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Park Hyatt New York: Inside Your New Manhattan Pied-a-Terre

Once the New Year’s confetti has been swept away, New York City becomes a locals-only wonderland perfect for easy exploring by tourists who dare to brave the harsh winter weather.

Joule Hotel Dallas: An Artsy Weekend in Texas

Dallas has evolved from its yee-hawing, barbecue sauce-slathered past into a modern-day cultural hub with international cred.

Farmhouse Inn: A Winter Staycation in Post-Harvest Wine Country

Heading to a post-post-harvest Wine Country for a winter staycation means you get all the perks without the crowds.

Delano Las Vegas: An Aesthete's Escape from the Strip

There are two kinds of people: Vegas people, and the rest of us.

Luxury Travel in the Off-Season: Canyon Point, Utah

While hordes of skiers descend upon the legendary powder-packed slopes of Park City and Deer Valley in northern Utah, the otherworldly, merely snow-dusted desert geology of the southern half of the state—with its towering hoodoos, massive sandstone formations, and deep slot canyons—remains largely overlooked by tourists.

Plan Your Next Romantic Jaunt to Paris

Couples journeying to the City of Light this year will have the new Peninsula Paris (from $1,100 a night; 16th arr.) to call home.

A Sexy Romantic Getaway to Palm Springs

No longer just for bohemian festivalgoers and sun-seeking snowbirds, the Coachella Valley is quickly evolving into a luxurious playground for adventurous couples.

Sexy Romantic Getaways: Aman Tokyo, Japan

Sexy and romantic jaunts to launch the rest of the year. 

Sexy Romantic Getaways: Las Alcobas, Mexico City

Sexy and romantic jaunts to launch the rest of the year. 

Kevin Jorgeson Free Climbs 3,000 Foot Yosemite Wall

Right now, two brave climbers are in the middle of attempting to free-climb the world's steepest stretch of granite, half a mile up, in the peaks of Yosemite National Park. Professional climbers Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell began their journey on December 27 and are the first to try to reach the summit of El Capitan's Dawn Wall in Yosemite using nothing but their hands and feet. If the two succeed to the top, they will make history by being the first to do so without any other tools but their bodies. 

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