Sometimes the accommodations alone make a vacation worth taking. With that in mind, there are many U.S. cities that have some brand-new hotels worthy of booking a trip. While you may have visited a few of these cities in the past, believe us when we tell you that these hotels make a return trip worth the effort.
If you’re into hotels with nautical themes, the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore will deliver in spades. Located on the harbor, this new Baltimore hotel combines luxury with classic boat décor. The hotel has two suites that are designed to simulate a captain’s quarters. The other 126 rooms are done up in a similar fashion, with several other antique nautical items strewn throughout the hotel. If you’re looking for amazing cuisine during your Baltimore trip, the hotel’s onsite restaurant won’t disappoint either.
The Proper hotel in San Francisco isn’t exactly new but it’s been completely overhauled. Guests are treated to seven stories of accommodations decorated and furnished with a vintage style that makes this Mid-Market venue one of the hottest new hotels in California. The hotel’s restaurant and rooftop bar just add to the list of reasons this hotel should be on your bucket list.
New York City
If mental relaxation and wellness are on your list of priorities when vacationing, the new Assemblage Hotel in New York City will make a trip to the Big Apple well worth your while. Aside from the spacious rooms, complete with kitchenettes, you’ll also find a ton of amenities designed to boost your mental health. An onsite juice bar provides a menu full of brain-boosting creations and you can also attend meditation sessions or book an appointment with an in-house life coach.
How nice would it be to take an amazing vacation while also giving back to the community? Well, if you book a room at the new St. Jane Chicago hotel that’s exactly what you’ll be doing. Named after the Nobel Peace Prize-winning hero Jane Addams, this new Chicago hotel donates a percentage of its profits to the Jackson Chance Foundation, which assists newborn patients in the neonatal ICU at a local hospital.