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Most Sinful New Year's Eve Getaways

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The best spots to indulge in gluttony, greed, and the other deadly sins this New Year’s (and how to atone).

Envy: Malibu, CA

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Why It’s Sinful: Hollywood gossip is a favorite pastime of Americans, and at the heart of it is pure envy for celebrities’ looks, fame, and money. The big stars set up camp in Malibu, a dazzling seaside community with 21 miles of deep beaches. On December 31, book a table at the scene-y Geoffrey’s, where you can watch the who’s who of Hollywood flash their diamonds.

Where to Stay: Co-owned by David Geffen and Larry Ellison, the Malibu Beach Inn is a low-key, stylish oceanfront hotel. Private balconies in every room look out on to Billionaire’s Beach.

How to Atone: Stalk good times instead of stars at Disneyland in Anaheim—you’ll feel like a kid again.

Most Sinful New Year's Eve Getaways

Envy: Malibu, CA

Why It’s Sinful: Hollywood gossip is a favorite pastime of Americans, and at the heart of it is pure envy for celebrities’ looks, fame, and money. The big stars set up camp in Malibu, a dazzling seaside community with 21 miles of deep beaches. On December 31, book a table at the scene-y Geoffrey’s, where you can watch the who’s who of Hollywood flash their diamonds.

Where to Stay: Co-owned by David Geffen and Larry Ellison, the Malibu Beach Inn is a low-key, stylish oceanfront hotel. Private balconies in every room look out on to Billionaire’s Beach.

How to Atone: Stalk good times instead of stars at Disneyland in Anaheim—you’ll feel like a kid again.

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