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Convenient hotel with free continental breakfast and an indoor pool and hot tub; about a 20-minute drive from downtown Dallas
The Baymont by Wyndham is conveniently located between Dallas’s two airports and about 20 minutes from downtown. It’s also within 20 minutes of entertainment hubs like the Arts District and the American Airlines Center, home of the city’s pro basketball and hockey teams.
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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Hotel located right next to the Cape Cod Bay entices the guests with a beautiful setting, convenient location, spacious rooms, and a pool
As the very name suggests, Hotel 1620 Plymouth Harbor is beautifully situated by the Cape Cod Bay, right across the street from it. Guests can go on a five-minute walk to a nearby beach, wander along the bank, see the famous Pilgrim Fountain or Plymouth Rock, and enjoy the historical setting. After all that touring, visitors can fully relax in their tastefully-designed and comfortably spacious accommodations that come equipped with coffee makers and refidgerators.
Known as “America’s Hometown”, Plymouth was the site of the Mayflower Pilgrims colony back in 1620 and is one of the oldest municipalities in the whole United States. Today, the town’s rich history is still very much visible in its multiple facilities, monuments, and attractions. These include the Pilgrim Hall Museum (the oldest continually operating museum in the United States), the famous Plymouth Rock which is traditionally said to be the disembarkation point for the Pilgrims, the Mayflower ship replica, and the Plimonth Plantation which is a living history museum.
But the important historical setting is not all that Plymouth has to offer. The Plymouth municipality makes up the entire western shore of Cape Cod Bay, with miles of beaches and the Cape Cod Peninsula nearby. The arm-shaped peninsula encompasses a string of idyllic fishing villages, 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.
But there’s also plenty to do in winter in the area, when the crowds are a lot smaller. 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. Farther south, the Woods Hole Science Aquarium houses 140 marine animals native to the Northeast and mid-Atlantic region. You might even see marine biologists feeding the seals in the aquarium’s outdoor enclosure.
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All-suite hotel near Milwaukee’s airport; includes airport shuttle, heated indoor pool, and free continental breakfast
Staybridge Suites Milwaukee Airport South is a comfy home away from home for travelers to Milwaukee and beyond. Each spacious suite contains a fully equipped kitchenette and a separate sitting room or living room with a sleeper sofa and LCD TV. The hotel even provides complimentary laundry facilities. From here, you’re just 10 minutes from General Mitchell Airport, and a complimentary airport shuttle makes getting to and from the terminals a breeze.
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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Featured on Condé Nast Traveler’s cover, this hotel has poolside dining and a desert-themed spa
The forked-arm silhouette of the saguaro cactus is an unmistakable symbol of the Southwest. Since it blends into the Sonoran Desert, it makes sense that Saguaro Scottsdale takes its name from this iconic cactus. The 4-star hotel’s interior welcomes visitors with splashes of magenta, violet, and tangerine found all over the lobby, pool area, and lounge—hues taken from the desert wildflowers that blanket the dunes after each rainstorm. These same colors can be found on the imported Mexican furniture inside.
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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Near hip 6th Street hangouts, the 4-star LINE hotel has a pool, fitness center and it is just a few miles away from the Texas Capitol
The LINE Austin puts great emphasis on contemporary, distinctive decor and architecture that aims to connect its guests to the surrounding natural beauty and creative energy of the city. Having been the home of a 1960s jazz club in the past, the LINE holds a dear spot in Austin’s history.
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. 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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Centrally located modern hotel near Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Six Flags Over Texas, or Globe Life Field
Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Arlington welcomes guests to enjoy the Arlington area while making the stay as enjoyable as possible with modern-style amenities. Guests are less than three miles from Arlington’s main attractions and destinations, including Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Six Flags Over Texas, the brand new Globe Life Field, and AT&T Stadium.
Known as the Midway to Metroplex, Arlington is situated halfway between the bustling metropolises of Dallas and Fort Worth in northeast Texas. A sizable city itself, Arlington houses some of the most legendary sports venues in the state, including AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Field. If the baseball team isn’t in town, you can take a tour of the complex through admission to the Hall of Fame, which showcases famous artifacts such as Joe DiMaggio’s glove and Babe Ruth’s jersey.
Many Arlington itineraries include a trip to Six Flags Over Texas; the amusement park’s name refers to the six nations that have governed Texas. The theme park has nearly 50 thrill rides. One of those is Superman: Tower of Power, which has a car that rises more than 30 stories and then falls at dizzying speeds.
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Featuring views of the Rocky Mountain foothills, the hotel offers a comfortable stay with access to indoor pool and complimentary breakfast
Located in the vibrant Belmar area of Lakewood, Colorado, this comfortable hotel is a great starting point for exploring the Rocky Mountains as well as for enjoying the city life. For the guests’ convenience, the hotel features a fully-equipped kitchen and complimentary grab and go breakfast. Those traveling for business purposes can stay updated at all times thanks to the complimentary Wi-Fi access, while guests prefering relaxation can take a dip in the indoor heated pool. Each room features 42’’ flat-screen TV, a dedicated workspace, and a coffee maker to make everyone’s stay as comfortable as possible.
Located in the vibrant Belmar area of Lakewood, Colorado, this comfortable hotel is a great starting point for exploring the Rocky Mountains as well as for enjoying the city life. For the guests’ convenience, the hotel features a fully-equipped kitchen and complimentary grab and go breakfast. Those traveling for business purposes can stay updated at all times thanks to the complimentary Wi-Fi access, while guests preferring relaxation can take a dip in the indoor heated pool. Each room features 42’’ flat-screen TV, a dedicated workspace, and a coffee maker to make everyone’s stay as comfortable as possible.
With its mixture of green areas and sprawling urban life, Lakewood has something to offer for everyone. Located at the foothills of Rocky Mountains, the city features several lakes and over 80 well-maintained parks, with the most popular being the Bear Creek Lake Park: a perfect destination for the lovers of outdoor activities who can enjoy fishing, hiking, and biking. Those who prefer city life can visit the downtown Belmar with its shopping mall encompassing over 80 stores and restaurants. History buffs are welcome to explore the Lakewood Heritage Center that features 10 historic structures and over 30,000 artifacts that showcase the local history.
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Aurora hotel near Denver with a free limited airport shuttle and complimentary grab and go breakfast
Staying at the Red Lion Inn & Suites Denver Airport can make your trip to the area both easy and entertaining. No matter what time you arrive, a free airport shuttle can whisk you directly from the terminal to the hotel. You’ll then be less than 5 miles from the Aurora History Museum, where you can see a restored 1913 trolley car and learn about the Wild West. You can also venture into downtown Denver in less than an hour via car or nearby public transportation.
Aurora is a largely suburban stretch dotted with golf courses, wildlife habitats, and Victorian homes. The city’s cultural hub is the Aurora Cultural Arts District, home to artist studios and historical sites. Originally built as a movie theater in 1946, the Aurora Fox Arts Center now stages musicals and cutting-edge plays and provides space for galleries and public art displays.
Those looking to spend time outdoors go fishing for trout and walleye in the Aurora Reservoir. Just south of town, there’s also the 880-acre reservoir that anchors Cherry Creek State Park, a haven for boating. Wintertime activities include cross-country skiing on marked trails. With more than 40 mammal species, such as coyotes and muskrats, the park is also a good destination for wildlife viewing.
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Frisco Hotel in close proximity to the Dallas Cowboys headquarters, minutes away from shopping and entertainment opportunities
Hampton Inn & Suites Legacy Park-Frisco makes for a comfortable stay for travellers looking to explore the local area. Guests can stay connected with the complimentary WiFi. The facility provides complimentary Grab-n-Go breakfast to fill its guests up for the day before they go on their Frisco adventure.
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Hotel located near Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport and Southern University offers its guests modern comfort and high-quality service
Just one mile from Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport and a 10-minute drive from Southern University, the hotel entices the guests with its convenient location, modern decor, considerate amenities, and high-quality service that includes complimentary airport shuttle and parking. Guests may enjoy exploring nearby restaurants and parks — including Anna T Jordan Community Park and BREC Scotlandville Parkway Park – or rest in their modern rooms that come equipped with large work desks, TVs, microwaves, coffeemakers, and mini refridgerators.
Baton Rouge has had an eclectic history, to say the least: it’s been governed alternately by France, Britain, Spain, Louisiana, the Florida Republic, the Confederate States, and, finally, the United States. In turn, the city is a vibrant patchwork of Creole, French, Spanish, and Cajun influences. Downtown, you can hear traditional zydeco musicians playing washboard amid restaurants that sling fried-shrimp po’ boys, grilled alligator, and jambalaya—a Creole culinary staple.
One of the trademarks of Baton Rouge is its capitol building—it soars skyward to a height of 450 feet, making it the tallest capitol building in the nation. It’s done up in an art-deco style (a relic of Governor Huey Long’s tenure in office) and it typifies Baton Rouge’s flair for decadent displays. You can learn about Baton Rouge’s rich history at the Louisiana State Museum, located downtown. For a dose of contemporary culture, explore the Louisiana Art and Science Museum. This 1920s rail-station building on the Mississippi River now houses a planetarium with a 60-foot domed screen.
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Located nearby Denton’s best attractions, this comfortable hotel makes an ideal stay for both business travelers and tourists
Located right by the interstate road, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Denton South makes a great spot whenever traveling for business or pleasure. Nearby attractions for the entire family include Texas Motor Speedway, Water Works Park, Lake Lewisville, and more. Guests can have an exciting time out and later get back to the hotel, enjoying its amenities such as an outdoor pool and a flat-screen TV in each room.
Founded in 1846, the once-frontier town of Denton now exudes a youthful vibe thanks to the students of nearby University of North Texas and the Texas Woman’s University. After a 1989 revitalization project poured $36.5 million into restoring its historical district, Denton’s Main Street district is now lined with shops, cafés, pubs, and galleries.
Built in 1896, the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square houses a museum that brims with local history, including displays on weaponry, early Denton farm life, and the county’s African-American and Hispanic families. Every Saturday morning from 10 a.m. until noon, an Acoustic Lawn Jam takes place on the courthouse lawn, where guitarists, drummers, fiddlers, and singers perform.
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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
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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.
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All-suite Marriott hotel adjacent to the Louisiana Downs Casino and Racetrack offers a complimentary continental breakfast and indoor pool
SpringHill Suites by Marriott is an all-suite hotel. Along with a modern appearance, the hotel offers modern functions, including work stations and kitchenettes in each suite.
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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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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, Pottery Barn, American Girl Boutique, Nordstrom, and dozens of other stores.
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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.
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.
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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3-star top-secret hotel near downtown Dallas and the Arts District, with an outdoor pool and fitness center
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This 3-star top-secret hotel is a convenient home base for exploring Dallas. It’s just a 15-minute drive from downtown or a 20-minute ride via a nearby light-rail line. The hotel is also less than a 10-minute drive from the Dallas Arts District’s galleries and performance venues, as well as concerts at the American Airlines Center.
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Recently renovated inn on five acres in Texas Hill Country with two outdoor pools, a picnic area, and a stone fireplace
The recently renovated Fredericksburg Inn & Suites sits on five peaceful acres in the Texas Hill Country. You can unwind in the outdoor hot tub and pools or walk a block to Main Street, where you’ll find family-owned restaurants, art galleries, and shops. The inn’s convenient location also means you’ll have easy access to the region’s wineries and caverns.
In Texas Hill Country, it’s easy to tell when you’re getting close to the town of Fredericksburg: you’ll start spotting “Willkommen” on the signs pointing toward town. German immigrants settled here in 1846, blending Teutonic traditions with cowboy-style farming and ranching. Nowadays, the farms have blossomed into colorful lavender fields and wineries.
One of Fredericksburg’s main attractions is tied to one of its most historic residents—Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, who commanded US Pacific forces in World War II. Nimitz’s father owned a steamboat-shaped hotel that was transformed into the National Museum of the Pacific War in the 1960s. The museum features a Japanese submarine used at Pearl Harbor, an American B-25, and many war artifacts.
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Family-friendly hotel surrounded by Rocky Mountain National Park; located near hiking and skiing trails and Colorado’s largest lake
Located 1 mile from the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Gateway Inn occupies a tranquil spot in Colorado’s high-country wilderness. The inn is a true family-run business—owners Tom and Debi designed and built the wooden lodge in 1999. With Rocky Mountain National Park surrounding the inn on three sides, it’s easy to connect with the great outdoors during your visit.
Nestled beneath snowcapped peaks, the town of Grand Lake is known as the Western Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. The charming village, dotted with quaint cabins and summer homes, sits adjacent to Trail Ridge Road, a 43-mile route that winds through the park, providing glimpses of mountain wildlife and dazzling views that stretch to Wyoming.
Grand Lake was named after the largest natural body of water in Colorado, which hugs miles of shoreline just north of the hotel. Here you can angle for brown trout and mackinaw, or take to the waters on a pontoon boat. Grand Lake’s historical boardwalk evokes the Old West with rustic saloons, art galleries, and horse-drawn taxicabs.
Colorado Mountain Lodge