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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 [...]

G. Garvin’s Atlanta Travel Tips

G. Garvin with Chef Chris Hall, Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner at Atlanta’s The Local ThreeWhile growing up and living in Atlanta, I’ve seen the city go through a lot of great changes. Every year another unique restaurant pops up, giving locals and tourists a chance to visit Atlanta and fall in love with its [...]

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 [...]

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