Tag: Destination Hotels

Only in Dreams

Surf Towns of the California Central Coast

Central California’s undiscovered, undeveloped, unpretentious surf villages are a dying breed. And for the unfamiliar, they probably seem too good to be true.

Left of the Dial

Paris Hotels That Steer Clear of the Mainstream

The only thing boutique hotels have in common these days is a desire to be different. You know it when you see it, and you’ll see it at these hotels in Paris.

Lost in the Labyrinth

Riad Hotels in the Old Medinas of Morocco

Morocco’s labyrinthine medinas were built to slow and confuse invaders. Now, those twisting streets are a desirable feature for modern travelers. So are the riad hotels hidden throughout.

Talk About the Passion

Labors of Love in the French Countryside

Some of the best hotels were created not by a team of architects and designers, but by one or two ambitious visionaries with little more than a desire to get the details just right. Particularly in France.

Antiques Roadshow

Old Treasures Fill New Hotels in the Catskills

New hotels keep opening in the Catskills, and they know why the people keep coming. The history of the region extends through their doors. So do the antiques.

Landlocked and Loaded

Indie Hotels in the Middle of America

Fly over at your own peril. From the mountains to the prairies, these pioneering independent hotels are not to be missed.