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Because travel in 2017 was RIDICULOUS...
This elegant, timeless hotel brings the glam back to Miami.
Come for the skyline views alone.
Peninsula Hong Kong is everything you'd want in a hotel.
At this bar in Hong Kong, considered among the 50 best in the world, you have high expectations.
I think I just lost weight with my serious gawking at this insane suite.
In a travel landscape brimming with luxury resorts, when does a luxury resort actually become a true luxury resort? Milaidhoo Maldives is a good start.
Less than one percent of Americans have been here.
When this is your view, it's hard to do work. Or, wait no. It's easy to do work, you just don't want to do it.
It's easy to give an overwhelming list of things to do in New Orleans. So, let me not overwhelm you. Here are the four "must dos" when visiting The Big Easy!
I'm actually learning that I spend waaaaay too much time at the computer so....
It's going to be a long journey (14-hour flight) for an even longer journey (one month trip to Asia). But I'm stoked!
This new hotel in Downtown Los Angeles is now the tallest building west of Chicago and has the highest open-air bar in the Western Hemisphere. World record much?
Everyone knows my pup Ruby loves a good vacation. Now that pet travel is on the rise, traveling with her is a lot easier—but there are still some snags. Here's a list of all the pros and cons you need to know when considering traveling with your pooch.
Even if you're airline status, getting a flight upgrade is rare in 2017—but it's not impossible. Here are five ways to realistically get upgraded to first class on your next flight.
Le Cirque in Vegas just made a huge comeback, and I can confidently say it's one of the most memorable dining experiences I've had in years.
I've stayed at hundreds of luxury resorts on six continents, and many five-star properties are truly unforgettable, deserving special attention. Putting together a list of my TOP TEN RESORTS IN THE WORLD was not easy, but here they are.
Flying actually has a huge carbon footprint, and karma has taken notice.
For the longest time, the US population was notorious for having a low passport count. Now, in 2017, I can't believe the numbers. It's crazypants.