The United States is an experiential luxury traveler’s dream. If you’ve ever wondered how to get the best of both worlds when it comes to local culture and luxury travel, check out my curated list of 100 things to do in the U.S. How many iconic American sites and hidden gems can you cross off your list?
Dear Luxury Hotels of the World: Consider this an open letter from your esteemed guests all over the world. For the love of all that is good, please stop doing these things.
Walla Walla is an experiential luxury traveler’s dream and a wine lover’s paradise, and fortunately, it is still relatively off the mainstream radar for tourists. But this also means that luxury hotels are few and far between (that’s changing from what I hear!). Opened in 1928, the Marcus Whitman Hotel is a landmark hotel and one of the few luxury hotels in the area.
“A city so nice, they named it twice.” If I could sum up the wineries in Walla Walla in one word, it would be intimate. It’s all about the people — the humans that make the magic happen behind the scenes.