Part of what defines a getaway is the freedom from responsibility. A new place, some refreshing faces and warm bodies, no reservations. Cutting away the puppet strings from the people we have to answer to and the paperwork on our desks is what a vacation should be. So spread your wings a little and go wild in one of the best venues in the country – the hotel.
Believe it or not hotels have the most chill places to lounge or bump and grind the night away. There are the infinity pools, rooftop bars selling the most knockout drinks, the restaurants and hotel-based clubs which only allow A-listers to go through and not to mention the grand rooms which can house concerts or large events. In this list we have compiled the best places to get down for a wild night.
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When you live in a city with topnotch hotels and malls where luxury shopping is the main event, it’s easy to drain out your bank account. For example, Mojitos in Miami can cost as much as $15, and if you’re a Mojito-lover, you’ll know how fast you can blow off your salary. There are ways for you to dodge the spender’s traps, though. For example, if you must have a Mojito after work, you can stick to places with Happy Hour specials.
Even if you’re just traveling to these cities, you should take the time to do the math. It might take some of the fun out of traveling, but it’ll keep your budget (and sanity) intact. Below are the most expensive cities in America to watch out for and what you should expect from them before you purchase your plane ticket.
With L.A. Live finally nearing completion, Los Angeles is truly becoming the entertainment capital of the west coast. An entertainment center supported by an extensive network of theaters, bars, and restaurants, L.A. Live is an entertainment mecca like no other, and truly an impressive sight to behold for any tourist.
Anchored by the Staples Center, home of four different major sports teams, L.A. Live consists of an outdoor shopping area, a world class theater, numerous clubs, restaurants, movie theaters, and mall stores – it even boasts two separate five-star hotels on the same property and even luxury condominiums starting at over $1,000,000 each! As if that weren’t enough, as a testament to it’s worldwide clout, L.A. Live is also the proud home of the Rock and Roll Hall of fame museum, which, for the budget traveller, is open free to the public.
Sushi has exploded in popularity since it’s introduction to the mainstream in the early 1980’s. Now, it’s impossible to travel a few blocks without seeing at least one sushi restaurant. However, not all sushi restaurants are created equal. While some cater to the masses, others fill various niches – fusion, traditional, various styles, etc. One particular style, omakase (chef’s choice in Japanese), has been pleasing hardcore sushi enthusiasts for decades. For those searching for the best omakase meal money can buy, it is without a doubt that one man, Hiro Urasawa, delivers up the best sushi in the United States.