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The Hotel Rate Game

It's a familiar scenario: you've chosen your hotel and now you want the best possible price. Here's what to do.

Musical Notes and Birdie Binges

How to orchestrate a summer of classical music and classy courses

New Course Review

A state-by-state guide to the season's most notable debuts and most worthy redesigns.

T+L Reports: Real Sparklers

Jewelers, no longer merely relying on their gems to bring in the crowds, have conceptualized high-design stores that are, in themselves, works of art. ASPEN:...

The New Casino Culture

No one will be shocked—shocked!— to learn that gambling is going on in these establishments. But as Jonathan Van Meter demonstrates, the American casino experience...

T+L Reports: Ready For Their Close-ups

A handful of North American hotels have gone under the knife, and now these timeless beauties have a fresh new look. Mustique's Cotton House (St....

Play Away: Reno Renewed

Incline Village, Reno, NVOpening: May.Forty years of steady play and heavy snows will test even the strongest backbone, but the Championship course at Incline Village...

Changes in Vacation Homes

From condo hotels to private clubs, a new type of time-share is redefining travel. Shane Mitchell looks at why Americans are snapping up vacation residences...

T+L Reports: Ralph Hits the Slopes

Aspen has always set the standard when it comes to ski fashion—only this season, snow bunnies are taking their cues from the staff. Nearly everyemployee...

30 Best New Courses of 2004

From New Jersey to New Zealand, the year's finest new public, private and international golf courses
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