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A River Runs Through It: 11 Amazing Riverside Hotels

A waterfront vacation doesn’t have to mean a trip to the beach. River locales, such as charming San Antonio or rugged Snoqualmie, offer plenty of the same draws as oceans and lakes. Flowing past some of America’s best cities, around mountain ranges, and through desserts, these rivers are the optimal alternative vacation spots for boating,…

8 Gorgeous Hotels New on Oyster This Week

It’s a fun job to do what we do at Oyster.com; every day, we add new hotel properties to our site — with comprehensive reviews, hundreds of photos, and dozens of panoramas — so, no matter where you want to go, you can get an accurate picture of just what it’ll be like when you…

10 Spring Break Spots That May Be Typical, But Are Still Awesome

“Spring break” means very different things to different people. For all, it’s a chance to get away from daily obligations and do what makes them happy. For some, that means long, quiet walks in the beach or hikes along rugged mountains, while to others it translates to booze-fueled beach parties or climbing about on complex…

America’s 10 Most Romantic Hotels for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner (consider this your helpful reminder), we thought it’d be nice to share some of our favorite spots for romance. Whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat along the California coast, or a chic and sexy stay in the Big Easy, we’ve picked out the perfect hotels for couples…

The Best Cities for Falling in Love This Fall

Fall brings with it colorful foliage, crisp weather, and the urge to cozy up by the fire (preferably with a special someone). After all, the season is ideal for spending some picturesque time with your significant other, and some cities are a bit more romance-inducing than others. Cobblestone streets, stunning architecture, and culture-filled attractions are…

Cottages, Inns, and B&Bs…America’s Most Adorable Hotels

Don’t get us wrong, we love a good mega-resort just as much as the next person. But sometimes the large crowds, all-you-can-eat buffets, and 24-hour casinos make for an overwhelming stay. When we seek quieter, more intimate getaways, we head to these cottages, inns, and bed-and-breakfasts for some R&R. Hidden Pond, Maine

Ultimate Luxury: The World’s Top 10 Relais & Chateaux Hotels

A hotel has “made it” when it’s honored as a Relais & Chateaux property. After all, established in 1954 in France (mais bien sur?!), this exclusive association is made up of just about 500 hotels and restaurants, combined, that introduce guests “to a deeper, truer understanding of the Art of Living.” Or, in much simpler…

11 Itsy Bitsy Hotels: Intimate Boutique Properties with Four Rooms or Fewer

This post originally appeared on Yahoo! Travel. People have long questioned the whole “the bigger, the better” theory. Most have concluded that it really depends on the circumstances, and we’d have to concur. After all, in our area of expertise (hotels, of course), sometimes a megaresort — packed with activities, restaurants, and enough rooms to…

The 12 Best Bed and Breakfasts in the U.S.

Resorts and mega-hotels certainly have their perks, but few stays can feel as personal or as cozy as one at a quaint bed-and-breakfast. While the level of luxury and service can vary greatly from one B&B to another (some claim the status simply by offering free bagels each morning), we’ve had the good fortune of…