Board a Luxury RV in Phoenix and experience the Sedona Red Stones, Oak Creek Canyon, Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock. Then head to the Grand Canyon for a 9-hour tour from Flagstaff through the Navajo Nation.
The weather's getting colder, which means it's time to start thinking about all things winter: itchy turtlenecks, the scent of pine, Aunt Edna's eggnog, and crackling fires that warm your heart and toes. We're big fans of fireplaces, whether for cuddling with your sweetie and a cup of cocoa, or just for cozying up with the gals while catching up on gossip. Check out Travel Channel and Oyster.com's top picks for hotel fireplaces.
The Jefferson is our favorite boutique hotel in Washington, DC, with elegant guest rooms and classic American architecture. We love the colonial touches here, like a working dumbwaiter and the intimate library seen above.
Every single guest room at the charming Fifteen Beacon boutique hotel has a gas fireplace, making it our top pick for a romantic hotel in Boston (it doesn't hurt that the hotel is perched in quaint Beacon Hill, surrounded by hidden gardens, antique shops, and gorgeous brick Federal-style architecture).
Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes might be in sunny southern California, but come nightfall, there's no reason why good friends can't sit around a lovely fire recounting the day's adventures and roasting marshmallows. Guests can here can also enjoy a small fireplace in the reception area of the hotel's spa; in addition, one of the spa's treatment rooms has a fireplace next to its copper tub.
The outside of the Ayres Hotel may look like your typical airport hotel along a big highway, but the inside will surprise and delight you with its ornate, European-like decor. The lobby is home to this 400-year-old stone fireplace from France.
The W Boston may be one of the city's most modern, most fashionable hotels, but its designers were also a bit practical: Guests coming in from the chilly New England air will appreciate this fireplace found in the lobby (though no promises on how much heat it's giving off).