Articles Mentioning Wisconsin Hotels

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…

8 Retro Motels for a Dose of Nostalgia

America’s love for automobiles paved the way for the iconic U.S. road trip. Motels, a name that blends the words “motor” and “hotel,” really took off in the ‘30s and ‘40s, when tourists needed a safe and inexpensive place to sleep while exploring the far reaches of the country. These properties provided some of the…

8 Cutest Small Towns in the Midwest

The Midwest is a big, beautiful place with an unfair reputation for being, well, boring. And when this region does get some much-deserved attention, travel guides and Instagram feeds focus mainly on state capitals and big cities. We have nothing against Madison and Chicago, but small Midwestern towns (with a population under around 15,000) might…

Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Around the World

What originally started as a celebration of the marriage between King Ludwig I and Princess Therese in Munich in 1810 is now an international party that involves beer, sausage, sauerkraut, and more beer. But while Munich may be the birthplace of the event, which runs through some of September and most of October, many German…

Places That Aren’t on Your Bucket List (But Should Be)

POTIER Jean-Louis/Flickr Plenty of travelers have bucket lists that are more often than not peppered with iconic sights such as the Pyramids of Giza or the Eiffel Tower. However, if you’re looking to explore places that most of your friends probably haven’t heard of, check out these under-the-radar spots that aren’t on your bucket list,…

5 Places Where You Can Be Legally Topless in the U.S.

Lyndi & Jason/Flickr Tan lines. Who needs them? Men have enjoyed the privilege of walking around topless since, well, the dawn of time. And a surprising number of hotels, cities, and beaches have passed laws and rules to allow women (almost) the same topless rights as men. If you feel like baring it all under…

8 U.S. Destinations Best Visited in the Summer

Summer is arguably the best time to travel in the United States, thanks to warm weather (finally), longer days, and school being out of session. But where to go? Luckily, the United States is a geographically diverse country with a lot of options for intrepid summer travelers across the budget spectrum. We rounded up eight…

12 Best Swim-Up Bars in the U.S.

The swim-up bar at Hotel Blue in Myrtle Beach. When you’re on a warm-weather vacation, there’s something highly alluring about being able to order a cocktail poolside, but it’s even better if you can do so without ever leaving the pool. Enter the wonderful world of swim-up bars! We’ve discovered the best spots across the…

7 Beautiful Hotel Gardens in the U.S.

While we love what’s on the inside of hotels, we also enjoy what’s on the outside — and that includes gardens. Gardens offer guests a scenic place to sit or stroll under the sun, surrounded by perfectly landscaped (or perfectly rugged, if that’s what the designer was going for) grounds. Plus, you never know what…

9 Weekend Getaways for Your Summer Vacation

Memorial Day is almost here, which means summer is finally within reach. Now is the time to plan your weekend getaway (or even better, weekend getaways — plural), so you can make the most of the balmy weather when it comes. Of course, what constitutes a weekend getaway will depend on your location, but we…