Spain has become one of the most gay-friendly countries in all of Europe. The wine region of La Rioja offers a wonderful opportunity for LGBTQ+ travelers to experience everything the beautiful and welcoming country has to offer.
La Rioja produces nearly 300 million liters of wine per year and spans an impressive 63,000-plus acres. It offers a great array of vineyards, each offering samples to guests. Bodegas Muga is one of the few still making its own barrels to store its wine. Bodegas Marques de Riscal is one of the oldest in the region, and boasts a futuristic-looking hotel and an on-site, Michelin-starred restaurant to try.
The capital city of La Rioja is also worth exploring. Logroño contains a wealth of history museums, historic churches and an incredibly charming Old Town that can be discovered on foot. Around the city you’ll also find beautiful religious architecture, including the World Heritage Suso and Yuso monasteries in San Millán de la Cogolla. If you’re more into the outdoors, you’ll find La Rioja boasts dramatic scenery. The region is a varying landscape of rolling hills, towering mountains and winding rivers. The Sierra de Cebollera Nature Reserve is a must visit.
Have you binge-watched one of Netflix’s hottest new shows, Bridgerton? If you have, you’re probably absolutely obsessed and can’t wait for season two to be released. A new experience from The Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida, just launched, inspired by this period drama, and fans can get their Bridgertonfix before the next season comes.
Say “Yaas Queen” at Cleveland, Ohio’s, Kimpton Schofield Hotel. Celebrate with your squad in the hotel’s three-bedroom penthouse on the 14thfloor. The promotion welcomes a change of environment and allows you and your best friends a chance to stay in one of the most unique spaces in all of Cleveland.
Alexandria, Virginia, is full of cultural attractions, historic landmarks and outdoor activities. With its close proximity to Washington, D.C., Alexandria is a great city to see on its own or if you’re visiting our nation’s capital. There are plenty of things to do for less than $100 a day.
While many people visit Las Vegas to gamble, some go to watch the shows or explore the Strip and surrounding attractions. Almost all of the hotels in Vegas feature an expansive casino with plenty of tables, slot machines and other games. Along with gambling, most of the casinos also allow players to smoke in the casinos. A new Las Vegas resort is about to change the scene.
The sustainably chic h2hotel in Healdsburg, California, relaunched its Living Room styling amenity that allows guests to decorate a suite with a variety of plants from Dragonfly Floral, an organic flower farm and full-service florist. Upon check-out, guests can choose to purchase any of the in-room plants. The offer is available year-round and starts at $150.
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