This town on Mobile Bay has its own French Quarter, and Point Clear is home to the state's best hotel and spa, the Grand Hotel Golf Resort and Spa.
With a population of around 4,524, Unalaska, Alaska, is the ideal location for a peaceful retreat.
The beautiful rooms of the La Posada Hotel, originally constructed for the Santa Fe Railroad, still include Zapotec carpets and Mexican tiles.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has designated Eureka Springs, Arkansas, as one of "Twelve Distinctive Destinations," and it is a hidden, tranquil village in the midst of the Ozarks.
Officially known as Carmel-by-the-Sea, Carmel is a famous, one-square-mile community on the central coast of California.
The creative district is home to more than 150 artists and other creatives; their galleries flank historic Main Street.
Essex, Connecticut, a hidden gem on the Connecticut River, is sometimes referred to as a "storybook hamlet."
New Castle, Delaware's cobblestone streets are a reflection of the town's colonial heritage.