Tag: California

Revival Meeting

Historic Architecture Comes Alive in California

More than any other state in the union, California is where you’ll find the most hotels that demonstrate the most remarkable range of design styles. Where this really stands out isn’t with newer builds, but with older structures, particularly those erected in the first half of the twentieth century. Come and behold.

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Cavallo Point

San Francisco from a Different Perspective

If living like a 20th-century enlisted man doesn’t sound like your idea of a luxurious vacation, let us introduce you to Cavallo Point Lodge. This is what happens when the military abandons its fort and the hotel rebels move in — and it’s all right in view of San Francisco.

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Everybody Wants Some

The Universal Appeal of the Surf Hotel

If there’s one thing nearly everyone agrees on, it’s that surfing is cool. And while you may never attain the skills of Kelly Slater or Stephanie Gilmore, you can at least stay in a hotel that makes you feel like you could.

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Inland Empire

California Hotels That Aren’t on the Coast

California is renown for its coastline, perhaps the most iconic in the world. Yet from Palm Springs to the Napa Valley, the state is blessed with inland travel destinations that rival its famous communion with the Pacific. The hotel offerings are no different.

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Big Sur

The Price of Perfection on the California Coast

You don’t get a piece of land as spectacular as Big Sur without a lot of providence. And you don’t get to keep it that way without a lot of protection. Big Sur is a success story in many ways, but not without cost.

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High Definition

Palisociety Broadens the Meaning of Bespoke

The word “bespoke” conjures up images of intimacy and a high degree of detail. Can it also be used to define a hotel group that’s in the midst of a significant expansion? Palisociety is rising to that challenge.

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