs’ trademark aesthetic—what might be called Mad Men West.
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Off-the-Strip hotel close to outdoor activities; family-friendly amenities including a game room, pools and barbecue area
Desert Paradise Resort is set amid the rugged mountains north of the Las Vegas Strip. Because the hotel is only a short drive from Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street, guests are close enough to sample the glitz and excitement of Sin City or withdraw to enjoy some peace and quiet away from the clamor of the casinos.
It can feel like the entire city of Las Vegas revolves around the Strip if you never venture beyond that neon-lit corridor. But there’s plenty to see and do once you step off Las Vegas Boulevard. You can find a taste of Old Vegas on Fremont Street, where vintage signs and showgirls crowned with headdresses recall the days of Sinatra and Martin. Beginning at dusk, a canopy of more than 12 million LED lights erupts in a psychedelic light-and-music show every hour. For an aerial view, zoom down the center of Fremont Street on a zipline.
Nature puts on its own show at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, a landscape of fiery-red sandstone formations and limestone cliffs just 17 miles outside the city. Motor down the 13-mile scenic drive or ditch the car and strike out on any of more than 20 hiking trails that course through the region’s otherworldly topography.
Strict social distancing measures have been placed and the property encourages guests to remain at least six feet from other groups when using an amenity, such as the pool, spas, fitness center and business center.
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Take your family to a lodge decked out with year-round holiday cheer; attractions include indoor and outdoor pools, hot tub, and restaurant
It feels like it’s Christmastime at Santa’s Lodge, no matter what the calendar says. Inside the lobby, a 37-foot-high vaulted ceiling—hand-hewn from the timbers of a 19th-century barn that once stood on the property—soars over festive decorations, including Christmas trees, Santa Claus statues, a horse-drawn sleigh, and two stories worth of antiques. A stay at Santa’s Lodge is the perfect way to get in the holiday spirit all year long.
According to local legend, the early settlers of present-day Santa Claus had a problem: every time they agreed upon a name for the town, they’d discover it was already taken. In fact, the small community was known as the "nameless town" until Christmas Eve of 1852. On that wintry night, the villagers were debating names in a log-cabin church, when a gust of wind blew open the door. The unmistakable sound of sleigh bells could be heard over the falling snow. The children cried out, "Santa Claus!" and the town finally had a name. Each December, the Santa Claus Post Office is flooded with hundreds of thousands of letters addressed to ol’ St. Nick. Each letter received by December 21 receives a reply.
Naturally, the town—which is Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler’s hometown—is a magnet for all things Christmas. Built in the mid-1930s as part of a now-defunct holiday theme park, Santa’s Candy Castle remains a local landmark. Here you can buy gourmet candy canes, hot chocolate, and other handmade confections. Pop into the Santa Claus Museum to learn more about the history of the town through documents, photos, and artifacts.
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The hotel near Washington’s coast features spacious rooms, some with kitchenettes
There are many US cities named Westport: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and California all have one. But Westport, Washington, is truest to its name – it really is the country’s westernmost port. Situated on a small peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and scenic Grays Harbor, the town is a natural choice for boating and watersports. Chateau Westport is located just 2 miles south of the port, making it a convenient launching pad for fishing trips, whale-watching tours, and long walks along miles of coastline.
The docks of Westport bustle with the activity of commercial and chartered fishing vessels and boats coming in from whale-watching excursions. You can head to the marina’s observation tower for a bird’s-eye view of the boats bobbing in Grays Harbor, Half Moon Bay, and North and South Bays. The marina district is also home to a number of small coffee shops and artisan boutiques.
Herons and cormorants make their seasonal homes in the state wildlife preserves surrounding Westport, and bald eagles are often seen gliding over the beach. Down the coast, surfers catch waves year-round; to join them, you can rent gear from one of the small shops nearby.
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Hotel near Pacific Ocean