Most visitors might smirk at the idea of ‘old’ in a city obsessed with reinvention. But L.A.’s romanticized past is in vogue, with the newest hot spots housed in reborn relics. Here, the hotels, classic restaurants, rooftop bars and gilded theaters that are buzzing again.
In serious need of a change of scenery, a skeptical traveler heads to Guatemala’s Lake Atitlán, a pilgrimage site for yogis and vagabonds.
What you need to know to assess the pros, cons and potential complications of a trip far from home.
From Miami to Cape Cod, 6 hotels and resorts with unconventional book collections and reading programs.
Splashy new cruise terminals are smartening up in key cities, hoping to attract locals to seaside shops, restaurants, even art museums.
How to tackle Florida’s most diverting domain sensibly? We asked four regulars to share their favorite attractions and distractions.
Unlikely alliances, higher passenger fees and remote pick-up spots are roiling airports and transportation companies Uber, Lyft, Hertz and Avis.
Some airlines are ditching seatback screens on domestic flights—forcing fliers to watch films on their own phones, tablets or laptops.
After decades of political turmoil, one of Africa’s most enticing wildlife destinations is starting to lure back the safari crowd.
A tent with a skylight? These new camps in Costa Rica, Canada and the American Southwest range from simple and modern to borderline decadent.
Not only can hitting the slopes in March or April save you money, it might make you ski better. Here, tempting North American resorts that are worth the wait.
From the Colorado Rockies to British Columbia, these mob-free mountain escapes are bucking the mega-pass trend.
Part of the new Ikon mega-pass ski network, Vermont’s Stratton Mountain welcomes throngs on weekends. A rusty, hopeful skier braves the “high-speed mobs.”
Older skiers can learn a host of new tricks, thanks to (increasingly popular) lessons geared at grown-ups.
You should take many of the same precautions that you would take in other public spaces, but there are safeguards to keep yourself healthy in the air, too.
Siargao, a sublimely scenic Philippine island, is a worldly tropical haven trying not to grow too fast.
You’d think every place would want its tourist sites to go viral. In these four, photo frenzies have led to photo bans or closures.
Extras that show up later can sometimes double the listed price of a room. Now legislators and online travel agencies are pushing back.
A few U.S. courses cater to seriously deep pockets, charging up to $550 for 18 holes. A premium experience—or just a waste of time and money? We argue both sides.
Novelist Tishani Doshi on the “ecotastrophy” threatening the wildlife and prehistoric landscape of Australia’s Blue Mountains.