Casa Kimberly in Puerto Vallarta comes with an old-school Hollywood pedigree.
Richard Burton bought the home for then love interest Elizabeth Taylor while he was filming "Night of the Iguana" in 1964 in the Mexican coastal town. At the time, Puerto Vallarta was a little fishing village, not a mega-resort destination.Read more
Turkey, a growing travel destination in recent years, has been a repeat terrorist target in recent months. Before you book that Turkish trip – or cancel it -- consider these five points.
The U.S. State Department is increasingly nervous. On Feb.Read more
Luxury lodging has returned to Lanai -- the little-visited island owned by billionaire Larry Ellison -- with this month’s reopening of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai.
Formerly known as Four Seasons at Manele Bay, the upscale resort was shuttered eight months ago for a reported $75-million renovation that includes a new pool complex (Four Seasons won't confirm that figure).Read more
Pampered campers: Ready for glamping on water? Houseboats replace the luxury tent or camper and come with personal chefs for an upscale weekend on the water this spring in Southern Nevada.Read more
To the friends who asked: “Why Death Valley? What is there to do there?”
I answer: Wildflowers. OK, yes, stark, stunning landscapes. But, now, especially, wildflowers.
Thanks to heavy rains that sparked flash floods in October and the late January moisture, Death Valley National Park and its surroundings are alive and blooming.Read more
The cruise ship United States isn't one anyone has heard much about — until now.
Crystal Cruises announced last week that it would rebuild and restore the historic American-made liner that on its 1952 maiden voyage captured the transatlantic speed record for large ships. The ship traveled roughly 40 mph and made the crossing from New York Harbor to Cornwall, England, in three days, 10 hours, 40 minutes.Read more