Haute Hotel of the Month

San Francisco

5 Reasons to Escape to La Quinta Resort & Club Now

If the recent rain made you start searching for a desert oasis to escape the next downpour, you weren't alone. Now is a terrific time to return to the legendary La Quinta Resort & Club. The sprawling property, located just outside of Palm Springs, recently unveiled a haute new look following a multi-million dollar facelift that would make any San Francisco socialite proud to sport. Read More

Los Angeles

The Redbury

The Redbury is so much more than just a hotel—it's an all-encompassing, one-stop-shop destination. But then, it's an sbe property: CEO and founder Sam Nazarian wouldn't have one of his establishments run any other way. As curated renowned by photographer Matthew Rolston in collaboration with Nazarian, this haute hotel pays homage to the golden era of Hollywood with its kitschy, cool interiors and, of course, by its location at the iconic intersection of Hollywood and Vine. Check out all you can expect to experience when you check in to The Redbury. Read More

San Francisco

The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco Turns Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

You'll think you're wearing rose-colored glasses when you see The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco in October. That's because the stately hotel on Nob Hill has teamed up with the Breast Cancer Emergency Fund and will go pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The hotel's exterior will turn pink on Oct. 1 and remain that hue throughout the month, when pink cocktails and a Pink Afternoon Tea will be offered. That's why The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco is our haute hotel of the month. Read More

Los Angeles

Langham Huntington

The Langham Huntington Hotel is a little slice of luxury in Pasadena that, to us, felt like the ultimate secret escape. Given that the supremely elegant resort celebrated its 100th anniversary this year, we're not surprised that others fell in love with it as much as we did. Read More

Los Angeles

Pretty woman

Whether you love it or hate it, you have to admit that Pretty Woman was one of the movies that put Beverly Hills on the map—the city was just as much of a character in the 1990 rom com as its stars, Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. Now, you can take a walk (on Rodeo Drive) in the footsteps of its stars when you book the new Pretty Woman experience a the Beverly Wilshire hotel. Read More

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