Whiskey Makes its Mark in China

by Zach Everson. Posted Jul 31st 2013 03:00 PM
Churchill Bar Ritz Carlton Beijing

The world's largest luxury Scotch whisky embassy opened at the end of 2012. Over four floors, the Johnnie Walker House contains a distillery bar with the most extensive whiskey cocktail list in the country, whiskey education and retail space, members-only whiskey vaults, personalized blends and food pairings prepared by an in-house chef.

But the Johnnie Walker House is not in Scotland. It's in Beijing. And it comes on the heels of Johnnie Walker opening a similar spot in Shanghai the previous year.
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Why Vancouver Kicks Ass

by Marielle Bingham. Posted Jul 27th 2011 10:00 AM


Sitting between three bodies of water and the Coastal Mountain Range, Vancouver benefits from gorgeous scenery. Mountains are well and good, but visitors would do well not to be distracted from the city's happening cultural scene.
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Profiles in Mileage: Photographer of the Stars

by Andrew Burmon. Posted Jun 15th 2011 08:30 AM

Adjusting the cameras in Colorado.

The United States glows in the dark.

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Las Vegas Nightlife: 5 New & Newly Renovated Clubs & Bars On The Strip

by Annemarie Dooling. Posted Apr 2nd 2011 11:39 AM


Las Vegas is hardly lacking in the night life department. Yet there are such a plethora of spots in this mecca of fun that figuring out where to spend time (and money) is half the battle. Put indecision aside and grab a drink or plate at these stellar newcomers and oldies but goodies that won't disappoint.
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Inside the Royalton in New York City

by Julie Wolfson. Posted Feb 4th 2011 03:35 PM
royalton hotel

Photo by Julie Wolfson

When planning a trip to New York City, consider several important factors for choosing a where to stay. The city offers 5 star accommodations at posh luxury hotels like the Four Seasons and The Setai Fifth Avenue and some unique affordable options like Fashion 26 in Chelsea by The Fashion Institute of technology or at one of the two townhouses at Hotel 414. The Morgans Hotel Group offers some modern boutique hotel options including the soon to open Mondrian Soho, the Hudson, The Morgans, and the Royalton. The sophisticated lobby lounge and contemporary rooms at The Royalton hotel deliver a stylish midtown New York experience.
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Stay and Play at Atlantic City Casinos

by Annemarie Dooling. Posted Jan 31st 2011 12:43 PM
atlantic city casinos

The New Jersey Shore is not the first place most people think of when they want a luxury getaway, but with its proximity to New York, Philadelphia and other bustling east coast metropolitan areas, Atlantic City is the perfect spot for some quick weekend pampering. With built-in activities, top level restaurants and plush rooms with water views, why give your wallet a workout for a hotel when you can stay on that classic boardwalk in an Atlantic City casino? Here are five of our favorites:
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Niagara Falls Casinos

by Meg Massie. Posted Jan 26th 2011 06:05 PM
niagara falls casinos

When you plan a trip to Niagara Falls, the breathtaking waterfalls will surely be the focus of your trip, but after a ride on the Maid of the Mist and a few dozen photos, what else do you have in mind for your trip? You're not just going to stare at the water for a week, are you? There are plenty other area attractions besides just the famous falls. If you enjoy gambling, you may want to consider an excursion to one of the popular Niagara Falls casinos -- or perhaps even stay there for your visit. Here's an overview of the Niagara Falls casino scene.
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Inside the Magic Castle

by Julie Wolfson. Posted Jan 21st 2011 12:05 PM
Magic Castle

Photo by Julie Wolfson

Few experiences in Los Angeles are more iconic that a visit to the world famous members-only Magic Castle. This Victorian Mansion above Hollywood Boulevard houses the Academy of Magic Arts, an organization devoted to the advancement of magic. For an evening of evening of entertainment and magic, members and their guests must follow the strict dress code: coat and ties for the men, eveningwear for the women. No casual clothing. The castle is 21 and over, with the exception of Sunday brunch which is open to families. The magicians and members believe that following the rules as well classy and respectful behavior helps make an evening at the Magic Castle truly special.
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Top 5 Key West Spring Break Hangouts

by Christopher Curley. Posted Jan 17th 2011 11:47 AM
key west spring break

Like going to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, doing Spring Break in Key West means going to the party. A week of placid serenity this is not. With that in mind, here's our list of the top five Key West Spring Break hangouts, from the best bars to the craziest clubs.
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Bars with a View

by Sarah Rose. Posted Dec 17th 2010 03:25 PM
Bars with a View


These bars have views that command as much attention as the cocktails.
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