5 Cool Boutique Hotels You Can Actually Afford
We don't mind the cold—sometimes we even look forward to a cozy, last minute getaway and a chance to pull our cashmere scarves out of our wardrobes. But we can't deny the idea of travelling north to escape the chill is a pretty attractive idea too. In the spirit of following the sun, we've hunted down the best boutique hotels across the US that won't hurt your back pocket (and won't compromise on style either).
Keep scrolling to browse five amazing boutique hotels in the US, perfect to escape the winter blues.
Zero George Street Hotel
The Zero George Street Hotel in Charleston is made of five restored historic residential buildings, and it offers cooking classes in the Kitchen Carriage House built in 1804.
Chicago’s Public was conceived by hotelier Ian Schrager and features the historic Pump Room restaurant led by James Beard award–winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
The stylish, eco-friendly NYLO hotel on Dallas’s South Side has a rooftop infinity pool to cool off in during hot Texas days.
Situated along Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, the Chamberlain has a private restaurant and bar, as well as complimentary to-and-from transportation to The Grove, if you’re planning on shopping.
Chambers Hotel in Manhattan’s Midtown has over 500 works of original art and boasts Momofuku’s Mà Pêche restaurant just off the lobby.
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Which spot would you choose for an overseas trip? Tell us in the comments below.