Articles Mentioning Massachusetts Hotels

11 Hotels Favored by U.S. Presidents

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue might be home base for the POTUS, but when you’re the leader of the free world, you’re bound to spend a lot of time traveling, too. Over the course of his two-term presidency, Barack Obama jetted off to 58 different countries and embarked on plenty of firsts, including being the first sitting…

The 13 Most Haunted Hotels in the World

From disembodied voices to ghostly apparitions, we’ve heardmany spooky details from hotel guests who have visited notoriously hauntedhotels. While we haven’t had any paranormal run-ins at these spots ourselves,staff and guests have allegedly had eerie encounters that would certainly haveus sleeping with one eye open. So if trick-or-treating or costume parties are alittle too tame…

Best Staycations to Dream About Taking in the Northeast

Although we love to pack our bags and fly to far-off destinations, money and time constraints can make that difficult. Fortunately, there are some amazing hotels within easy reach of our own backyard, creating the perfect escape for even just a night or two. Whether you’re looking to celebrate an anniversary, treat the family to…

10 of the Best Spring Getaways on the East Coast

When most people think about spring getaways, spring break comes to mind. And while that’s certainly part of the spring travel season, it’s not the only amazing vacation that you can take. The truth is that outside of Mexico, the Caribbean, and some parts of the southern U.S, spring is shoulder season. And even in…

11 of the Best Nude Beaches in the U.S.

Whether it’s the dream of a uniform, all-over tan or the opportunity to free yourself in the company of like-minded naturalists, taking it to the nudist beach is the best way to fulfill your disrobed destiny. Europe may be the first spot to come to mind when considering the idea, but from relaxed “clothing optional”…

The Best New England Beach Towns

Steeped in history, culture, and natural beauty, the New England coastline stretches for hundreds of miles from Connecticut to the Canadian border. Outside major cities like Boston and Providence, much of New England’s shores are dotted with quaint villages, complete with vibrant art communities, kitschy clam shacks, and an impressive selection of unspoiled beaches. Given…

The 14 Most Romantic and Secluded Hotels in the U.S.

For some trips, we want to head straight to the most buzzing metropolises, but then there are the times we want to get away from it all. While traveling to a remote island in the Maldives or Thailand would do the trick, there are several hotels in the United States that offer a secluded feel.…

America’s Prettiest Towns in the Winter

It’s October, and that means — in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway — winter is coming. This is the season when even the most popular summer destinations look drab and make you want to duck under the covers. But many charming towns across the U.S. know how to do winter right. From cozy ski villages in…

14 Stunning Fall Foliage Train Tours in the U.S.

Aaaah, fall. The time of year that’s all about enjoying the cool, crisp air, watching the world transform into a canvas of brilliant colors, and of course, indulging in pumpkin spiced lattes. There’s no better place to see the pageantry of the great outdoors than aboard a scenic excursion train, which often goes where cars…