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The Scariest Haunted Houses in the U.S.

Susan Sermoneta/Flickr Scaring people during Halloween is a huge business in the U.S. America is home to more than 4,000 haunted attractions that rake in over $300 million per year. And while some of these spooky spots are kitschy, others incorporate Hollywood-level techniques to create seriously scary decomposed zombies, disembodied heads, and mutilated body parts.…

Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras (Besides New Orleans and Rio de Janeiro)

New Orleans and Rio may have two of the most famous Mardi Gras celebrations, but neither place is the original home of the holiday. In fact, it was two French-Canadian explorers who brought Mardi Gras to the city now known as Mobile, Alabama at the turn of the 17th century, about 15 years before New…

The 10 Most Adorable Cobblestone Streets in the U.S.

The undeniable history, charm, and romance of cobblestone streets have a way of winning over even the most stubborn of self-proclaimed modernists. If we’re going to be completely accurate, true “cobblestone” streets are only those that are distinctly bumpy, with roundish stones, originally designed for horses (and their hooves) to get a good grip. Later…

7 Awesome Hotels on Our Radar This Week

We get a lot of compliments from our fans here at Oyster.com. They love that our experts write extensive, comprehensive reviews of hotel properties around the world. They love that our photographers take hundreds of shots of each hotel, and even include 360-degree imagery. They love that — no matter where they want to go…

Our 8 Hotel Picks for True Baseball Fans

When the snow slowly starts to melt away and the temperatures start to heat up, it’s a sign of one thing (in many minds, at least): baseball season. Spring training has begun and opening day for the 2016 Regular MLB Season is Sunday, April 3 — less than a month away. So, for those sports…

11 Awesome Sights You Can Only See This Year

Each year we find plenty of reasons to travel — like checking off bucket list destinations and staying at a new hotel that just opened. While many of those wanderlust to-dos can be accomplished in any year, there are some events special only to 2016. From a wild butterfly migration and historic site anniversaries to…

The 10 Best Last-Minute Labor Day Getaways

Okay, don’t hate us for bringing this up but…summer is almost over. The official final day of the season isn’t till September 22, but most largely associate the end of summer Fridays, summer beach days, summer lazy days — you name it — with that dreaded Tuesday following Labor Day. But we’re all about finding…

Back to School: 10 Great Hotels in College Towns Across the U.S.

As summer comes to a close and Labor Day fast approaches, it can only mean one thing — school is about to be back in session. Of course, degrees and majors are important (kinda, sorta). But when choosing their collegiate home for the next four years (or five or six — no judgement; it’s the…

I Scream, You Scream, These 10 Hotels Love Ice Cream!

July is National Ice Cream Month (thank you, President Reagan!), and we think that calls for a celebration. And considering the fact that we’re hotel experts, our ideal way of commemorating the monthlong event is with a little getaway — plenty of ice cream included. Therefore, we rounded up 10 hotels that love ice cream,…