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

There is something special about the bond formed between New Orleans and music. It’s sung in our streets, it plays in our hundreds of venues, flows over our Mighty Mississippi and runs through our veins. Few cities can claim the talent from New Orleans: Louis Armstrong, Dr. John, Louis Prima, The Neville Brothers and Irma Thomas […]

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posted April 23, 2015 by Drew on the road in Chicago

I have very vivid memories of this one family vacation we went on when I was younger. A hurricane drove us out of an 8-year-old’s week-long Floridian paradise filled with mini-golf, tie-dye shirts, and Joe’s Crab Shack. Sure some parts of me would like to think my rockstar karaoke career can be attributed to the […]

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posted April 22, 2015 by Drew on the road in Chicago O'Hare

The Met. The Guggenheim. The Louvre. What do these three landmarks have in common? They are now all located under one roof… at Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel. Well, to be fair, we did complete our Artist’s Wing expansion that nearly doubled our museum-themed meeting space (named after some of the world’s most well-known galleries) –but, OK, […]

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posted April 21, 2015 by Kallie on the road in Washington, D.C.

How would you like to see a 45-carat diamond, 12-foot-high pieces of the Berlin Wall, and millions of dollars being printed, all in a few hours’ time? We’d call that not-your-average-history-lesson — or an afternoon of exploration in the nation’s capital. Luckily for Loews Madison Hotel’s guests, D.C.’s historical treasures are a stone’s throw away. […]

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posted April 20, 2015 by Tracey on the road in Annapolis

No business trip should be all work and no play, especially when you’re coming to Annapolis.  When all the work is done, here are the three things you have to do while you’re in “Naptown.” Salute the Academy Annapolis is the home to the United States Naval Academy, and no trip to the city is […]

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posted April 17, 2015 by Katie on the road in Boston

Boston breathes, sleeps and lives sports. Our fans are loyal and boisterous at every single game and make it an event for everyone to enjoy! These upcoming activities in April are classic Boston sports experiences not to miss. Tour Fenway Park Red Sox Opening Day in Boston is always a sure crowd-pleaser. For Bostonians, this day marks […]

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Theme Park Tips For Enthusiasts: Universal Orlando Resort

posted April 16, 2015 by Carrie

As a native Floridian, I grew up with theme parks basically in my backyard. While other kids were probably hanging out at the movies on the weekend, catching the latest flick, my friends and I were park-hopping at Universal Orlando Resort with our annual passes. But even though this was almost a routine occurrence for […]

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BoomTown: Nashville for the Not-so-Millennial

posted April 15, 2015 by Christina

Nashville is often referred to as a boomtown for its rapid growth and burgeoning arts, music and food scenes. But what you may not know is it’s an ideal “boomer” town too. That’s right, in spite of all the millennial hype, Nashville’s long list of things to do is ideally designed for those who have […]

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Midtown NYC Staycation: A 3-Block Walk

posted April 14, 2015 by Dolores

With so much to see and do in New York, it’s easy to feel like there are more attractions to see than hours in the day!  As a New Yorker myself, my to-do list of things to do and places to go in the city keeps growing year over year.  Fully aware I will never […]

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Discover San Diego: Paradise on a Budget

posted April 13, 2015 by Melissa

“What a change in weather! It was sleeting when I left St. Louis. Here, on the 23rd of February, palm leaves flutter in warm wind and sun.” –Charles Lindbergh, 1927 It’s no secret why San Diego continues to be such an ideal travel destination for tourists from all over the world. With 70 miles of coastline […]

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posted April 10, 2015 by Jaclyn

It comes as no surprise that in 2014, Los Angeles was the third-most visited U.S. city by international travelers. With near-perfect weather, a vibrant mix of culture, and a multitude of entertainment and tourist attractions, it’s easy to see why “The City of Angels” attracts travelers from all over the world. For first-time international travelers, […]

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LGBT Vacations: Traveling “Prideful” in St. Pete Beach

posted April 9, 2015 by Jeff

Being a new resident of the Sunshine City, I recently met up with Robert Danielson, the City of St. Petersburg’s Marketing Director and the LGBT Liaison to the Mayor’s Office, to find out what makes Tampa Bay and St. Pete such a special and memorable destination for gay and lesbian travelers. Robert Danielson, LGBT Liaison, City […]

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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.