Campton Place Taj Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The array of famous landmarks and images is reason enough to go: Alcatraz, cable cars (don't call them trolleys), the Golden Gate Bridge, the pastel boxlike houses packed in, shoulder-to-shoulder, along legendary hills. For a personal and intimate boutique, we recommend Campton Place Taj Hotel and if you're looking for are looking to splurge on luxury head to the The Fairmont in Nob Hill.

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Oyster's Guide to The Layover (5 of 5)

 The array of famous landmarks and images is reason enough to go: Alcatraz, cable cars (don't call them trolleys), the Golden Gate Bridge, the pastel boxlike houses packed in, shoulder-to-shoulder, along legendary hills. For a personal and intimate boutique, we recommend Campton Place Taj Hotel and if you're looking for are looking to splurge on luxury head to the The Fairmont in Nob Hill.
Got 24 hours? Then you've got a vacation. Anthony Bourdain hosts his new show The Layover, where he spends 24-48 hours in a city and covers what to do, how to feast, and where to sleep. Bourdain easily turns a travel misfortune -- a layover -- into a travel adventure. First up: New York City. A high-density, vertical city with tourists and locals from everywhere on the planet, New York delivers -- no matter who you are. Bourdain recommends the luxurious The St. Regis New York in Midtown East and The Jane Hotel in the West Village for a trendy boutique. We recommend the The Waldorf-Astoria, the The Peninsula New York, and The Pierre for old-world grandeur, and Gramercy Park Hotel, 60 Thompson, the Soho Grand Hotel, and The Bowery Hotel for hip downtown spots. The rich French culture, with its historic architecture and 'joie de vivre', blends perfectly with the modern, urban elements of the New World, making Montreal one of the most vibrant towns in Canada. One of Bourdain's favorites is Le Place D'Armes Hotel & Suites in Old Montreal. For kid-friendly, we recommend Hotel Le Crystal, and for the quaint boutique we suggest Hotel Nelligan. One of America's most fashion-forward cities, Miami's couture shopping, A-list clubs, renowned art galleries, and innovative cuisine draw some pretty famous faces, with paparazzi (or Secret Service) frequently in tow. Bourdain recommends The Delano for trendy class in a superb location. For your iconic pick, we suggest Fontainebleau Resort and the breathtaking The Setai for luxury. Scratch beneath the celluloid surface and you'll also find rich cultural and culinary diversity, a thriving visual arts scene, and natural beauty, from beaches and mountains to great parks and un-Botoxed faces. We recommend Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills for top notch luxury and Hotel Shangri-La for a charming, beautiful boutique. The array of famous landmarks and images is reason enough to go: Alcatraz, cable cars (don't call them trolleys), the Golden Gate Bridge, the pastel boxlike houses packed in, shoulder-to-shoulder, along legendary hills. For a personal and intimate boutique, we recommend Campton Place Taj Hotel and if you're looking for are looking to splurge on luxury head to the The Fairmont in Nob Hill.
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