From where to stay to what to eat, we've got all the destination details for your next vacation. Which hot spots and must-sees made our editorially approved cut?
Is there a city more magical, more historic, more culturally significant and more deliciously intoxicating than New Orleans? Filled with secret back rooms, cobblestoned alleys, and ancient bars, it’s a city of decadent, spicy cuisine, unique shopping, romance, and debauchery. New Orleans is a trip destination to be treasured.
Evolving from a wild Prohibition town to a quiet spa haven, Saratoga, California, is making its mark as a favorite weekend-getaway destination. This Silicon Valley bedroom community has served as a retreat for the CEOs of Google, Apple, and Lockheed over the years—but its charming appeal is no longer a secret. Discover why we love this little city, rooted in rich history with a modern relevancy.
South Beach, a neighborhood of Miami, is often the first destination most people think of when planning a trip to the city. And with hundreds of clubs, restaurants, boutiques, and some of the country’s most famous hotels lining the streets, it’s no surprise why. Know which ones to check out on your next trip.
With its eclectic neighborhoods, unique culture, and eccentric charm, there’s something incredibly special about the City by the Bay. Whether you already have a trip to San Francisco in the works or are considering a visit, make sure to add some of our favorite spots to your itinerary.
It’s time to pack up your stylish vineyard-ready looks, hire a designated driver, and hit the road with your hollow leg in tow. Nestled in breathtaking Napa County, quaint Yountville is best known for Thomas Keller’s French Laundry, but that’s only the start when it comes to the array of gems in this Northern Californian town.
Bring Patrice Grell Yursik of Afrobella to Key West with you! Or at least take her advice on where to stay and what to do in the mid-Keys. The hot spots on and around Duval Street are yours for the taking.
Hallie Wilson, the Editor of corals + cognacs and a six-year Chicago veteran, shares her tips on where to eat, stay, shop, and spa in the Windy City. Her first words of advice? Leave Magnificent Mile for the tourists (unless you’re going to Zara, in which case: carry on).
On the opposite side of Mykonos and Santorini lies the lesser known but equally beautiful island of Zakynthos. Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas have stopped by on their yacht multiple summers in a row, and with so much natural beauty radiating from every angle of the island, it’s not difficult to see why. You can get around the island in a day; check out these hot spots along the way.
Although commonly relegated to a cruise ship stop, the Mayan isle of Cozumel is well worth a visit as a destination of its own. Mexico’s largest island, located just 17 miles from Playa Del Carmen, offers adventure, sports, all kinds of eating and drinking, and of course plenty of sun, beach, and relaxation. All you need to worry about is bringing along Glam's curated guide to island living.
Atlantic City has a storied history filled with glamour and gambling. Which is to say, you'll need to hit up the club as much as the casino on your next visit. Resident beauty guru Valis Vicenty, who's a Jersey girl herself, knows a thing or two about this weekend hot spot.