Hotel of the Week: Hotel Providence

Hotel Providence sits in the downtown arts and theatre district. It’s a boutique inspired by literature–rooms are named after New England writers like Robert Frost, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Edgar Allen Poe, and filled with classic novels and art. But it’s not all about the life of the mind. You’ll find luxe comforts like marble tiled bathrooms, antiques, and luxury linens in your room. Speedy room […]

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Hotel of the Week: The Wilshire Grand

Stellar service is the standard at The Wilshire Grand Hotel. The manager hosts a wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres reception in the lobby weeknights, the business center and fitness room are open 24 hours, the shuttle to nearby offices and restaurants is free, and there’s always a plate of homemade cookies in the lobby. In […]

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Hotel of the Week: Park South

Sophisticated décor and warm, gracious service makes the new Park South Hotel a glamorous home base from which to explore the delights of Manhattan. But between the impressive rooftop bar, the Japanese tasting menu, the casual Mediterranean fare, and the Euro-style cafe, you won’t have to go far to feel the melting-pot nature of NYC. The famous urban view […]

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Hotel of the Week: Hotel Boulderado

Hotel Boulderado’s red sandstone exterior stands out against the Rocky Mountain foothills, but the real treat is inside: the 1909 mosaic tiled floor and 5-story cantilevered cherrywood staircase, washed in light reflected off a stunning canopy of stained glass. And the location isn’t bad either! Whether you’re a Buff’s fan or you’re looking for a ski vacation this […]

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Hotel of The Week: Menger Hotel

Teddy Roosevelt recruited the Rough Riders here. Sarah Bernhardt and Mae West were a century too early to indulge in the San Antonio Scrub and Rub at the Alamo Plaza Spa, but they surely entertained admirers in the stunning, three-story lobby during their stays. Teddy Roosevelt left a lasting legacy in the atmospheric bar, and […]

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Hotel of the Week: The Lenox Hotel

In the hands of a family business for three generations, The Lenox is a master class in how to run a luxury hotel.  This grande dame is environmentally friendly, rich with marble floors, mahogany furniture and crystal lamps, and has service so good that their doorman made the evening news. The Lenox is the only […]

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Hotel of The Week: The Lodge at Tiburon

On a block swept with sea air from the San Francisco Bay, The Lodge at Tiburon keeps you warm with outdoor fireplaces everywhere: on the SkyDeck, beside the pool, and on both terraces of the Tiburon Tavern. The mood is Marin-style relaxed: groups of guests play board games, and locals and travelers alike enjoy ceviche […]

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Hotel of the Week: The Georgian Hotel

When you first see The Georgian, it’s easy to feel like you’ve been transported back in time. While the entire property embraces a roaring ’20s vibe, the luxe of the spacious guest rooms and suites is defined by the cloud-like bedding, indulgent bath and body products, and sweeping ocean views. Standing tall as a mainstay […]

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Hotel of the Week: Hotel Viking

Guestrooms pay homage to different eras of Newport history: some are Gilded Age-opulent with silks, tapestries, and zebra-print chairs, others have the sleek, ebony-and-silver style of the 1930s.

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