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The original austerity boot camp incorporates lengthy hikes and 1,000-calorie vegan days. Famous guests: Oprah Winfrey, Ashley Judd, Cindy Crawford. Read More

One of the city's most iconic hotels, the Beverly Hills Hotel draws everyone from Hollywood big wigs to families looking to escape the pulse of the city... Read More

The Bristol, located about a block from Horton Plaza and three blocks from the Gaslamp Quarter, is a boutique hotel with 102 guest rooms. It houses a... Read More

All signs of kitsch are gone from this property (previously the anime-themed Hotel Tomo). Now, San Francisco's newest boutique hotel shines like a... Read More

Ensconced in a nondescript 1970s apartment building, this unassuming boutique hotel is a peaceful retreat from the hard-partying Sunset Strip nearby.... Read More

High atop Nob Hill, the Fairmont San Francisco offers panoramic view of the city and elegant historic architecture fit for royals. Three restaurants, a... Read More

Opened in 1911, this eight-floor Art Nouveau hotel is located between the financial district and Moscone Convention Center, just a six-minute walk from... Read More

From the owners of Limn, a West Coast chain of bleeding-edge furniture showrooms, comes the 27-room, eco-friendly Greens Hotel; it anchors a new mini... Read More

Located in one of the most desirable and exclusive neighborhoods in San Diego County, the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe combines boutique hotel with classic... Read More

The 48-room Inn at the Opera brings a reverence for the arts to the city's Hayes Valley area. Within walking distance from the Davies Symphony Hall and... Read More

A former army barracks that is now a 22-room Georgian revival-style inn with relaxed country-chic rooms. Located near the Golden Gate Bridge, among the... Read More

This Spanish-style inn, located in the Presidio District, is only three blocks from Santa Barbara’s main drag, State Street. Each of the 23 rooms... Read More

Grand architecture and old world charm set atop Nob Hill make this one of San Francisco’s most classic luxury hotels. Its rich woods, elegant fabrics,... Read More

Koreatown is arguably one of the city’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods, and now it has its own design hotel courtesy of the Sydell Group. If you don’t... Read More

When you enter the Lodge at Torrey Pines, you're immediately greeted by doormen in kilted Scottish dress—a throwback to a bygone area. And though the... Read More

With views of the snowy Sherwin peaks, the hotel is well-suited to families, especially its duplex “loft” rooms, which have balconies and... Read More

Designed with the concept of Palm Desert in the late 1940’s, this one-level motor-style inn is a bright beacon of orange and lemon yellow. Twenty... Read More

On a prime swath of Los Angeles real estate, this Spanish-style hotel mixes old-Hollywood touches with modern glam that pays homage to Mediterranean... Read More

Fresh from a major renovation in 2015, this historic hotel boasts Victorian décor in its spacious guestrooms, which feature 11-foot ceilings and picture... Read More

When it comes to luxury, the opulent Peninsula Beverly Hills has it honed in. The five star property is right in the heart of all of the high end... Read More

This chic, all-suite boutique hotel on Vine is a little oasis in the heart of Hollywood. The Redbury's secluded, red-painted rooftop is lit by strings... Read More

Stretched through a sleek glass high-rise, The Ritz-Carlton is the pinnacle of Downtown luxury. The rooftop pool deck affords panoramic vistas; Wolfgang... Read More

The chic and breezy 14-room Rose Hotel, located just off the oh-so-trendy artists enclave of Abbot Kinney Ave., is the epitome of minimalist beach chic.... Read More

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