Vermont inns, verdant landscapes and farm-to-table cuisine lend much to the character of the state, the very embodiment of an idealized New England.
In the stark shadows of a Palm Springs hillside footed with ancient desert willows, William Mead found a winter refuge.
Reposed on a bluff overlooking Narragansett Bay, Castle Hill Inn was built in 1874 as the summer home of the great Harvard marine biologist Alexander Agassiz.
Each year, we have the pleasure of recalling our travel experiences and singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. Here are our favorite hotel features around the world.
Andrew visits the Ballastone Inn & The Stephen Williams House
Undiminished by wars or hurricanes, Charleston continues to radiate gentility. Its hospitable residents still tend to dress up, maintaining the streets' air of elegance, even in the face of increasing tourist crowds.
With the arrival of spring, our thoughts invariably turn to the dune-fringed coastline, wooded hills and idyllic villages of New England.
Driving north from Estancia Vik Jose Ignacio, it was a pleasure to putter through the Uruguayan countryside, where rolling pastures are dotted with lean horses and piebald cows and punctuated by stands of oak and eucalyptus trees.
We've been asked many times about accommodations in or near Hilo, on the southeast coast of the Big Island.