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There’s nothing like fall travel to reawaken your senses. Depending on where you go, your trip could have you seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling and feeling things you’ve never experienced before. And isn’t that the wonder of travel in a nutshell? At Loews Hotels, we’ve been rounding up our favorite ways to wander through fall, and the selection here is just the beginning…

Seattle skyline | Fall Travel


The bones of the city on a Seattle underground tour

Yes, there’s obviously a lot to love above ground in the Emerald City, from Elliott Bay to the jaw-dropping views from atop the Space Needle. But if you’ve been there, done that, we have a fresh way for you to see the city this fall. The best way to get in touch with Seattle’s history is via an underground tour of the subterranean storefronts and sidewalks that were entombed after the Great Fire of 1889. Explore foundations that have date back over 120 years and enjoy the feeling of experiencing the hidden world beneath the ground.

Fall Travel | Sausage on a Bun


Sweet Italian sausages on the grill at Fenway

Red Sox fan or not, it’s hard to go past a visit to “The Green Monster,” aka Fenway Park, when you’re in Boston. It’s one of the city’s most beloved locations and once there, you’ll be tempted by the smell of one of the locals’ most beloved ballpark traditions — a Kayem Italian Sausage. Follow your nose around the concourse when you hit up Fenway during the MLB postseason this fall, and come hungry!

Art by James Michalopoulos | Loews New Orleans Hotel


New Orleans artists in full bloom

New Orleans may be best known for its live jazz or perhaps for its distinctive culinary scene. But there’s a lot to savor visually in the Big Easy, too. If your fall travels take you to Loews New Orleans Hotel, keep your eyes peeled for works of art by renowned New Orleans painter and sculptor James Michalopoulos. Pieces like the one above that bring NOLA to life on canvas are displayed throughout the hotel.

Fog over San Francisco | Fall Travel


The famous San Francisco fog horn

You know a city is famous for its fog when it has a name. In San Francisco, the locals are on a first-name basis with Karl the Fog —and the fog horns which sound in advance of it rolling in to blanket the bay and hills. Listen for the horns when you’re visiting the City by the Bay and know that you’ve just enjoyed one of the distinct sounds of San Francisco.

Farmers Market produce | Fall Travel


A Fall Harvest Dinner in Minneapolis

When people talk about savoring fall, we like to think they mean via your taste buds. That’s certainly the case at Loews Minneapolis, where Executive Chef Timothy Fischer is preparing a series of five-course dinners (with wine pairings) at Cosmos Restaurant to showcase the best of harvest season and his own foraged ingredients. Make a reservation now to get in on experiencing fall in the most delicious way at dinners coming up on October 18 and November 8.


For more fall travel inspiration in our destinations, click here.