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Music-Themed Hotel in Budapest Set to Make Some Noise in Hungary's Capital City in 2015

Dec 19, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Come March 2015, musically-themed properties such as BPM, Hotel da Música and Hard Rock destinations, will be adding another member to their hip posse with the opening of Aria Hotel Budapest. Library Hotel Collection founder Henry Kallan will debut the property in a reimagined 1870s building with a classical yet contemporary style crafted by local interior designer Zoltán Varro.

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Taking On China: 8 of the Country's Best Cities to Visit on Your Next Asian Adventure

Dec 16, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The very thought of navigating through China and having to choose which cities to visit and which to avoid, can seem daunting. Yet, with its complicated past, iconic monuments, fascinating architecture and intriguing cuisine, the world’s most populous country has so much to offer travelers.

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Savor a Pre-Christmas Ham With Santa at Singapore's PARKROYAL on Pickering

Dec 12, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

In case you haven't noticed, December is almost over, so if you don't already have plans for the rest of the year, you're really running out of time. Personally, we're happy celebrating any and all occasions with good food, which is why the festive menu from PARKROYAL on Pickering's restaurant Lime is sounding really great. Found on the street level of the Singapore hotel, the establishment's line-up of Christmas-inspired buffets would be a sad thing to miss.

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European Brand AC Hotels Makes its US Debut With First Property Now Open in NOLA

Dec 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

On Sunday evening, the scene inside the new AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon was high-energy; an eclectic mix of guests filled the lobby and AC Lounge for complimentary cocktails and bites during the hotel’s Grand Opening weekend reception. Looking around and viewing guests mingling bar-side, it was hard not to miss the significance of the moment for AC Hotels, as this new property marked their entry into the US market.

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Roasted Chestnuts, Teddy Bear Tea & A Gingerbread Art Museum Await You at The Rittenhouse

Dec 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia has plenty for you to do during the holidays, especially if you like sweets and spa treatments—who doesn’t? Paying tribute to two famous landmarks, the luxury hotel's culinary team (under the direction of Pastry Chef Tova du Plessis) has created gingerbread replicas of Betsy Ross's house and the Philadelphia Art Museum, which can be found near the entrance of The Library Bar

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Vintage Chic Meets Modern Sleek at Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow

Dec 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

First opened in 1883 next to Glasgow’s main train station, its doors leading straight to the concourse, Grand Central Hotel is known as the city’s “Grand Old Lady.” Closed for over a decade, then re-opened four years ago after an 18-month renovation, it exudes a sense of history. Even the reception desks, resembling vintage train ticket counters complete with old-style table lamps, make you feel as if you’re caught in a time warp.

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The Revitalized Condado Vanderbilt Looks to Regain its Prestigious Status as a Playground for the Elite

Dec 3, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Condado Vanderbilt Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico has been a long time coming—ten years, to be exact. Finally re-opened this December, the once historic hotel has undergone a $200 million revitalization which included the construction of new Suite Towers.

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Hotel du Vin Offers a Tree-Lined Victorian Setting in Glasgow's Fashionable West End

Dec 1, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Five honey-colored Victorian townhouses joined at the hip, make up the 49-room Hotel Du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens in Glasgow’s leafy West End suburb. As I arrived, a complimentary whisky awaited me in a cozy sitting room opposite twin reception desks, a precursor to the hotel’s proud display of more than one hundred varieties of the traditional drink in its aptly called Whisky Room.

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Peru for Art Lovers: 2 of The City's Best Hotels Restored From Vintage Buildings

Nov 26, 2014  |   Contributor: Julie Hatfield

Plenty of luxury boutique hotels around the world are filled with good art, but there are two in the city that are art galleries in themselves. In a trend of making beautiful hotels from buildings that originated for other purposes, this country excels in taking the usual and turning it into the spectacular.

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A Rolls-Royce Tour of Grace Hotels’ Posh New England Properties

Nov 26, 2014  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Since the first Grace Hotel opened in Greece’s Cyclades Islands in 2007, the name has been synonymous with the very best in boutique luxury. Now the haute hospitality group has brought their signature style to New England with the acquisition and rebranding of three of the region’s most iconic inns: Vanderbilt Hall in Newport, the Mayflower Inn and Spa in Connecticut, and the legendary White Barn Inn in Kennebunkport, Maine. 

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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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