Archive for the ‘Hotels & Resorts’ Category

Resort Review: Live Aqua Cancun

Looking for a non-spring-break experience in Cancun? We found it! Live Aqua is an adults-only all-inclusive resort that focuses on relaxation in the famous Mexican city. Whether you’re looking to take a break from the deadlines and stress of work, or you and your honey want a romantic vacay, consider...
June 17th, 2013 | Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Cornwall’s Best Beach Bars

Cornwall’s Best Beach Bars
If last year’s Diamond Jubilee and London Olympics got you hankering after a taste of all things British, you couldn’t choose a better time to visit.  If you want to follow in the footsteps of the Royals with a trip to London, visit the home of Harry Potter in Northumberland or relax on a gorgeous...
February 12th, 2013 | Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Resort Review, Honeymoon Edition: Gaige House, Sonoma, CA

By Mona Lisa Macalino LG Contributor Sonoma is the perfect destination for honeymooners or couples looking for a romantic hideaway. With its Asian-inspired design and secret-garden charm, the Gaige House fits the bill for travelers looking for luxury and upscale comfort. The Location Sonoma is...
February 4th, 2013 | California, Couples Travel, Departments, Hotels & Resorts, In-Room Reviews, Traveling Solo & Together, United States | Read More

Resort Review, Honeymoon Edition: Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort and Spa

By Mona Lisa Macalino LG Deputy Editor What’s at the top of every soon-to-be-married Lost Girl’s wedding list? Planning a fabulous and worldly honeymoon, of course. For Lost Girl’s editor Mona Lisa Macalino, her honeymoon was something she dreamed of even more than finding her wedding dress. Her...
November 18th, 2012 | Asia, Couples Travel, Departments, Destinations, Hotels & Resorts, In-Room Reviews, Philippines, Traveling Solo & Together | Read More

Puerto Rico Honeymoon: St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

Planning a wedding can be stressful. Cake, invitations, table arrangements, ensuring your feuding relatives aren’t sitting at the same table for dinner—it takes months of effort to cover your bases and think of the little things. Chances are, after the Big Day, all you’ll want to do is fly away...
August 30th, 2012 | Featured Getaway, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Where to Eat, Party, and Stay: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Land of rum, cigars, vintage cars and miles of mild-wave beach, Puerto Rico sits at America’s back door as a year-round tropical vacation destination. Because temps rarely dips below 75-degrees, you’re guaranteed heat and sun no matter when you go. High season generally runs from November to March,...
August 23rd, 2012 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

In-Room Review: The Grand Lucayan, Grand Bahama Island

In-Room Review: The Grand Lucayan, Grand Bahama Island
By The Lost Girls One of the Lost Girls was invited to be a guest of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism to report on the Grand Lucayan resort as they ready for tourist season. While the Bahamas include more than 700 islands dotting the water off Florida’s southeast coast, most people’s knowledge of...
February 27th, 2012 | Bahamas, Hotel News, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Puerto Rico, Hurricane Irene, & The Not-To-Miss Dive Spot We Missed

When we first had the mission to book an extended weekend away using only AMEX points, the three of us chose Puerto Rico as our destination for a few reasons: Direct flights from New York to San Juan were quick and easy with Jet Blue offering daily nonstop flights (we didn’t want to waste our precious...
October 14th, 2011 | Hotels & Resorts, Puerto Rico, Travel Products & Services | Read More

Where To Stay In Grenada

This is the second post of a three-part series on what to do, where to stay and how to eat in Grenada.  Grenada offers a wide range of lodging, from camping to rainforest cottages at $40 per night to five-star, luxury resorts that run closer to $1500. As a general rule, the neighboring islands of...
October 14th, 2011 | Caribbean, Hotels & Resorts, In-Room Reviews, Staying There | Read More

6 Best Websites For Travelers

6 Best Websites For Travelers
by Kathryn Robinson LG Contributor We’re always on the lookout for ways to make our travels easier and more fun. There are a lot of websites out there that promise to do this, but not too many of them actually deliver. Here’s a round-up of some that do. Skyscanner When I was abroad in Edinburgh,...
October 4th, 2011 | Extras, Getting There Deals, Hotels & Resorts, Websites and Blogs | Read More