Perfect for long summer weekends, these boutique properties offer a welcome respite from your everyday but with all the warmth of home.
Originally built in the 17th century, this historic inn offers a refreshing twist on traditional Charleston elegance thanks to Betsy Berry, who gave it a contemporary spin.
Palm Springs, CA
Mark D. Sikes reimagined this mid-century Palm Springs hotel as a cozy yet eclectic escape. And of course he filled it with his two favorite colors: white and blue!
Los Angeles, CA
Sally Breer decorated each room with exotic and luxurious details inspired by iconic, far-flung places from Monaco to Paris.
Santa Barbara, CA
Filled with Moroccan-influences, this Martyn Lawrence Bullard-designed hotel is just off the beach and, in true California style, brings the outdoors in.
San Francisco, CA
Each room in this cool, sophisticated hotel has its own personality thanks to Kelly Wearstler, who breathed new life into the historic building.
What once was a luxury department store is now a completely transformed quirky and art-driven boutique hotel by Bristow | Proffitt Studio. And all of the rooms are pink!
The Inn at Hastings Park
Robin Gannon brought this colonial-era inn, located just outside of Boston, into the 21st century with a lively mix of pattern and furniture.
The Ramble Hotel
Johnson Nathan Strohe filled this 50-room boutique hotel—located in a hip, artistic neighborhood in Denver—with Old World charm.
The Siren Hotel
This historical building sat vacant for decades before the Ash NYC infused it with mystery and romance, resulting in the hottest new boutique hotel in downtown Detroit.