Archive for the ‘Hotels & Resorts’ Category

3 Best Lodging Options In Jamaica

3 Best Lodging Options In Jamaica
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel News Editor Which Caribbean island is home to miles of sandy beaches, an impossibly blue ocean, bright sunny days and is incredibly easy to travel to? Jamaica. With dozens of flights from most major U.S.  airports, you’re probably no more than a half-day away from feeling...
September 20th, 2011 | All Inclusives, Caribbean, Extras, Hotel News, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Trendy Budget Hotels Starting at $99

By Brenna Lasky Hotels in major cities can cost upwards of $300 a night. While you probably don’t want to blow your trip budget all on a bed, you also don’t want to sacrifice comfort and proximity to your destination’s trendiest neighborhoods. Here we’ve rounded up three hotels that prove that...
September 16th, 2011 | Budget Travel, California, Chicago, City Travel, Hotels & Resorts, New York City, United States | Read More

6 Hot Spots in Jacksonville’s Cuisine Scene: Where to Eat on a Floridian Girlfriend-Getaway

By Patty Hodapp Deputy Editor Forget Miami and Palm Beach: those Florida destinations are old news–everyone goes there. Next time you’re planning a girlfriend getaway, head to Jacksonville, northern Florida’s underrated (and largely undiscovered) gem. Whether you’re a foodie,...
April 21st, 2011 | City Travel, Florida, Food & Wine, Hotels & Resorts, Restaurant Reviews, Shopping & Style, Spa & Beauty, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Where to Stay in Sydney, Australia

Where to Stay in Sydney, Australia
For anyone who’s ever been to Sydney, they know that a good pair of walking shoes is definitely on the packing list. Sydney is a city that is wider than it is tall: You won’t get the “big city” feel that you have in cities like New York or Chicago, but there is still a lot to...
April 4th, 2011 | Australia, Hotels & Resorts | Read More

Lost in Jordan: The Dead Sea

By Brittany Gowan, LG Foreign Correspondent The Dead Sea, located in the Jordan Rift Valley, is a hypersaline body of water that defies “sink or swim”. At 423 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest dry land surface on Earth. As an avid swimmer and water enthusiast, I was eager to visit....
February 15th, 2011 | Extras, Hotels & Resorts, Jordan, Spa & Beauty, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Sri Lanka’s Chic Boutique Hotels

Sri Lanka’s Chic Boutique Hotels
Lost Girl Julie Falconer recently took a trip to Sri Lanka and sampled a range of the country’s boutique hotels. Read on for a selection of her personal essays of her trip experiences. See Julie’s London travel blog and Sri Lanka travel website for more stories. Over the past few years, Sri Lanka...
February 3rd, 2011 | Hotels & Resorts, Sri Lanka | Read More

Lost in Jordan: Petra, The “Lost City”

Lost in Jordan: Petra, The “Lost City”
By Brittany Gowan, LG Foreign Correspondent Petra is Jordan’s most famous historical site. It is an ancient city carved from rock, a breathtaking natural and man-made wonder. As you walk through this fascinating ancient city, you can imagine the original inhabitants living amidst its architectural...
January 18th, 2011 | Adventure Travel, Getting There, Hotels & Resorts, Jordan, Tours & Attractions | Read More

4 (More) Ways to Save Money in London

4 (More) Ways to Save Money in London
by Patty Hodapp LG Deputy Editor London is pricey. But despite the tough reputation of the British pound to the wimpy American dollar, you don’t have to break the bank in killer exchange rates to go. In fact, 2011 exchange rate forecasts suggest the value of the pound will drop between January...
January 6th, 2011 | England, Hostels, Hotels & Resorts, Staying There Deals | Read More

Lost in Jordan: Aqaba Offers a Great Coastal Getaway

Lost in Jordan: Aqaba Offers a Great Coastal Getaway
By Brittany Gowan LG Foreign Correspondent Aqaba, a coastal town on the northeast tip of the Red Sea, is one of Jordan’s southern most points and the country’s only port city. Jagged mountains surround the low-lying water, which gradually fades from turquoise to a bold dark blue. Jordan, Israel,...
January 4th, 2011 | Getting There, Hotels & Resorts, Jordan, Tours & Attractions | Read More

5 Romantic Adventures in the Turks and Caicos

5 Romantic Adventures in the Turks and Caicos
By Holly C. Corbett, LG Executive Editor Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a little adventure, or nothing but r&r, the Turks and Caicos may be your ticket to paradise. With an average of 350 days of sunshine a year, and 83 degree temperatures, the white-sand beaches and almost-hurts-your-eyes...
December 28th, 2010 | Adventure Travel, Caribbean, Couples Travel, Hotels & Resorts | Read More