America's Snobbiest Cities

Which locals hold their noses highest in the air? Travel + Leisure readers crowned snobbiest cities in America—and, admittedly, they have good reason to be proud.

No. 20 Orlando

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A turnstile doesn’t exude as much grandeur as a velvet rope, but this Florida theme-park destination made the snobby top 20 anyway—perhaps because a dose of exclusivity can be a relief after a long day of listening to “It’s a Small World.” The local hotel lineup already includes a Waldorf Astoria and Grand Bohemian Hotel, which has 150 rare artworks and an Imperial Grand Bösendorfer piano, and now Orlando also has the Four Seasons at Walt Disney World Resort, featuring a rooftop steakhouse with VIP-worthy views of the nightly fireworks.

America's Snobbiest Cities

No. 20 Orlando

A turnstile doesn’t exude as much grandeur as a velvet rope, but this Florida theme-park destination made the snobby top 20 anyway—perhaps because a dose of exclusivity can be a relief after a long day of listening to “It’s a Small World.” The local hotel lineup already includes a Waldorf Astoria and Grand Bohemian Hotel, which has 150 rare artworks and an Imperial Grand Bösendorfer piano, and now Orlando also has the Four Seasons at Walt Disney World Resort, featuring a rooftop steakhouse with VIP-worthy views of the nightly fireworks.

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