One way to support sustainable travel is to choose hotels that are doing their part to decrease their environmental impact and protect the environment.
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Did you know that your next travel destination can be a castle? Stay at one of these medieval castles in Europe and feel like a royal.
The Pad offers an alternative concept in lodging in the epicenter of Summit County’s outdoor recreation.
Looking for a luxurious escape to Colorado? With a spa, golfing, endless mountain activities and more, the Broadmoor Hotel has all you need.
With its natural beauty and outdoor activities, Western Maine draws those who love outdoor adventure and small-town hospitality.
Nestled in the Central Costa Rican mountains, Rafiki Lodge offers plenty of wildlife viewing opportunities. With luck, you may see a Toucan.
Some hotels aren’t just places to spend a night or more when you’re on the go. There are accommodations throughout the United States at which guests may sleep where Hollywood stars stayed, lounge in the lap of luxury and relive intriguing chapters of history.
Northern Thailand is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. This lush countryside is home to six unique Hill Tribes, each with their own customs and culture.
You asked and our experts answered. Is this one of America’s most “haunted” hotels?
Virtuoso resorts receive “Best of the Best” awards.
Deeper into the desert, Chelsea stops in a tiny village where gas stations are loaded pick up trucks, and the only hotel looks almost too good to be true