Grand Living travel guides are annual, hardbound coffee-table books that delight
readers with a savvy, insider’s view of the area. They are available, in-room, at area hotels, motels, and rentals.
Through gorgeous photography and insightful articles, our travel guides are publications visitors are compelled to pick up and want to linger over—timely yet timeless, and reflective of the soul and spirit of the city. Their modern, eye-catching designs and innovative layouts create an environment designed to impress hotels/rentals, attract advertisers, and travelers who stay in them.
These guides offer useful information that helps visitors decide where to go, what to do, what to eat, what to buy, and what attractions to visit during their time in the area. It’s a valuable resource for the traveler, presented with the highest standards!
Our travel guides offer rich content and an editorialized layout for advertisers, offering them the opportunity to share their business scope as opposed to a snapshot. Grand Living travel guides have a proven track record, with annual renewals averaging 95%+.
“Real Hospitality Group manages several properties in Ocean City and find this book to be a true resource for our guests. I only wish we had a book like this that was made available to all of our guests in each community we serve.”
- Ben Seidel – owner, Real Hospitality Group
Hardbound books stay around, affording you years of passive advertising.
We recycle books into local medical/dental offices and other areas with waiting rooms; stretching your ad dollars into the local markets too. They will live in these locations for years!
Grand Living travel guides are so popular with travelers that we often sell them in the resorts we occupy and online, as a keepsake from a great vacation. Repeat visitors collect them and look forward to each new issue.
“Visitors love Inside Chincoteague for the mix of information about Chincoteague Island combined with photos of their favorite places. The guide showcases the charm and natural beauty of the area. It provides an overview of the many foods, arts, outdoor adventures, accommodations, and shops available on the Island. Many visitors want copies of the guide to take home as a souvenir of their vacation and to show friends and family. Inside Chincoteague has been a great addition to local publications about Chincoteague Island.”
—Jonathan and Jane Richstein, Owners Sundial Books