Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

The abstract concept of "Los Angeles" conjures up all sorts of mental imagery for non-locals: marathon spending sprees on Rodeo Drive, sunsets over the Santa Monica Pier, unexpected run-ins with A-list celebrities at overpriced juice shops, etc.

Colorado may seem like the undisputed center for upscale winter getaways, but believe it or not, the state has never had a private ski resort — until now.

The energy of Mumbai recently hit Uptown Oakland with the opening of DOSA's new location at 2301 Broadway.

San Francisco certainly has no shortage of jaw-droppingly beautiful boutique hotels.

Finding a boutique hotel that's chic, comfortable, and conveniently located isn't always simple. But with a prime downtown location and classic Art Deco design, San Jose's Hotel De Anza manages to tick all the boxes.

If Hannah Cecil Gurney’s early educational pursuits (physics and accounting) seem unconventional for the leader of a wallpaper empire, it’s because they are. But transcending the norm is standard practice in the Cecil Gurney bloodline.

Even if you don't know the Mayfair Hotel by name, you likely know its legacy. In 1929, it was the site of the first Academy Awards afterparty, and Hollywood stars like Joan Crawford graced its halls.

I am not a camper. I have never been a camper. My friends make great fun of me for my distinct lack of camper qualities. However, with the advent of "glamping," I have been gifted a second shot at wilderness credibility (well, sort of).

San Francisco's Hayes Valley doesn't exactly have a shortage of great restaurants. But what the bustling neighborhood was lacking was a pizzeria owned by a 100% Italian-born team specializing in a culinary artform only 18 other eateries in California offer.

Miami's South Beach is world famous for being a white sand paradise during the day and an electric party playground after dark. It's also home to the renowned Art Deco District where design and architecture take centerstage.

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