Top 15 Beautiful Hotels in the U.S.

With diverse landscapes and iconic cities, beautiful hotels can appear like a dozen in the USA.

However, some hotels are more beautiful compared to others. Check out the top 15 most beautiful hotels of America:


  1. Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California

Each of the hotel’s 39 dwellings features luxe amenities such as wood-burning fireplaces, private terraces, hot tubs, and outdoor showers. Hotel highlights are a spa, a swimming pool, and clifftop basking spas.


  1. Manor Vail Lodge, a Destination Hotel, Vail, Colorado

Suites are outfitted with private terraces and wood-burning fireplaces unlike lodges and chain hotels in the area. Hotel highlights are four hot tubs, outdoor pools, and Fitz Bar and Restaurant.


  1. Bellagio, Las Vegas

The hotel features Mediterranean-style pools, bars and restaurants, and a casino. Other hotel highlights are botanical gardens, a conservatory, and glass flowers.


  1. The Lodge at Sea Island, St. Simons Island, Georgia

The rooms at the Lodge are furnished with cozy sofas and handpicked antiques and are equipped with private balconies providing views over St. Simon’s Sound and windswept coast.


  1. The Nines, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland, Oregon

The Nines exudes an eclectic attraction that appeals to the well-heeled, hip, and young. Suites are outfitted with velvet couches and silver wallpaper and boast city views.


  1. Ocean House, Watch Hill, Rhode Island

The property was renovated in 2004 to its interior wall hues, window placements, and original design. The hotel features a golf course, a cinema, a spa, and Atlantic Ocean views.


  1. The Setai, Miami Beach, Florida

The Setai seems like a beachfront resort than an urban hotel. Suites are sophisticated and upscale rather than beachy and casual with dark wood furnishings and modern d├ęcor.


  1. Palace Hotel – Luxury Collection Hotel in San Francisco

Common spaces at the Palace Hotel were modernized with rich carpets, crystal chandeliers, and atrium ceilings. Several suites feature contemporary furniture, four-poster beds, and marble fireplaces.


  1. The Gant, a Destination Hotel, Aspen, Colorado

The 120 luxurious rooms are outfitted with private balconies and wood-burning stone fireplaces. The Gant features hot tubs, outdoor swimming pools, and tennis courts.


  1. Four Seasons Resort, New Mexico

The guest rooms at the resort are sprawled throughout casita-style dwellings created of adobe to keep with the organic, earthy architecture of the region. Each casita pairs with ultra-luxe amenities and traditional decor.


  1. Montage Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, South Carolina

The 50 cottages at the Montage Palmetto are outfitted with working fireplaces, pinewood floors, vaulted ceilings, and screened porches. The resort offers a luxury spa, two pools, and a golf course.


  1. The Roosevelt, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New Orleans

The Roosevelt features floor mosaics, gold-gilded pillars, and crystal chandeliers. The 504 rooms in the hotel are aristocratic, with rich fabrics and dark wood furnishings.


  1. The St. Anthony, A Luxury Collection Hotel, San Antonio, Texas

The hotel was renovated in 2015 by adding modern touches such as acid-green velvet. Hotel highlights are the St. Anthony Club, a bar, and a rooftop pool.


  1. Lotte New York Palace, New York

The lobby in the hotel features stained-glass windows, coffered ceilings, and crystal chandeliers. Guest rooms have marble bathrooms and contemporary decor.


  1. Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, Maui, Hawaii

Four Seasons is designed in the shape of a horseshoe to make sure Pacific optimal views from nearly every suite. Lodgings in the resort are breezy and bright, outfitted with private lanais and handmade, traditional koa furniture. The infinity pool boasts a bar, underwater music system, and Wailea Beach views.


From Miami beachfront resorts to Rocky Mountains’ alpine lodges, book at one of these hotels for a magnificent stay in the U.S

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