25 Most Fancy Hotels in the United States

The United States is home to some of the most exotic hotels in the world. If you’re looking for adventure, why not try a unique experience you won’t find anywhere else? Here are some of the most fancy hotels you could come across on your travels.

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The Stanley Hotel

333 East Wonderview Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado

The Shining was filmed here.

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Wigwam Motel

811 West Hopi Drive, Holbrook, Arizona

This place was originally a museum shop.

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Dog Bark Park Inn

2421, Business Loop 95, Cottonwood, Idaho

The dog’s name is ‘Sweet Willy.’

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Jules’ Undersea Lodge

51 Shoreland Drive, Key Largo, Florida

This fancy hotel in the United States features underwater pizza delivery!

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The Atari Hotel

Roosevelt Row’s Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona

This exotic hotel has an on-site VR Room.

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La Cantera Resort & Spa

16641 La Cantera Parkway, San Antonio, Texas

Walk the adjoined nature trail for gorgeous views.

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The Ludlow Hotel

180 Ludlow Street, New York, New York

Located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

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The Battle House Renaissance Hotel & Spa

26 North Royal Street, Mobile, Alabama

The architectural style is called Georgian-Revival.

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Hotel Del Coronado

1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado, California

There are four different suite choices to choose from at this fancy hotel in the United States.

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Pensacola Grand Hotel

200 East Gregory Street, Pensacola, Florida

There’s a library in the lobby that was built in 1912.

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The Pollard Hotel

2 Broadway Avenue North, Red Lodge, Montana

Buffalo Bill once stayed here with Calamity Jane.

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Hotel Deco XV at The Redick Tower

1504 Harney Street, Omaha, Nebraska

The only Art Deco hotel in Nebraska.

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The Omni Homestead Resort

7696 Sam Snead Highway, Hot Springs, Virginia

This place contains Virginia’s largest collection of hot springs.

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Governor’s Inn Bed and Breakfast

1612 Bath Avenue, Ashland, Kentucky

There are only four rooms, guaranteeing peace and quiet.

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Hotel Les Mars

27 North Street, Healdsburg, California

We’re in wine country now.

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Jupiter Hotel Portland

800 East Burnside Street, Portland

They serve up organic coffee every morning.

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Hilton Columbus Downtown

401 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio

Gourmet hard-shell tacos? Don’t mind if we do.

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The Lakefront Anchorage

4800 Spenard Road, Anchorage, Alaska

This is the only hotel in Anchorage on a lake.

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The Study at Yale

1157 Chapel Street, New Haven, Connecticut

These suites each have private studies.

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Butterfly Mansion Bed & Breakfast

77 Progress Avenue, Hawkinsville, Georgia

Four-course breakfasts? Count us in.

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Lai Nani Oceanfront Estate

31-212 Hawaii Belt Road, Hakalau, Hawaii

This fancy hotel is also a condo. People live here.

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The Mayo Hotel

115 West 5th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Built in Chicago School style.

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Pomegranate Inn

49 Neal Street, Portland, Maine

There’s a delicious complimentary breakfast every morning.

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Sagamore Pendry Baltimore

1715 Thames Street, Baltimore, Maryland

This exotic hotel features heavenly on-site massages.

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The Inn of Five Graces

150 East De Vargas Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico

All furnishings hail from East India.



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