Today’s featured entry in our Best Travel Tip Contest–the one with the $15,000 trip to Charleston, South Carolina, as the prize–is a piece of advice that goes without saying, yet bears repeating, as it can enhance a trip more than…
Today’s featured tip, submitted to our Best Travel Tip Contest, comes from Jan Schroder of the Girl on the Go travel blog, in which “Travel Journalist Jan Schroder Explores the Planet, One Drink at a Time.” Her advice: “Find the best food and shopping in any airport with the amazing app GateGuru. I had a killer Reuben sandwich during a layover in Chicago, just by entering the airline code and terminal, then reading the reviews of different restaurants.”
Whoever wins our Best Travel Tip Contest will get to spend the final three nights of their seven-night trip to Charleston, S.C., at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island and play a round of golf on its Ocean Course, host to…
In Charleston’s 21-room Wentworth Mansion, everyone’s a V.I.P. But at enormous hotels in Vegas, Orlando, or New York City, you can easily get lost and ignored among thousands of other guests…unless you know the tricks for snagging priority treatment. Here’s a strategy submitted to our Best Travel Tip Contest by reader Tiffanie Beecham of Just Task Me! Tiffanie’s tip:
We’re giving away a $15,000 weeklong vacation for four to Charleston, South Carolina–four nights in the city (pictured above) followed by three nights by the sea. For a shot at winning the $15,000 vacation extravanganza for you and up to…
Enter our Best Travel Tip Contest and you could win a $15,000 vacation for four to Condé Nast Traveler readers’ favorite U.S. city: Charleston, South Carolina
Check out Stephen Colbert’s hilarious remarks about his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, at Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards ceremony, October 10, 2011.
Today marks the launch of a new site called Mightybell that offers step-by-step advice for how to accomplish all manner of things–from losing weight to reducing your carbon footprint to traveling better. What’s cool is that anyone can create a Mightybell “Experience,” including you. The Experience I’ve created
Ditch your phone and escape from civilization in an ocean-side, palm-thatched bungalow on Chumbe Island, Zanzibar. This eco-friendly experience is not exactly roughing it, though–count on nice, hot showers and rooms outfitted in African fabrics, traditional art, and hand-carved furniture.
Looking for an affordable hotel room in New York City’s trendy hot spot, the West Village? Nine quaint rooms are split between two Hudson Street brownstones and are packed with romantic touches like four-poster canopy beds and exposed brick walls