You could stay anywhere, but why not stay at a hotel that’s about more than a comfy bed or room service. How about a hotel where you can’t stop taking photos because every corner has a unique feature or because they’ve gone out of their way to create a true experience!
Looking for a great place to stay for your next big getaway? Check out these hotels which are all about the experience:
Aria Resort Hotel and Casino
Head to Aria for the ultimate Las Vegas experience, complete with gaming, sophisticated cuisine, dazzling shows, and one of Sin City’s most energetic nightlife experiences. Technologically-advanced Millennials adore this hotel, in part because they can control a variety of room functions via convenient touchscreen devices. These devices ensure constant comfort, but things get even comfier at the hotel’s three ellipse-shaped pools, where you can relax with your smartphone in one hand and a delicious cocktail in the other.Virgin Hotel
The Virgin Hotel brings out the chic in Chicago with its upscale decor, trendy menus, and delectable craft cocktails. Millennial visitors spend much of their time at the hotel’s Commons Club, which offers complimentary cocktails every day at 7 p.m. The only thing more relaxing than a complimentary cocktail is a visit to the Virgin’s acclaimed spa, which offers everything from detox wraps to couples massages.
A contemporary hotel conveniently located off the corner of 50th and Broadway, citizenM is designed to mimic the chic urban home in which you’ve always dreamed of living. This means providing small, but comfortable bedrooms for sleeping, and larger living rooms in which socialization is encouraged. The hotel’s unique living rooms feature vast collections of books, movies, and artifacts from all around the world. Guests enjoy free entrance to citizenM’s rooftop bar, which offers a stunning panoramic view of the Big Apple.
Located a short walk from Apple’s Cupertino headquarters, Aloft offers the tech-friendliness you’d expect to find in a Bay Area hotel. Every room comes equipped with its own Apple TV, along with complimentary high-speed internet access. The hotel is certified as a Bay Area Green Business, so you can take comfort in knowing that your stay will not contribute to environmental degradation. When you’re not out and about in Cupertino, you’ll invariably find yourself at the W XYZ Bar, where you can enjoy live acoustic performances or dance to the hits spun by the region’s hottest DJs.
W South Beach
Nothing quite compares to the notorious Miami party scene, which is exemplified by W South Beach. The vibrant complex is just steps from the ocean, although many guests struggle to leave the hotel’s glorious pools. Active types prefer to hang out at W South Beach’s tennis and basketball courts. Art enthusiasts adore the hotel’s expansive collection, which includes great works from Andy Warhol, George Condo, and Julian Schnabel.
Millennials have revived the concept of work-life balance, which is an obvious priority at Norwalk’s EVEN Hotel. The hotel provides a calming atmosphere designed to enhance productivity should you take a working vacation, or promote recharging if you decide to ditch your laptop for a few days. Physical activity is also a priority; options include in-room training and group classes that emphasize cardio and core work.
The nautically-themed Hotel Zephyr is the perfect place to stay if you’re intent on exploring San Francisco’s acclaimed Fisherman’s Wharf. The hotel has thoroughly captured the essence of Millennial cool with its shuffleboard table and its comfy outdoor fir epit. Nerds are welcomed with open arms, and encouraged to take advantage of the hotel’s smart TVs, USB charging ports, and G-Link media hubs.
The Curtis, A Double Tree by Hilton
Experience the casual sophistication of Denver at its finest at The Curtis, a downtown staple that combines the best of modern convenience with old school charm. A variety of amenities are offered, but none are quite as popular as the hotel’s famed chocolate chip cookies, served perfectly warm and gooey. After downing a delicious cookie, take some time to tour each of The Curtis’ pop culture-themed floors. Although Baby Boomers favor the hotel for its nostalgic vibes, Millennials also appreciate its retro appeal.