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posted November 24, 2015 by Kristen on the road in New Orleans

In New Orleans, we know food. The city has produced some of the most influential chefs of the past century, including: Emeril Lagasse (“Bam!”), Paul Prudhomme (credited for bringing Cajun and Creole cuisine to America’s culinary forefront) and Tory McPhail (James Beard Foundation winner). A connection these three (and not to mention even more) world-renowned chefs share is their […]

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posted November 23, 2015 by Rachel on the road in Santa Monica

Santa Monica Sign and Pier Surely you recognize Santa Monica’s iconic arched sign that lights up in neon at night. This famous sign at the top of the pier has helped Santa Monica and its pier become an internationally recognized tourist destination and a symbol of Southern California. What lies beyond the sign, however, is […]

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posted November 19, 2015 by Jeff on the road in St. Pete Beach

One of my favorite things to do when I travel, other than explore and enjoy where I’m going, is checking out the local shopping scene. When you visit St. Pete and our surrounding neighborhoods, you won’t see the big-box malls and chain stores on any corner. Instead, you’ll be amazed at the number of local, […]

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posted November 18, 2015 by Drew on the road in Chicago

Can we real talk for a second? I’ll be the first to admit that as picturesque as Chicago’s snowy scene is, it’s really best enjoyed from a living room couch. Usually my winter weekends are a blur of snowflakes piling up on my windowsill, scrolling through countless GrubHub orders and streaming every movie that exists on […]

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posted November 17, 2015 by Jaimi on the road in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is the ideal city to visit during the holidays. Tourists and locals alike admire the sights and sounds of the season from ice skating to theater. Sparkle and spirit abound!  Here are Loews Philadelphia’s top 3 attractions to see during the holiday season: Theater What would the holiday season be without everyone’s favorite reindeer? Rudolph […]

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posted November 16, 2015 by Kallie on the road in Washington, D.C.

You work hard and play hard. You can’t imagine working, traveling or anything without your phone, so it makes sense that you’re in search of a city’s most Instagram-worthy cocktail. After all, you grew up on “Choose Your Own Adventure” books, so you want your travels to be full of new discoveries. If at least one of […]

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Going to the Chapel: Boston Wedding Welcome

posted November 13, 2015 by

You said ‘yes’ to a dress, selected a beautiful Boston wedding venue and choreographed your first dance, so it is time to turn your attention a very important part of your big day: your guests!  We have compiled our three must-have items in a Boston-themed wedding welcome bag for guests. 1. A Boston Map A […]

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3 Dates in the 305: A Couples Guide to Miami

posted November 11, 2015 by Ashley P.

From a moonlit stroll along the bay to a grand symphony performance downtown, there are plenty of romantic date night options in Miami. The only problem is choosing one. If you’re looking to impress a first date, rekindle an old flame or propose to a significant other, we highly suggest following our list of recommended […]

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Sabino Canyon Stop 8

Ready, Set, Hike: Tucson Trails for Every Level

posted November 10, 2015 by Rachelle

Grab your tennis shoes and head outdoors to enjoy the beauty of the desert with these popular Tucson trails perfect for hikers of different experience levels. Beginner: If you consider yourself to be more of a novice hiker and are looking for a fun and easy way to get outdoors, Sabino Canyon is for you! […]

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Dolby Theatre Tour

On the Fly: Experiencing Hollywood Between Meetings

posted November 9, 2015 by Rachelle

Loews Hollywood is home to numerous large conferences throughout the year and is an ideal location for attendees to enjoy the sights of the city during their stay. While the bulk of your agenda might be tied to breakout sessions, keynote speakers and buffets, we have 3 ideas of how to spend your precious ‘free’ […]

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Visit Annapolis

International Delight: Annapolis is a Gem for Overseas Visitors

posted November 6, 2015 by Tracey

As an avid international traveler and expat Brit living and working in downtown Annapolis, guest blogger Pandora Hess, curator of the James Brice House which is a part of Historic Annapolis, often considers the wider world’s perception of this beautiful historic city. Many domestic visitors come to Annapolis for the first time equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of […]

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Welcome to the Windy City: 3 Tips for First-Time International Travelers

posted November 5, 2015 by Drew

When I tried to sit down to start writing something helpful for international travelers…  my mind suddenly went blank. I was born in the U.S. and have only briefly traveled outside to visit The Caymans, where my biggest concern was dealing with “island time” and a resort-wide limbo challenge (see below; yes, I was the victor!), so my […]

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Stay 3+ Nights & Save Up to 20%

Stay 3+ Nights & Save Up to 20%

Let’s face it—one or two nights aren’t enough to appreciate a new destination. That’s why we’re offering up to 20% off room rates when you stay three nights or more at at participating Loews properties.

Offer ends Dec 30, 2015. Not available at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Loews Royal Pacific Resort or Hard Rock Hotel in Orlando.