As certain parts of the country lock down, the holidays might look a bit different this year. If air travel isn't in the cards, don't despair as there are so many luxury, driveable destinations all across the country. Whether it is a stop on the way to visit family, or simply a nearby staycation in your area's own backyard—read on to find your dream destination... no boarding pass required.
Caldera House’s Alpine-chic member’s lounge in Jackson Hole
Drive down to Jackson, Wyoming, better known as Jackson Hole, and make a reservation at Caldera House, where the spectacular mountains views, trails, thriving food scene are all just part of the norm.
The Pueblo people considered the Grand Canyon a holy site and made pilgrimages to it.
Set your gaze to the Grand Canyon or cruise a little longer for luxury resort L’Auberge de Sedona, the sought after wellness retreat that rests in the heart of Sedona’s Red Rock Country. Stay at El Tovar's Presidential Suite or the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel and enjoy the best views.
The sacred site of St. Benedict’s Monastery offers a change of pace from the real world.
Get in touch with your spiritual side in Snowmass, CO, at the serene St. Benedict's Monastery.
The Mile High City dazzles at sunset.
Outdoorsy with a touch of opulence is what Denver, CO, does best. Sample local cuisine while taking in the mountainside background behind the gorgeous city and its multiple luxurious lodges.
Street art such as this mural by internationally acclaimed artist Kenny Scharf abounds inside Greene St. Kitchen at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
If you’re looking for a new spot around Vegas, we know the perfect place where art meets fine cuisine: Greene St. Kitchen.
The Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas recently debuted a $1.7 million light show in honor of the resort’s 20th anniversary.
Your dreams of Paris are closer than you think. At Paris Las Vegas, an Eiffel Tower replica and the 25,000-square-foot Voie Spa & Salon are poised to wow.
Red Mountain's Josie Hotel lobby boasts modern cottage aesthetics and ski-inspired decor, including vintage chairlifts.
Just a few hours from Spokane, Washington, step outside the city to breathe in the mountain air at Josie Hotel for (literally) breathtaking views.
The living room of the Thompson Suite at Thompson Seattle
Leave your rain gear at home, and savor the sights, sounds, and flavors in the neighborhoods of Thompson, Woodinville and Greenwood neighborhoods of Seattle, Washington.
Bungalows at The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach have 18-foot-tall wood-beam ceilings and large patios with glass partitions to ensure uninhibited views of the ocean.
A rendering of a penthouse’s main living area in Honolulu with a sweeping view of Diamond Head and the ocean
Plan to stay at this island getaway, and you’ll have all the amenities you’ll ever need at Honolulu's The Residences Mandarin Hotel.
The Irish and Scottish countrysides have nothing on Sonoma Valley, an hour from San Francisco, where rolling hills and impossibly verdant fields come standard.
While jetting over to Napa Valley is never a bad idea, opt for some West Coast leisure with a trip to the rolling hills of Sonoma Valley.
The Post Ranch Inn’s Sierra Mar restaurant, located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA, gives guests the feeling of dining in the sky. In reality, the distance from the restaurant to the sea below is a mere 1,600 feet.
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