Seven years and $134 million later, the reopened Orient-Express hotel features an infinity pool, monogrammed pillows and mystery stairs.
Looking to get away? From domestic to international, budget to luxurious, family-friendly to rugged, we've got dozens of recommendations for 2015, drawn from Los Angeles Times staff, readers and other travel sites.
Welcome, Detourists! This slide show, photographed and written by L.A. Times staffer Christopher Reynolds, goes all over and grows every weekday.
The bad news: The snowpack survey in the Sierra Nevada on Tuesday measured far below normal, leaving California facing a fourth year of severe drought, the Associated Press reports.
Amber Larks, a West Hills resident who attends college in Washington, describes a recent trip to the Gulf of California and Mexico with her grandparents as one of her most memorable trips. The islands she saw on her two-week sailing adventure were unlike anything she had seen before, she said.
Small-ship luxury cruise line Seabourn on Tuesday revealed itineraries and opened sales on cabins for one of its newest ships, the Encore.
If you've never been to New Zealand (or even if you have), Goway Travel has a deal that's reason enough to go.