The best hotels aren’t just where you can get the cheapest deal, but also those that offer the most amenities and the highest standards of service. They’re where you’ll feel most at home and have the best experience during your vacation.
When it comes to choosing a hotel for your next trip, many people have their eyes set on a specific destination — like New York City or Miami Beach. But there are actually dozens of luxury accommodations across the country and even more worldwide. So we’ve created a list of our favorite destinations for travelers who want to find the best luxury accommodations.
In New York
Whether you’re looking to soak in the Big Apple’s buzzing energy or enjoy a quiet night at your hotel, these are our picks for the city’s top-rated luxury hotels. Some are new openings that have made a splash, while others are old-world haunts steeped in history.
Brooklyn’s 1 Hotel fuses nature-inspired design with the city’s concrete jungle, with reclaimed wood floors and multi-story green walls in its lobby. Front-facing suites and the rooftop bar and terrace offer jaw-dropping views of the Manhattan skyline and surrounding boroughs.
Restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa’s latest property is a stunning Japanese-themed luxury hotel that tucks away inside the Caesars Palace complex. It’s the perfect way to get a taste of the Vegas lifestyle without having to stray too far off the Strip.
Las Vegas is a huge place, and with so many places to stay, it can be hard to know where to start. We’ve rounded up the best luxury hotels on the Strip, from high-end casinos to boutiques that are more luxurious than you might think.
You can find the best hotels for every kind of traveler at these places. Whether you’re a family, a nature lover, a design purist or a Coachella-goer, these are the spots to be.
This desert oasis in the heart of California’s Coachella Valley is a gorgeous and secluded location that’s perfect for those seeking to unwind. Its hotels are among the best in the valley, offering great rooms and fun pool scenes.
The 900-pound gorilla of hotel review sites is TripAdvisor, with 661 million reviews that cover about 7.7 million accommodations, airlines, restaurants and experiences. But it’s important to remember that TripAdvisor doesn’t require verified bookings or hotel stays, which means there are plenty of bogus reviews out there.
In fact, according to a survey by CivicScience, the real winners aren’t just the usual suspects — they’re “none of the above.” To be included on the list, hotels must be at least 3.5 stars and have at least 20 rooms.
If you’re traveling with kids, Four Seasons Orlando is a great choice because it has an incredible Disney-themed theme park right on site. There’s also a dedicated Disney concierge and transportation to the parks.
Amsterdam’s Waldorf Astoria was ranked the best hotel in Europe for the first time, and it’s an iconic European landmark that’s worth checking out. The hotel comprises six canal-side mansions and features a two-starred Michelin restaurant that specializes in vegetarian cuisine.