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Here is Why the Ritz-Carlton Montrťal is the Coolest Place to Stay During a Visit to Canada's Little Slice of Paris

BY : Courtney Driver | 2015

Positioned in the middle of everything worth seeing, the Ritz-Carlton Montréal was a pretty perfect choice for a recent trip to Quebec's Metropolis. Using the hotel as a luxurious home base, I set out to explore the city over the course...

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This 1920's Celebrity Hotspot is Making its Grand Comeback in Berlin and Diane Von Furstenburg Approves

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

Once the Grand Dame of Berlin and a celebrity haunt during the Roaring Twenties, the century-old Hotel Zoo has now undergone a two-year renovation (2012-2014) that is proving you really can teach an old (dame) new tricks. Playing host to Hollywood...

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The Autograph Collection to Debut 7th Spain Hotel With the New Cotton House

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

In 2010 when Marriott partnered with seven Kessler Collection properties to form The Autograph Collection, they began to craft hotels themed around local culture, arts and individuality. Today the collection includes 56 properties with 31 in the...

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InterContinental Toronto Yorkville Shines in One of the City's Swankiest Neighborhoods

BY : Maria Yates | 2015

Before 2015 rolled in, I took my yearly pilgrimage to Yorkville, which is, without a doubt, one of Toronto's swankiest areas. It's also my personal favorite city in the vicinity. Any time of the year Yorkville is trendy and glamorous,...

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Row NYC Hotel Aims to be Even More New York Than New York

BY : Merilee Kern | 2015

Travelers seeking to plunge themselves into the pulse of New York City’s famed Times Square area need only book a stay at Row NYC, an independent hotel that prides itself on offering guests an immersive experience in the very heart of...

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The Hotel Hershey Offers Much More Than Sweet Dreams

BY : Steve Mirsky | 2015

While the Great Depression gripped most of the world in 1931, Milton S. Hershey built an opulent hotel atop Pat's Hill, overlooking his chocolate factory in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The four-star Hotel Hershey is truly a testament to the fact that...

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Manhattan's Loews Regency Hotel Unveils 6 New Designer-Inspired Signature Suites

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

As 2014 comes to an end, Loews Regency Hotel in Midtown Manhattan is also seeing the completion of their $100 million renovations that began earlier this year, with the announcement of six designer-inspired Signature Suites. The...

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1,300-Year-Old Luxury Inn: An Inside Look at World's Oldest Family-Run Business

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

While hotels nowadays are constantly evolving by getting bigger, grander and more technologically advanced, it’s rare to see a property do the opposite and remain true to its original form and traditions. Having been run by the same family...

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

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

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...

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Ink48 Introduces New Heaven Over Hell Penthouse Suite With 2,200-Sq.-Ft. Terrace

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2014

Sitting high up in the clouds and above New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, Ink48’s penthouse has a name that perfectly sums up its location: Heaven Over Hell. Last week, the Kimpton-branded hotel unveiled its completed...

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5 Elegant London Hotels Where You Can Get Your Tea On in High Style

BY : Sean Hillen | 2014

With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, the quintessential English experience—traditional afternoon tea in some of London’s most luxurious settings—is a seasonal practice worth getting into. Credit for the long-held...

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Dublin's 5-Star Shelbourne Hotel is Steps Away from History, Shopping & Stephen's Green

BY : Sean Hillen | 2014

Boasting impressively clad doormen, gilded mirrors, shimmering Tiffany glass chandeliers and ornate marble balustrades, our initial impressions upon arrival at The Shelbourne Dublin indicated that this place was special. Completing...

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