History buffs looking for a well-run Pittsburgh hotel should head straight for The Priory, a former Benedictine monastery that retains architectural detail evocative of 1880’s priory days, but with elegant, modern rooms and high quality service. Rooms range from cozy single bed rooms to apartment-like suites. Many have views of Pittsburgh’s city skyline; others overlook […]
These white sand beaches and verdant hills were settled in the 1700’s—the landmark stone sugar mill on the property dates from sugar plantation days. Sunbathe or set sail for Buck Island Reef for diving or snorkeling. Indulge in an end-of-day massage, then watch the stars come out overhead while you dine on filet mignon with […]
Nestled in the peaceful-with-plenty-still-to-do Preston Hollow neighborhood, thirty minutes north of downtown Dallas, the Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa offers a cozy getaway from the bustling city. Deluxe corporate accommodations, upscale wedding reception packages, and of course, a ton of personal wellness options (a 52,000 square-foot fitness center, a one-mile cushioned walking and jogging trail, and a therapeutic and recuperative spa) top the highlight reel. Not to mention the lighted […]
Smack in the middle of a picturesque hamlet, grand hotel with metropolitan styleThe Stonewall Jackson Hotel, a 124-room beauty built in 1924 and fully renovated to its original grandeur in 2005, stands today as a symbol of the spirit, history, and charm of the Shenandoah Valley. A stay at Stonewall Jackson, in the positively lovely town of Staunton, Virginia, is a Mid-Atlantic, Appalachia, Americana, Southern experience for travelers who appreciate the romance of […]
Headed to Mardi Gras? First of all, we’re so jealous. Second, you’ll want to stay close to the action to get that true Mardi Gras experience, but then have a little escape in a hotel as decadent as a beignet. No need to search around, we’ve rounded up the best of the best. There’s still time! Book a room with a Member Exclusive Rate! SEARCH NEW […]
Sea lions sunning themselves and chatting on the piers of neighboring King Harbor make for all-day entertainment. In the lounge, huge windows with long white drapes and white panes frame the Pacific with views of the sunset and sailboats coming home.