We’ve rounded up a passel of deals that individual hotels and hotel chains are offering for winter travel. While many have to be booked next Monday, November 28, most apply to hotel stays through the rest of the winter. Below are the barebone details for 19 deals; please follow the links to get more information or to book.
Lake Placid Lodge (above), New York Up to 50% off with rates from $250/night (regularly $500 - $1,500). Available for booking Monday, November 28, through 12pm Friday, December 2, for travel through March. Some blackout dates. For more information or to book, please visit Lake Placid Lodge.
Feeling spontaneous? Travel + Leisure's deputy editor, Laura Begley Bloom, chats with Kathy Lee and Hoda about last-minute travel deals over the Thanksgiving holiday. Watch to find out where the bargains are.
Travel + Leisure features director Nilou Motamed joined Matt Lauer on the last day of his "Where in the World" tour in Barbados. Watch to find out her picks for great authentic eats, affordable hotels, and more.
Last month, T+L celebrated its 40th anniversary with 5,000 people hailing from 26 states to experience the culture, food and music of 35 countries at our first ever Global Bazaar, held at the Park Avenue Armory. As you can see in the time-lapse video above it was a smashing success from beginning to end. If you couldn't make it this time, don't miss out next year on what restauranteur Danny Meyer called "a gift to NYC."
Which U.S. city is the cleanest? The most affordable? Best for hotels? T+L Features Director Nilou Motamed shares the results from our popular annual survey—America's Favorite Cities. For complete results—in 50 categories, go here.
There appears to be no shortage of hilarious (and ridiculous) signs around the world. Eagled-eyed writer Doug Lansky just released his fourth edition of his popular Signspotting book. Check out some highlights above.
Bringing social media to the skiing experience is just one of the ways Vail Resorts has stayed ahead of the curve. And they did it in dramatic fashion, with EpicMix, their app that tracks vertical feet and awards digital pins based on RF-enabled ski passes. Up to now, though, the all-important photography aspect has been missing from EpicMix. No longer.
Sure, you can snap smartphone pics, upload them to your account, and share them on Facebook and Twitter. But Vail Resorts has given the photo experience a couple unique twists.