Articles Mentioning Tennessee Hotels

What to Do in Nashville (If Country Music Isn’t Your Thing)

While most people associate Nashville with country music concerts and honky-tonk bars, Music City has plenty to offer everyone, even those who aren’t fond of the city’s most famous musical export. Here are but a few things to do in Nashville if country music just isn’t your thing.

11 Freebies You Didn’t Know You Could Snag at Hotels

No matter how well-traveled you are, you’re bound to forget something at home sooner or later. Or, perhaps your luggage will go missing. Either way, hotels are stepping up and standing ready to supply little necessities that their guests may find themselves without. Of course, we’re talking about essentials beyond the expected shampoo, conditioner, body…

7 Theme Parks to Visit Instead of Disney

When it comes to family vacations, a certain mouse has a bit of a monopoly on the market. And while we 100 percent support Disney getaways of every kind, there may come a time when you want to explore other parks. Whether you’re scouting out cheaper or closer options, or just have a sense of…

Where to Go in the Hudson Valley

If the Hamptons are where New Yorkers go to hobnob with swanky sunbathers, the Hudson Valley is where they travel for antiquing, camping, and washing away stress with quaintness. Harriman State Park attracts nature lovers from around the country, while Beacon is an artsy getaway with artisanal shops and interesting museums. Before you plan your…

6 Fun and Affordable Girls’ Trips in the U.S.

Taking a trip with just the girls (or however you prefer to call them: ladies, women, gals, sisters, besties) is one of the best ways to blow off steam, but it doesn’t have to blow your whole budget. It’s entirely possible to enjoy a getaway that’s heavy on fun and light on the wallet, right…

10 Historic Grand Hotels in the South

The different regions of the United States all have their own personalities, and in the South, there’s certainly a flair for the historic, the laid-back, and the grand. Naturally, that makes the area a great place for a relaxing retreat. If you’re looking for historic grandeur while you relax on vacation, look no further than…

The Top Travel Destinations for 2018

At the end of each year, travel experts across the globe publish much-anticipated lists that aim to excite readers about upcoming travel trends. Our 2018 list spans five continents and urges travelers to explore new cities, try new foods, embrace new cultures, and gain new perspectives. And while there are thousands of destinations around the…

The Best Family Hikes in the U.S.

Finding a hike that’s easy enough for youngsters and still enticing for adults can be difficult, but there are several worthwhile hiking trails throughout the U.S. for a family outing. Taking into account scenery, walkability, and accessibility from major cities, we’ve rounded up the nine best family-friendly hikes in America.

Get Your Hands Dirty: 12 Hotels on Working Farms

Additional reporting by Lara Grant Hay! How about a visit to the ‘ole barnyard for your next getaway? Hotels on working farms allow you to leave the fast-paced city life behind — at least for the weekend — and hit the country to hone your farming chops. But don’t worry; the farmtastic resorts that make…

Where to Go for a Cozy Weekend This Winter in the U.S.

The Cottonwoods Villa at Spring Creek Ranch/Oyster With fall in full force (and winter on the horizon), now is the perfect time to step away from your workaday routine and nestle into a long weekend retreat. After a day in the brisk air, there’s little better than getting snug with a cozy blanket and cocoa…