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Five Indiana AirBnB Getaways

“Safety, sparkling cleanliness and the ability to not have to interact with anyone seem to be a big draw of our home.”

Graduate Bloomington
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Destination Hotel: Graduate Bloomington

It’s an Indiana lovefest at this new boutique property.

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Destination Hotel: The TWA Hotel At JFK Airport

With Sinatra on the soundtrack, Jet Age fantasies come to life in a place drawing nostalgic Boomers and design-conscious hipsters alike.

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Traveler: Chicago’s Luxe Spas

The practice of “taking the waters” is making a comeback in Chicago, though, this time without the hedonism.

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Destination Hotel: Getaway Beaver Creek In Ohio

Experiencing cabin fever? We have the remedy.

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Traveler: Bloomington

Road Scholar

The Don CeSar
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Destination Hotel: The Don CeSar In Florida

The landmark resort oozes Old Florida charm, retro glamour, and seaside luxury, just a short nonstop flight away.

Hotel Distil Louisville
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Destination Hotel: Hotel Distil In Louisville

The city’s first bourbon-focused hotel just opened in a former barrel house on Whiskey Row.

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Destination Hotel: Ace Chicago

Introducing the “hunker down” weekend escape.

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Traveler: Blink Cincinnati

Bright Spot

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Hoosier National Forest: Meet The Van Lifers

Comfort on wheels.

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Traveler: Field Of Dreams

Glamping arrives in the Midwest on a working blueberry farm.

A stylish bar decked out with pink light and a massive chandelier.
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Traveler: Detroit’s Boutique Hotels

These boutique hotels are fully loaded.

A boutique hotel room suite bathed in light.
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Traveler: Chicago’s Sports-Themed Hotels

Chicago hotels steeped in sports nostalgia.

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Traveler: Daylily Farm In Michigan

“When we are running around with big smiles on our faces and appear to be nuts, it’s because we just saw a flower for the first time.”

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