Six Senses Hotel inside the new XI buildings overlooking the Hudson River on New York's west side

Hottest New American Hotels To Open In 2021 (Part 2)

American travel and hotel overnight stays are expected to get a big boost this year. With the notion bargain rates still being offered travelers are already booking reservations with substantial savings. Coupled with more and more Americans being vaccinated against COVID-19, it’s a great time to start thinking about that long overdue vacation. After covering … Continue reading Hottest New American Hotels To Open In 2021 (Part 2)

The hotel swimming pool at Keswick Hall near Charlottesville

Hottest American Hotels To Open In 2021

With several new American hotels set to open soon, it might be a good time to start planning for a long overdue vacation. After all, most everyone has been doing their best to stay closer to home for nearly a year. While it might be wise not to travel right away, anxious travelers can save … Continue reading Hottest American Hotels To Open In 2021

View of the Islands of Loreto

Getaway Guide to Villa Del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto

Have you heard of Loreto, Mexico and the Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto? When travelers think of an unforgettable Mexican vacation, some destinations are obvious, such as Cabo San Lucas, Cancun and Puerto Vallarta. But those seeking a less touristy location should consider the historic town of Loreto, located at the start … Continue reading Getaway Guide to Villa Del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto

7 Reasons To Visit Sacramento

  Even though it's the capital of the Golden State, Sacramento isn't always on the radar as a tourist destination in California. However, that notion has radically changed in recent years and in fact, this trailblazing city founded in 1850 has become one of the finest and most culturally diverse places for to visit in … Continue reading 7 Reasons To Visit Sacramento

Asilomar: A Literal Refuge By The Sea

With a summer camp-like atmosphere, the absence of certain modern conveniences and rustic accommodations, Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds may not be suitable for every visitor to the Monterey Bay area. But for those seeking a quiet respite from an often-stressful daily lifestyle, Asilomar might just be the idyllic setting they’ve long been searching … Continue reading Asilomar: A Literal Refuge By The Sea

7 Family Friendly Campsites In America

One of America’s best and most popular family-friendly traditions is heading out on the open road for a fun-filled vacation. However, with rising fuel costs across the nation and peak rates for lodging, many families will have to tighten their travel budget a bit in order to get away from it all. Fortunately, there are … Continue reading 7 Family Friendly Campsites In America

Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco

Beat The Summer Heat As Temperatures Soar In These Cooler Locales

The warmer months are upon us and all across the country Americans are hitting the road or the airways to take their long-awaited summer vacation. But not all travelers will want to spend their well-deserved time off in scorching heat or unbearable humidity. Instead, by selecting a destination that’s known to have a cooler summer … Continue reading Beat The Summer Heat As Temperatures Soar In These Cooler Locales