Top 50 Cities

If you’re searching for hotels and need a little inspiration, you’re in the right place, as we’ve got a list of our top 50 cities to help you find the perfect accommodation. Take a look at what’s on offer and when you’re ready to book a room, you’ll find a huge selection of hotels to suit any taste and budget.

New York

You won't be short of things to do in the Big Apple; party with the cool crowd in Greenwich Village, shop in the boutiques of SoHo, or take it all in from the top of the Empire State Building.

Las Vegas

Lose yourself for days in the enormous casinos, or be mesmerized by spectacular shows, while the surrounding Nevada landscape is ideal for outdoorsy types.

San Francisco

When the Pacific tide rolls in, veiling the Golden Gate Bridge, cozy up in an artisan café in one of the cit's bohemian neighborhoods or check out one of the city’s many galleries.


With Lake Michigan and skyscrapers like the Willis Tower, there’s no denying Chicago’s big city credentials and there’s plenty of live music to get your toes tapping.


For fun-packed family breaks, Orlando, with theme parks the size of towns, can't be beat. For movie fans Universal Studios is a must, while kids will be enchanted at Walt Disney World.

New Orleans

New Orleans is one cool cat and nowhere is more festive than the French Quarter, with its historic buildings, whiskey-soaked bars, and smell of Cajun cooking in the air.

San Diego

Attractions range from the family friendly zoo and amusement parks to trolley rides through the genteel Old Town, where museums and brownstone buildings provide plenty of eye candy.

San Antonio

Texan to its cowboy boots and famed for the iconic Alamo, there’s an eye-opening historical museum at the old mission house, while the attractive River Walk is adorned with outdoor eateries.

Miami Beach

Check out the glitzy hotels and pastel-hued Art Deco landmarks, enjoy a stroll down Lincoln Road, a festival of pavement cafés and boutique stores, or hit the beach to work on that tan.


Across the UK's capital, the Shard skyscraper is the glamorous high point, Buckingham Palace provides the pomp and ceremony, and it has some of the finest museums in the world to explore.


Boston is perfect for fun-seekers and history buffs alike. Its museums and world-famous university are deservedly popular, but you can’t beat a lobster dinner overlooking the Atlantic.


Standing on the banks of the Seine as dusk falls, watching as the Eiffel Tower is illuminated and the river starts to sparkle, you’ll understand why Paris is called the City of Light.


Washington has a very welcoming, down-to-earth atmosphere, with hipster chic and boasts awe-inspiring landmarks, from the Washington Monument to the White House itself.


Music fans descend on the place for the South by Southwest festival, but this creative hub boasts incredible live performances all year round – minus the crowds.

Los Angeles

Beyond the Hollywood sign and the chic streets of Beverly Hills, LA becomes much more chilled, especially at hip Venice Beach, with its cosmopolitan atmosphere and young crowd.


Kids will love the interactive museums, particularly the World of Coca-Cola, while Centennial Olympic Park provides a focal point for the city, with masses to do.


Houston is known for monster trucks, meat and rodeos, but also the cobbled streets of the Historic District and the playgrounds and al fresco performance art of Discovery Green.


The home of the original Disneyland, Anaheim is a fun-filled destination that sparkles with theme park magic and if you venture out, downtown Anaheim's museums and malls are pretty diverting.


With iconic landmarks like the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville has long inspired those who arrive with just an old guitar and a pocketful of dreams.


Seattle is one of the great American cities, especially for music fans. Its healthy hipster scene retains a quirky authenticity, and you’ll get some of the best coffee in the world in Capitol Hill.


With its sweeping, snow-speckled Rocky Mountain backdrop and world-class cultural scene, the mile-high city is a popular base for access to Colorado’s mammoth ski resorts.


The city of the Founding Fathers and the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia is bursting with history, as well as cheesesteaks, quirky dive bars, and alfresco gigs on Penn’s Landing.


Amid glinting skyscrapers and vast shopping malls, Dallas is a city of unbridled pleasure, where you can splurge at shopping meccas like Galleria Dallas, or wine and dine in trendy West Village.


Set on an island of lush mountains and waterfalls, Honolulu is a cosmopolitan capital, from the oriental hubbub of Chinatown to the surf at Waikiki, Hawaiian life is sweet.


Miami ranges from the ultra-glam South Beach to the languorous, swampy Everglades, and also boasts diverse neighborhoods like sultry Little Havana, as well as Art Deco architecture,


With its panorama of ancient monuments and Renaissance treasures, Rome's historical landmarks include the iconic Colosseum, while by the Spanish Steps it’s designer-shopping heaven.


Whether you’re on the quest for the best craft beer or the most bizarre street performance act, you don’t have to be a full-on hipster to blend in: just go with the bohemian flow.

Atlantic City

A New Jersey highlight with a picture-postcard boardwalk that is flush with glittering casinos and resort hotels, and where there are hours of fun to be had in the arcades and on the beach. 


With a spectacular lakeside location and access to Orlando’s top theme parks, including Universal Studios and Walt Disney World, you’ll want to make time for a swamp tour as well!


In the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, sports fans have the choice of outstanding baseball and football venues, and there are more adrenaline highs at the Six Flags Over Texas theme park.

Lake Buena Vista

From sumptuous spas and pristine, world-renowned golf courses, to the sheer magic of the nearby Walt Disney World, there’s nothing you need to do, except to relax and enjoy it.

Fort Lauderdale

If the young beach crowd or the millionaire yacht brigade isn’t for you, then enjoy a punt along Fort Lauderdale’s canals, some arty shopping on Las Olas, or scientific exploration at museums.

Key West

Stand on the southernmost tip of the continental USA, as a rich sunset paints the sky in deep hues. Ernest Hemingway spent a lot of time here, and his house is one of the Historic District’s highlights.


Tokyo is confidently futuristic, packing in skyscrapers, surging crowds, and fast-paced commerce but you’ll also find pockets of tradition, like ancient temples and the Geisha District.

Myrtle Beach

Sitting pretty on the South Carolina coast, Myrtle Beach draws in the crowds with stunning weather, arty communities, and entertainment to suit everyone from Spring Break students to retirees.


There’s more to Indy than petrol-heads and flash cars, with a richly cultural downtown core, while cute neighborhoods like Broad Ripple offer a range of bohemian galleries and boutiques.

St. Louis

On the banks of the Mississippi, St. Louis is steeped in grand religious architecture. Head to the top of the sleek Gateway Arch to enjoy the dazzling view, or set your mind racing in the city’s many museums.


A mix of cowboy-style ghost towns, desert landscapes where cacti flourish and a selection of modern museums and malls; make sure you take a hot air balloon ride high above the Arizona desert.


This gleaming Florida city combines a corporate image in Downtown with the relaxed, family fun of oceanfront Tampa Bay and you can swim with dolphins at The Florida Aquarium!


Ohio’s attractive capital has a long history of pioneering, from its frontier history to its recent scientific efforts. The cobblestoned streets and cozy bars of the German Village are a must-visit.


Garlanded with Spanish moss and opulent antebellum mansions, Savannah is a real Southern belle full of treasures from grand historical museums and country homes to the humblest mom-and-pop diners.


Barcelona is a thoroughly laid-back city, best enjoyed tapas-bar hopping off La Rambla, standing in the shadow of the Sagrada Familia or taking in the magnificent views from Parc Guell.

Kansas City

Kansas City boasts an outstanding collection of museums and art galleries, and with smokehouses and brewpubs galore, what better place to unwind and relax.


In Scottsdale, you can sink a drink or two in a saloon bar, stock up on designer labels in Fashion Square, and, if you head beyond the city limits, the magnificent Arizona desert awaits.


Take in Venice's full glory by gliding down the Grand Canal, where basilicas and palaces of extraordinary majesty flank both sides, and centuries of intrigue whisper across the water.


Beyond the glossy skyscrapers of Uptown hides a renegade, bohemian side; NoDa, or North Davidson, is the city’s hip hangout, with its vintage shops, quirky galleries, and pop-up restaurants.

Virginia Beach

A ribbon of golden beaches stretching for more than 30 miles and a whole host of family-fun activities, including arcades, amusements, and salt-water taffy, with the Virginia wilderness to explore.

San Jose

San Jose is a dot com bubble of a city with a sleek but quirky corporate district and coffee-houses, yet it also has a more historic side, with open-air museums and eerie old houses.


As well as ultra-modern beach resorts, Cancun also has world-famous sites like the Chichen Itza temple within easy reach, while the champagne-sand beaches and warm waters draw crowds of sun-worshippers.


A Renaissance painting brought to life, there are artistic riches galore to be discovered in the Uffizi gallery, but dinner by candlelight in a rustic trattoria is equally worth savoring.