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The cozy hotel offers a convinient stay close to nature and minutes away from the historic mansions of Downtown Newport
The charming hotel offers a convenient stay in close proximity to major attractions. The comfortable suites feature modern amenities such as high-speed WiFi and cable TV. After a day of exploring Downtown Newport, the nearby vineyards, or the family-friendly beaches, guests can head down to the restaurant for a glass of local wine and dinner.
Newport sits on Rhode Island’s Aquidneck Island, just 30 miles south of Providence and 70 miles south of Boston. With its picturesque cliffs running along the rocky coast, Newport understandably attracted America’s upper class at the turn of the 20th century. The prestigious Astor and Vanderbilt families joined other captains of industry in building their summer "cottages" here—sprawling estates that epitomized the Gilded Age’s glitz and glamour. You can sign up for mansion tours at the historic The Elms, Marble House, and The Breakers, a 70-room Italian Renaissance–style palazzo commissioned by Cornelius Vanderbilt II in 1893 and inspired by the palaces of Genoa and Turin.
Year-round, the Cliff Walk is one of the most popular activities in town. From sunrise to sunset you’ll find visitors strolling the 3.5-mile path, ensconced between the beautiful Newport shoreline and the spectacular mansions. If the conditions are ripe, you might see surfers catching waves on the ocean breakers. The ocean is easily accessible from Newport’s western, eastern, and southern coastlines. It’s often referred to as "the Sailing Capital of the World," and in the summertime, fishing boats fill its harbors and beachgoers flock to its shores.
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The 4-star hotel invites guests for a relaxing stay with thoughtful amenities like a heated pool, fitness center, and breakfast options
The contemporary 4-star hotel was designed to serve the needs of a frequent traveler. The guestrooms feature large working spaces that bolster productivity, while the complimentary shuttle service makes commuting between the hotel and local offices a breeze. Guests can stay connected with high-speed WiFi.
Woodbridge is nearly 350 years old—and has the history to prove it. New Jersey’s oldest remaining township, Woodbridge was established by a charter granted by King Charles II of England. A century later, George Washington spent a night in Woodbridge on his journey to New York, where he would be sworn in as the first President of the United States. Head to the northwest corner of Amboy Avenue and Main Street to stand on the same place he did some 225 years ago.
Woodbridge is about 15 miles from Newark, another city that counts itself among America’s oldest. You can learn about art and the natural sciences at the Newark Museum, which features a sculpture garden, a planetarium, and the largest collection of Tibetan art in the Western Hemisphere. The nearby New Jersey Performing Arts Center hosts dance, opera, and orchestra performances.
4-Star Woodbridge Hotel w/Pool
Uniquely chic four-star hotel near New York City and Newark Liberty Airport features an indoor pool, a hot tub, and a fitness center
Four-star elegant Westminster Hotel puts guests in one of the most enviable locations in all New Jersey: 20 minutes from Newark Liberty International Airport and 30 minutes west of New York City. Having visited the Big Apple or neighboring areas, guests may truly unwind and take advantage of the hotel’s amenities, including a hot tub, an indoor pool, or a fitness center. Others might just chill out in the comfortable and neatly decorated rooms with a flat-screen TV.
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Upscale hotel located in downtown Findlay features a ballroom for up to 360 guests and a famous elegant dining experience
Hancock Hotel is located on the campus of Marathon Petroleum Corporation in downtown Findlay, where guests can experience museums, fine dining, boutique shopping, parks, and trails. The elegant interior features a ballroom as well as a steakhouse restaurant that’s been a famous spot for 90 years.
In-room amenities include a spacious bath, glass shower, a Keurig machine
Relax in your room with complimentary Wi-Fi and a 50" TV with access to 62 channels
Toledo’s skyline—a cluster of glass-lined skyscrapers and industrial-age factories—is reflected on the Maumee River. It’s a visible reminder of the city’s past as a factory town and its development as a center for arts and culture. In the early 1900s, Toledo was nicknamed The Glass City for the many glass-production companies that were anchored there. Today, the Toledo Museum of Art honors that past with a glassmaking studio that dates back to the 1960s and an eco-friendly glass pavilion that houses thousands of ancient and modern examples of glasswork. The museum’s extensive art collection also includes paintings by van Gogh, Picasso, and Rembrandt.
If you’re traveling with kids in tow, make time to stop at Imagination Station to see hands-on exhibits and shows that explore engineering and science. Kids can ride a bicycle across a high wire and stumble across tilted furniture in the Distorted Gravity room. The award-winning Toledo Zoo is another pleasant kid-friendly distraction; USA Today ranked it among the nation’s best zoos in 2014. Don’t miss the aquarium’s 90,000 gallon tank filled with colorful live coral and tropical marine life.
Downtown Findlay Hotel
Contemporary hotel in the heart of Brooklyn evokes local flair with art and photography; features modern amenities and pet-friendly rooms
The Baltic Hotel places its guest right in the heart of the eclectic Brooklyn. Guests can take a stroll to Boerum Hill where they can discover charming shops and restaurants or visit the Brooklyn Park & Promenade. Manhattan is just a short drive away.
Park Slope was named the best place to live in New York City by New York magazine in 2010, and it’s not hard to see why. Its leafy streets are lined with charming brownstones as well as scores of top-rated restaurants and trendsetting boutiques. Located in west Brooklyn, Park Slope has been attracting privileged city dwellers since the late 19th century, when Victorian mansions began sprouting up in an area dubbed the Gold Coast. In recent years, the neighborhood has become an enclave for artistic types and hip young families.
But Park Slope’s main attraction is still Prospect Park. In fact, the neighborhood takes its name from its location on the western slope of this 585-acre landscaping masterpiece. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in the 1860s, the park includes an intricate watercourse and the last of Brooklyn’s indigenous forests. Crowds gather here during the summer for free concerts and farmers’ markets; ice-skating and sledding are popular activities in the winter.
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