Want a Great Vacation? Go to a Motor Lodge in Saratoga
Not the ole roach motel.
Not the ole roach motel.
Lodges atop mountains and more.
Not the ole roach motel.
Nestled deep in the Hanazono woods, Zaborin is the closest thing to peaceful perfection one will find in Hokkaido.
Santiago's newest luxury hotel is a study in modern design.
A brick-walled respite from the bustling city.
If you judge a room by its view, this is one of the best in the world.
A proper place in Miami, with none of the overbearing glitz of South Beach.
No guilt over excess towels, and all the perks of a fine hotel.
Adopting a better way of life — the way it once was.
Aspen's oldest hotel, historic Hotel Jerome is marked by opulence, ingenuity and a handful of colorful guests.
Marble castles, private pools and turquoise waters offer a welcome retreat from Abu Dhabi's bright lights and fast pace.
A ski patrol howitzer avalanche gun is the alarm clock of choice in Park City.
Dine with Chilean presidents — or, at least, in the same room where they used to eat.
Seclusion and quiet comforts from a bygone era. Plus, all the fine vino you can drink.
A night at the Ludlow Hotel in the Lower East Side proves that small things count in big ways.
Nestled inside Torres del Paine National Park, the Explora Patagonia is the ideal lodging, regardless of season.
The Graduate Hotel in Tempe, Arizona, is just like your college dorm — except clean, well curated and actually worth the fee.
The Jupiter Hotel embraces the persona of Portland -- in a good way.
Just outside Nice, in the south of France, the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat is a place of romance and intrigue.
The Geiser Grand Hotel is the finest hotel between Salt Lake City and Portland. We stayed the night.
Life at Paws Up consists of river-side tent lodgings, immediate-access fly fishing, food from personal chefs, and drifting on the gravel roads in a lime green Kia Soul.
In September 2014, one of the world's most decorated hotels was forced to close after the catastrophic Hurricane Odile. Now it's back, and it's better than ever.
Can you go glamping and still have an authentic outdoor experience? We stayed at Minaret Station, New Zealand's best alpine lodge, to find out.
You'll sleep there and eat there, but Oamaru's Pen-Y-Bryn Lodge isn't what you'd typically call a bed-and-breakfast. For one, there are penguins nearby.
Modern exterior, Mid-Century interior; Wellington's Ohtel is the best of two worlds, all set directly on the waterfront of Wellington's Oriental Bay.
One man's mission: repurposing local materials to build a hotel both in the spirit of Tahoe and a pleasant stay.
Standing in time as a living snapshot of a bygone era, Dunton Hot Springs stokes both nostalgia and sophistication with its 13 meticulously restored log cabins nestled amid the heart of the Alps-like San Juans.
This boutique hostel located near the beach isn't just a place to bunk for the night. Freehand Miami is its own destination.
Can Portland's first lifestyle boutique hotel revive the spirit of old media?
The Ace Hotel's first location outside the U.S. is in Panama City -- and it sure is nice.
When visiting Stockholm, lay your bags down at Ett Hem. The hotel is veiled as a townhouse, with a brick facade and quaint charm, and offers a superb salutation to the Kingdom of Sweden.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out why they decided to name it The View Hotel. Each of the hotel’s 95 rooms features a balcony that faces directly out over the buttes of Monument Valley, providing a thrilling front-row seat for some of the most beautiful terrain in the world.
At Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa, an all-inclusive lodge nestled in the Salt Mountain Range’s lush Catarpe Valley, a wide range of excursions pairs with simple luxury and extraordinary stargazing for one of the world's most unique stays.
Chile's Isla Grande de Chiloé is remote and nigh inaccessible by stormy weather -- but to the brave come the spoils of luxury and untapped wilderness.
Peering over the Hudson River from between two iconically New York red brick buildings, the brand new Hotel Hugo SoHo features a mix of modern urban escape and industrial warmth. This new kid on the block is an excellent place to call home for a brief stay in New York City.
The Gratz Park Inn isn't just the best place to stay at in Lexington’s Historic District -- it's the only boutique hotel in Lexington’s Historic District. You're just a short walk from enough comfort food, bourbon and good Kentucky weather. What else could you want?
Close your eyes. Form a picture in your head of what a historic B&B in the heart of Bluegrass country should look like. What remains though in the mind’s eye should look quite close to Harrodsburg’s Beaumont Inn owned by the Dedman family.
Tantalus Hut has no power or running water. But by backcountry standards, it's still a luxurious pad. Situated in the Tantalus Range of British Columbia, the hut is an ideal base camp for the adventurous and daring who want to take aim at mountain peaks.
Few sunsets beat the one at &Beyond Benguerra Island Lodge in Mozambique, where the sun crawls close to the horizon and drenches the local fishermen boats in hues of orange and pink, all while you sit back and order another cocktail.
Inspired by mid-20th century Paris, with nothing twee or precious about it, The NoMad is one of the best hotels in New York.
Today craft beer enthusiasts have even more cause to visit the Delaware: they have a place to stay. Dogfish Head has opened a beer-inspired hotel, in Lewes, Delaware, 11 miles away from their brewery: the Dogfish Inn. Designed in Brooklyn, the inn has 16 rooms available to rent, each decked out in beer-centric amenities. It’s modern, but doesn’t feel fancy; it's a place where, after a day of sweating, screaming and laughing at the day’s adventures and misadventures, guests enjoy a cool craft-brewed reward, and bounce back out in the morning for more.
This riverboat expedition along the Amazon River pairs supreme luxury with raw rainforest adventure.
Cooperstown, a small town of around 2,000 inhabitants, is a natural seat of Yankee Americana; it's got the National Baseball Hall of Fame, James Fenimore Cooper, and a rich patron family to thank for that. The Otesaga Resort Hotel has been a part of that identity since its opening in 1909. It's as much a part of Cooperstown's mystique as Cooper's Deerslayer or the Hall of Fame's sacred plaques. For the modern guest, that translates to old-school luxury that treasures heritage more than almost anything else.
The question isn't why you'd visit Vegas; it's when. Though you'll never catch the city standing still at any time of year, the summer season does offer a prime opportunity to take full advantage of its palatial pools, gardens, outdoor activities and other ridiculous outdoor venues. We've culled through the city's extensive list of hotels to call out a few of the more noteworthy places to stay in Vegas this summer.