Angie Away's Favorite Hotels
Collected by Angie Orth
123 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove QLD 4879, Australia
Just across the street from the beach boardwalk, Peppers Beach Club & Spa is at the center of the tropical village of Palm Cove, and though it's only 20 minutes from Cairns Airport, Peppers feels like it's a million indulgent miles away from city...
Castell d'Empordà, s/n, La Bisbal 17115, 17115 Castell d'Empordà, Girona, Spain
1 Ocean Blvd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, USA
The first thing you notice at One Ocean is that the service is divine — from the valet to your personal docent who looks after your every need. You don’t have to park your car and make your way to a check-in line for a credit card exchange and...
87-109 Port Douglas Rd, Port Douglas QLD 4877, Australia
The heat's been turned up in Port Douglas with the reasonably new QT resort. It's not beach side but with all the relaxing by the in-house lagoons, the juicy citrus tones and staff dressed in bright Hamptons style, who is going to leave the hotel...
Coral Coast Dr, Palm Cove QLD 4879, Australia
Everyone knows there are crocodiles in these parts, and the biggest, friendliest one can be found at the family friendly pool at the Novotel Palm Cove -- in the form of a waterslide! A relaxed property just a 10-minute walk from the beach, the...
1 Veivers Rd, Palm Cove QLD 4879, Australia
For an unforgettable sunrise, wake up before dawn, grab a coffee from a nearby hotel and wander down the long stretch of beach in Palm Cove. You won't be alone, but the beach isn't crowded at this time of day either. It'll be you, your camera and...
Cuidad Colonial, Calle Las Damas, Santo Domingo 10210, Dominican Republic
Situated on Las Damas, the first paved street in the New World, Hostal Nicolas de Ovando is one of the most historic places you can sleep in the Western Hemisphere. The hotel incorporates three houses and patios built in 1502 for Santo Domingo's...
Bahía de Coson, Ramal Viva, Las Terrenas 32000, Dominican Republic
Unlike most people who arrive at the property fresh off a plane and short cab ride, I showed up after spending an hour searching for waterfalls on horseback in the Samana wilderness. Basically, I was tired, smelly, dirty… And by no definition...
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