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This hip hotel welcomes guests with a collection of local art, pet-friendly amenities, and pints of craft beer during happy hour
Hotel Max brims with original artwork. Pop-art paintings, sculptures, and screenprints, including an authentic Andy Warhol, decorate the lobby. Above ground level, the works of Seattle photographers cover guest room doors, with each floor dedicated to one artist, and framed poster art hangs in individual rooms. The fifth floor (nicknamed the Sup Pop floor) is especially iconic: images captured by grunge-era photographer Charles Peterson line the hallways, while a Crosley turntable and vinyl selection curated by Sub Pop Records live in each guest room.
Located about a mile north of downtown Seattle, Belltown is the city’s most densely populated neighborhood and a great place to experience the spirit of the city. Naturally, that involves coffee (Seattle ranked behind only Portland on Travel + Leisure’s 2014 list of America’s Best Coffee Cities). In Belltown, you’ll find top-notch coffee shops such as Street Bean Coffee, a nonprofit space serving sustainable, locally roasted coffee and artisan pastries. Mixed in with the neighborhood’s java dispensaries and trendy restaurants are an array of art galleries.
About a half mile south is Pike Place Market, one of Seattle’s most renowned attractions. Locals and out-of-towners alike flock to this semi-open-air marketplace to shop for fresh produce, fish, flowers, and meat. Come early in the morning to see the market’s fishmongers do what they’re famous for: tossing the day’s catch back and forth.
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Comfortable accommodations, blocks from the beach and less than 10 minutes from Monterey
Set on the tip of the Monterey Peninsula—less than 10 minutes from the city of Monterey—the Lighthouse Lodge & Cottages provides comfortable accommodations just a few blocks from the coast. The property’s namesake lighthouse has been in continuous operation for more than 150 years, making it easy to find your way home after evenings strolling the beach.
The oceanfront town of Pacific Grove shares its central California peninsula with the city of Monterey, but is far more serene than its cosmopolitan neighbor. Rows of Victorian houses line the streets, deer wander through residential areas, and thousands of butterflies congregate here during their southerly migration. Travel + Leisure named Pacific Grove one of America’s Best Little Beach Towns, noting that the beach is better suited for surfing and kayaking than swimming. Stroll the pathway that winds along the rocky shore, taking in the many native plants and bird colonies that make their homes on the 3-mile stretch.
Coastal California Lodge
Recently renovated Dewey Beach hotel located few steps away from the ocean
The seaside Beach House Dewey Hotel was recently renovated from top to bottom. Located along scenic Coastal Highway 1, the property is steps from the beach and a short drive from the boardwalk, shops, bars, and restaurants of Rehoboth Bay.
Dewey Beach sits on a small sandbar between Rehoboth Bay and the Atlantic Ocean—the town is only 1 mile long and two blocks wide. But despite its diminutive size, Dewey Beach offers plenty to do. The wide, sandy beaches are ideal for sunbathing and swimming, and beachfront bars host live music all year long. During the summer, young people from Delaware, Baltimore, and Washington, DC, descend upon the area to drink Orange Crush cocktails and feast on fresh seafood platters at waterfront eateries. Year-round, families can get their kicks perusing souvenir shops along the boulevard or visiting one of the nearby arcades.
Seaside Delaware Hotel
Best Western near family-friendly attractions like SeaWorld Antonio and Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Situated near some of San Antonio’s most engaging family-friendly attractions, the Best Western Ingram Park Inn is a great home base for exploring the city, especially with kids. Plus, with amenities like an outdoor pool and free breakfast, the property exudes a home-away-from-home feel.
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.
Family-Friendly Inn near Center
A AAA 4-Diamond hotel in Chicago’s North Shore with three restaurants, an indoor pool, and a fitness center
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The 4-star Renaissance Chicago North Shore Hotel offers a luxurious experience one expects to find in downtown Chicago—except in the more laid-back northern suburbs. A 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, the hotel puts you within a short drive of the North Shore’s most-visited sites: Northwestern University and the Baha’i Temple.
Located about 25 miles north of downtown Chicago, the suburb of Northbrook is close to an abundance of outdoor activities. The 540-acre, wildlife-rich Skokie Lagoons nature preserve is a popular spot for canoeing, fishing, and hiking. The wilderness of the lagoons contrasts with the manicured Chicago Botanic Garden in nearby Glencoe, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012. Here, you can see 2.5 million plants strewn across 26 displays situated on nine islands.
About a twenty-minute drive northeast of Northbrook is Highland Park, home to the Ravina music festival. The Ravinia Festival is the oldest outdoor music festival in the United States, with a series of outdoor concerts and performances held every summer from June to September. In Ravinia Park’s first summer of 1905, it hosted the New York Philharmonic, and the prairie-style Martin Theater dates from this time period. It has been the summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1936. Located in Highland Park, Illinois, the festival operates on the grounds of the 36-acre Ravinia Park, with a variety of outdoor and indoor performing arts facilities.
4-Star Chicago North Shore Hotel
Set near a picturesque 729-foot waterfall, this forest lodge offers unparalleled views of North Georgia mountains
Amicalola Falls—one of the Southeast’s tallest waterfalls—surges over a rocky precipice within Amicalola Falls State Park. The 729-foot cascade, whose name is a Cherokee word meaning “tumbling waters,” is located just a short walk from The Lodge at Amicalola State Park. Perched on a bluff overlooking the North Georgia mountains, the lodge sits amid picturesque scenery near a trout-stocked pond and meandering trails through the Chattahoochee National Forest.
About 70 miles north of Atlanta, Amicalola Falls State Park boasts cascades that are viewable from several vantage points for hikers. There are a number of trails in the park—the gently sloping 0.3-mile West Ridge Falls Access Trail boasts waterfall views for those avoiding a strenuous hike. For those who prefer to climb, a massive staircase leads trekkers up the mountainside adjacent to the waterfall, eventually arriving at the apex of the cliff. Serious hikers can make the 8.5-mile journey on the new Appalachian Approach Trail, which meanders past the falls to Springer Mountain. Once there, guests can hike a portion of the 2,175-mile Appalachian Trail, which winds its way north to Maine.
Housed within the historical Lumpkin County Courthouse, the Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site recounts the town’s 1829 gold rush. The mining boom was brief but prosperous—a US branch mint opened and coined more than $6 million in gold before closing its doors in 1861. The museum also exhibits a set of gold coins, a hydraulic cannon once used for mining, and a gold nugget that weighs more than 5 ounces.
North Georgia Mountain Lodge
Stay in downtown Indianapolis at this hotel with free hot breakfast and fitness center
Squarely located in downtown Indianapolis, the Hampton Inn Indianapolis Downtown Across from Circle Centre puts you within a 10-minute walk of the Bankers Life Fieldhouse (home of the Pacers), the Indiana Convention Center, and the Indiana State Capitol. Just across the street is the Nada restaurant, which serves up classic Mexican fare and cocktails..
Though it’s known worldwide for the Indy 500 that takes place each May, Indianapolis offers much more than motor sports. A gorgeous esplanade known as the Canal Walk snakes through downtown, passing cultural institutions such as the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Nearby, the turn-of-the-century Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument marks the very center of the city with a nearly 285-foot-high limestone statue with an observation deck at the top. And farther north, the famed Children’s Museum of Indianapolis draws more than a million visitors per year.
Indianapolis has also attracted a fair share of sports. The 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway allows rocket-shaped Indy cars to hit speeds upward of 230 mph and has a capacity of more than 250,000 spectators. Keep an eye out for a yard of bricks near the start/finish line, a leftover from the track’s original surface in 1909. Basketball fans can watch the Indiana Pacers hit the court at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Nearby at Lucas Oil Stadium, you can watch the Indianapolis Colts.
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Enjoy oceanfront views, three pools, and direct beach access at this all-inclusive four-star resort in Cancún’s Hotel Zone; air not included
To the east of Omni Cancún Hotel & Villas, there’s a freshwater lagoon; to the west, the Caribbean Sea. Many of the activities at this all-inclusive resort are centered around the clear water: you can snorkel, play a game of beach volleyball by the shores, or spread your towel on the sand underneath a thatched palapa.
Located on a barrier island shaped like the number seven, Cancún’s Hotel Zone juts into the Caribbean Sea at the northeast tip of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. With the sea on one side and freshwater lagoons on the other, it’s a popular spot for sailing and snorkeling. Although the beaches and barrier reefs are a major draw, the geography is equally enticing further inland, where you can dive into an underground river or take a speedboat through a mangrove jungle.
The stone columns of El Rey Ruins, an ancient Mayan site dating back to the second and third centuries BCE, lie within the city’s Hotel Zone. Believed to be a royal burial ground, the archaeological site is also home to wild iguanas that lounge in the sun.
1. What is the best way to travel to the hotel from the airport? The property is about 10 miles from Cancún International Airport (CUN). Shuttles are available for about $14 per person each way, and cabs are about $45 for up to four passengers.
2. Is there an additional occupancy fee, or do I have to make another purchase? This deal covers two guests. The maximum occupancy of the valid room types is four. Adding occupants above standard: $190 per night for each additional guest 12 or older; $65 per night for each additional guest ages 4-11; kids 3 or younger stay free.
3. Will I be approached to attend a timeshare sales presentation? Customers are never obligated to attend a sales presentation. If you are approached and decline a presentation, you will not lose the value of your voucher or have to pay additional fees.
4. Which activities and amenities are included in the resort credit? This deal includes $50 resort credit per stay, valid toward spa services, appetizers and beverages not included under all-inclusive plan, phone calls, and laundry service.
5. Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code? For information regarding your dining options, please click here.
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