It’s not every day you step through the door of an upscale hotel and find a foosball table and bright red cartoons on the wall.
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If it isn’t obvious, we travel a lot. This blog started with the goal of showing working professionals how they could explore the world on a limited amount of vacation time. One of our core strategies is picking hotels that deliver incredible experiences and are in great locations. This collection of hotel reviews fits that bill. Most of these properties would be considered up-market or luxury in their respective destinations.
Hotel reviews like these are a great way to virtually experience a property and decide if it is right for you. Vacation travel is an investment in your happiness and you want to make sure you are getting good value for money. These hotel reviews help you with that decision.
Cozy cabins, beautiful landscape, refined wines, and open space—these are the things I associate with the Texas Hill Country…and the Manor Haus B&B has them all.
When it comes to visiting Annapolis, there are hotels and then there is the Annapolis Waterfront Hotel. With its prime location right on the water and its relationship with the U.S. Naval Academy, there is no better way to experience Maryland’s capital.
The Hacienda Tres Rios is an ecological oasis amid the busy resorts of Mexico’s Caribbean Coast. It’s a great base to explore the Riviera Maya.
The Hotel B Cozumel is the perfect home away from home for a relaxing vacation. This is the place for scuba diving or simply to just be in the moment.
Nashville, Tennessee. Music City. Country music capital of the world. Nashville is the city where dreams are made. And there’s no finer address in this southern capital city than The Hermitage Hotel Nashville.
With over five miles of riverfront access, endless hiking opportunities, and mountain vistas for days, the setting of the Singletree Gun and Plough is a place to completely lose yourself in nature while not-quite-roughing-it.
The true beauty of an all-inclusive resort like the Occidental Grand Xcaret Riviera Maya is that it requires almost nothing of you. The biggest decisions of the day are whether to visit the pool or the beach and where you want to have dinner.
The rhythmic throbbing of the tide as it tumbled against the rocks welcomed us to Cambria. We’d come to the blue and white-trimmed Sand Pebbles Inn to enjoy California’s Central Coast. Perched atop a small bluff above Moonstone Beach in Cambria, the hotel has stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. The Sand Pebbles Inn is
Fireplaces and accent pieces complete the feel that staying at the Stikliai hotel is like being in someone’s (very upscale, well-serviced) French country home.