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Hotel near the San Antonio Airport welcomes guests with modern-day amenities, a complimentary breakfast, and an outdoor pool
San Antonio draws upward of 20 million visitors each year. Most come to see the Alamo and to stroll along the city’s 15-mile riverwalk. The downtown segment of the walk is by far the liveliest; its winding stone pathways lead to restaurants and cantinas, public art installations, and the massive Rivercenter Mall.
The Museum and Mission Reach extensions of the riverwalk—added more recently—connect you to the San Antonio Museum of Art and the city’s historic Spanish colonial missions, respectively. Families might want to venture beyond downtown to SeaWorld San Antonio and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, both located on the outskirts of the city.
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Just off the 635 Freeway and Dallas North Tollway, this hotel makes it easy to travel around Dallas; Galleria Dallas is across the street
Guests are poised to explore Dallas’ sprawling metropolis when they stay at the 2018-renovated Sheraton Dallas Hotel By The Galleria. It’s easy for visitors to hop on the 635 LBJ Freeway or the Dallas North Tollway to drive south to downtown Dallas, or west to Fort Worth. But there’s plenty of fun to be had within walking distance, too—Galleria Dallas is just across the street, where visitors can shop at Louis Vuitton, Aldo, American Girl Boutique, Nordstrom, and dozens of other stores.
Bring Fido: The hotel is pet-friendly (additional fees apply).
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.
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Stylish downtown LA hotel with a rich and long history offers its guests fine dining, unique decor, and high-quality in-room amenities
When Hotel Figueroa was first commissioned at the start of the 20th century as a safe and exclusive haven for professional women travelers such facilities were a rarity. Since then, the hotel has always stayed true to its tradition, being a stronghold for social progress and creativity. Recently restored with a design inspired by its initial 1926 Spanish Colonial grandeur, the hotel offers a safe urban oasis for anyone wishing to explore downtown LA.
Stroll past the skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles and you’ll see gleaming modern architecture, neon pagodas, and maybe even a celebrity or two. This 65-block district is incredibly diverse; its easy-to-navigate street grid is divided into multiple quarters, each of which enjoys a distinct cultural identity. In Little Tokyo, you can visit bakeries, shops, and restaurants reflecting the residents’ Japanese-American heritage. The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is also here; it houses a vast collection of abstract-expressionist, minimalist, pop, and conceptual work by the likes of Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg, and Mark Rothko.
The dining and nightlife scene mirrors the area’s diversity. You can find nearly any kind of food here, from Peruvian to Vietnamese to Persian. An opulent option is The Edison, an upscale bar built into a century-old power plant. Nearby, you can visit some of the city’s most popular entertainment venues, including the L.A. Live, which features 6 performance spaces, 19 restaurants, a cineplex, and the Grammy Museum. The Staples Center is right next door; depending on the season, you can watch the Lakers, Clippers, or Kings in action.
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Top-secret 3.5-star hotel in downtown Austin, within walking distance of 6th Street bars; hotel has a restaurant and an outdoor pool
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Set in downtown Austin’s Red River Cultural District, this top-secret hotel is within walking distance of bars and restaurants on 6th Street and beyond. What’s more relaxing than swimming in the hotel’s heated outdoor pool while admiring the sunset views of Downtown Austin?
Built in 1888, the pink-granite Texas Capitol building in Austin is the largest state capitol in the country and even taller than the US Capitol in Washington, DC—proof that everything is, indeed, bigger in Texas. Yet Austin stands apart from the rest of the state politically and culturally, a fact that locals seem to revel in. “Keep Austin Weird” is a popular motto here, appearing on bumper stickers and T-shirts. The weirdness manifests itself all over town, where you’ll find a death-metal-themed pizza place, a cathedral made of garbage, and the Museum of Natural & Artificial Ephemerata, which displays an 1893 World’s Fair stereograph and one of Marilyn Monroe’s cigarette butts.
Austin has been dubbed the Live Music Capital of the World thanks to the city’s nearly 200 venues, where bands play everything from blues to punk rock. In fact, Travel + Leisure magazine named Austin one of America’s Best Music Cities, calling it the “mother ship for indie rock and alternative-country types.” Stubb’s Bar-B-Q books some of the bigger acts that come to town, including Johnny Cash and Snoop Dogg.
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4-star hotel in Dallas offers chic, modern decor close to shopping and corporate offices, featuring a heated pool and fitness center
The hotel offers a convenient stay for both business travelers and avid shoppers. Guests stay in close proximity to upscale retail destinations as well as corporate headquarters. After a day of exploring Dallas, they can relax in the spacious rooms and order delivery from one of the many local restaurants.
Garland is about a 30-minute drive from downtown Dallas. 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. Locals come here to picnic on the expansive lawn or watch a movie under the moonlight in the summer and fall.
Joggers and bikers can zip through the fashionable Turtle Creek neighborhood, located about 4 miles west of downtown, via the Katy Trail, which follows an old interstate railroad. Back near downtown Dallas, the 277-acre Fair Park is the location of North America’s largest Ferris wheel and seven museums and four performing-arts centers, many of which are inside art-deco buildings built for the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition.
4-Star Boutique Dallas 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:
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The 4-star resort features gourmet restaurants, two pools with a waterfalls, and an award-winning 18-hole Troon Golf Course
Pools are currently open (social distancing required), however other services may be limited for the time being. For more details, please contact the hotel directly.
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A breathtaking mountain landscape is a backdrop to this 4-star resort, located in the heart of Phoenix. Guests can cool off in the outdoor pools, or tee off on an 18-hole golf course that has garnered praise from Golf Digest and Arizona Business Magazine.
Though the topography of the Phoenix area is all desert, it’s by no means desolate. Camelback Mountain is a city park area with scenic trails that wind past boulders and red-sandstone formations; climb to the very top for a view of the entire city. Or hit the themed trails at the Desert Botanical Garden filled with Southwestern flora such as huge sonoran cacti and other moisture-hoarding succulents. Either way, plan hikes in the early morning or twilight hours to catch the most stunning sunlit views and stay cool.
For an in-depth look at the cultures of Arizona’s indigenous population, browse the 12 exhibition galleries and sculpture garden at the Heard Museum. The collection’s nearly 40,000 pieces of art range from 500 Hopi katsina dolls to a full-size Pueblo oven. In nearby Scottsdale, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West was the renowned prairie-style architect’s winter home as well as a campus for his architecture school.
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Resort attracts guests with luxurious rooms, adventure and waterpark passes, spa, fitness center, arcade games, dining, bowling, and more
There’s never a boring moment at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions. The resort has it all: luxurious and comfortable hotel rooms with modern decor and amenities, high-quality dining, a pampering spa, plenty of shopping experiences, arcade games, and last but certainly not least America’s largest indoor waterpark. This is a place where friends bond, families thrive, and unforgettable memories are made.
Austin has been dubbed the Live Music Capital of the World thanks to the city’s nearly 200 venues, where bands play everything from blues to punk rock. In fact, Travel + Leisure magazine named Austin one of America’s Best Music Cities, calling it the “mother ship for indie rock and alternative-country types.” Stubb’s Bar-B-Q books some of the bigger acts that come to town, including Johnny Cash and Snoop Dogg. In addition to the live entertainment taking place on a nightly basis, two massively popular music festivals—South by Southwest and Austin City Limits—draw in huge crowds each year.
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With a free airport shuttle and an outdoor pool, this Houston hotel offers convenience and entertainment
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Conveniently situated near George Bush Intercontinental Airport, this hotel provides a free airport shuttle, making for a stress-free stay in northern Houston. The hotel is also within a 20-minute drive of Hurricane Harbor Splashtown water park and Deerbrook Mall, positioning guests for adventure and entertainment.
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.
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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.
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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.
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Spacious condos offer full kitchens, balconies, and fireplaces, as well as easy access to the pool, sauna, and nearby mountain recreation
Beaver Village Condominiums offers a nature-filled, family-friendly getaway on the edge of Winter Park Resort and the vast Arapaho National Forest. The spacious condos - 685-square-foot one-bedroom units and 900-square-foot two-bedroom units—outfit guests with everything they’ll need, including fully equipped kitchens. You can spend an evening lounging by the fireplace or on your balcony, watching the sunset over the mountainous terrain.
Winter Park made its mark in the late 1930s as one of Colorado’s first ski towns. Today, the alpine berg draws sizable crowds during ski season but still retains its small-town vibe. Ski season—when an average of more than 320 inches of snow blankets the slopes of Winter Park Resort—typically runs from mid-November to late April. Skiers and snowboarders have access to more than 3,000 acres of terrain, 25 chairlifts, and five terrain parks. Mary Jane Mountain proffers legendary mogul runs, leading Skiing Magazine to name it the No. 1 place for mogul skiing in North America.
The park’s surrounding mountains and forests offer plenty to do off-season, too. Come summertime, Winter Park Resort is a popular mountain-biking destination, with 40 miles of downhill trails that feature tabletop jumps and banked cruisers. About 35 miles north of Winter Park, there’s fantastic hiking along a trail that skirts the Continental Divide, wending past waterfalls and through open meadows en route to Columbine Lake. Autumn is particularly scenic, as the leaves of native aspens turn red, gold, and orange.
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This newly revamped 2.5-star hotel in downtown Chicago is just one block from upscale shops and restaurants on the Magnificent Mile
This 2.5-star hotel is close to a bevy of popular attractions in downtown Chicago. It’s just one block from the Magnificent Mile and about 1 mile from Navy Pier and Millennium Park. The hotel is also roughly 3 miles from the Museum Campus, home to Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, and the Field Museum.
On Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, landmark skyscrapers such as 360 Chicago 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. You can get practically anywhere in the city using Chicago’s extensive public transportation system.
2.5-Star Downtown Chicago Hotel
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.
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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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Located steps from the Galleria shopping district, this trendy 4-star boutique hotel has a restaurant, a pool, and a Starbucks
The 4-star Hotel Derek is located in Houston’s fashionable Galleria, steps away from more than 300 shops and boutiques, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, and the new River Oaks District. From bright pops of color and bold design choices to plush down bed pillows and linens, the hotel’s high design rooms blend modern luxury with fresh, funky touches.
4-Star Houston Boutique Hotel
Hotel with free WiFi; in downtown Austin’s Red River District, near music venues and the Texas Capitol
Set in the Red River District, this hotel is mere steps from music venues and bars in downtown Austin. When guests aren’t rocking out around Sixth Street, they can stroll across the grounds of the University of Texas or see the famous bat colony under the Congress Avenue Bridge.
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This 4-star Wyndham hotel overlooking the San Antonio River Walk has onsite restaurant and bar
San Antonio’s pulsing heart is its River Walk. Here, visitors and locals alike dine at restaurants, shop at boutiques, and follow the waterside path toward the Alamo, which is located just east of the river. The Wyndham San Antonio River Walk is just a short walk from the Alamo and other major attractions downtown.
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.
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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.
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Hotel with sleek modern design elements plus amenities like luxurious walk-in showers and a self-serve gourmet eatery
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