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7 Ways Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort Ups the Luxe All-Inclusive Ante

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The newest property in Grand Velas Resorts’ esteemed portfolio is Grand Velas Los Cabos—an all-inclusive spa resort with stunning ocean views and a wide variety of amenities and activities for guests of all ages. No ordinary destination, Grand Velas Los Cabos has pulled out all the stops in its readily apparent quest to provide an […]

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With the global luxury market collectively growing at 4 percent to an estimated $1.15 (€1.08) trillion in 2016, according to a recent “Bain & Company Luxury Study,” coupled with optimistic forecasts that the luxury goods market will pick up this year, the hospitality industry is gearing up for elevated demand among both leisure and business […]

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7 Reasons Dining at Marina Kitchen San Diego Is a Must-Do

Courtesy Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina

Destination-driven gourmands will do well to visit Marina Kitchen restaurant ensconced in the San Diego Marriott Marquis hotel. This innovation-oriented eatery serves up classic Southern California dishes, but with its own distinctive, modern twist courtesy of Chef Aron Schwartz. He is a man on a mission to proffer foodstuffs crafted from the best fresh, seasonal […]

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Anatomy of Grand Weekend Getaway at Boulders Resort & Spa Arizona

Courtesy The Boulders Resort & Spa

::: Turnkey, print-ready 3-night itinerary chock-full of fun and fabulosity ::: Phoenix, AZ. Amid my considerably hectic work schedule and family life where there’s nary a moment to spare, let alone full weeks (or more) to take extended trips, I’ve become a master of the “micro-vacation”—those long weekend getaways that strike just the right balance of […]

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The Queen Mary’s ‘Dark Harbor’ Halloween Attraction Unleashes It’s ‘Evil 8’

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In Southern California and looking for a haunting good time this Halloween season? Then  head over to the city of Long Beach, which is once again playing host to the majestic Queen Mary ship’s spooky spirits of Dark Harbor: Captain, Graceful Gale, Half Hatch Henry, Ringmaster, Scary Mary, Samuel the Savage, Voodoo Priestess and, as a […]

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Six Cool Summer Travel Solutions

Courtesy Daniela Degrassi

New York, N.Y. I get so much joy in helping fellow travel-lovers solve annoying problems and otherwise make their trips easier and more enjoyable. Toward this end, I’m always keeping an eye out for noteworthy innovations that can resolve common annoyances and expedite the fun and functionality of getting from point A to point B. […]

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Sailing Like Homer Over the Wine-Dark Aegean Sea

“Sailing over the wine-dark sea” is how Homer described crossing the Aegean, nearly 3,000 years ago, in his Odyssey. Returned today, neither he nor his contemporaries would be disappointed in what they’d find in the waters that link the archipelago stretching from the Greek mainland south into the Mediterranean. Tweet

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Surf, Sky & Spirit at Tower23 Hotel San Diego

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As California’s southernmost metropolis, San Diego is a veritable coastal paradise that’s widely lauded for its fabulous climate. Often referred to as “Mediterranean” in nature, the region boasts moderate warm daytime and cool evening temperatures nearly year round that rarely reach the point “too hot” or “too cold.” This is just one of many reasons […]

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5 Problem-Solving Self-Care Solutions

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7 Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gifts Under $100

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