A good road trip combines colorful history, awe-inspiring scenery and a sense of adventure. Here are some of our top ten best drives.
In the heart of Sedona’s spectacular Red Rock country lies a romantic Inn – L’Auberge de Sedona. Nestled along the banks of Oak Creek Canyon and surrounded by towering cliffs of magenta, L’Auberge offers traditional comforts in a country French setting. Walkways meander through L’Auberge, from the European styled Lodge past cottages with wisteria twining in the balconies to the award winning L’Auberge Restaurant. Lilacs perfume the air in the spring.
Got an itch to travel this winter, but not sure where to go? How about a place where you can find great hiking, golfing, skiing, shopping, and ruins to explore? And, all within a few hours drive of one another? Of course that place is Arizona, a state that offers travelers an endless array of things to do in the winter.
Escape to the stunning desert vistas of The Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch luxury resort. Choose our incomparable Scottsdale luxury hotel for business or leisure and experience services that define the difference between a hotel and a Hyatt. Enjoy views of shimmering lakes from the patio or balcony of your Southwest contemporary guestroom, play 27-holes of championship golf, or dine alfresco as you gaze at the majestic McDowell Mountains from our open-air lobby restaurant and bar.
Phoenix, Arizona is one of the largest cities in the US and certainly the largest in the Mountain region; not only is Phoenix a great place to live but it is also the center where a million vacations start with a myriad range of attractions and venues for visitors of all ages and from all walks of life. Family attractions abound and we have compiled our list of the top 5 attractions for you to enjoy when you visit Phoenix so you and your family can enjoy a great day out and no one is left out of the party.
From coast to coast, the U.S. is home to hundreds of golf resorts and championship golf courses.
The Old Pueblo, as Tucson is affectionately known, is built upon a deep Native American, Spanish, Mexican, and Old West foundation.
Expedia’s powerful No Excuses campaign urges people to examine self-imposed barriers to experiencing travel, and it inspired us to look at our own preconceived notions about travel and those of the LGBT community we represent.