Stepping into one of Montreal’s newest luxury hotels is a step back in time — a very elegant time. That’s because the ultra-modern Le Mount Stephen hotel was created behind a historic building – the George Stephen mansion. Upon approach, a doorman in tails and top hat signals the opulence you’ll first step into. A historic marker at the front steps notes: “This magnificent Renaissance-style mansion was begun in 1880 for George Stephen (later Lord Mount Stephen), president of
Aria Budapest, a member of Library Hotel Collection, puts the wow in wow factor with a jazzy wow at every turn starting with a showy keyboard design in the lobby floor.
A rave-worthy rooftop bar in the shadow of one of the city’s most iconic landmarks beckons day or night. Imaginative room décor where funky touches in pink, purple or lime green never veer from luxury continues the playful tap into the musical connection. A cool-vibe indoor pool is lit by blue light and over
Need a break from the thrill rides, waterslides, miniature golf or amusement parks? Try these undiscovered gems on your next Myrtle Beach vacation. On the less crowded southern end of the beach sits a little treasure, The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum. This beacon of culture features 11 galleries with changing exhibitions and an especially friendly staff. Look for paintings, textiles, sculpture, photography, collage and more. Located in a vintage beach cot