If you’re looking to have more fun, there’s only one place to go: Funner. Driving through the mountains in North San Diego County onto the Rincon Reservation, you will find an oasis that proves Funner is more than a place–it’s a state of mind.
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After undergoing a multi-million-dollar renovation, Zachari Dunes, a Curio Collection Hotel by Hilton, is set to reopen this fall on Mandalay Beach.
Alexander Valley, located in north Sonoma County just a hop, sip and jump from Russian River Valley and Dry Creek Valley, is a feast for all of the senses. Here, you’ll find a combination of lush vegetation, rolling hills, majestic mountains and – of course – 15,000 acres of planted vineyards.
When you call California home, why would you want to vacation anywhere else? This summer, slay the staycation game with these hot deals, cool packages and must-attend events at some of the state’s top resorts and hotels.
If you’re looking for a tranquil spa getaway in a neighboring state that combines five-star service and world-class luxury, then the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas will offer everything you desire and more.
Omni San Diego offers it all with views of the bay, luxurious accommodations and walkability to all the best restaurants and attractions in Downtown San Diego.
A jewel in the crown of the Golden State, Dry Creek – together with Russian River Valley and Alexander Valley – make up northern Sonoma county. There are between 80 and 100 wineries in Dry Creek, many with bucket-list tasting experiences for any oenophile.
For travelers in North County, the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa offers a host of wonderful, family-friendly amenities and a prime location, making it an excellent choice for those visiting the region.
The latest Hilton Collection Hotel, Signia by Hilton San Jose, is now open and has made its debut as not only the first of its kind in California but also as the largest hotel in all of Silicon Valley. The hotel blends modern sophistication with comfort by creating an elevated home away from home for its guests.
While 30 varietals grow well in the region, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay put the Russian River Valley on the map. “There are more than 100 wineries in the Russian River Valley, and it accounts for about one-sixth of the total planted acreage in the entire county.”