Our Favorite Houston Hotels We love to travel far and wide, and we know that you do too! Sometimes though, you just need a quick getaway to a hometown hotel for a little R&R and to let the amazing staff spoil you. Everyone loves a staycation – so we've put together a list of our favorite...
Paris, the city of lights. While this nickname originally appeared because of Paris’ early adoption of electricity, it’s still just as appropriate today as the city sparkles after dark. The iconic structure of Paris, The Eiffel Tower, even has a special light show each evening. One of the most amazing views of this twinkling city is from the Belle Etoile Penthouse, the crowning glory of Le Meurice in the 1st Arrondissement on the Right Bank. The penthouse’s expansive terrace provides an uninterrupted view of Paris from all directions. The Tuileries Gardens are your front yard, the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Sacré Coeur and the Eiffel Tower are all visible as you stroll through your own private garden. All in all, this is a place to feel inspired and delighted by the enchanting city of lights, maybe even a place to kick off your shoes and dance among the stars.
Many travelers are familiar with Austalia’s famous Great Barrier Reef, Earth’s largest living organism; but the less familiar Ningaloo Reef off the coast of remote Western Australia is also teaming with wildlife! Unlike the GBR, the Ningaloo Reef is a fringe reef and has much shallower water. This scuba trip spot is fantastic for the underwater explorer who has a thirst for adventure but may lack the experience necessary for deeper dives. Access to the reef requires only a short boat ride off the shore. Whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles, reef sharks, and corals of all shapes, sizes, and colors lie just below the surface, waiting to be discovered. The proximity of the reef to the shore also allows divers to experience a number of different dive sites without traveling long distances.
qualia is simply stunning and the perfect luxury Australian resort for celebrating a milestone or honeymoon while experiencing the Great Barrier Reef.