Hotels in U.S.

This LEED-certified and eco-friendly hotel is the first in the newly revitalized Navy Yard campus. Sleek guestrooms feature a turquoise-and-grey palette. Walk to Philadelphia’s professional sports stadiums and concert venues.

This extended stay boutique property combines convenient location with luxuriously hip interiors in a 1920’s-era building.

This stylish, centrally located hotel features sleek rooms and a seasonal rooftop pool.

This Starwood property in a 10-story Georgian revival-style building features 202 rooms with bold black-and-white decor and red accents. Conveniently located in Center City.

In a 12-story beaux arts building, this extended stay property offers furnished luxury apartments in one of the city’s best neighborhoods. The on-site restaurant, a.kitchen, is one of the neighborhood’s most popular.

Situated in between City Hall and Rittenhouse Square, this luxury property blends French and American styles for a sophisticated experience.

Centrally located near popular Rittenhouse Square, this boutique hotel in a historic building features modern upgrades and is known to chauffeur guests around Center City in an Audi sedan.

Ideally located in the posh Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, this Kimpton property prides itself on its Art Deco design and pet-friendly options. The Palomar also offers in-room spa treatments and a complimentary fitness center.

This Kimpton property sits conveniently near historic sites such as Independence Hall and features a rooftop lounge overlooking Liberty Bell Center. The City Center hotel occupies the historic Lafayette Building, and the interior decor vibrates with color.

Charm is the name of the game at this historic boutique property in beautiful Chestnut Hill. Modern amenities compliment 18th-century rooms.

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 style. Plush and persuasive as they are, Montage’s visuals are not considered to be its sharpest weapon.

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.

This quaint, quiet boutique beach hotel has been open continuously since 1927, welcoming travelers with their lush courtyards and ornate Mediterranean Revival lobby.

Opening their first property in the U.S. in Hollywood was a wise choice for the ultra-hip, yet casually quirky, Mama Shelter, a hotel chainlette based in France. The rooms are minimalist with a flair, including pops of canary yellow throughout, subway tile in the bathroom, and in-room iMacs.

Convenient to both the bustle of downtown and the trendy neighborhood hangouts of Logan Circle, the Westin Washington City Center has much to offer a traveler who wants to take in DC’s historic sights as well as its hottest new dining.