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Monday, February 6th, 2012

The Clifton Inn; Charlottesville, Virginia

Classic Elegance & Refined Southern Hospitality Rolling hills speckled with vineyards, sprawling country estates, horse farms and historic homes make up the scenic backdrop of lovely Charlottesville, Virginia. Offering an abundance of natural beauty, history and urban sophistication, Charlottesville is truly a special place. Ranked consistently as one of the best small cities to live in America, Charlottesville

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Hotel Review: The Belle of the Boardwalk – Hilton Virginia Beach Oceanfront

As a Floridian, I have seen my share of beaches and coastal communities. So it is a delight to discover a beautiful seaside city that makes the grade-rivalling even some of my favorite resort towns in the sunshine state. Virginia...

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

Hotel Review: Legendary Luxury in Las Vegas – The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino makes it so easy to “stay and play” like a Rock Star. This fun and fab Las Vegas boutique property offers visitors a glimpse into music history with over $3 million in...

Monday, October 10th, 2011

A RETRO-FIT for the Plaza Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas

The Plaza Hotel & Casino has had a long and colorful history. Deputing as the Union Plaza Hotel in 1971, the casino property has stood the test of time. Now 40 years and $35 million in renovations...

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Hotel Review: Sweet Serenity with Loews Lake Las Vegas

The Strip, undeniably, continues to be the top Las Vegas attraction captivating and entertaining visitors with it’s high-energy glitz, glamour and 24/7 nightlife. But for those seeking sunshine and sweet serenity in a spectacular desert oasis setting, travel beyond the city lights to the quaint village of...

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Hotel Review: A Chilean Wine Country Heavenly Hacienda – La Casona & Matetic Vineyards

Since the first vines were planted by missionaries in the 16th Century, wine has long been a  Chilean national treasure to be savoured and shared. Today, those original vines have blossomed into a booming business turning Chile’s grapes into...

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Hotel Review: Auberge du Vieux-Port, Montreal, Canada

Romance is a ritual at the Auberge du Vieux-Port, an elegant and historic boutique hotel in Montreal’s colorful old quarter. At first glance it is easy to understand why love is in the air. The setting is simply superb!...

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