Journy's Leiti Hsu Took a Solo Trip To The Dominican Republic In Pursuit Of The Greatest Luxury Of All: Relaxation
And now, she’s encouraging everyone to unplug.
How Trunk Tokyo Borrowed The Concept Of A Boutique Hotel And Made It Better
It's all in the details.
Airbnb’s Got Some Competition Coming Out Of Italy
Plus four other travel tidbits the Journy HQ has been hyped about this month.
This Japanese Ryokan Stands Out In A Sea Of Tokyo Hotels
An unforgettable retreat for food lovers.
Journy's Ultimate Taiwan Travel Guide
Everything you need to know, all in one place.
5 Ways To Experience London Without Ever Leaving Your Hotel
Rain or shine, we’ve got you covered
The 12 Best Hotels In Austria To Book For Your Next Trip
Check-in to one of these architectural gems in the heart of Europe.
19 Rumors From Chateau Marmont That Blur The Lines Between Fact And Fiction
We've rounded up some of the best stories to emerge from the hotel and figure out whether they're true, false, or yet to be determined.
Southern Charm In Charleston
People who love the idea of hitting up a smaller town with a HUGE culinary scene, this is your go-to spot.
The Ultimate Guide To The Mysterious Blue Town Of Chefchaouen, Morocco
What you need to know before visiting Chefchaouen, a town known for its winding tunnels and staircases, handmade leather goods, and sites like the Casbah and Rif Mountains.
Gemütlichkeit Is The New Hygge: The Austrians’ Key To Happy Living
Enjoy life the Austrian way
Trade The Amalfi Coast's Tourists For The Dolomite Mountains' Solitude
Discover the gems that lie north of the boot
Everything You Could Ever Want, Here.
Nearly five years ago, the apartment I was subletting suddenly became unavailable. So in a month, I had to move--and having been in NYC for a good while, I knew that I was ready to try something new. Serendipity led me to my high-ceilinged home in a former seltzer factory. I like to groan for dramatic effect when admitting that I live in Williamsburg at cocktail parties. "But I'm nowhere near being a hipster!" I say. We can make as much fun as we want to about how much of a Disneyland Williamsb
Journy's Must-Read Guide To Cuba
Arrival & Visa Requirements Louis RenaudineauSince 2016, you can fly directly from the United States to Cuba. The majority depart from Florida, out of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa and Orlando. Flights also leave from Atlanta, Charlotte, Houston, Los Angeles and New York’s JFK, Laguardia and Newark airports. Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, JetBlue, Frontier, Silver Airways, Spirit, Southwest, Sun Country, and United all fly to Cuba. The airport you land in depends on which airline you fly and
The Best Places To Dine, Sleep And Shop Around Major Conference Centers
Turn your next business trip into a mini-vacation
Behind-The-Scenes Of The Hotel Business With Hospitality Pro Michael Bonadies
Hotels should be a microcosm of their community, not a haven from it
10 Epic Hotel Pools That Will Make Your Instagram Followers Jealous
Soft sandy beaches are great, but sometimes we crave a clean, cool pool. That pristine blue water, those cushy deck chairs—even better if there are poolside cocktails or nibbles. We've rounded up our top picks for luxurious, one-of-a-kind hotel pools around the world. Take a look, then contact our concierge to start your adventure. Marina Bay Sands [http://www.marinabaysands.com/]Marina Bay Sand Hotel, Singapore [http://www.marinabaysands.com/] — If you suffer from vertigo, avoid this infinity
Over-The-Top De Librije Is The Most Exciting Hotel/Restaurant In The Netherlands
It's held at least one Michelin star for the past twenty years
Lounge Like A Local: The Best Off-Season Activities In Nice
Skip the tourists and drink hot chocolate—what's not to love?
How To Weekend Like A Local In LA
The thing I like about LA is that it’s big and sprawling size-wise, but still has really intimate restaurants, so it’s not like going to Disneyworld. I’ve been here for 20 years and there are still so many neighborhoods to explore and great drives to take. I now live in Hancock Park, though I’ve lived in the West Hollywood and Larchmont areas before. LA is just a perfect place to explore the history of California as well as the new and exciting restaurants, bars and stores. Disclaimer: When I g