By Travel + Leisure and Travel + Leisure Staff
September 05, 2014

Less than $200 a night and brand new. Meet the latest crop of affordable new hotels in the U.S.

The Remote Outpost: Outlook Lodge, Colorado Springs, Colorado

To get to the new Outlook Lodge, in Colorado, you’ll set off along a dirt road into the Rocky Mountains. After being welcomed by a strapping host, you’re on your own to explore the area trails or just grab a book and relax on the rustic porch.

The Next-Gen Business Hotel: Thompson Chicago

With a retro look that’s stylish and sexy, the Thompson Chicago would fit in perfectly on Mad Men. Interiors are Mid-Century modern and the floor-to-ceiling glass windows frame Chicago’s posh Gold Coast neighborhood. Plus, you’re just steps away from the city’s luxury boutiques.

The Scene Maker: Redbury Hotel South Beach, Miami Beach

Photographer and music video director Matthew Rolston is the big name behind The Redbury, one of Miami’s hippest hotel openings this year. It isn’t on the beach, but it won us over with its massive roof deck and in-room vintage record players—plus records.

High-Design Haven: The Sparrows, Palm Springs, California

Lastly, The Sparrows proves that California’s Palm Springs remains the ultimate desert escape for those who want to a dose of sunny weather—plus gallery hopping. And thanks to the Sparrow’s easy-on-the wallet price tag, you’ll have more to spend on fun finds to bring home.