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Vacationist: Manhattan, Miami Beach + Mexico City

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There’s something for everyone this week at Vacationist, but urbanites will be particularly pleased with deals at hotels in New York, Miami, and Mexico City. Looking for great ideas for what to do nearby? Try some of our favorite arts and culture venues, from New York’s New Museum and 11 11 Lincoln Road, a 2011 Design Awards winner in Miami Beach, to the Museo Universitario Arte Comtemporáneo in Mexico City.

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VIDEO: T+L Design Awards 2011

Watch the video of this year's distinguished panel of judges—including Norma Kamali and Danny Meyer—discuss the year's best-designed resort, restaurant, museum, travel apparel, gadget, and more. And don't miss our complete slideshow of of this year's Travel + Leisure Design Award winners.

Vacationist: Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Vancouver

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This week we head West, dear Vacationists, for hotel deals in Las Vegas, Santa Fe, and Vancouver, amongst other destinations. Which property is offering rates of less than $100 a night? Click here for more.

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5 Great New Urban Hotels

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Here are some of the hot new urban hotels from around the globe:

Buenos Aires
Prodigal son Hernán Gipponi (who ran the restaurant at the Guggenheim Bilbao, in Spain) returns to his native Buenos Aires as head chef at the food-centric, 27-room Fierro Hotel Palermo (doubles from $170). Gipponi’s menu is the highlight, but don’t miss the killer wine cellar or the seventh-floor pool.

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TODAY Show: Easy Family Spring Breaks

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There’s no shortage of travel ideas for families looking to shake off winter this year. From camping in canvas tents in Yosemite National Park to a kid-friendly luxe resort stay in Texas, check out these smart and affordable getaways for March and April.

Exploring Los Angeles's Little Tokyo

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If that trip to Tokyo to slurp noodles and buy sneakers isn’t in the cards, go for Plan B: a day in and around Los Angeles’s Little Tokyo. The downtown neighborhood is filled with sushi joints, Buddhist temples, and opportunities to try mochi ice cream (reportedly invented here at pastry shop Mikawaya). Check in to the Kyoto Grand Hotel & Gardens and follow the walking tour mapped out at visitlittletokyo.com.

Margot Guralnick is a contributor to Travel + Leisure.

Image courtesy of Kyoto Grand Hotel

Paris’s New Literary-Themed Hotel

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Voltaire once wrote, “God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.” Paris’s new Pavillon des Lettres takes this spirit to heart, and also pays homage to Voltaire himself, along with 25 other writers who were the inspiration for this chic hotel on a quiet street in the Eighth Arrondissement. Opened by the owners of the nearby Pavillon de la Reine, the 26 sleek guest rooms each channel an international author—from Hans Christian Andersen to Émile Zola—with their prose decorating the walls and their oeuvres on the shelves. Didier Benderli, the protégé of French architect Jacques Garcia, has imbued the hotel with a kind of masculine sexiness (dark velvet furnishings; stone floors).

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Vacationist: Lake Tahoe, Bermuda, Rome

201102-b-vaca-squawcreekjpgThis week’s Vacationist deals run the gamut, from a northern California ski retreat to a Bermuda beach hideaway and a palazzo in Rome. Another bonus? Many of the properties recently underwent renovations and expansions, which means that you’re sure to enjoy the best possible accommodations for your upcoming stay. Get your skis, bathing suit, or walking shoes ready now.

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Is a 'Euro Vegas' in the Cards?

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USA Today |  It will be if Sheldon Adelson, best known as the man behind The Venetian and The Palazzo in Las Vegas, has his way. His Las Vegas Sands corporation also has holdings in Macau and Singapore, which have become Asian gaming meccas.

Now, Adelson is eyeing Spain. According to the Agence France-Presse wire service, the mogul is betting on establishing a "Euro Vegas."

He told the Foreign Correspondents Association in Singapore that Las Vegas Sands is talking to officials from Barcelona and Madrid to establish a strip of casinos.

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TODAY Show: Affordable Beach Getaways You’ll Love

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This time of year, there’s nothing more tantalizing than a sunny getaway. Or is there? Sure, a bungalow on the beach sounds great, but what if you could stay there for less than $250 a night? T+L Features Editor Nilou Motamed shares her tips for where to soak up the rays—and save.

Want more? Check out our slideshow of all 30 of T+L’s picks for best affordable beach resorts right now.

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