Great news from Vacationist! Starting today, 21 new Preferred Hotels will launch 48-hour Check-In For Japan sales on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday through June 30th at Vacationist.com—and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to American Red Cross disaster relief for those affected by the earthquake in Japan.
Room rates are as low as $50 a night at properties both close to home (Laguna Beach, California and Vail, Colorado) as well as more exotic destinations, from Maui to Madagascar. Act fast, do good, and stay for less through 2011! See offers below.
We’ve got a mixed bag today: a stay at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City gives you coveted access to the blossoming gardens of the city’s most exclusive private park, while a couple nights at Bernardus Lodge means you’ll unwind among grape vines just north of California’s Big Sur. Throw in a British Virgin Islands beach getaway deal, and this summer, you’ll be living easy.
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Cedar-and-glass bungalows, restored farmhouses, a roaring fireplace in an expansive main lodge: there are so many ways to do a rustic retreat. Vacationist is spotlighting three of our favorites today, from a premier lakeside spot in California wine country to a mountain escape in Stowe, Vermont—even a celebrity hideaway on 14 wooded acres an hour north of Manhattan. You’ll stay there for less when you book with Vacationist.
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When the weather outside is dreary, we dream of warm sand and sea. Which is why this week, Vacationist spotlights a handful of destinations close to the pounding Pacific. We’re headed to oceanfront villas in Maui, where surf lessons and barbecues are on offer; an eco-friendly lodge in Costa Rica, where zip-line tours in a dense tropical rainforest can be paired with trips to the shore; and a mid-century Santa Monica stunner, just a few blocks from waterfront Ocean Avenue.
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No matter what your plans are for this summer, there's an easy (and affordable!) weekend getaway that will work for you. Here, a few of our favorites: a foodie getaway in Charleston, a culture-packed weekend in downtown Chicago, and a wellness retreat in southern Utah. For more ideas, visit TravelandLeisure.com/weekend-getaways. Start packing now!
Less than a week after Cinco de Mayo, we’re still thinking about Mexican beach escapes and margaritas. Happily for us, so is Vacationist! On sale now: three deals south of the border. Spa goers will prefer Villa del Palmar Flamingos in Rivieria Nayarit, with hydro-treatments at the 17,000 square-foot spa; beach lovers will opt for Grand Bay Hotel Isla Navidad Resort, on a private island off Manzanillo; and for those of you just looking for a rocking good time? There’s always Cabo San Lucas, and a stay at Marquis for more than 44 percent off the standard rack rate.
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Today, Travel + Leisure unveils its sixth annual list of "It" hotels. Editors scoured the globe for the best new properties—from the Trump SoHo in New York City to Liz Lambert's stylish new Hotel Havana on San Antonio's Riverwalk—some of which are less than $300/night.
May is just around the corner, so we’re thinking about easy weekend getaways that are perfect for the warm weather months. First up is PlumpJack, a mountainside retreat at the base of Squaw Valley, well-situated for hikers and cyclists looking for outdoor adventure a few hours outside San Francisco. Sybarites will love the Riviera Palm Springs, a newly-renovated resort 100 miles from L.A. with a grand spa and expansive gardens.
Travel + Leisure editor Sarah Spagnolo discusses America's best (and most beautiful) landmarks, including the Washington Monument and New Orleans' Garden District. Read the complete article here, and let us know if you agree with our list.