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Lodge with an indoor pool and spa minutes from mountain recreation at Brian Head Resort
This family-friendly lodge rests in the foothills of Brian Head Peak, part of the Dixie National Forest, where blue spruces and ponderosa pines line the hiking trails. The hotel’s day spa offers holistic therapies inspired by this mountain setting. Minutes away, you’ll find Brian Head Resort, a popular mountain resort with mountain biking and zip-lining opportunities in warmer months and skiing in the wintertime.
One of the United States’ highest towns, Brian Head is nestled amid southwest Utah’s sprawling pine trees and sweeping mountain ranges. The tiny town has a population that hovers around 100, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in natural splendor. At 11,000 feet, Brian Head Resort draws skiers and snowboarders in the winter and mountain bikers in the summer. You might even find a relatively easy hike to the summit, where you can see mountains in Nevada and Arizona. Perhaps the best view here is of Utah’s Red Rocks—miles of cliffs and canyons that cut a striking crimson figure against the horizon.
From Brian Head, you’re within easy driving distance of several national parks and monuments. One of the most famous is Cedar Breaks National Monument, where ancient rock formations create a natural amphitheater. Colorful limestone spires, hoodoos, and crags characterize this landscape, which is home to yellow-bellied marmots, western big-eared bats, mountain lions, and other exotic wildlife. Less than a two-hour drive south, Zion National Park makes for a great day trip. Its 2,000-foot sandstone walls command immediate attention, but the park also encompasses pine groves, wildflowers, and porous rock formations, where natural waters nurture sprawling greenery.
Covid-19 Safety Guidelines for Amenities:
The resort requires all guest who plan on using the pool, fitness center, game room, and spa to call and make a reservation prior to keep capacity at a minimum. Resort is are also implementing the 6 feet social distancing in areas throughout the resort.
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Situated along the San Antonio Riverwalk, this 4-star hotel features a riverside restaurant and heated rooftop pool
Perched along the quiet and quaint end of San Antonio’s infamous Riverwalk sits The Westin Riverwalk, San Antonio, where colonial charm and modern comfort combine to provide an elegant retreat in south-central Texas. Featuring riverfront dining, a heated rooftop pool, and a fitness center, this 4-star hotel positions guests amidst the historic architecture, culture, and entertainment the city is known for.
In the late 1920s, architect Robert H. H. Hugman designed an urban park around the San Antonio River. He envisioned a space that would be the American version of Venice, where people could shop and dine along the waterfront. The original section, a 2.5-mile riverwalk running through downtown, was completed in 1941. It’s been a vital artery in the heart of San Antonio ever since; so vital, in fact, that the city added two extensions in the 2000s—Museum Reach and Mission Reach—that elongated the riverwalk to 15 miles total.
Located one story below street level, the downtown section of the riverwalk bustles day and night. Stone pathways on either side of the river wind past waterfalls and public art installations on their way to restaurants, boutiques, and lively cantinas that stay open well into the night. Downtown San Antonio is also where you’ll find the Alamo. The historic mission-turned-fortress is one of the most visited tourist sites in the state, thanks to the 1836 battle that made it a symbol of Texas independence. Admission is free for all ages.
City-View King Room and Riverside Two-Double Room
City-View Two-Double Room and Riverside Two-Double Room
4-Star Hotel on Riverwalk
New York hotel near Broadway features on-site dining and a fitness center; walking tour and daily breakfast for two or four is included
Hyatt Herald Square New York is located on the 31st Street, between Broadway and 5th Avenue, which makes it an ideal landing spot for a New York adventure. Modern, urban guest rooms welcome visitors with a plethora of amenities like large TVs, plush bathrobes, Pharmacopia Natural products, and more. Local transit options are nearby, making it easy to get around the city.
Though it’s a stone’s throw from top attractions such as Central Park, Broadway, and Radio City Music Hall, Midtown West can feel a little grittier and less developed than some of the surrounding NYC neighborhoods. Stretching roughly from 59th to 29th Street and the Hudson River to 8th Avenue (though some say it continues as far east as Madison Avenue), Midtown West lacks the chain restaurants of Times Square and the large department stores of 5th Avenue. Instead, you can find neighborhood markets, cafes, and walk-up row houses.
Midtown West is also known as Hell’s Kitchen, a nod to the numerous restaurants that serve everything from Asian street food to fine French cuisine. The neighborhood’s eateries and bars are especially concentrated along 9th and 10th Avenues, and it’s easy to walk between them all.
New York Hotel with Walking Tour
Located less than 10 miles from downtown Cincinnati, this hotel amazes its guests with chef-curated fare and intriguing works of art
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Deluxe Double-Queen Room
From unique, thought-provoking artworks to the chef-curated fine dining experience, The Summit Hotel never ceases to engage, inspire, and spark one’s creativity. Here, guests can discover and commune with Cincinnati’s contemporary art in every corner during their revelatory journey from day-to-day to remarkable while ambling through distinguished restaurants, library, and event spaces.
Cincinnati is positioned in the southwest corner of the state near the Kentucky border and on the banks of the Ohio River. Cincinnati grew rapidly as a port city in the early 19th century, when it was crowded with steamboats and riverboats; today, it’s still possible to ride an old-fashioned riverboat to scope out the city’s skyline.
Farther downtown, Fountain Square sits in the nucleus of Cincinnati’s cultural attractions. Walk one direction and you’ll find Cincinnati Museum Center, which is housed in a historical train station and features a popular exhibit on Pompeii, the ancient Italian city where many residents were preserved in volcanic ash. It’s also worthwhile to visit one of many nearby chili parlors to try out the city’s famous recipe, a sauce-like version that typically includes seasonings such as cinnamon and cloves.
4-Star Cincinnati Hotel
Bedford hotel with free WiFi and breakfast; about 21 miles from both downtown Dallas
The Super 8 gives guests a comfortable spot to rest up when visiting the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Rooms come outfitted with microwaves and mini fridges as well as free WiFi. The hotel’s free breakfast helps kick-start mornings with options such as waffles and yogurt. Check out other hotel features:
Though some know Dallas only for the massive AT&T Stadium (which is actually in Arlington), the city is also an enclave of arts and nature, overflowing with botanical gardens, art galleries, and live theater. Historic Main Street connects many of the city’s recently rejuvenated urban districts, as well as the popular Main Street Garden, a block-long public park surrounded by architecturally significant buildings.
A short walk from downtown Dallas, you’ll find horse-drawn carriages clopping along brick streets in the city’s historic West End district, which dates back to the 19th century. This part of the city also contains Dealey Plaza, where President Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. At The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, housed in the former Texas School Book Depository, you can visit the spot where Lee Harvey Oswald is believed to have shot at Kennedy’s presidential motorcade.
Hotel near Dallas–Fort Worth
Upscale hotel located near Bourbon Street and French Quarter, with a fitness center and complimentary WiFi
New Orleans offers a plethora of attractions, and Hotel Vinache’s convenient location gives its guests a chance to experience them. Visitors can take a short walk to the French Quarter, see a show at the Orpheum Theater, or visit the Museum of Death to learn more about history. After a busy day, guests can relax in their spacious rooms with calming décor.
“Stop thinking of New Orleans as the worst-organized city in the United States,” writes author Dan Baum in Nine Lives, his post-Katrina book. “Start thinking of it as the best-organized city in the Caribbean.” Some folks think there is something distinctly foreign about New Orleans, a place where people’s priorities seem inclined toward enjoying life and relishing the moment at hand. Nothing says it better than the town’s unofficial Cajun creed: "Laissez les bons temps rouler," or “Let the good times roll.”
Historical buildings with intricate wrought-iron balconies line the narrow streets of New Orleans’s French Quarter. Here, street musicians often fill the air with jazz music, their trombones and tubas swinging back and forth. Just off the Jackson Square park and near the towering St. Louis Cathedral, the legendary Café Du Monde serves beignets under heaping piles of powdered sugar. The nearby Frenchmen Street, just north of the Quarter, provides a slightly less touristy taste of New Orleans nightlife. Some of the city’s most popular live jazz and blues bars dominate this historic two-block district, with each venue hosting world-class musicians nearly every night of the week. And then there’s Bourbon Street, where neon lights advertise frozen cocktails and crowds gather along 13 city blocks.
Upscale Hotel near Attractions
Hotel in suburban Houston has free perks including WiFi and hot breakfast, plus an indoor pool
Sleep Inn & Suites Stafford – Sugarland packs plenty of freebies into every stay. After enjoying the hotel’s free hot breakfast, you can use the free WiFi to plan a day trip to nearby Houston. And if you’re staying at the hotel a bit longer, you can keep your fitness routine at the onsite fitness room.
As the nation’s fourth-largest city by population, Houston has established itself as one of the Gulf Coast’s most thriving cultural hubs. The city’s museum district has 19 museums covering everything from history to art to science. For art lovers, the Menil Collection—which Frommer’s calls "one of the great private collections of the world"—is a must-see. Here, you’ll browse an array of 20th-century art from Jasper Johns, René Magritte, and Andy Warhol, as well as artifacts from Africa and the Pacific Islands.
You could also spend an entire day exploring Houston’s science institutions. When Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell famously stated, "Houston, we have a problem," he was talking to mission control at Space Center Houston. Here, visitors can tour the historic mission-control room and get a behind-the-scenes look at astronauts training for the International Space Station. Along Houston’s Hermann Park, The Health Museum exhibits a large-scale human body that you can enter to learn about how your organs operate.
Hotel in Suburban Houston
Newly remodeled hotel with free WiFi and continental breakfast; about 40 miles northwest of Chicago
The Baymont by Wyndham jump-starts mornings with daily continental breakfast. This free perk helps guests fuel up for exploring Chicago’s northern suburbs or the city itself.
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.
Hotel in Chicago Suburb
This convenient hotel near the Galleria Dallas mall offers Texas-size hospitality, plus high-def TVs and daily dining credit
At this hotel, a stylish restaurant and a sports bar celebrate the region’s culinary roots. The chefs at Tangerine Restaurant use fresh ingredients from local farms when prepping tender steaks and inventive organic salads, and the sports bar pours Texas craft beers.
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Texas Hill Country cottages with indoor and outdoor pools, fire pit, and a play area for kids; some units can host up to eight people
Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort lies amid 32 acres of grassy meadows nestled in the Texas Hill Country. There are numerous things to do at the resort—take a dip in the outdoor and heated indoor pool, relax in one of the hot tubs, or cook marshmallows beside the fire pit. The resort is also within an hour’s drive of Austin, San Antonio, and other Hill Country attractions.
A picturesque region of rolling hills and valleys covered in bluebonnets in spring, the area of central Texas known as Texas Hill Country has been compared to the landscape of Tuscany by the New York Times. Texas Hill Country is a backyard playground for nearby cities, as it lies just west of Austin and northwest of San Antonio. Urbanites often escape here for the weekend to enjoy the slower pace and beat the heat—the region’s slightly higher elevation means it’s often less humid. With many state parks and spring-fed rivers, the Hill Country is also a haven for outdoorsy types; activities range from fishing and tubing to rock climbing. The Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is popular thanks to its main attraction: a gigantic pink-granite dome in the middle of the park.
Texas Hill Country Cottages
Hotel with sleek modern design elements plus amenities like luxurious walk-in showers and a self-serve gourmet eatery
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While staying at this top-secret hotel in Broomfield, you’ll be within a ten-minute drive of popular entertainment and shopping centers, plus local breweries and distilleries like 4 Noses Brewing and Mad Rabbit. Back at the hotel, unwind with a dip in the heated indoor pool or with a hand-crafted cocktail in the lobby lounge.
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If you can tear your eyes away from Denver’s spectacular Rocky Mountains scenery, there’s a lot to see in the city. In the trendy Lower Downtown Historic District—LoDo to natives—you can stroll through the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver or mingle with the fashion-forward crowd filling the restaurants, boutiques, and nightclubs of Larimer Square. Downtown, the pedestrian-friendly 16th Street Mall has sidewalk cafés, skyscrapers, and plazas filled with street performers.
For an outdoor adventure inside city limits, make your way to City Park, which houses the Denver Zoo as well as the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The museum’s long-standing wildlife hall features more than 90 dioramas and taxidermal animals from around the world.
Modern Hotel near 1stBank Center