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Fun Amenities at the Warwick Hotel

The Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel is in walking distance to two of Philadelphia’s finest locations, Avenue of the Arts and Rittenhouse Square. This stately beauty was built in 1926, Picture 18but was recently modernized in style and in amenities, perfect for those who can’t sleep at night without their 32” plasma HD televisions and granite baths.  And not only is there complimentary breakfast in the morning, but hors d’oeuvres in the evening as well.

If you haven’t caught on yet, Philadelphia loves dogs and they love them so much that the fancy Warwick Hotel hosts Yappy Hours for the furry friends. Nope, no typo there – Yappy Hours are happy hours for fuzzy pups and pup-parents. In the warm months, the Warwick welcomes guests of [literally] all shapes and sizes to enjoy some quality time together outside the restaurant, over cocktails and gourmet munchies for dogs and people.

For those looking for a great location and a ritzy hotel with a lot of personality, the Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel is an ideal accommodation.

Full Hollywood Experience at the Andaz Hotel

In the land of expensive hotels and luxurious condominiums, it truly takes an amazing hotel to make any kind of impression. With views of the Hollywood Hills and Sunset Strip, it is no wonder that the Andaz Hotel in West Hollywood is making such a splash.

With modern rooms featuring panoramic views and flat screen televisions, the Andaz is the perfect place to stay when you are looking for that Hollywood experience. Along with amazing Picture 16room accommodations and amenities, the Andaz also features a rooftop deck for late night cocktails and RH Restaurant & Bar for all your drinking and dining needs.

Though beautiful and elegant, the Andaz Hotel is receiving popular reviews ultimately due to its location. Snuggled up in the hustle and bustle of Sunset Boulevard, the location is ideal for hitting the nightclub scene or daytime shopping. Unlike massive hotels like the Beverly Hills Hotel and Four Seasons, the Andaz delivers a more personal experience that makes visitors feel as though they are staying in a boutique hotel.

With exceptional views and a perfect location, the Andaz is the place to stay if you are looking for an A-list experience along with the A-listers.

Stay on the Water at the Seaport Hotel

The Seaport Hotel has an unbeatable location right on the water and just minutes away from major Boston attractions, like The Children’s Museum, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, The Freedom Trail and the North End. The oceanfront hotel is situated in the booming Seaport District, where you can easily take a tour of the neighboring Harpoon Brewery or even check out a concert at the Bank of America Pavilion, and then easily head back to your room after a fun night out on the town.

Despite its incredible location, there arePicture 50 plenty of reasons to stay inside the Seaport Hotel. The rooms here are open and spacious with a good selection of suites that include a variety of pet-friendly ones for your four-legged friend. And those oceanfront views make any evening romantic while watching the sunset and the gorgeous city skyline light up.

Be sure to make a reservation in advance at Aura where you can sample some of Chef Rachel Klein’s famed dishes, including her signature not-your-typical Steak and Eggs: a tender cut of filet mignon is served with a truffle-fried egg and served with asparagus, potato puree and bordelaise sauce. For a more casual bite, head over to Tamo Bar and sip on a green monkey martini while noshing on some spring rolls. There is also the Seaport Café if you are looking to just grab some bakery treats and sandwiches and head back to your room.

Sleek Grand Opening of Le Meridien

Picture 46What’s black and white and red all over? Philadelphia’s Le Meridien, of course! This sleek spot in the heart of Philadelphia’s business district is a new product from the luxurious Le Meridien hotels. This hot and posh hotel group has over 120 hotels in 50 different countries, so if anyone knows hotels, it’s these guys. In keeping with its worldwide tradition of upscale accommodations, Le Meridien has 10 stories of stylish rooms, a Grand Ballroom fit for weddings and meetings looking over Philadelphia’s magestic City Hall, and a chic bar and brasserie, Amuse, which offers traditional French bistro fare.

All the comfort, plus the award-winning concierge staff will guarantee that you have a great stay while in Philadelphia. Even though the place has it all, if you ever do happen to want to leave, it is less than a block away from the Convention Center and other Philly sightseeing to satisfy every need.

Hotel Monaco Modernizes a DC Landmark

Picture 31In a city known for its historic significance, how refreshing to find a boutique hotel that combines both old world charm with contemporary luxury, all in the bustling hub of Penn Quarter.  The Hotel Monaco, a AAA Four Diamond Kimpton Hotel, is housed in the original Post Office Building, marked by its grand marble exterior and central location in the heart of downtown.  Designed in 1839 by Robert Mills (known for his design of a little something called the Washington Monument), the building was remodeled into what is now The Hotel Monaco, complete with vibrantly chic décor and the well-known Poste-Modern Brasserie.

Settle into your home away from home, complete with 24 hour room service, in-room spa services, pet-friendly accommodations, and fitness center. The central location makes it just steps away from downtown’s Verizon Center, Washington Convention Center and central metro stations.  The Hotel Monaco also lays claim to an admirable “green” policy that is showcased throughout the hotel’s operations and eco-friendly programs.

Insider Tip: For a taste of Washington, take advantage of Hotel Monaco’s complimentary wine receptions.  Mingle with politicians and polished professionals as you sip a little vino at your chic new digs.

Classic Opulence at Taj Boston

Boston’s a city rich in history and the 5 Star Taj Boston is no exception. Since opening its doors in 1927, the Taj (formerly the Ritz-Carlton) has been welcoming numerous guests, celebrities and the “Who’s Who” of America to its Back Bay location.

The 273-room hotel has an unbeatable location at the corner of Arlington and Newbury Streets, making it the perfect place to start a day of luxury shopping down ritzy Newbury Street or peaceful sightseeing across the street at the Boston Public Garden. It’s also a short walk from Picture 24other attractions, from the Theater District to Copley Square.

The classic hotel, which underwent a complete renovation in 2002 to celebrate its 75th anniversary, updated its already award-winning services and amenities like overnight shoe service, courtesy car service and 24-hour assistance. The Taj keeps with the old world luxury feel; dozens of chandeliers hang from each hallway, antiques compliment every room and every bathroom is equipped with a luxury marble bathtub.

Be sure to have a drink at the famous lobby bar with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the beautiful Public Garden and Swan Boats in the warmer months. Afternoon tea here, served in The Lounge, has been a tradition since the hotel’s opening and comes complete with fine china and silver trays.