Travel + Leisure

Travel + Leisure

25 of the Coolest Hotel Amenities, From Pie Turndown Service to Bookmarks That Turn Into Wildflowers

The Halcyon hotel in Denver lets guests bring the greenery right into their rooms with its in-room plant menu. Guests can choose from a menu of plants they’d like to care for in their room, and each plant includes directions on its care and where to place it inside the room.

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Nola.com

Nola.com

Reserve your Staycation Supper in New Orleans this Summer

Where will you go for summer vacation? What if you could go to Mexico or the French countryside, or maybe spend a little time down on the bayou, without leaving New Orleans.

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Haute Residence

Haute Residence

Design-Forward Hotels Offer Home Decorating Inspiration

Noelle in Nashville is An Experiential Hotel That Has Fun. Noelle aims to be a creative gathering place in the heart of one of the South’s most vibrant cities. The hotel curated its stylish look by combining the talents of some of Nashville’s finest artists and makers.

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Martha Stewart Living

Martha Stewart Living

Out & About: On the Road Down South

Stay at the Alida for quick access to the riverfront and downtown—that’s if you can pull yourself away from its cozy-cool decor and cabana-flanked rooftop bar.

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Aesthetic Movement

Aesthetic Movement

Store Feature: Commerce Goods + Supply

Commerce Goods + Supply is a luxury retail experience that celebrates the rich history and storied makers of Texas. Curated by retail expert Christine Visneau, it is located on the street level of the historic Adolphus Hotel in Dallas’s downtown shopping district.

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Southern Bride

Southern Bride

The Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, Texas!

Budweiser Beer’s famous slogan “King of Beers” was coined by the company president during 1879. This same European entrepreneur, Adolphus Busch created Dallas’ most luxurious hotel in 1912.

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Matador Network

Matador Network

7 bars that prove Denver is the next great cocktail city

Right around the corner from Denver's HALCYON, a Hotel in Cherry Creek is an unassuming alley. Take a stroll about halfway down and look for a sign that reads "Stair 3" near an antique brass doorbell. Give it a ring and someone from B&GC will greet you at the door and ask if you have a reservation.

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Edible Nashville

Edible Nashville

The Hidden Bar at Noelle - Lautrec

The Hidden Bar at Downtown’s Noelle hotel is always full of surprises. Each iteration is like walking through a door in the forest of The Nightmare Before Christmas to discover a new enchanted land, only this time the look of the door remains the same. 

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Southern Living

Southern Living

The Best Places to Stay in Every Southern State

Check into a fantastic resort, an elegant hotel, or an intimate little hideaway with authentic character, and your vacation is all but made. There’s no question that lodging matters—a lot. But Southerners don’t have a cookie-cutter definition of a dream location. 

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405 Magazine

405 Magazine

An Adolphus Weekend

There are days when we are compelled to make our homes in places that are not our houses. It is not our preference — the familiar is comfortable, and as editors, beautiful homes are where our hearts are — but we were recently summoned by forces beyond our control (including an emergency dash to the passport office) to make the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas our home away from home.

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Thrillist

Thrillist

These Hotels Are Hiding Tiny Secret Bars in Their Suites and Lobbies

It’s been more than a decade since the word “speakeasy” returned to the modern cocktail bar lexicon. Many of these so-called speakeasies have been among the world’s worst-kept secrets, but they prove a point: We still love the thrill of an illicit drink.

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Eater Nashville

Eater Nashville

Step Inside Nashville’s New Moulin Rouge-Inspired Pop-Up Bar

Channeling “Moulin Rouge” star seductress Satine, Hidden Bar at Noelle is giving Nashville a taste of La Belle Époque’s dark side with its whimsical French pop-up Lautrec.

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Eater

Eater

Here Are the 2019 James Beard Awards Restaurant and Chef Semifinalists

Today, the James Beard Foundation announced its Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists for 2019. And this year, the list promises to be more diverse than years prior.

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Travel + Leisure

Travel + Leisure

It List 2019: Our Editors’ Picks of the Best New Hotels in the World

Just a few blocks from the neon lights of Lower Broadway, a stretch of downtown Nashville has become boutique hotel central — and the Noelle is the most glamorous of the lot.

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Forbes

Forbes

Enjoy Afternoon Tea In Style At These Legendary Spots

Afternoon tea is a timeless, elegant indulgence that everyone should experience at least once.

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USA Today

USA Today

Presidential homes: Famous residences of the commanders in chief

Considering a stay in the White House can only last so long, presidential residences often say more about the president than their official libraries or museums (especially when the home acts as such). 

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