You can only go on so many vacations which is why when you do you should be staying at a hotel that’s not just relaxing — it’s also pretty look at. Luckily we did all the hard work for you and compared hundreds of hotels to find the best designed in every state. Whether the decor is vintage-inspired our thoroughly modern and minimalistic all of these hotels are at least super instagrammable and at most major design inspo for your home.
Equal parts gothic, woodland, and modern, the is a welcome break from the stuffy estates you’d expect to find in Alabama. Aside from the cool decor, the hotel offers cooking classes, a wine tasting room, an art gallery, and a spa so there are plenty of things to do should you choose to hole up at the gorgeous property.
The is the only hotel in the world that overlooks both mountains and ocean, ensuring that there’s no bad view in the entire 300-room resort. Close proximity to the outdoors means you’ll never be lacking for activities. Spend the day skiing in the winter or hiking in the summer, then relax by the saltwater pool or get a massage at the spa.
Stunning views of Boynton Canyon and beehive fireplaces are just some of the perks at this southwestern-chic . For added luxury, opt for a pool suite and relax in the comfort of your private pool, patio, and viewing deck.
Get the most out of your getaway by staying at this that doubles as an art museum with ever-changing exhibitions. Need a bite? Stop by The Hive, which dishes up new twists on southern classics.
No stay in the City of Angels is complete without a night at this . Surrounded by 12 acres of tropical gardens, exotic flowers, and California palm trees, the “Pink Palace,” as it’s affectionately known, has been a stomping ground for Hollywood royalty for decades—and still retains every bit of glamour.
Nestled within Denver’s Union Station, this combines history with effortless luxury. Each of the three floors represents a different era of the station’s existence and showcases many of the building’s original 1881 features. Stay in a train car–inspired Pullman Room to complete the experience.
Spanning nineteen created by fifteen different architects, this hotel has something for everybody. Guests can stay in such one-of-a-kind accommodations as a grown-up treehouse, a fully restored helicopter, and a lighthouse—all equipped with wood-burning fireplaces, jacuzzis, and steam showers.
Just two blocks from the beach, this is a luxurious take on a classic coastal getaway, with rooms that eschew seaside kitsch in favor of timeless polish. Bonus: a free shuttle takes you to and from the boardwalk so you never have to break a sweat.
is new to the scene but it’s already made an impression with its modern riffs on nautical design. It still has the laid-back atmosphere you want from your vacation but with urbane touches like exposed concrete beams, succulents instead of cut flowers, and works by local artists in the guest rooms.
Located in the heart of Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District, blends classic Southern elegance with a modern twist and is just steps away from museums, monuments, mansions, gardens, and more.
sleek, understated design is the perfect frame for Maui’s spectacular scenery. Farm-to-table dining, direct access to Mokapu Beach, and on-site luaus and Polynesian feasts are just some of the perks you can enjoy while staying here.
Subtle yet luxurious, this is the perfect place to spend the night in The City of Trees. By day, enjoy everything the city has to offer (it’s all in close proximity), then curl up with a good book in the library or sip signature cocktails by the bar fireplace in the evening.
Celebrating the intersection of art and science, makes everything you loathed in high school seem ultra appealing. Rooms feature sateen fabrics, rose-gold fixtures, gramophones, and murals for a sensorial experience like no other. When you need some brain food, the hotel houses The Albert, an homage to Mr. Einstein himself.
Inspired by America’s industrial age, is a utilitarian decor–lover’s dream. In addition to all the exposed pipework, unfinished wood, and galvanized metal you would expect from a hotel designed with the 19th century in mind, Ironworks also has plenty of modern amenities and is surrounded by several shopping and dining options to fit all your needs.
Self-described as hip and historic, has all the amenities you need and a little style to boot.
Located in a historic 1926 building, this is the perfect blend of luxury and function. Don’t forget to check out the speakeasy-style bar, Dockum, located in the basement.
The first of the , this Louisville treasure has lots to offer in the way of comfort and art. Stay in one of the stylish traditional rooms or enjoy a completely immersive art experience by booking the Cyclone—a colorful sculptural installation designed by Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe. Your stay in the Cyclone includes a record player, vinyls chosen by the artists, custom linens, and more curated touches.
A onetime hangout for the likes of Frank Sinatra, The Doors, and Tennessee Williams (who worked on “A Streetcar Named Desire” while staying here), this historic circa-1927 in the heart of New Orleans’ Garden District has all the charm you’d expect from a Big Easy landmark. In addition to luxurious (and recently renovated) rooms, the property has four restaurants and bar options, including a rooftop lounge with stunning views.
Located in the former home of the Portland Press Herald, the retained many of the building’s original elements and artifacts in its rooms and public spaces. Aside from the many tributes to words, you’ll find art everywhere, especially on the lower level, which houses a gallery featuring the works of local artists. Well-designed rooms, delicious food, and relaxing spa treatments are all part of the package, too.
makes you feel so at home that you’ll never want to go back to yours. The space feels like the curated residence of a well-traveled uncle, with antiques and eclectic furnishings that spark conversation. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the living room, puzzles by the fire, a grand piano in the music room, cocktails at the self-serve bar, and whiskey tastings with the in-house expert.
Located at the foot of Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, is a luxurious place to stay the next time you visit the historic city. The hotel is within minutes of shops, restaurants, and Boston Commons, but if you prefer to stay put it has plenty to offer, including six different bars and restaurants, hotel-curated events, and perfect views of the Charles River.
The newly minted has many treats coming in the future, including an all-day restaurant, rooftop bar, piano-karaoke room, and record shop but it already has much to offer. Aside from coy Art Deco–inspired rooms, the hotel features an in-house coffee roaster, an indulgent candy-pink bar, a restaurant led by a James Beard–nominated chef, a floral-design studio, and an old-fashioned barbershop.
Built in an 1868 brewery, this is the perfect spot for a getaway in Minnesota. Classic rooms cozy up your stay with exposed brick walls and fireplaces, while suites up the ante with fully equipped wet bars. You’ll also find a restaurant that re-imagines hunting and gathering, a cool cocktail bar, and a coffee bar serving up a mean cup of Joe.
Located in a restored historic building, this is the epitome of shabby chic. The 10 individually designed suites balance character and rustic charm—and are the perfect backdrop for a relaxed stay.
From Kansas City’s 1911 Pabst Brewing Depot comes Crossroads, a hip new onto itself. Leather armchairs and perfectly designed gallery walls add an air of sophistication to the rooms while locally curated private bars give a nod to all the great products Kansas City has to offer. In addition to the modern Italian steakhouse, rooftop bar, and cafe on the premises, Crossroads also houses an art gallery featuring local artists and artists-in-residence.
This is the that put glamping on the map. Stay in fully equipped (and gorgeously decorated) safari-style tents or luxury timber homes and take in all of the Blackfoot Valley splendor. How, exactly? Canoeing, fly-fishing, and horseback riding to start, plus cross-country skiing and so much more.
Take a trip back in time in this mod throwback to the ‘60s. Filled bright colors and tons of kitschy Americana, is the perfect way to add a little whimsy to your holiday.
Plenty of Vegas Strip hotels embrace over-the-top maximalism, which is why we love the understated yet luxurious . Located on stunning Lake Tahoe, the Edgewood does a wonderful job of providing warm, sophisticated design without outshining the natural beauty that surrounds it.
Rustic touches like exposed beams, brick fireplaces, and vintage iron frame beds make all the more charming. When not admiring the cute decor, guests can enjoy delicious farm-to-table cuisine and craft brews at the inn’s four restaurants and bars. There’s also plenty to do nearby—from hiking to beach swimming—that is if you ever leave the cozy rooms.
blends elements of the namesake city’s Victorian past with its rock & roll present (this is Bruce Springsteen land, after all). Accommodations come in a variety of shapes and sizes—from bunk rooms for up to eight people to traditional king rooms—but they’re all perfectly decorated with sleek furniture and poignant black-and-white photos of beachgoers past. And guests can lounge on the rooftop, catch a film in the outdoor theater, enjoy live music in the lobby, or soak up the sun at a morning yoga class.