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posted August 1, 2015 by Jaimi on the road in Philadelphia

In 2015, Philadelphia marks the 50th Anniversary of the Gay Rights Movement with a year of commemorative exhibitions and events.  And, according to VisitPhilly.com, Philadelphia continues to be one of the best U.S. destinations for LGBT travelers.  Here are just 3 reasons why LGBT Travel, Philly style is well worth the visit. Location Philadelphia is truly the City of Brotherly […]

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posted July 30, 2015 by Rachelle on the road in Tucson

Summer is in full swing, which means the beginning of a new University of Arizona school year isn’t far away. With the kids away at college, check out Loews Ventana Canyon Resort’s top 3 places Tucson’s art galleries to keep newly-minted “empty nesters” from missing the kids too much! Photo provided by DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun. […]

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posted July 29, 2015 by Jaclyn on the road in Hollywood

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of summer in Los Angeles. Laughter, the crashing surf and good tunes. There’s one place no one wants to be caught dead during the summer in L.A., and that’s inside. Yes, all of greater Los Angeles has decreed that if you go to a concert this summer, there […]

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posted July 28, 2015 by Ashley P.

Long known for its energetic lifestyle, trendsetting fashions and iconic destinations, Miami experienced a record-setting year for international travelers in 2014. We asked Victoria Molina, our Executive Director of International Sales, to give us the local experience for international first-timers. Foodie Haven “The international traveler takes risks with food and Miami means fresh seafood and ocean […]

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posted July 23, 2015 by on the road in San Francisco

Each week this summer we will be highlighting a different San Francisco neighborhood based on those that know them best — our Loews Regency San Francisco team.   This week’s highlights are provided by Michael Dunlap, who is the Assistant Chef Concierge at the newest Loews in the financial district of San Francisco. Michael, how long […]

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posted July 22, 2015 by Melissa on the road in Coronado Bay

San Diego is widely known for its fun attractions, beautiful beaches and pristine weather, but what you may not know is that America’s Finest City is also an underrated hiker’s paradise. There’s a trail for everyone here — however, having lived in the desert for 13 years before moving to San Diego, it’s no wonder why I […]

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Mix It Up: 3 Tips for Great Cocktails

posted July 20, 2015 by Kallie

Class, summer is in session. It’s high time to kick up our feet with a refreshing cocktail, whether at home on the patio or dining al fresco in the city. With mixology becoming a widely recognized craft, the old routine of pre-made mixes with a favorite spirit may not always to do the trick. In […]

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On the Bay: Annapolis Water Activities

posted July 17, 2015 by Tracey

Annapolis is perfectly situated on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Severn River, making it the ideal place for you to embrace your nautical side and experience the historical city from the water. There are many ways for you to get out on the water in Annapolis, but here are some of my […]

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Hayes Valley Highlights: SF Neighborhood Recommendations

posted July 16, 2015 by

Each week this summer we will be highlighting a different San Francisco neighborhood based on those that know them best — our Loews Regency San Francisco team.   This week Loews Regency San Francisco concierge Brian Miller provides his personal favorite neighborhood spots in Hayes Valley. Brian, how long have you lived in San Francisco? […]

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Going Gold: Tips for Exploring the California Coast

posted July 16, 2015 by Rachel

The Golden State is an embarrassment of riches, which can provide quite a conundrum when trying to decide where to focus your California vacation. Can’t settle on just one of California’s many sights? We suggest planning a trip that allows you to explore a whole bunch of our state’s attractions. Cruise the Coast It’s my personal opinion that California’s State Route […]

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Upscale Nashville: Living the Luxe Life

posted July 15, 2015 by Christina

Nashville is the everyman’s (and woman’s) city. It’s wildly approachable. It’s a blue jeans and white t-shirt kind of spot. But we still know how to turn on the charm, get ourselves cleaned up real purty, put on those antique diamonds and pearls and rub elbows with the luxury set just fine, thank you. If […]

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LRPR Anniversary blog

Let’s Celebrate: Loews Royal Pacific Resort Turns 13

posted July 14, 2015 by Ashley

Thirteen. Do you remember where you were and what you were doing when you were 13 years old — that momentous time in your life when you transitioned from a child to a teenager? It’s quite a milestone, right? (Although not one I’d be quick to revisit….) It’s hard to believe one of our beloved […]

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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.