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5 Hotels to Visit This Winter for Cold-Weather Beach Lovers

BY : Kimberly Fisher | 2015

Winter is in full force on the East Coast. For cold-weather lovers, it's one of the best times to enjoy their favorite coastal retreats without the hot sun beating down on them. If the cooler temperatures are your jam, check out these five...

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52 New Cruise Ships Will Debut by 2018, 25 Planned for This Year

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2015

With the economy starting to pick itself up again, it looks as though the cruise industry is taking advantage of heightened consumer demand for travel in 2015. Boasting a record number of new river and ocean cruise ships being debuted this year, the...

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Meet the $75 Million Members-Only Hermitage Club in Vermont

BY : Kimberly Fisher | 2015

Opened late last year, the East Coast finally got its first exclusive, members-only, private ski resort in Southern Vermont. Located on a private mountain, The Hermitage Club hopes to provide the classic New England lifestyle with a...

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Vacationing at Casa Tres Soles Is Like Staying In Your Own Little Mexican Resort

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2015

Mexico has its share of picturesque destinations and plenty of luxe hotels lining its shoreline. But it’s Casa Tres Soles that really has us dreaming of azure waters and fresh margs in Punta Mita. Sitting on a a secluded plateau overlooking...

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This Mexican "City on the Water" Blends in With Tropical Forests and Canals Along the Riviera

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2015

It has only been open less than 10 years, but Mayakoba, the eco-luxe development on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera, has already achieved a sort of legendary status among elite travelers. Its guests treasure their natural surroundings as much as...

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Is Four Seasons Looking to Expand in South America?

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

If you’re thinking about a vacation to Colombia this year, consider waiting a few months until the two new Four Seasons are open in Bogota. Closed in 2014, both Hotel Casa Medina and Hotel Charleston Bogota were procured by the...

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Eco-Conscious Hutton Hotel Makes Pets and Teslas a Priority

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

You wouldn’t necessarily know it from its exterior, but Hutton Hotel in Nashville has a unique and fun character. Situated in Midtown, the four-star boutique property is fresh and chic, boasting contemporary designs and bright...

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Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia: The Sheer Beauty of California's National Parks

BY : Cynthia Dial | 2015

Polished granite mountains, groves of giant sequoias and meadows of minuscule wildflowers, all beneath endless blue skies—this is California’s High Sierra mountain range. From Crescent Meadow’s colorful carpet to Mount...

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Destination St. Barths: Le Sereno Villas Offer 7,000 Square Feet of Tropical Vacation Therapy

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

Those in-the-know are aware that right now is the best time to visit St. Barths. The warm weather lasts until around April and hurricane season doesn’t visit the island until July. With temperatures floating around the mid-80s during the day...

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Londonís Calling: 5 Reasons To Visit London Right Now

BY : Air New Zealand | 2015

Posh accents, perfect tea brews, and a 2,000 year-old history aside, there are hundreds of other unique events, scenery and shops to scope out in London Town. Check out these five London experiences that you might not know about for your next trip...

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First Look: Nashville Gets Sexier With Second Virgin Hotel Planned for Music Row

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

Last month we introduced you to Virgin Chicago, the first of Sir Richard Branson’s new properties under his Virgin Hotels brand. For his second location, the billionaire has chosen Music City, which, of course, makes complete sense for the...

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Montana's Resort at Paws Up Is Still One of our Favorite Glamping Spots

BY : Katherine Bond | 2015

Camping and luxury are usually mutually exclusive. It's difficult to reconcile ambiguous canned meals and frigid sleeping bags with five-star white linen dinners and heavenly duvet covers. Not too long ago, however, the term "glamping"...

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