Hotel of the Week: Hotel On North

Exposed brick walls. Tin ceilings. Velvet arm chairs. Decorative columns. A birdcage elevator. At Hotel on North, old meets new. Words like stylish, charming and comfortable have come to define this former 19th Century haberdashery turned boutique hotel. While no two rooms are the same — each one with a different footprint and different décor — they are alike […]

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Hotel of the Week: Nittany Lion

When you check into the Nittany Lion Inn, you get more than a heritage New England Inn experience. The on-campus location means you get access to everything Penn State has to offer from Big Ten football to the Palmer Museum of Art—and there’s a free, on-call shuttle to get you there and back. The town […]

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Hotel of the Week: The Birchwood

The Birchwood was originally constructed in 1924 as the Lantern Lane Apartments and the only apartments along Beach Drive facing the waters of Tampa Bay. The Spanish Mission-style building, listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, underwent a renovation of historically accurate dimensions with the addition of two floors to then become The Birchwood […]

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Hotel of the Week: Perdido Beach Resort

This 346-room beachfront retreat in Orange Beach, Alabama has all the ease and comfort you’d want after an active day in the sun. Take in the sights, sounds, and sea breezes coming from the Gulf on your own private balcony. The recreation menu includes a indoor/outdoor lagoon-style pool and two indoor hot tubs, beach volleyball, fitness center, tennis courts. A deep sea fishing excursions, […]

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Hotel of the Week: Empress Hotel

Experience Southern California beach living with a touch of European style when you stay with Empress Hotel! Their crisp décor and high level of service guarantee an easeful stay. The location—a couple of blocks from the restaurants and shops of Prospect Street and the ocean—is perfect for making the most of La Jolla. Enjoy your complimentary breakfast, […]

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Hotel of the Week: Majestic Hotel Chicago

Boutique flair greets you at Majestic Hotel Chicago. From the stately exterior and swank lobby to the guest rooms, stylized with the refinement of a classic London estate, The Majestic Hotel lives up to its name. With only 52 guest rooms and suites, The Majestic has an intimate feel. Rooms feature deluxe bed linens, fully stocked mini-bars, cuddly bath robes, mini fridges, microwaves, and tons of […]

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Hotel of the Week: The Domain Hotel

Tucked away in the heart of the tech world, The Domain Hotel welcomes guests with a bustling vibe inspired by the culture of nearby startups. With spacious guestrooms, delicious on-site dining and a well-equipped fitness center, The Domain Hotel makes it easy for guests to stay happy, healthy and productive during their trip to Sunnyvale. […]

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Hotel of the Week: The Hotel at Arundel Preserve

Warm, modern style—plus green design— greets you at The Hotel of Arundel Preserve. Only minutes from Baltimore they offer the best of both worlds: access to shopping, entertainment, businesses, and government agencies combined with proximity to the airport. A privately owned, independent, local business, The Hotel at Arundel Preserve is dedicated to providing a custom travel […]

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Hotel of the Week: King George Hotel

Be charmed with a little bit of of Olde English style in this intimate, San Fransisco hotel that is an ideal spot for exploring Union Square and environs (the cable car stops one block away). Built in time for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915, The King George Hotel features all of the modern travel amenities like free Wi-Fi, business and […]

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Hotel of the Week: Dauphine Orleans Hotel

Strolling distance to Bourbon Street fun but set just slightly apart from “le bon temps”, Dauphine Orleans Hotel is a peaceful hideaway set in a collection of buildings with colorful French Quarter pedigrees. James Audubon painted Birds of America in what’s now the breakfast room, and the Victorian-style bar is named for the madam who […]

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