Greater Palm Springs – which includes Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and Coachella – offers a vivid tapestry of diverse experiences from hot springs and healing spas to epicurean adventures and animal encounters.
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Though it got its start as a wine region in earnest in the 1980s, Paso Robles is already among the preeminent destinations to oenophiles worldwide.
If your New Year’s resolution is to try something new in 2022, we have just the thing: check out the animal-focused, family-friendly fun at Carmel Valley Ranch.
Debuting as Marriott International’s first Luxury Collection alpine stay in North America, The Hythe, a Luxury Collection Resort, Vail in the Rocky Mountains has undergone a $40 million renovation to bring guests elevated dining experiences, exciting mountain excursions and opulent stays.
There is no wrong time to visit Lake Tahoe. But in the winter; it is magic. The southern shore of Lake Tahoe—nicknamed Tahoe South and straddling the Nevada/California border—truly has it all.
Among Sonoma County’s best accommodations, The Lodge at Sonoma Resort, Autograph Collection seamlessly blends the region’s distinctive beauty with California-inspired gastronomy and extraordinary amenities. And, thanks to a recent $17 million renovation, it checks even more “wow” boxes than before.
St. Helena is located within Napa County and known for its combination of small-town charm, big, bold wines and epicurean experiences. Here is a look at the “musts” to hit up during a quick trip to this Northern California gem.
There is something to be said – nay, shouted from the rooftops – about boutique-sized beauty that envelops you in a warm cocoon from the constant motion and stress of the outside world. That is what Milliken Creek Inn in Napa Valley offers.
Now through March 31, The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco and The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe are teaming up for the City to Slopes package. The offer spotlight a four-day itinerary with a host of unforgettable experiences–from the city to the slopes of California.
English-style architecture concepts, quaint shops and a refreshingly small community, has garnered a reputation for being the West Coast’s answer to Europe’s historic charm. Whether you’re traveling through on your way up the coast or hoping to stay a little longer, there are plenty of cozy, can’t-miss spots to prioritize on your visit. Here are a few of the coziest places to visit in Carmel.