The 15 Destinations You Need to Visit This Fall
The City of Light is authentically Parisian in the fall, once the locals have returned from summer holiday. Don’t miss a stay at the newly restored Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel, which was originally transformed into a hotel by architect Walter-André Destailleur in 1909
This charming New England island is even more beautiful in the off-season, when the tourists empty out. Go for long bike rides along the sandy dunes and re-coup at the Greydon House, a new 18-bedroom boutique hotel located in Nantucket's historic downtown.
Skip the trip to Tuscany and head to Portugal’s Porto wine country in the Douro Valley during harvest season. Make your home base the Six Senses Douro Valley, a renovated 19th-century manor house set on a vineyard-covered hill above the Douro River.
You can’t find a more perfect town for leaf peeping, antiquing and hiking than Barnard. Cozy up at the historic Twin Farms Resort with their spa treatments from Vermont-based skin pro Tata Harper.
While the northern stretch of California's most beautiful highway is closed until 2019 due to mudslides, you can still enjoy a coastal drive in California this fall. Fly into LAX and start your trip with a night at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows right off Highway 1 in Santa Monica. Then hop in your car and head north through Malibu and up to San Simeon before road closures start getting in the way.
October is one of the best months to go to Hawaii. Kids are back in school, the crowds are gone and the weather isn’t too rainy or too hot. Since it’s technically off season, go ahead and book a villa at the newly-renovated Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu.
Thanks to cherry blossom season, spring gets most of the attention in Japan. But fall is equally as gorgeous when the maple and gingko trees start to change color in Tokyo's city parks. Get a city-facing room at the Park Hyatt Tokyo to see the fall foliage from high above.
This town less than 200 miles from Manhattan has been a resort destination since the 19th century thanks to its mineral springs and thoroughbred horse races, but it still offers luxuries, now that the historic Adelphi Hotel has been renovated.
Summer in Rome is overrated. The humidity is overwhelming, plus drinking and eating in public places was banned this summer to help crowd control. But fall? All the locals return and the weather cools off, so book a room at the Palazzo Dama, an 18th-century mansion turned hotel, and start exploring without the crowds.
The culinary scene in Seattle explodes in the fall. Stay at the original Ace Hotel, but find the best farm-to-table fare at Melrose Market, with indie food purveyors, a restaurant, and the rustic-chic Bar Ferdinand where the menu changes daily.
If you head to England's south coast in the fall, you'll be tempted to hide out all day in the spa at Chewton Glen, a five-star hotel just over the county line in Hampshire. But the surrounding area—from the natural arch at the beach at Durdle Door to the charming village beneath Corfe Castle—is too beautiful to miss, so rent a car and start exploring.
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