The theme park's new hotel features bunk beds, building contests, themed rooms and an appreciation for whoopee cushions.
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.
Point Richmond is a little-known, charming enclave within the far rougher city of Richmond, Calif., nestled a few blocks from the 580 Freeway and a massive Chevron oil refinery. It's a cool find for anyone looking for a mellow Bay Area weekend, with Marin County, the East Bay, Napa Valley and...
Once upon a time, cruising was an all-inclusive vacation that bundled your cabin, many activities and meals in one package. That's largely still true, but today the major cruise lines also have specialty restaurants where you can dine, sometimes for an extra fee.
The Forbidden City – China’s imperial palace through five centuries and 24 rulers – stands in the middle of Beijing. As this video shows, it’s full of remarkable details – and, most days, a seething mass of foreign and domestic tourists.
Two California hotels made TripAdvisor's top U.S. hotels list, and several properties near Disneyland Resort won high marks as best hotels for families in the website's 2015 awards announced this week.