Las Vegas: The Tub in The Cromwell’s Parlour Suite: A Different Kind of Jackpot in Vegas

There is no shortage of killer hotel views in Las Vegas, especially at night, but give us a room where we can admire the Strip from the comfort of a warm, bubble bath and well, that’s almost as good as winning the jackpot. Almost.

This is the view from room 528, a Parlour Suite at The Cromwell Hotel, the boutique hotel which opened in May (Previously, the hotel was the old Bill’s Gambling Hall.) The suite has over 700-sq.ft. of space with a living/entertaining room that has a small kitchenette and a powder room as well as a bedroom with a large bathroom. The tub, however, is placed in the corner of the bedroom so that it

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Aschheim Dornach: Funky Friday: Inside Munich Neue Messe is Not Kind to Lefties

Eeny meeny miny moe, tell us where’s a lefty to go?

Welcome to Funky Friday, a new segment we’re trying out which features one photo that we think singularly expresses a hotel’s inner psyche. We look for, and often find, a lot of wacky, wild and wondrous designs that seem to have one thing in common: a Type A personality. So why not have a bit of fun as we all wrap up our week by taking a quick look at some hotels that quite frankly, want our attention.

Occasionally, an individual piece of furniture in a hotel grabs our attention, and these artful lounge chairs at INNSIDE Munich Neue Messe certainly did. Are they stylish,

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Wilderness Safaris in Namibia Has a Lodge for Every Kind of Traveler

Nowhere in Africa is the landscape more diverse than it is in Namibia. But diversity is also found in the accommodations of the area and Wilderness Safaris has many camps across the country which cater to all all types of travelers. Here are a few that might fit your needs:

If you’re an adventure traveler, then try Kulala Desert Lodge
Kulala’s thatched African villas provide close proximity to the red dunes of Sossussvlei. A early rise is required to hit the dunes before the sun does, to capture the best light and keep cool for the arduous hike up the world’s largest sand dune. Running down them feels like a mad mix of skiing, walking on

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