Travel is meant to transport you — to other places, obviously, but also sometimes to other times, other worlds, other possibilities. These four utterly unique hotels are full of the magic, mystery, and wonder that travel embodies. These are places you might never want to leave!
When I was a kid, the image that came to mind when I heard “bed and breakfast” was one of an old house filled with antiques, soft four-posted beds, a wandering cat or an old sleepy dog on the property, maybe run by a sweet elderly couple.
Whether you’re planning a proposal or you’re looking to rekindle the spark in a long-term relationship, there’s nothing quite like a beach to bring out the romantic in us.
Most people who love to travel get a kick out of new and novel experiences — it’s part of travel’s endless appeal, after all. One thing that travelers sometimes overlook are the options for novel, quirky accommodations on their trips.
All-inclusive resorts have become extremely popular throughout Mexico and the Caribbean for both honeymoons and destination weddings.
Hotel villa Mangiacane, located just 30 minutes south of the Duomo and central Florence in San Casciano Val di Pesa, Tuscany, is a 15th-century-Italian villa set upon 600 acres of flourishing vineyards and olive groves.
When you think of your “perfect” honeymoon destination, do you imagine palms swaying in a gentle breeze, moonlit strolls along the beach, and romantic candlelit diners? Many people do. No wonder beach destinations are so popular with honeymooners!
Many peoples’ visions of vacations in Spain are overwhelmed by crowded beaches, partying teenagers and being harassed on Las Ramblas in Barcelona. The Paradores hotels rewrite all these preconceptions – the group of truly unique properties scattered across Spain’s rural, unspoilt regions and towns introduce visitors to a history-rich Spain.
Sandals La Source Grenada is the newest of the Sandals resorts, and one of the most luxurious. It also tends to be more expensive than say, Sandals Grande Antigua, but when it comes to the rooms, this resort goes all out: it has all of the top suites that Sandals offers, including the rondovals, and it is the only Sandals resort that has the magnificent skypool suites.
Sandals has three resorts on the island of St. Lucia. While it’s wonderful to have a selection to choose from on this stunning island, it can be difficult to decide which of the three is best suited for you. To help you get a feel for the vibe at each of these resorts, I’ll write an overview of each below.