At GoNOMAD, we love hotels, and we love staying in new hotels every time we travel. Enjoy these features written by our best travel writers about hotels they’ve enjoyed staying in all over the world.
The impressive and by far the largest hotel in West Virginia is the stately Greenbrier Resort, where 5 golf courses, several restaurants–elegance awaits.
Leisure Stays at the Aloft and Element Boston Seaport hotels By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor Boston, Massachusetts‘ most up-and-coming neighborhood is the Waterfront District. With the gigantic Seaport Convention Center and the water views, this section of South Boston has been adding new hotels to complement the robust convention business that’s putting the city on the map. […]
New York City has never seen such a surge in visitors By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor Everyone, it seems, includes the Big Apple on any USA tour. In 2016, New York had 60.3 estimated visitors. Of these 12.65 million were from outside the US! There are 113,000 hotel rooms in the Big City, and by […]
The Goring, in London, Where You’ll Feel Like Royalty By Janis Turk Before Kate Middleton married Prince William and became Her Royal Highness, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, first she was a guest at The Goring. Standing mere steps from the walls of Buckingham Palace for more than 106-years, The Goring is arguably London’s finest family-owned […]
This is the island getaway you’ve been dreaming of, so escape high rise hotel scene and enjoy a tranquil retreat on magnificent Maui.
By Kurt Jacobson The MGM National Harbor luxury resort is open for business. This $1.4 billion property chose 11 p.m. as the opening for the general public on December 8th, 2016. Maybe they thought there would be less madness with a late opening? The crowds were so overwhelming the doors had to be shut before […]
Saving the Grande Dame of the Syracuse Skyline By Stephen Hartshorne GoNOMAD Associate Editor I just returned from a delightful visit to Syracuse, New York, touring the city’s historic neighborhoods, visiting museums and galleries, sampling the fruits of local vineyards and orchards, and chowing down on some of the finest vittles I have ever eaten. […]