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Motif Seattle Delivers a Hotel That is Just as Unique & Artistic as Seattle Itself

Nov 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Previously Red Lion Fifth Avenue, Motif Seattle is a phoenix from the ashes of its former self. Re-imagined by designers such as Jordan Christianson and architect Ankrom Moisan, the local flare and sense of community are incorporated into everything from the textiles to the letterhead.

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Where to Go, What to Eat and Which Shows to See While in Glasgow, Scotland

Nov 17, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Glasgow, Scotland not only offers a rich vein of culture, shopping delight and diverse cuisine, but also an architectural fantasy. It’s a Victorian city with a 21st century attitude, all reflected in eclectic buildings, diverse theatrical and musical venues, and innovative restaurants and cafés. Here are five ways to enhance your enjoyment of a visit to Scotland’s largest and revitalized city.

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Your High-Roller Fantasies Come True With Caesars’ Anthology Las Vegas Suites & Villas

Nov 7, 2014  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Butler service, personal chefs, private pools and rooftop decks—if these are a few of your favorite things—Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts has something new to make your most extravagant VIP demands become a reality. And like a custom tailor, they’ll make sure you can choose a Sin City suite or villa that’s exactly your style and size from a 700-square-foot love pad, to a massive 11,000-square-foot mansion in the sky so large that you could misplace a Lear jet.

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8 Best NYC Hotels to Watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Nov 12, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The famed Macy’s Day Parade attracts hundreds of visitors each year to its festive celebration which started back in 1924. Instead of battling the crowds for the perfect spot along the parade route, watch the three-hour event directly from your hotel room. These properties provide the best views for watching the second oldest Thanksgiving procession in the U.S.

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Gale South Beach Debuts Multi-Million Dollar Suites in New Hotel Wing

Oct 21, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

In union with Gale South Beach’s two-year anniversary of their $35 million restoration and renovation efforts, the boutique property has opened a new wing of multi-million dollar accommodations for guests to enjoy called Gale Suites at Kaskades

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Slip into Robert De Niro's Splendid Tribeca Oasis on Your Next NYC Visit

Oct 22, 2014  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Officially, Robert De Niro is an indefatigable actor with more than 90 films to his name. Unofficially, he's the mayor of New York City's Tribeca neighborhood with a film festival, cinema, two restaurants and the stunning Greenwich Hotel. It seems fitting that a property designed by a movie star would attract fellow star colleagues and urbanite Hollywood A-listers, as this fetching property is one sublime sanctuary.

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How To Do New York City in 48 Hours

Oct 14, 2014  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

If you don't have time for full weeklong vacation, visiting New York City for a quick 48-hour trip could be the next best thing. The Big Apple remains one of the few places on the planet that can fill up nearly every hour of a two-day excursion and then some. Here are my latest finds during one such fast and furious weekend marathon:

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5 Glamorously Haunted Hotels to Put You in the Halloween Spirit

Oct 10, 2014  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff  |  1 Comment

Sleeping with ghosts in America’s most haunted hotels is not for the faint of heart, but for many it’s an unforgettable adventure not to be missed, especially with Halloween approaching. And when specters have the good taste to haunt luxury lodges and charmingly intimate B&Bs, you might not even mind when they steal the 400-count Egyptian cotton sheets a little (as long as they don't cut eye-holes in them).

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Actress Lucy Liu Stars as the Newest Celebrity Fan of Mandarin Oriental Hotels

Oct 6, 2014  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Luxury in its most basic sense is, as Sherlock Holmes would say, “Elementary, my dear Watson. Elementary.” Ironically enough, the newest spokesperson for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is Lucy Liu, who stars as Joan Watson in Elementary, CBS’s award-winning reboot of the mythic characters by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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Is Aruba the Caribbean Island For You? See What it Has to Offer Before Booking

Oct 1, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico  |  1 Comment

If you would have told me a year ago that I would be traveling to Aruba in 2014, I wouldn’t have believed you. Don’t get me wrong, I travel frequently and have plans to explore every part of the world; but the small Caribbean island of Aruba? It was nowhere near the top of my list of excursions in the coming years.

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Yanqi Lake Kempinski Makes Its Debut in Beijing With Oval-Shaped Structure

Sep 30, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Hotels these days are getting pretty creative with their designs. Gone are the days of the traditional structures and carbon-copies of the brand’s other properties. Today’s buildings are just as much a part of the allure of the destination, as the city itself. And Beijing’s newest hotel, Yanqi Lake Kempinski, is no different.

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Gangety Goenpa Lodge is One of the Kingdom of Bhutan's Hottest Destinations

Sep 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The ancient Kingdom of Bhutan is like a woman that outwardly seems quiet and reserved, but whose eyes glimmer with a sense of adventure and excitement, the kind of person you can’t help but wonder about. You know the type. Bhutan is like this; seductively mysterious with the kind of urging that begs to be noticed, but only if you’re willing to take a closer look.

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The Southwest’s Best Spa Menu Treatments That Are Good Enough to Eat

Sep 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Hot rock massage? That’s so 10 years and 50 min. ago. Twenty-four karat gold facial? I’d rather wear it around my ring finger. Reiki? Really? As a dedicated spa connoisseur, I’ve experienced a wealth of treatments including classic, exotic, native, alternative, indulgent and downright ridiculous. 

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3 of Italy's Best Hotels for Avoiding the Crowds While Staying Near Top Attractions

Sep 15, 2014  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Ahhh, Italia! There is a reason Europe’s boot remains one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations; many, many reasons, in fact. From sprawling museums displaying art that spans several millennia to fabulous fashions, incomparable food and wine, dynamic cities and picturesque towns and not to mention friendly people, Italy truly is a traveler’s paradise.

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7 Reasons to Choose Ibiza's Hacienda Na Xamena for Your Honeymoon

Sep 10, 2014  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher  |  4 Comments

Ibiza, the sexy bohemian land brings images of clubs, topless beaches and hedonism. But what does the island actually have to offer? Simple; whatever you want it to, including a romantic, private getaway. The perfect blend of nature and luxury, Ibiza has long been known for its wild nightlife and parties, but it is also a magical place to relax and regroup.

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