Ever wonder what the most luxurious hotels in the country have to offer? These five-star hotels and resorts offer guests the pinnacle of relaxation and indulgence. After seeing what these beautiful establishments have in store for their patrons, you’ll be ready to book a trip to one of these unique hotels!
New Orleans, LA – Maison de la Luz
Located at 546 Carondelet St. in New Orleans, Maison de la Luz defines itself as a “guest house” featuring 67 suites. Atelier Ace, a well-known creative agency that develops and operates hotels, is behind this luxurious hospitality experience.
When building Maison de la Luz, Atelier Ace aimed to redefine luxury within a five-star establishment in New Orleans. They even commissioned Studio Shamshiri, a Los Angeles-based interior design firm, to help curate the design and feel of the hotel.
Visitors have six different suite options. Each suite at this resplendent building offers bespoke amenities, decadent décor, gorgeous lighting, and state-of-the-art technology. The Grand Studio Suite, on the second floor of Maison de la Luz, features 17-foot ceilings, a soaking tub, and dual vanities. The One-Bedroom Suite has a four-piece bathroom, an arched entrance, and hardwood floors. No detail in this establishment has been overlooked.
Guests can also get to know each other more intimately in their shared “Living Room”–reserved for themselves and their friends only–where each night they are served wine, cheese, and handcrafted cocktails. In the morning, guests can head to the Breakfast Room, kicking off their days together with delicious entrees, cold-pressed juices, and, of course, hot coffee.
Seattle, WA – Lotte Hotel
Travelers looking to explore downtown Seattle will love the Lotte’s location on 5th Avenue and Marion Street. The hotel is just a stone’s throw away from Pioneer Square, the Seattle Central Library, the Sky View Observatory at the Columbia Center, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Space Needle. Guests also have extraordinarily convenient access to some of Seattle’s best shopping malls, the Pike Place Market, the Waterfront, the Gum Wall, and the most acclaimed restaurants in the city.
189 unique rooms make up the Lotte Hotel Seattle, where guests will enjoy mid-century modern style, unbelievable views of downtown Seattle, a fitness room, a sauna, a spa, a business center, concierge service, valet parking, and much more. Feel like playing the piano? The suite pictured above has you covered with an in-room grand piano!
Nashville, TN – The Hermitage Hotel
This hotel has the incredible distinction of being on the United States’ National Register of Historic places since 1975. The 113-year-old building is also a member of the Historic Hotels of America, which is an official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Its famous lobby is a Beaux-Arts masterpiece featuring a grand staircase, a painted glass ceiling, golden walls of Sienna marble, and ornamental plaster.
When booking your stay at the Hermitage, choose from a variety of luxurious rooms, including the Presidential Suite, the Executive Suite, the City Suite, the Junior Suite, the Deluxe Room, and the Grand King Deluxe Room. You might even stay in a room that has been visited by legends like Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Babe Ruth, and John F. Kennedy.
The Hermitage offers some of the most high-end amenities in the city of Nashville. The rooms feature furniture imported from Europe, in-room dining, and personalized service around the clock. Enjoy the spa, fitness center, shoe-shine service, babysitters, valet parking, limousine service, and pet-friendly spaces in between your exploration of beautiful Tennessee. This hotel is located at 231 6th Avenue N, conveniently located just minutes from downtown Nashville.
Cape Neddick, ME – Cliff House
If seaside views are your thing, the stunning Cape Neddick, Maine, should be added to your travel list. This resort has been hosting travelers since 1872, and it’s become an iconic establishment along the beaches of Ogunquit.
Stay in one of 226 luxurious rooms that feature private terraces where you can soak in the ocean air and beautiful views. Take a trip to the spa and wellness center, or enjoy one of the many restaurants that offer eats right on the beach.
The secluded beaches of Cliff House make for a great retreat after a day trip to Boston (located a little over an hour south), or even New Hampshire (just about an hour west). You can also spend your whole visit exploring the small-town luxury of Cliff House’s surrounding neighborhoods.