United States of America Hotels
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The United States of America is the richest and most influential country in the world. It is also the third most visited tourist destination in the world. The USA covers a vast area and offers spectacular landscapes, unbelievable cities and incredible landmarks.
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The capital of the US state of Georgia, Atlanta is a cultural hub and a 'world city' perhaps most famous worldwide for hosting the 1996 Summer Olympics. Beyond the skyscrapers in Atlanta's impressive skyline, there are many must-see sights and tourist spots to discover; not least the childhood home of activist Martin Luther King Jr, and the World of Coca-Cola. Home to a number of major American sports teams, gorgeous parks and terrific shopping, there's lots to see and do in Atlanta.
Experience the cosmopolitan flavour of Boston, the city which combines big-city amenities with a friendly, small-town atmosphere. Renowned for being the birthplace of the American Revolution, Boston is home to numerous cultural attractions, many of which can be seen by following the Freedom Trial. With its vibrant mix of ethnic cultures, Boston is willing to accommodate and entertain you as few other cities can.
Renowned for its fine wine and diverse scenery, California offers breathtaking mountain ranges, miles of sandy coastline and an eclectic mix of cities. Walk the glittering Hollywood Boulevards, visit Los Angeles’ Getty Center for modern sculptures and art or simply admire the breathtaking views from the Golden Gate Bridge. For families, head to Disneyland®. Be sure to allow enough time to experience the spectacular scenery of Yosemite National Park.
Chicago is an American cultural capital located along the south-western shore of Lake Michigan. The Windy City inspires and delights visitors with unparalleled attractions such as Sears Tower, Lincoln Park Zoo, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Field Museum of Natural History. It also offers a major theatre scene, luxury shopping along the Magnificent Mile and an unrivalled tradition of jazz and blues.
Rich in ancient heritage, Colorado is brimming with ghost towns, archaeological sites, dazzling waterfalls and dramatic scenery. Visit the breath-taking Seven Falls in Colorado Springs or head to the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain National Park. Be sure to visit Denver, boasting a wealth of world class attractions, a lively art scene and endless shopping opportunities.
The fourth most populous urban area in the United States, Dallas goes a long way to proving that 'everything's bigger in Texas'. Famous sites here include Dealey Plaza - where John F Kennedy was killed in 1963 - and the impressive Dallas Zoo.Also home to major NFL team Dallas Cowboys, catch a game if you get the chance on your break in Texas.
Discover a place where dreams come alive and where the magic never ends! Disneyland® (Anaheim) is home to fabulous film sets, enchanting towns, magic castles and of course, the world’s famous mouse! If shopping is your thing, head to Anaheim’s sophisticated boutiques. Experience pure relaxation in world-class spas or enjoy a refreshing cocktail along Orange County’s 42 miles of spectacular coastline.
Located in Northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, exists among lush desert landscapes, crystal-clear waters and breathtaking mountain peaks. In addition to beautiful scenery, Northern Arizona also offers the excitement of traveling the “Mother Road”, Route 66, the opportunity to explore Native American cultures, interesting local artwork and delicious regional cuisine.
Las Vegas is a glittering man-made oasis situated in the breath-taking southern Nevada desert. There’s never a moment’s rest with an endless array of attractions competing for your attention both day and night. From the iconic casinos along the central Strip and Downtown areas, to the Grand Canyon and Valley of Fire, sometimes you’ve got to wish there were more than 24 hours in a day.
Los Angeles is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city set against a wonderful hilly backdrop. The ‘City of Angels’ offers world-class attractions including Universal Studios, the Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the Los Angeles Zoo. For shopping visit Melrose Avenue or Rodeo Drive, walk the star studded Hollywood boulevards or see the many attractions in the Downtown area. The J. Paul Getty Museum is a must!
Discover the beauty, glamour and world-class attractions of the Miami/Keys Area; a destination blessed by turquoise waters, sugar-white sand and a sizzling nightlife. Perfect for star spotters and shopaholics alike, Miami offers exclusive boutique shopping, unusual Art-Deco architecture and the fantastic Seaquarium. Enjoy fantastic coral reef diving, visit the Everglades National Park or visit Hollywood.
America’s National Park area offers visitors enigmatic landscapes that captivate the imagination and capture the soul. Replete with natural wonders, history and culture, the area offers visitors everything they could want, from the cactus-filled Sonoran Desert to the deep canyons of the Colorado Plateau; the Grand Canyon, Saguaro National Park, Lake Mead, Route 66, The Apache Trail, Meteor Crater and many more.
New York, New York! The City that never sleeps has something for everyone. With world-famous attractions, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and Central Park alongside some of the finest boutique shopping in the world. Evenings can be spent savouring ethnic cuisine at neighbourhood eateries or enjoying a Broadway show. Discover what sets New York apart from the rest. New Jersey state is on east coast of the United States of America just south of New York City. The north of the state is a good base for visiting New York and along the coast there are many waterfront resorts.
North West America hosts a wide variety of opportunities for travellers, from recreation to relaxation to adventure. The City of Seattle has a bustling collection of attractions, restaurants and shops as well as starting points for boat tours. Further inland, mountains rise, with landmarks such as Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier and the Snoqualmie Pass providing hiking, biking and camping for the more adventurous visitor.
Home to the worlds most famous collection of theme parks and visitor attractions, Orlando aims to captivate and inspire like no other destination can. Enjoy boutique shopping, fantastic golf courses, gourmet restaurants and plenty of family fun! From Walt Disney World® and Universal Studios® to Gatorland, Discovery Cove and Kissimmee Park, there’s always something to see and do in Orlando!
With more than 300 sun-filled days a year this remarkable desert city is the largest city in Arizona, the Valley of the Sun. Surrounded by mountains and the Sonoran Desert, Phoenix is set in a beautiful natural landscape. The cosmpolitan city has 33 amazing Phoenix Points of Pride that appear throughout the city, including the inspiring rococo style Tovrea and Carraro Cactus Garden. With its wide range of musuems, art galleries and more than 200 Parks throughout the city, including the beautiful South Mountain Park, Phoenix is a vibrant and exciting place to be.
Known as 'The Biggest Little City in The World', Reno is Nevada's second most famous Casino city. With a terrific location a stone's throw from Lake Tahoe, and on the border with sunny California too, Reno is a terrific alternative to the bigger and brasher Las Vegas.
This cosmopolitan destination is renowned for its eclectic blend of Victorian and modern architecture, rolling hills and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Spend your time visiting the many tourist attractions including Alcatraz Island, Golden Gate Park, the cable cars and Chinatown. Alternatively why not venture further afield and be mesmerised by the breath taking Yosemite National Park.
Discover the land of cotton fields, Civil War battlefields, sundrenched beaches and the breathtaking Appalachian Mountains. Home to countless musical legends, be sure to visit the birthplace of Rock n’ Roll in Memphis or kick back and enjoy live jazz in New Orleans. For literary inspiration head to Atlanta, the location of Gone with the Wind or discover the legendary cowboy towns in Kansas.
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