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San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

One & Only Palmilla can rightly claim to be Mexico's most discreet escape for a tryst. This bougainvillea-draped fortress on the tip of the Baja Peninsula caters to guests' every desire. Surrender to the luxury of having a private 24-hour butler who will (upon request) unpack your clothing so you can head to the pool for foot massages in a cabana bed, and understand why this retreat is...

Calistoga, CA

Nothing says romance like the privacy of a remote canyon. Behold Calistoga Ranch. Nestled in the secluded wilderness of the Upper Napa Valley, the refined ranch exudes a casual California breeziness that immediately puts guests at ease. The property blends in with the nature surrounding it—literally. Trunks and branches of towering trees poke out undisturbed through fences and decks, and...

Bluffton, SC

If Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara were to celebrate an anniversary, the Inn at Palmetto Bluff would surely be their destination. Oozing Southern hospitality at every turn, this property weaves luxury into a 20,000-acre nature preserve, requiring guests to wrestle with the humidity in order to appreciate its Spanish moss, blooming magnolias, azaleas, camellias, and rolling verdant hills....

Boston, MA

Burrow atop a bed so divine that Keats could pen poems about its lusciousness. Yes, you read right: Boston is for lovers, especially if you can swing a night in her premier boutique hotel, the exclusive XV Beacon Hotel.

As dignified as a fine Château Lafite, the 62-room XV Beacon shakes up Boston's blue-blood lineage with playful modern touches. While you'll find a number of...

Asheville, NC

With 175,000 square feet of French-Renaissance opulence, the Biltmore House (just outside of Asheville, North Carolina) is not only the largest privately-owned residence in the Unites States, it's arguably one of the most glamorous. William Henry Vanderbilt built the estate as a "little mountain escape" in the late 1800s and, for a few days, it can also be yours.

As you might imagine,...

Cameron, MT

When word spread that Papoose Creek Lodge in southwestern Montana was shutting down in late 2007, the eco-lodging community gasped that the first of the country's luxury green resorts was closing its doors. But the mourning was short-lived when it was announced that the nearby private residence of Papoose Creek's founders, Roger and Cindy Lang, was being remodeled and renovated into a lush...


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