Then & Now: Photos of The St. Regis New York From the Early 20th Century and Today

The St. Regis New York was originally completed in 1904, and at the time, was the tallest hotel in the city. Today, the property endures as one of New York’s finest, combining the elegance and grandeur of its Gilded Age heyday with all the modern luxuries that discerning guests expect to see today. Thanks to a collection…

The Best Frequent Flyer Program for Flights Between New York and LAX

What are your miles and points worth? That seems to be a popular question, with a seemingly ever-changing answer. To help readers get a general idea of the value miles and points, TPG posts a monthly valuation series covering 37 different programs. However, the value you’re going to get out of your award miles/points will vary…

Deal Alert: New York & Boston to Italy & Spain From $452 Round-Trip

Want to see the latest flight deals as soon as they’re published? Follow The Points Guy on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to text message alerts from our deals feed, @tpg_alerts. Airfare deals are typically only available on limited dates. We recommend that you use Google Flights to find dates to fly, then book through…

Deal Alert: New York & Boston to Chicago From $70 Round-Trip

Want to see the latest flight deals as soon as they’re published? Follow The Points Guy on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to text message alerts from our deals feed, @tpg_alerts. Airfare deals are typically only available on limited dates. We recommend that you use Google Flights to find dates to fly, then book through…

8 Things Every Teen Should Do in New York City

The fast-paced, high-intensity nature of New York City may seem like the wrong setting for your next family vacation, however, as an adventurous 17-year-old, I tend to think otherwise. Here are a few things to do that are fun for all ages, especially teenagers. 1. Catch a Broadway Show If you love theater, you know that…

The Waldorf Astoria is Full of History — and Hidden Places

On October 1, 1931, New York City’s Waldorf Astoria opened its doors to the public. In the 85 years since, the Park Avenue landmark has managed to entice some of the world’s most powerful people to spend the night, including every single sitting president since Herbert Hoover. High-powered lodgers are a fact of life at…

New York’s Penn Station is About to Undergo a $1.6 Billion Renovation

New Yorkers know that Penn Station is one of those places that you’d rather run from than toward. It’s old, dirty, dark and overall pretty decrepit. So it comes as welcome news that Governor Andrew Cuomo just unveiled plans for a new — and drastically improved — Pennsylvania Station-Farley Complex. The best part of all: it’s…

The 10 Most Anticipated Hotels Opening Around the World This Fall

Just because Labor Day weekend is behind us doesn’t mean it’s time to stop traveling. Whether you’re planning a fall or wintertime getaway, these 10 hot new hotel openings should be on your travel radar. While the list below is by no means exhaustive, it represents the best of the best of fall openings in destinations…

My 5 Travel Essentials: Celebrity Chef Daniel Rose

Chef Daniel Rose grew up outside Chicago, but made his name as a chef cooking in Paris, where he owns the game-changing restaurant, Spring, as well as bistros La Bourse et La Vie and the soon-to-open Chez La Vieille. This year he logged tens of thousands of American AAdvantage miles flying back and forth between Paris…

You Can Now Go Glamping at Trump International Hotel & Tower in NYC

Glamping is the hippest new trend in the travel world. Why stay in a hotel when you can get all the amenities of a luxurious property while in a out-of-the-ordinary glamping experience. And better yet, why camp among the mosquitos and other outdoor pests when everything can be catered to your every need — not…