This month’s trending hotels, restaurants and destinations.
1 Boyne Mountain Road, Boyne Falls, MI
The Midwest boasts its own vibrant fall foliage and at SkyBridge Michigan guests will witness nature’s masterpiece painted with captivating vivid hues in one of the most unique places to view fall colors in the U.S. The world’s longest timber-towered suspension bridge rising 118-feet in the air, SkyBridge Michigan is located at Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls, Michigan, between the peaks of McLouth and Disciples Ridge. Adventurous leaf peepers will indulge in breathtaking panoramic views of the Boyne Valley and the hills of Northern Michigan, dressed in a kaleidoscope of red, yellow, and orange. SkyBridge Michigan also features a special glass-covered section, offering a 360-degree immersion into the heart of the fall colors. This unique vantage point ensures guests won’t miss a single detail. Guests are welcome to stay on the Boyne Mountain Resort property to experience additional Fall programming with live music, fire pits, and a variety of food options.
The Prospect Hollywood
1850 N. Cherokee Ave., Hollywood, CA
The 1939 property, which was carefully restored in collaboration with the Hollywood Heritage Historic Society, is a 24-room property housed in a Hollywood Regency-style building in the Whitley Heights neighborhood of Hollywood, home to legendary screen icons such as Marlene Dietrich and James Dean. The hotel features two guest room floors, an intimate lobby with accompanying lounge, and a central, bi-level courtyard garden space with outdoor seating, two fireplaces and a water fountain feature.
135 Kings Road, Brighton, UK
Situated on Brighton’s popular seafront is the bold and brilliant Selina Brighton. Ideal for remote workers, solo travelers, music-lovers and partygoers, this unique destination features a vibrant, colorful design and upcycled furnishings. Guests enjoy a range of accommodations, suitable for every budget, as well as inspiring coworking spaces for like-minded creatives. Beachfront access, a relaxing spa, a sea-view restaurant, a quirky bar and a fun, late-night venue are all within reach.
440 W Lake Dr., Montauk, NY
This new restaurant pays homage to the local heritage of Montauk and infuses it with a rich blend of Scandinavian flavors and minimalist design sensibility. Nordic butter, fresh horseradish, Swedish caviar, and vibrant dill take center stage, promising a culinary experience that delights both meat and seafood enthusiasts. Guests can savor delectable dishes like the Shrimp Skagen, a unique twist on the classic shrimp salad, made with small, sweet, and briny cold-water shrimps.
Carretera a Barra de Navidad, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
This TAFER Hotels & Resorts’ luxury all-inclusive, adults-only resort features two dreamy rooftop infinity pools atop its North and South towers. Soaring amidst the clouds at 112 meters above sea level, guests can view more than 1,700 acres of lush jungle and the beautiful Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta. With crave-worthy poolside cuisine offered during the day, the Rooftop South also doubles as a lively beach club with cocktails and dancing until 1 a.m.