The Roulez Crown Collection includes select inns, resorts, restaurants, retail shops, country clubs and other diversionary experiences that make travel and exploration worthwhile. Each property is individually selected and reviewed by the publishers of Roulez Magazine for quality in service provision, inclusions and experience.
Life is short and leisure time proves difficult to come by in today’s fast-paced lifestyles. But each Roulez Crown property helps you enrich your life through local and regional experiences, flavors, colors and culture.
We invite you to explore these wonderful properties. Our heart is in promotion of real innkeepers, proprietors, entrepreneurs and owner-operators. You will find fewer franchise or corporate properties here, instead accessing more independently owned and operated ones.
We also encourage you to help support these independent business people who have built their brands around their talents, to bring you authentic experiences as part of your own enriched life.
We do not charge commissions if you book or shop with one of these brands and all contact information is direct to them. This means you enjoy a more authentic connection with each of our recommended brands, also helping them better sustain their business.
Learn more about each Roulez Crown Collection property in the pages of Roulez Magazine.
Also explore the annual coffee table book entitled Roulez EDITION, a collection of the year’s best Roulez places, people, images and stories.
In essence, we embed in that area and discover what makes it special, presenting those attributes to you in the pages of Roulez Magazine.
By C.Kimberly Toms | Hit the road, Jack (or Jane). You are out of excuses. Here, Roulez Magazine provides the itinerary for a national road trip you will never forget. | READ MORE |
By C.Kimberly Toms | Fort Monroe has so much visual richness to offer on its own, that ghosts are sort of a “given.” The actual history of the island is more interesting… | READ MORE |
By C.Kimberly Toms | Since September 1565, people have been landing and staying in St. Augustine. This establishes the city as America’s oldest continually occupied European settlement. It was first inhabited by the Spaniards, then the English, the Spaniards again, followed by pre-Victorian Americans in 1821. Rarely is ownership of a possession so disputed, without having great appeal, beauty, and value. St. Augustine has all of those traits, whether in the eyes of a real estate owner, political leader, or vacationer… | READ MORE |
By C.Kimberly Toms | Water presses against my legs, quietly urging me to join its direction. I stand firm, dedicated to my spot – the spot – within casting distance of where I sense trout congregate, awaiting the dance of my hand-tied fly upon the river’s surface. Ten o’clock, two o’clock, the rod swishes through the summer morning air. How I love that swish, slicing into the peaceful breezes where cell phones and computer screens don’t exist, that place where stress breaks free from your soul… | READ MORE |