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Outdoor Dining: The Best Al Fresco Restaurants in Los Angeles

Los Angeles may be sunny and star-studded year-round, but summer is the prime time to grab a seat and some grub outdoors in La-La Land. Alfresco restaurants around L.A. serve up delicious bites alongside ideal locations for spotting celebs — whether they are dining at the restaurant or just walking by on the way to […]

5 Beach Getaways for Foodies

Unlike culinary capitals such as New York City and San Francisco, beach destinations are rarely the first stop on an epicurean getaway. But plenty of tropical locales boast impressive chef creations, from farm-fresh plates to straight-from-the-ocean cuisine. And just because you appreciate a quality porterhouse cut and kicking back on the beach with a mai tai […]

Healthy Travel: 5 Hotel Chains That Help You Eat Well on the Road

Staying fit on the road is never easy, particularly when it comes to eating well. Many of us let our diets go out the window when we travel, partly because there simply aren’t any healthy options to be had. After all, if the only edible-looking option on the room service menu is the burger, what […]

Heatin’ Up The Kitchen: Hotels That Offer Cooking Classes

If you love cooking, it follows that you may also enjoy it on vacation — especially if you have a master chef offering instructions. Plus, the best part of going to a cooking class? You don’t have to do the cleanup! Check out awesome hotels across the States (and one in Berlin because, well, why […]

The Best New York City Hotels for Foodies

New York City has more to offer than the glittering lights of Times Square or the chic shops lining SoHo’s streets — it also has one of the greatest food scenes in the entire world. And many of the city’s delicious, top-tier restaurants can be found in the Big Apple’s best hotels. So keeping your […]

The Best Hotel Coffee Bars in the Country

We Americans love our coffee. After all, the average adult guzzles around 70 gallons of coffee a year — and spends over $1,000 annually on morning doses of caffeine. While the habit can be hard on your wallet, the health benefits of consuming coffee are numerous: Research shows it can reduce your risk of developing […]

Drink in the Past: America’s Most Historic Hotel Bars

Alibi at The Liberty Hotel, Boston (pictured above) Alibi is located in the “drunk tank” of the former Charles Street Prison, where those arrested for public intoxication were kept overnight — a unique place to relive a little Boston history (hopefully on better terms). Thick brick walls with cell doors and windows, original stone floors […]

Top 9 Kitschy, But Super-Cool, Hotel Bars

You may have gotten over themed spots after your tenth birthday party (um, hello, Princess Tea Party Fest), but they’re actually great for some old-fashioned adult fun, too. Hotels across the world have fabulously themed bars that run the gamut from classy to trashy. We’ve shuffled through the clutter to find the top hotel bars that, despite (or because) […]

7 Cozy Hotel Bars Across The U.S.

Even during the warmer months, a cavernous, cozy bar can be just the way to beat the heat. Here are some of our favorite hotel bars that have the cozy thing — from leather couches to dim lighting, dark liquors to rich fabrics — down pat. Rose Bar, Gramercy Park Hotel (pictured above) The Rose Bar, a velvet-heavy […]

The Top 10 Easter Brunches Across the U.S.

A chic hotel is often just the place to find a perfect Easter brunch spread, so we’ve rounded up our favorites across the states.

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