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Hotel Review: St. Regis, San Francisco — A Bay Area Best

Jul 29, 2010  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Hotel Review: Enter into a lobby saturated with elegance through rich Zebrano wood and Italian travertine flooring paralleled with a 16-foot fireplace highlighting the class and sophistication of the St. Regis San Francisco.... Read More

Boutique HOTEL 32: Las Vegas Luxury Accommodations Atop the Monte Carlo

Jul 27, 2010  |   Contributor: Courtney Driver

Hotel Review: As of late many boutique hotels have been opened in Las Vegas, many as separate towers or extensions of existing hotels on the Strip. Mandalay Bay has THEhotel, MGM offers Skylofts and just recently Monte Carlo opened HOTEL 32. One of the first things that I noticed upon approaching the Monte Carlo is its proximity to the new City Center, as well as its general location on the Strip. Location is very important to me when I stay in Sin City.... Read More

Hotel Review: Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Kohala Coast, Hawaii Kicks it Up a Notch

Jul 26, 2010  |   Contributor: Debbi & William D. Kickham, Esq.

Hotel Review: Do you want to know what makes the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel tick? We found the answer in the water one day, as we set foot on its incomparable beach – probably the best beach on the Big Island of Hawaii.... Read More

Hotel Review: US Grant San Diego Celebrates 100 Years of Excellence

Jul 20, 2010  |   Contributor: Christy Stewart

Hotel Review: While San Diego is known for offering a wide array of luxury hotels, there is none quite as opulent as the US Grant. Situated on Broadway Street in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp District, the US Grant has been an iconic destination since it was first built back in 1910. As 2010 marks the hotel’s 100th anniversary, it seemed only fitting that we pay a visit to the US Grant to see firsthand what all the hype is about.... Read More

Hotel Review: The Fairmont San Francisco

Jul 19, 2010  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Hotel Reviews: The Fairmont San Francisco has long been the epicenter of San Francisco’s most discerning events: 600 pounds of turtle, 13,000 oysters, and $5,000 worth of California and French wines were served just for the opening, in 1907.... Read More

Magnolia Hotel Omaha: A National Landmark

Jul 12, 2010  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Luxury Hotels: When the topic of chic boutique hotels is on the table, which cities spring to mind for having those eclectic lodgings that permeate style and cool? How far removed from the top three on your list would Omaha rank? The 145-room Magnolia Hotel Omaha is the sole boutique hotel in the downtown area. The foyer is a sight for designing eyes with its original marble floors and Roman columns.... Read More

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