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The four-star waterfront inn features panoramic views, a full-service spa, and two restaurants
There are panoramic views of Pleasant Bay and the Atlantic Ocean from nearly everywhere in this four-star inn, which sits on 25 acres of waterfront property at the southern end of the cape. With tennis courts, a 24-hour fitness center, and plenty of nearby outdoor activities, there’s never a shortage of things to do.
In the late 19th century, Cape Cod blossomed into a summer vacation destination as visitors swapped crowded coastal cities for the sandy shores of eastern Massachusetts. Today, the arm-shaped peninsula, located 60 miles south of Boston, encompasses 15 idyllic towns, rolling dunes, and 300 miles of sandy shoreline—and it’s still the place where many East Coasters choose to spend their leisurely summer days. Popular attractions include fresh-seafood restaurants, quaint stores, and bicycle trails, such as the 11-mile Shining Sea Bikeway that wends from North Falmouth to Woods Hole.
On the uppermost tip of the Cape, the free-spirited art colony of Provincetown attracts visitors year-round. This is one of the best places to head for a vibrant nightlife scene—there are cabarets, bars, and lounges aplenty. Pop into the Provincetown Art Association and Museum to check out local artwork, both historical and contemporary.
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Take in views of Lake Superior as you sip a craft cocktail at the top-floor lounge of this historic hotel in downtown Marquette
Opened in 1930 as the Northland Hotel, the property now known as the Landmark Inn was a staple in downtown Marquette for some 30 years. Amelia Earhart and Louis Armstrong were among the guests during its heyday. Today, the Landmark Inn has been thoughtfully restored with rich furnishings and fresh amenities.
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Featuring free breakfast and an outdoor pool, this Evansville hotel is minutes away from the downtown waterfront and university
Nestled near the shops, dining, and entertainment of downtown Evansville sits Howard Johnson by Wyndham Evansville East, where guests can enjoy comfortable accommodations and modern amenities in the river town. Just 11 miles away from the University of Southern Indiana, this hotel positions guests near downtown’s Ohio River waterfront, offering idyllic views of surrounding nature amidst the lively, eccentric town.
Evansville lies along the banks of the Ohio River as it snakes its way along the Indiana-Kentucky border. You can admire the gently flowing water as you stroll the city’s riverfront walkway, located just west of downtown. This is also where you’ll find some of the best attractions in town, including the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science and the Tropicana Evansville Casino, which has a gaming floor with penny slots and more than 40 table games. A bit farther down the river is the USS LST Ship Memorial. Take a tour of its decks and galleys that date back to WWII.
From May to September, you can watch the Evansville Otters play at Bosse Field. The baseball team is part of the Frontier League, a popular independent league serving parts of West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio. If you’re visiting during summer, you should also check out Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden and Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve, an old-growth forest crisscrossed with 6 miles of nature trails.
Evansville Hotel near Downtown
Hotel located close to business headquarters offers complimentary breakfast, WiFi access, a fitness center, and a pool
Located off of 1-94, the hotel’s location makes it a great stop for business travelers. Nearby guests can find the headquarters of many companies, including Irgens, Hydrite, and the Corridor. Those looking for some entertainment are in luck as well, as the Milwaukee County Zoo and the Wisconsin State Fairground are just a short drive from the hotel.
Located along Lake Michigan, about 90 miles north of Chicago, Milwaukee is a proudly unpretentious city with working-class roots. The city has been synonymous with brewing since the mid-1800s, when Miller, Pabst, and Schlitz dominated the landscape. Visit the Flemish-style Pabst Mansion, beer baron Frederick Pabst’s 1890 estate, to see just how profitable the beer business was. Today there’s a new microbrew-inspired scene, with smaller brewers such as Lakefront Brewery opening their doors to the public.
There are also noticeable cultural undercurrents in Milwaukee. Set along the downtown lakefront, the Milwaukee Art Museum is beloved for its futuristic, sailboat-like architecture by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Inside, you can browse 30,000 works of art, ranging from 15th-century antiques to Georgia O’Keeffe paintings. Just south of the museum, the Milwaukee RiverWalk runs alongside the river for 3 miles, taking you through the Historic Third Ward, where antique shops and art galleries fill century-old warehouses. Drop by the Milwaukee Public Market here to sample local cheeses, baked goods, and other culinary delights.
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Hotel with upscale dining, indoor and outdoor pools, and a fitness center on the Niagara River, close to Buffalo and Niagara Falls
Set on the country’s largest freshwater island, this hotel is just downstream from Niagara Falls, right beside the mighty Niagara River. It’s only a 20-minute drive from Buffalo and a stone’s throw from four major points of access to Canada. Naturally, most guests come to see the sheer force of Mother Nature at Niagara Falls, a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
Guest-room amenities: private balconies, coffeemakers, cable TV, complimentary WiFi.
Located on the Niagara River, roughly midway between Buffalo and Niagara Falls, Grand Island has worn a number of hats over the past four decades. Formerly a lumber town and resort area, the island is now a tranquil place to stay close to the falls without getting caught up in the tourist scene.
Just down the river, Niagara Falls is best known for its views, but also boasts an assortment of fine-dining restaurants, shops, and casinos. At Seneca Niagara Casino, more than 4,200 reel-spinning and video slot machines are sprawled out across the game room; many are linked to a progressive jackpot that increases after each round. Operated by members of the Seneca Nation, the casino also features more than 100 table games, including blackjack and three variations of poker, as well as an events center with live music shows.
Hotel near Niagara Falls
This large manor sits on five private acres and features a three-course gourmet breakfast and a restaurant
There’s nothing like a good porch. Tucked into the heart of Poconos, Brookview Manor Inn welcomes visitors with a 1,060-square-foot wraparound porch with an enormous swing and rocking chairs. Gaze out at the surrounding trees and Brodhead Creek, then venture out to explore the grounds.
The Poconos region of northeastern Pennsylvania accounts for some 2,400 square miles of mountains, lakes, waterfalls, and forests. The area has been a popular vacation destination ever since Pennsylvania Quakers opened a hotel here on the Delaware River in 1829. Today, the Poconos draw more than 25 million annual visitors, thanks to year-round recreational opportunities and stunning natural scenery.
The warmer months are a great time to explore the region’s lakes and wooded hills. For spectacular hikes, check out Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, where you can trek to dramatic waterfalls or follow a 27-mile section of the historic Appalachian Trail. A handful of little towns full of antique shops and galleries nestle in the mountains, too. You’ll find boutique wine galleries and historical mansions tucked away on country roads, including the late 19th-century Asa Packer Mansion, which is open for tours, in the borough of Jim Thorpe.
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