Photography by Viceroy Hotels and Resorts
Water babies will want to splash about on the 15th floor, where a 300-foot infinity pool melds into Biscayne Bay.
Photography by Palais Namaskar
Marrakesh is best known for its exotic medina, the historic district, once a fortified city.
There’s a lot to do on Tenerife, the largest isle of Spain’s Canary Islands. But when you check into the posh Gran Melia Palacio de Isora, situated on Tenerife’s sunny southern side, you may struggle to leave the resort.
Photography by Howie’s HomeStay
Howie’s is your home away from home, in the Himalayas. An award-winning 5-star resort, once featured in Architectural Digest.
Photography by Congress Hall
A far cry from the recent reality TV portrayal of the Jersey Shore, Cape May is a genteel stretch of shoreline off the busier path.
Photography by Wheatleigh Hotel
Modeled after a 16th-century Florentine palazzo, this grand estate was built as a present from a real estate tycoon to his daughter upon her 1863 wedding to a Spanish count.
Photography by Houmas House
Built in the mid-1800s, the grand mansion with sturdy columns and generous verandas is the centerpiece of the Houmas House.
Photography by Kohls / Image Broker / Aurora Photos
Travelers flock to the lemon-yellow landmark of the Travel Charme Kurhaus Binz hotel and spa in Binz, Germany, year-round.
It’s official. You’re one of the cool kids. It happened when you checked into the Delano, a beachfront classic, in the heart of Miami’s Art Deco District.
Ride your bike along the Rhone River, perhaps on your way to Lake Geneva or the Voltaire Museum or the Parc La Grange.