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A boutique hotel anywhere in the magical and diverse continental US promises a balance between a tranquil & cozy atmosphere and a charming design that is made to reflect the trends of the surrounding neighborhood, city, or area. In New York, the boutique hotels are perfectly located in the coolest neighborhoods; in LA, they are fit for celebrities; in Florida, they toe the line between beach resort & quaint escape.

Boutique Hotels USA

The United States is filled with excellent boutique hotels in all its many cities, coastlines, and countrysides. These fine establishments may include spacious spa and wellness centers where you can settle in for a truly rejuvenating stay, while just a stone’s throw from some of America’s best attractions and sightseeing opportunities. Expect also warm hospitality and an intimate atmosphere, perfect for a romantic stay as well as for one with the family. The boutique hotels are especially lovely and a plenty in New York City — stay in style among the huge number of first-rate restaurants, cafes, shops, and sightseeing opportunities like the Empire State Building and the absolutely iconic Statue of Liberty.

Where to stay at a boutique hotel in the USA? Top regions at a glance

East Coast: City of Dreams NYC & lovely New England

New York City is debatably the world capital of cuisine, culture, class, sightseeing, and boutique hotels. From Central Park to the Financial District, Manhattan is bursting at the seams with a particular charm and excitement found only on this city island. If it’s the cool and trendy side of New York you’re after, you’ll find it at a boutique hotel in Midtown, at steak frites for two in Tribeca, at a gallery in Chelsea or the cafe at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or at a gorgeous cocktail bar Downtown. Elsewhere in this sprawling metropolis, find once-in-a-lifetime attractions and sights and activities, like ice skating at the Rockefeller Center, taking the ferry out to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, enjoying a leisurely stroll through Central Park, or relishing in the stimulating, all-American atmosphere of Times Square. If you’re looking for something a little quieter and quainter, Boston and Washington DC both strike a great balance between that New England smaller-city charm and all the perks of visiting state (or country) capitals. In Washington DC, the boutique hotels are as presidential as the city itself — stately in their design, the quiet ambiance and meticulously curated interiors promise to leave you feeling fresh and taken care of.

Florida and the American South: Sun sun sun & fun fun fun

![Boutique Hotels in the USA] (/public/cache/hotel/plain-nowater-nocrop/ x/10806_the_plymouth_miami_beach_0827013.jpg "Boutique Hotels in the USA")!!{© The Plymouth Miami Beach}{.medium.right}!!link Down south in always-sunny Florida, find miles and miles of beaches and fun ocean and gulf-side cities and resort towns. Especially in Miami, the boutique hotels offer something special — usually beachside, these beautiful establishments grant sweeping Atlantic views, sprawling sunbathing patio balconies, light and airy rooms individually designed and decorated in the American beach house style, and hip bar and restaurants scenes both in-house and nearby in happening Miami. While in the Magic City, spend ample time laying out on Miami Beach and South Beach, traversing the Art Deco District, shopping your way through the Bayside Marketplace, and watching performances and events at the iconic Olympia Theater. A boutique hotel in New Orleans is the way to stay in this totally charming city known for its Creole cuisine, amazing music scene, and naturally the world-famous celebration of Mardi Gras, when the streets fill with jovial scenes and visitors from all over the world. Enjoy time in the in-house spa and soak up the royal, tastefully designed atmosphere before hitting the bustling streets of NOLA. In Texas, especially in Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin, it’s hot and beautiful and the streets are populated with fun barbecue and Tex-Mex restaurants, friendly people, and an array of cultural highlights like contemporary art galleries, Texas’ famous painted churches, and the extensive art museums in Houston and San Antonio.

West Coast: California class

When one thinks of California, they probably imagine that particular, unlike-any-where-else, laidback & light style — to fully hone on this energy, try a boutique hotel in LA, San Francisco, or within one of the breathtaking landscapes just inland from the Pacific Coast. Beginning there, in Palm Springs or Joshua Tree, the boutique hotels are decked out with classy meets cabin meets resort design, special amenities like an in-room fireplace, spacious pools, and prime locations within some of the most beautiful natural scenes of the American West. Just west is the very famous Los Angeles, home to Hollywood, the Dodgers, the rich and famous, a beautiful and well-developed coastline, so much art and culture, and even Disneyland. There’s little else as beautiful as the San Gabriel Mountains as backdrop to the metallic Downtown and the bustling streets filled with vintage convertibles and lined with palm trees. A boutique hotel in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, or Downtown will have you rubbing elbows with celebrities while also affording you a homey atmosphere sure to make your stay that much more comfortable. San Francisco is the place to be for young professionals — the Silicon Valley radiates a story of success and class over the area, and also of fun in all the many trendy bars and restaurants.

Good to know

Getting around: Some people may underestimate the sheer size of the United States — it’s massive. If you plan on visiting more than one state or region, it’s quite easy to jet around by plane but if you plan on doing some all-American road tripping, make sure you do take into consideration the actual amount of time you are required to be on the road. Also consider that in almost all cities in the US, excluding New York, public transportation is not a priority and that having a car is essential in getting around (unless you decide to rely on taxis).

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