The 50 Best Hotels in the USA 2020 Part 32020-03-09
30. The Dewberry Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina, is nothing if not charming, and The Dewberry Charleston perfectly embodies the quaint city. A comforting blend of old and new, this hotel offers modern amenities like a full-service spa and salon, a fitness center and high-tech meeting rooms in a historic building. Guests can also make use of the property’s luxury house car service, 24-hour in-room dining and complimentary bicycles. Not to mention, the hotel’s Citrus Club lounge sits on one of the highest rooftops in the city, so you’ll have no shortage of photo-ops.
29. Sonnenalp Hotel
The Sonnenalp Hotel was created long before Vail, Colorado, became one of the country’s most famous ski destinations. Modeled after a German ski lodge, the Sonnenalp Hotel illustrates European influence through its architecture, decor and dining options (guests love the Swiss Chalet restaurant). The hotel is situated in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and offers an array of activities for every season. In the winter, guests can hit the slopes or embark on guided snowshoe tours, and in the summer, they can try hiking or paddleboarding. The spa and indoor pools are available year-round, as is the kids club.
28. The Inn of the Five Graces
The Inn of the Five Graces overwhelms the senses with its vibrant colors and captivating patterns decorating almost every surface. Guest rooms feature wood-burning fireplaces and intricate mosaics as well as luxury bath amenities and stocked minibars. In the morning, visitors can enjoy an authentic (and complimentary) New Mexican breakfast. Whereas for dinner, they can indulge in French cuisine at 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar. The on-site spa centers around ancient practices and herbal treatments, and guests can choose between specialties like Himalayan salt stone massages and mud treatments. Or they can opt to spend their days exploring surrounding Santa Fe, New Mexico, which is steeped in history, unique culture and near constant sunlight.
27. The Jefferson, Washington, DC
History comes to life at The Jefferson, Washington DC, which is the No. 4 best hotel in the District of Columbia and No. 27 in the country. While this hotel is located downtown in the perfect location for sightseers and museumgoers, guests don’t even need to step foot outside the property to witness original Thomas Jefferson signatures, marvel over curated art or speak to a historian. The Jefferson fully immerses travelers in the atmosphere of the nation’s capital, offering ornate decor, plenty of natural light and spacious guest rooms as well. Home to a Michelin-starred restaurant, a sophisticated bar and several well-equipped meeting rooms, this hotel is a true Washington staple.
26. Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C.
What was once a Washington post office is now a glamorous hotel with dramatic touches like 16-foot ceilings in the guest rooms. Accommodations are decorated in cream and blue tones and boast expansive city views from large windows. This Trump hotel is ideal for business travelers as there is 38,000 square feet of meeting and event space across 17 rooms, and the ballroom is one of the largest in the city. The hotel also houses a modern steakhouse and the Benjamin Bar & Lounge, which is appropriately named for Benjamin Franklin, the nation’s first Postmaster General.
25. Ocean House
The name Ocean House may bring to mind a weathered beach cottage, but in reality, this No. 1 Best Hotel in Rhode Island (and No. 25 Best Hotel in the USA) is a massive yellow Victorian mansion overlooking the sea. The only AAA Five Diamond property in Rhode Island, the Ocean House first opened in 1868 and has since grown into a culinary gem, a spa lover’s heaven and an increasingly popular wedding destination. Inside, guest rooms come adorned in nautical blues and whites, and the larger suites and cottages provide ample space for groups or bridal parties. Private beach cabanas, yachts, croquet greens and fishing charters are among the many hotel amenities.
24. Baccarat Hotel New York
Decorated in whites, silvers and pops of crimson, the Baccarat Hotel New York is straight out of a magazine. A meal at The Grand Salon (the hotel’s acclaimed restaurant) will delight foodies and a drink at The Bar, with its black-and-white checkered floors and extravagant chandeliers, will make you feel like you’ve traveled back in time. The No. 24 Best Hotel in the USA and the No. 3 Best Hotel in New York City, this property also boasts pristine interiors in its guest rooms, which feature marble bathrooms and crystal accents. Guests rave about the on-site Spa de la Mer, which offers body treatments, massages and facials in a chic environment.
23. The Hay-Adams
With panoramic views of the monuments and a city center location to boot, The Hay-Adams has become a Washington institution. The hotel offers guests easy access to the city’s best sites from its position beside the White House. Visitors can explore the nearby bars and restaurants or dine at the on-site treasure The Lafayette. While it’s steeped in American history, The Hay-Adams also boasts many modern in-room amenities, including plush beds with custom Italian linens, Bluetooth speakers, flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Not to mention, the hotel’s meeting and event venues make doing business a breeze.
22. Fairmont Grand Del Mar
Sunny San Diego is the perfect place to relax, and the many lavish amenities at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar help guests do just that. After all, it’s impossible not to feel at peace when you’re surrounded by pink walls, well-groomed courtyards, sparkling pools and outdoor fireplaces. The on-site spa garners praise from visitors for its extravagant decor and plethora of treatment options. Best of all, parents can enjoy a massage or facial without interruption while their children play at the kids club or take golf lessons. The hotel also offers kids dining programs to ensure everyone enjoys the six on-site restaurants.
21. Montage Beverly Hills
The Montage Beverly Hills is just as posh as the city that surrounds it. Guests can expect to enjoy amenities like a full-service spa, a rooftop pool with private cabanas and access to complimentary car service in one of the hotel’s Cadillacs. Visitors can also savor French cuisine for lunch and dinner at Gilles @ Montage Beverly Hills or opt for weekend brunch at The Rooftop Grill. The luxury continues in the guest rooms, which feature LCD TVs, in-room tablets and complimentary Champagne upon arrival.
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