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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...

Aspen, CO

Sitting at the base of the Aspen Mountain (Ajax to locals) gondola, the Little Nell is one of just three five-star hotels in Colorado. (The others are The Broodmoor in Colorado Springs and Ritz-Carlton in Beaver Creek.) The main hotel wraps around a stunning heated pool, and the adjoining bar is one of the hottest après-ski spots in town. Standard rooms feature 42-inch LCDs, Bose stereo...

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Highgate Springs, VT

You won't find any televisions or video games in the guest rooms at The Tyler Place Family Resort in northern Vermont, a stone's throw from the Quebec border. But you will find biking trails, an archery range, waterskiing on a huge lake, tennis courts, an arts-and-crafts center, and swimming pools on the property's 165 action-packed acres. It's summer camp for all ages at this...

Golden, British Columbia Canada

The wrought-iron "kicking horse" sculpture adorning the stone fireplace here pays tribute to those who once explored this land without recourse to such lush digs. James Hector was on a 19th-century expedition, searching for a western route for Canada's first transcontinental railroad, when his horse hoofed him so hard that his compatriots dug him a grave. But he regained consciousness and...

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Saranac Lake, NY

The Point is the pinnacle of Adirondacks luxury. Built on Saranac Lake by William Rockefeller, The Point is the most elaborate of the Adirondacks' early 19th-century Great Camps. It's rustic, yet completely refined. In fact, one of its elemental luxuries is that very sense of sophisticated simplicity. Whether watching fresh snowfall or spending lazy summer evenings watching the sunset, guests...

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Moose Factory, Ontario Canada

The soaring centerpiece of this unique lodge is its cathedral-like great hall, made of towering cedar walls and 48-foot-high lodgepole-pine beams. It's a modern take on the Cree Nation's shabatwon (traditionally a more modest place made of teepees covered in moss and deerskin). It expresses the MoCreebec people's vision for their eco-lodge—providing a healing, sustainable spot...

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Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Open since November 2010, Azul Fives is the newest of three Azul properties on Mexico's Riviera Maya, the popular resort area that lies south of Cancun. If the toy-lending library, featuring playthings by Fisher-Price, isn't enough to lure you to Azul Fives for your all-inclusive family vacation in Mexico, perhaps the huge Azulitos Kid's Club and its array of My Gym equipment (ropes,...

Key Largo, FL

Like the Florida Keys themselves, Amy Slate's Amoray Dive Resort isn't about lounging in luxury on land, but instead provides falling-out-of-bed-easy access to the world-renowned reefs, wrecks, and mangroves offshore. The hotel property is built around the dive dock, which houses the resort's two dive boats. Amenities are simple, comfortable, and built for serious divers, with a heated pool,...

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Clark, CO

Wide-open meadows, thick pine forest, pretty aspen groves, and looming mountains… welcome to nature on steroids at Vista Verde, a luxury, all-inclusive guest ranch near Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Vista Verde may be a dude ranch, but this property offers so much more than just horseback riding. Think gourmet meals, whitewater-rafting and fly-fishing trips, mountain biking, a plethora of...

Nordegg, Alberta Canada

This simple lodge in Alberta's Bighorn Wildland country is the kind of place visitors return to time and again. Even though they want to keep it a hidden gem, guests blab to their friends and word gets out. And why wouldn't it? Part of the lure lies in the gracious hospitality of hosts Madeleine and Alan Ernst (and Cora, their canine sidekick) and their killer cooking. For others, it's Aurum's...

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