Hotels in the USA range from modern city hotels and beachside resorts to rustic national park lodges.

Throughout its cities, along its coastline and in its national parks and rural areas, the USA has a great choice of accommodation. We’ve hand-picked a selection of the best USA hotels, resorts, inns, lodges and guest ranches in our featured regions. These range in style from ultra-modern retreats to rustic lodges in destinations where it’s likely you’ll spend more time exploring epic landscapes.

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Arlington National Cemetery Tour

The Arlington National Cemetery is one of the most recognised cemeteries in the United States and the final resting place for many American heroes. This bus tour journeys around the vast grounds, with hop-off points so that you can explore further. You'll learn about the key monuments and memorials that tell the personal stories of individuals who have made a mark in the course of American history. With the help of the guide, hear stories of the war victims and characters that made a difference in the world of exploration, medicine, science and sports. See the gravesite of John F. Kennedy, one of two US Presidents who are buried in the cemetery, and visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the striking and solemn Amphitheatre. The honoured ceremonies continue to take place here, such as the Changing of the Guard, which happens every hour on the hour, and as you walk or drive around the cemetery, you'll have time to reflect.

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Chicago Culture & Architecture

This walking tour starts under the dazzling marquee of the Chicago Theater. The first stop is inside one of Chicago's shopping hubs with a striking atrium. Next, you'll walk the Chicago Pedway, a network of underground tunnels used by locals and commuters to move about the city. Back above-ground, City Hall is next. Most weekday tours mean you can head inside to see the classic interior design and architecture. Peckish? You'll stop for a sweet treat and local tradition: Chicago-style popcorn. With boosted energy, stroll along the Chicago Riverwalk to see Marina Towers, the Britannica Building, and the Sears Tower (now known as the Willis Tower). From there, depending on the weather, you'll hop on the train or a water taxi. You'll feel like a local as you zip past buildings. If your guide takes you on a water taxi, you'll be seeing the Chicago skyline from a different perspective. On the way to your next destinatng and the incredible Chicago Tribune building. Your second snack is locally made chocolate. Finally, you'll take a stroll through the lakefront parks along Michigan Avenue, finishing up in Millennium Park, home to the iconic Bean sculpture.

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Big Bus Las Vegas Hop-on Hop-off Tour - 2 Day Ticket

Catch all the unmissable Las Vegas sights on a hop-on, hop-off bus tour. The routes are designed to take you to all of Las Vegas's famous landmarks, and your ticket is valid for two days. There are conveniently located bus stops to visit Las Vegas's top attractions, including Caesar's Palace, the Bellagio and The High Roller. It gives you the freedom to plan an itinerary and explore the best of Las Vegas's landmarks for as little or as long as you like, then hop on again when you're ready to move on. As dusk falls, the city comes to life. Take in dancing fountains and erupting volcanoes as you travel the Las Vegas Strip. The tour leads you past casinos, wedding chapels, and historic landmarks before you enter downtown. Take a brief guided walking tour, then immerse yourself in a spectacle of live entertainment, street artists, costumed entertainers, and the famous Fremont Street Light and Sound show.

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In the Footsteps of Hamilton - Walking Tour

The adventure begins at Trinity Church, where Hamilton was buried as a result of one of the darkest days in American political history. Learn how Hamilton arrived in America on the eve of a revolution and quickly became one of the most influential minds of his day, only to be shot dead before his 50th birthday. Stop at Zuccotti Park, Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall where Hamilton looked on as George Washington was sworn in as America's first president. Finish with a beer in one of New York's oldest bars where Hamilton and Washington themselves used to drink.

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Evening Jazz Cruise

There's no better place or time to contemplate the New Orleans' skyline than from aboard a good old-fashioned steamboat. And if the breathtaking views of the city's skyline aren't enough to satisfy your senses, you have the option to book the cruise with a casual buffet-style dinner. Don't think the highlights of this trip are limited to the awe-inspiring vantage point or the delicious meal. Aboard the Natchez Steamboat, you're also invited to have a nosey around the ship's engine room. Inside this quaint space, redesigned to look like a museum, you'll find all sorts of historical artefacts that have many an interesting story behind them. Throughout the voyage, you can enjoy a jiggle to live jazz tunes performed by the world-renowned Dukes of Dixieland. New Orleans is famous for being the city of jazz, so the Dukes' jingles provide the playlist.

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From Food to Freedom Walking Tour

This walking tour takes you from North End to the Freedom Trail on a half-day experience that gives the lowdown on Boston's food and history. The adventure begins at Boston Harbor, walking through a scenic waterfront park before heading to North End to see some of the neighbourhood's most historic sites and properties, some dating back to the late 1600s and 1700s. Your guide will introduce you to a hidden Italian bakery serving fresh bread. A proper Italian salumeria is next, where you'll enjoy some Italian meats and cheeses. Next up is Hanover Street, where you'll take a mid-tour break with your guide at a traditional Italian café with a classic cappuccino, espresso, or tea. Hear stories about significant events in Boston, including Paul Revere's Midnight Ride. Old North Church is next, with the chance to step inside the hallowed walls. After church, you'll dive deeper into the local side of the North End with pizza at a neighbourhood favourite and samples of t the back streets. Heading away from North End, you'll stroll through some of Boston's best markets and green spaces to begin the second part of your journey. You'll continue past the Rose Kennedy Greenway, State Street, and the historic Custom House Tower from the Harbour. The famous Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market follow, boasting stunning views. Moving into the heart of Downtown Boston, you'll stop in front of the Old State House and site of the Boston Massacre. Old City Hall, a beautiful building created in French Revivalist architecture, was the seat of city government for years in Boston. Admire it for a while, and then there'll be a chance to enjoy a local beer in one of the historic and hidden taverns in the area. Outside the State House, take in the views of modern Boston, including the skyscrapers of Downtown, the Financial District, and the tallest building in New England: the John Hancock Tower. The journey continues through Beacon Hill. Finally, you'll arrive at the beautiful Boston Public Gardens.

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Go City L.A. All Inclusive Pass (Incl. Universal Studios & Knott's Berry Farm)

With the All-Inclusive Pass from Go City, the more you see, the more you save. You have two, three, five or seven days to cram in as much as you can from a huge list of options, including Universal Studios, LEGOLAND, and Knott's Berry Farm. Head to Malibu for a Celebrity Homes Tour, hike up to Griffith Park to gaze at Los Angeles from the above or join the Californians on the Santa Monica boardwalk with a full-day rental of a bike or rollerblades. And you don't just have to look at the water, as a whale watching trip is yours if you want it. The complete list of over 40 tours and attractions is included with your Digital Pass. We endeavour to keep our descriptions up to date, however inclusions on sightseeing passes can change without our knowledge. Please check closer to your departure date for the most up to date list of included activities.

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City Sightseeing San Francisco Hop-on Hop-off and Alcatraz Visit - 48 Hour Ticket

The Hop-On Hop-Off Official City Tour begins at Fisherman's Wharf. Heading Downtown, you'll see the Barbary Coast, Embarcadero, and the Ferry Building before you arrive at Union Square. Hop off for some shopping or stay on board to visit the Civic Center area with great views of San Francisco's City Hall, the Opera House, and the Symphony Hall.

The tour continues towards Alamo Square. Stop to admire the Victorian Painted Ladies, then drive through bohemian Haight Ashbury, where you can see the murals and art dedicated to the San Francisco hippie culture. The next stop is Golden Gate Park. Hop off to seek out the Conservatory of Flowers, de Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, and the Japanese Tea Gardens. There are miles of hiking trails to explore the diversity of the park. Next up: the Golden Gate Bridge. You'll cross the 1.7-mile bridge with the chance to hop off at North Vista Point to take pictures of the San Francisco skyline, Alcatraz Island, and the Goldentour continues into Marin County and stops in Sausalito, where you can hop off the bus, take a stroll, and enjoy lunch by the waterfront.

On the way back to Downtown, you'll pass the Palace of Fine Arts and continue through historic Van Ness Avenue before reaching Chinatown. Then it's back to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39, where San Francisco's famous Sea Lions bark a 'welcome back' to you. Your ticket includes a visit to Alcatraz, the infamous prison island. Take the ferry across the Bay for a 45-minute headset-tour inside the prison cellblock before exploring the prison and island at your own pace.

The city tour takes 150 minutes without stops, plus an extra 60 minutes for the Sausalito tour. You can stay on Alcatraz for as long as you choose - ferries return every 30 minutes.

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Big Bus San Francisco Hop-On Hop-Off: 1- or 2-Day Ticket (Incl. walking tour)

Hop on board a Big Bus Sightseeing Tour of the City by the Bay and catch the best views of its distinctive landmarks and hear live commentary about its history as you go. There are 20 stops all around spectacular San Francisco. You'll see the beautiful parks, architecture you'll recognise from the big screen, and pretty views from an open-top bus. Hop on and off to create a customised journey around the city. Your ticket also includes a choice of four walking tours. Explore either Chinatown, North Beach, Barbary Coast, or Fisherman's Wharf on foot - don't forget to check what time they start. The fun doesn't stop at night - your ticket includes a Night Tour of the city, a panoramic bus tour that starts by climbing historic Nob Hill for a magnificent close up of Grace Cathedral. The bus then makes its way across the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island to view the skyline. Back in the city, the tour concludes along the Embarcadero.

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7-Day Magic Ticket

Seven days of access to Disney’s theme parks across 15 days. Parks include Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach (whichever of the two water parks is open). A Disney Magic Ticket is also a Park Hopper ticket, which allows you to visit multiple theme parks and water parks on the same day. Children under three don’t need a ticket.

Magic Tickets include entry to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of mini golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens daily.

An extra benefit of the Magic Ticket is Memory Maker, where you can download and keep digital copies of all your attraction photos and photographs taken by Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout the parks – perfect for getting professional family photos with everyone in them!

You won’t receive a paper ticket. Instead, your tickets and Walt Disney World arrangements are stored on your My Disney Experience account, which you’ll need to set up. Download the app where you can link and store your tickets. In addition, when you arrive, you can buy an optional MagicBand that you wear on your wrist that links to your My Disney Experience account so you can use it to scan into the parks and your Disney resort room, redeem your Disney Dining Plan (if selected), and make purchases in the parks.

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14-Day Magic Ticket

The 14-Day Magic Ticket provides access to all Disney theme parks, including Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach (depending on which is open), for 14 days across 18 days. This Park Hopper ticket also allows you to visit multiple theme parks and water parks on the same day. Children under three do not require a ticket.

In addition to the parks, the Magic Ticket includes access to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of mini golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens daily. A great perk of the Magic Ticket is the Memory Maker. This feature lets you download and keep digital copies of all your attraction photos and photographs taken by Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout the parks.

Instead of receiving a paper ticket, your tickets and all your arrangements for Walt Disney World will be stored on your My Disney Experience account. You must set up an account and download the My Disney Experience app to link and store your tickets. You can purchase an optional MagicBand, which you wear on your wrist when you arrive at Walt Disney World. Your MagicBand will link to your My Disney Experience account, allowing you to scan into the parks and your Disney resort room, redeem your Disney Dining Plan (if you’ve selected one), and make purchases in the parks.

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Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan

For each night of your stay in a Disney Resort hotel, each person will receive credits for two quick-service meals, one non-alcoholic drink (or alcoholic drink for guests over 21) per meal, one selected snack or drink, and a refillable drink mug, which you can top up at any Disney Resort hotel.

Available at over 100 quick-service dining locations across Walt Disney World, including the parks, Disney Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels. Dining reservations aren’t required at Disney’s quick-service restaurants, so this is a great option if you don’t want to make lots of dining plans ahead of time.

Meals and snacks are loaded onto your Magicband. To redeem your dining plan, present your MagicBand when you pay for the meal, snack, or drink. Meals and snacks can be redeemed anytime during your stay, so you don’t have to use the allocation the same way each day. Unused meals and snacks will roll over day to day and expire at midnight on your checkout date.

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Disney Dining Plan

During your stay at a Disney Resort hotel, each person will receive credits for one quick-service meal and one table-service meal each night, with the total allocation of credits available when you arrive. A non-alcoholic drink (or alcoholic drink for guests over 21) is included with each meal, one selected snack or drink per day, and a refillable drink mug. You can top up the mug at any Disney Resort hotel.

A quick service table credit includes one main course and one drink. A table service meal credit includes one main course, dessert, and drink. Restaurants considered fine or signature dining, dinner shows, and some character dining experiences require two table service meals per person.

The Disney Dining Plan is available at over 200 dining locations across Walt Disney World, including the parks, Disney Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels. Dining reservations aren’t required at Disney’s quick-service restaurants, but to use your table-service credits, reservations are strongly encouraged and available to make 60 days before arrival. Gratuities are not included, and an 18% gratuity will be automatically added to the bill of parties of six or more.

Meals and snacks are loaded onto your Magicband. To redeem your dining plan, present your MagicBand when you pay for the meal, snack, or drink. Meals and snacks can be redeemed anytime during your stay, so you don’t have to use the allocation the same way each day. Unused meals and snacks will roll over day to day and expire at midnight on your checkout date.

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Universal Orlando 3 Park Explorer Ticket

Experience all three Universal Orlando theme parks (Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and Universal’s Volcano Bay) with unlimited park-to-park access for up to 14 consecutive days. Enjoy the flexibility of visiting as often as you like and hopping between multiple Universal Orlando parks on the same day. You can even ride the Hogwarts Express between the two lands of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

You’ll get a digital ticket, which is available to download to your smartphone, or you can print it. No park reservation is required, subject to park capacity.

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Universal Orlando 2 Park Explorer Ticket

You get unlimited park-to-park access to Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure for up to 14 consecutive days. This means you can visit the parks as often as you like during this time and hop between both parks on the same day. Don't miss the chance to ride the Hogwarts Express between the two lands of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

You can download a digital ticket to your smartphone or print it. No park reservation is required, subject to park capacity. This ticket doesn’t include Universal’s Volcano Bay.

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Universal Express Pass

Consider adding a Universal Express pass with your theme park admission to skip the regular queues at Universal Studios Florida's popular rides and attractions. The Universal Express pass will give you one-time priority access to select rides and attractions.

It is a digital pass you can download to your smartphone or print. Present the pass at the participating attractions to bypass the regular queue. The Express ride access is a separate line with a shorter wait time at each valid attraction. Universal Express is available for Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, or both parks.

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Universal Express Unlimited Pass

Add a Universal Express Unlimited pass to your theme park admission to skip the regular queues at Universal Orlando’s most popular attractions as many times as you want.

Present the pass at participating attractions at the attraction to bypass the regular queue. Express ride access is a separate line with a shorter wait time at each valid attraction.

Bookings will be fulfilled with a Universal Express Unlimited Will Call voucher that you’ll exchange at a Will Call Kiosk at the entrance to Universal Studios for an Express Unlimited Pass. Universal Express Unlimited pass is available for Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, or both parks.

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Kennedy Space Centre

From the Orlando, travel eastwards to Port Canaveral which is home to NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center. This is an immersive, interactive and informative wonderland which takes you on a metaphorical journey into the universe, learning about past, present and future of space exploration. Highlights include (but are definitely not limited to) a Peanuts themed theatre show, the Apollo Treasures Gallery and the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

Enhance your experience by booking the Explore Tour, a behind-the-scenes adventure that takes you to various points of the spaceport, such as the Vehicle Assembly Building and the NASA Press Site, for once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities. The tour route depends on the operational programme of the centre.

• Full day experience
• Operates year-round

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Bookable with or without transfers; transfers run from various meeting points in International Drive, Kissimmee, Universal Orlando Resort, Lake Buena Vista and Walt Disney World.

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Key West Old Town Trolley Tour

The island of Key West is full of fun and exciting things to do and see. From the Southernmost Point to the quaint streets of Old Town, this tour takes you to all the major areas and attractions, with unlimited re-boarding. See Key West's first tourist attraction, the Key West Aquarium, which was also the world's first open air aquarium. Cross the street and you'll find yourself back in the 1800s at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, learning about how Key West became one of the richest cities in the US. The Oldest House Museum is also nearby; it's one of the many beautifully restored homes that are open to the public in Key West. Stop by the Ernest Hemingway House Museum where he's rumoured to have written A Farewell to Arms - and don't forget to look for the 6 or 7-toed cats! Marvel at the beautiful species of butterflies in the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, and wander next door to the Southernmost House Mansion and Museum, known fcal gardens. Cool off with a drink at the famous Sloppy Joe's Bar or Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville in the Old Town area. But don't leave Key West until you've watched the sunset from Mallory Square.

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