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Dallas — Whether traveling for business or pleasure, Dallas visitors may be surprised by the city's Texas-sized welcome, fast-paced nightlife, and vast number of restaurants – more per capita than New York City. The city is also home to the nation’s largest arts district.

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For a dose of everything’s-bigger-in-Texas hospitality and the city’s intense art and restaurant scenes.

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Deal Alert: Omni Hotels' 72-Hour Sale

April 01, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Looking for a last-minute getaway? Omni Hotels & Resortsinvites you to "Spring into Action" with its 72-hour flash sale.FromApril 1-4, rooms at the brand's ... Read More »


3 Hotels With Eye-Popping (Free) Art

February 27, 2014 by Alex Schechter

A century ago, hotels were simply places to sleep during your travels. Maybe there was a fancy bar in the lobby, or a nice pool. These days, an increasedfocus on ... Read More »


Are Airline Lounges Worth The Price?

November 04, 2013 by Darren Murph

From small mechanical issues to ill-timed blizzards, few of us have traveled in the past few years without runninginto some sort of mishap at the airport. ... Read More »


7 New Baby Animals to See in U.S. Zoos

September 12, 2013 by Amanda Black

Not long ago, New York's Central Park Zoo said a sad farewell to one of its own: Gus the polar bear. He was a fixture at the zoo for more than 25 years and had ... Read More »


Flight Alert: Fly O/W to West Coast Destinations on Virgin America

August 06, 2013 by Danielle Long

Escape on an end-of-summer getaway, or start planning your fall and winter travel early, with this sale fromVirgin America. Fly one-way, nonstop to Los Angeles, ... Read More »


“Take advantage of overbooked flights. If you're not on a tight schedule, accept airlines' offers of bonus miles and cash in exchange for taking a later flight.”

Jim Sherman Founder and Chairman

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