Hilton Los Cabos’ Triumphant Return, One Year After Hurricane Odile

Nov 3, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

It’s been an extremely challenging year for unstoppable Los Cabos. On September 14, 2014, Hurricane Odile—the most powerful hurricane to ever strike Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula—devastated the resort town, destroying properties and vital infrastructures. One year later, Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort has been restored to celebrate the emotional Phase One reopening of its property. 

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A Bespoke Hotel Mini-Bar for the Bathrobe-Wearing Mixologist in You

Oct 30, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Every true cocktail devotee knows there’s a problem with even the best hotel mini-bars: good booze, bad mixers. Are you really going to pollute that vintage reserve Glenrothes with a Diet Sprite? Absolutely destroy that Absolut Screwdriver with Sunny D? Well, the young and expanding Chicago-based Aparium Hotel Group has solved this gaffe with the help of Milwaukee-based Bittercube Bitters Company.

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Ghosts of Presidents Past: Grand Hotel’s Halloween Weekend May Include More Than Just Treats

Oct 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Michigan’s Grand Hotel on scenic Mackinac Island is one of the grandest and most historic hotels in the country. Mysteriously, this National Historic Landmark has always closed its doors for Halloween, until this year. For the first time in its 129-year history, the iconic property will lengthen its season to include a final celebration for Halloween weekend concluding on November 2

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Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton Takes His Skates to Vegas for The Cosmo's Ice Rink

Oct 26, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Forget dancing with the stars. My dream is skating on the ice (wearing a blinged-out, custom ensemble designed by Vera Wang with skates by Christian Louboutin), on the Vegas strip with Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton. Luckily for me, that wish is not too farfetched thanks to The Cosmopolitan. For the fourth consecutive year, the glam casino resort will welcome the return of The Ice Rink, transforming its Boulevard Pool into a winter wonderland.

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W Montréal is One of the City's Hottest Hotels Right in the Heart of the Action

Oct 26, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The city of Montréal is one of Canada’s most interesting locales, and is understandably the country’s third most-visited destination. A blend of old and new, the French-Canadian city honors the best of its heritage while growing and adapting to our ever-changing society. Located in the city's historic Banque du Canada building, W Montréal is the perfect hotel for a Canadian adventure.

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The Best Part Comes After "I Do," These Resorts Will Make You Super Excited for the Honeymoon

Oct 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

A honeymoon is supposed to be the kind of vacation you’ll never forget, a trip of a lifetime. And of course, as your first excursion together as husband and wife, no expense should be spared. Sunset yacht cruise? Yes.

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Westin Hilton Head: Casual Southern Luxury Never Looked So Good

Oct 22, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Following a $30 million renovation, The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa is flaunting a chic new look inspired by its gorgeous beachfront setting. Boasting 12 miles of beautiful beaches, a full-service spa, state-of-the-art fitness studio, an entertaining kids club, three swimming pools, and three championship golf courses, there is something for nearly any type of traveler on this little slice of South Carolina heaven.

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SAVOR The Central Coast Celebrates Everything That's Great About the Region

Oct 21, 2015  |   Contributor: Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss

Each year Sunset magazine sponsors SAVOR The Central Coast, an extended weekend offered at the end of September and designed to spotlight the rich, cultural and agricultural contributions of the Central Coast of California. Attendees come from all over the US which took place from September 24-27.

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Discover Oman's Under-the-Radar Musandam Peninsula at Six Senses Zighy Bay

Oct 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Although Dubai has become a major international travel hub in recent years—thanks to the exponential expansion of Emirates’ fleet and route network—most travelers seem just to spend a single night in the United Arab Emirates en route to somewhere else. However, just a 90-minute drive from Dubai’s glittering skyscrapers, extravagant malls and see-and-be-seen culture lies in one of the world’s most secluded, under-the-radar luxury destinations: Oman’s Musandam Peninsula.

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Refinery Hotel in the Heart of the Fashion District Gets NYC Vacationing Right

Oct 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Victor and Mary

Centered blocks from the bustling Bryant Park, Refinery Hotel offers a calming respite from the energetic pulse of New York City’s fashion district. Stylish but never snobby, lobby doormen dress in work coveralls, evoking traits from the neo-gothic building’s industrial past. The property was once the Colony Arcade building constructed in 1912 and home to milliners and hat factories.

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We Bet Watchtower of Turkey Will Convince You to Visit the Middle Eastern Country

Oct 15, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

It’s hard not be intrigued by Turkey, the Middle Eastern country that has such a rich, spiritual culture, beautiful landscapes, mouth-watering gastronomy and storied history. The destination itself is a blend of many things, a hodge-podge of contradictions from ancient buildings to contemporary architecture and deeply-religious groups mixed with non-believing peoples. It is both Westernized and Oriental, and completely unordinary.

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Rosewood CordeValle: Capitola's Grand Resort Makes for a Great 24-Hour Vacation

Oct 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Patty Burness

Even on an overcast day, it’s a beautiful drive from San Francisco to the Monterey Bay coast, inland through Hecker Pass and into Capitola. Recently my husband and I did the drive and made a visit to Rosewood CordeValle hotel in for a 24-hour vacation.

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17-Time Tour de France Cyclist's Hotel is Keeping Guests Active in South Carolina

Oct 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Merilee Kern

Nestled within South Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains sits Hotel Domestique, a charming boutique property owned by legendary 17-time Tour de France cyclist George Hincapie on nearly 30 acres of grounds and vineyards. It’s no wonder this intimate, culturally-styled property attracts active travelers who are not only seeking a sophisticated respite away from the hustle-and-bustle-laden tourist traps, but also outdoor adventures.

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The Over 40-Year-Old Shangri-La is Still One of Singapore's Best Hotels

Oct 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Opened over 40 years ago, the Shangri-La Singapore was the luxury chain’s first property. When it initially welcomed guests to its location off Orchard Road, it was really just that…off a road that was lined by orchards and other agricultural ventures. Today, however, the district has become one of city-state’s most upscale and trendiest neighborhoods, and the hotel itself has grown alongside it.

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Visiting the Champs-Élysées: A Look at 2 Newly-Renovated Hotels in the Heart of the District

Oct 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Home to some of fashion’s most over-the-top flagship boutiques, Paris’ Champs-Élysées and Golden Triangle district is also one of the city’s most-touristed neighborhoods. In this setting, two newly-renovated luxury hotels—one contemporary, one classic—are adding more prestige to the area and offering visitors a chance to experience the City of Lights without getting lost in the crowds.

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