These fun and fantastic far-flung vacations are all easily accessible from one of Westchester County’s best-kept secrets, HPN.
Not just for commuters anymore, Westchester’s iconic train stations are being reimagined as upmarket cafés and cloth-napkin eateries.
Craving a cold-weather escape that's within driving distance from Westchester? A cozy, safe Vermont weekend awaits in Warren.
Westchester residents working remotely and families with homeschooled children can safely escape the norm at these properties offering extended stays.
Magellan Jets debuts a new and accessible jet membership program for socially distanced flights, with charters out of HPN.
Rent a sailboat, speedboat, or yacht at your local marina for a luxe summer day.
Whether you’re hitting the trail or the road, these new guided adventures will bring local nature and history alive like never before.
Sporty and chic — and just a stone's throw from a major NYC attraction — this luxury hotel is an ideal weekend getaway.
Home of the Sundance Film Festival, Park City offers delights for every vacationer.
This West Point property puts the natural beauty and historical significance of our region into view.
While Orlando has become synonymous with Disney World, this happening city has so much more to offer than just Mickey and Minnie. The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes (from $289/night; www.ritzcarlton.com) is an ultra-luxurious alternative to ...
Oh, the choices for guests at The Moorings Village (from $459/night; www.themooringsvillage.com): Read a book on your porch, gazing at surf and sand. Grab a kayak and gently stroke across the water. Walk to the ...
The posh island of Palm Beach has a storied history as a stylish seaside playground for the rich and famous. Preppy Old Money types, celebs, CEOs, and just plain deep-pocketed folks often decamp to their ...
Yes, you read that right. Miami, with its reputation for mega-yachts, miniskirts, and clubbing until the break of dawn, is also the place to kick back, sun, shop, and sip cocktails — all without ever ...
Surrounded by undeveloped wilderness, Naples’ appreciation for nature comes instinctively. The eco-friendly heart of Florida’s Paradise Coast, Naples consists of equal parts history (visit Tin City with antique and novelty shops or Old Naples on ...
Fly south for the season and head to these hot destinations.
Just minutes from both downtown and hiking, the Olde Rhinebeck Inn puts both Bs into “bed & breakfast.”
Charm City is a lot more, well, charming lately, with hip restaurants, boutique shopping, and one of the nation’s top hotels.