USA - Boutique hotels - East Coast from North to South

My Boutique Hotel - De Portland à Miami, avec Manhattan New York, Philadelphie et Washington.  

La côte est des États-Unis est inégalée dans la diversité de son offre aux visiteurs: des villes universitaires décontractées de la Nouvelle-Angleterre au bourdonnement urbain de villes telles que New York et Boston, la région abrite également Washington DC, Philadelphie historique et la métropole tropicale de Miami. Le voyageur averti sera naturellement attiré par quelque chose d'un peu différent des options d'hébergement habituelles, où intervient.

Des hôtels Art déco vintage à Miami au chic Madison Avenue chic (avec vue sur Central Park) via des services appartements à DC, chaque besoin a été anticipé, en mettant l'accent sur la qualité, le style et le design. Portland, Maine Probablement la ville la plus branchée de la Nouvelle-Angleterre, Portland a une scène artistique et gastronomique florissante, ainsi qu'un emplacement enviable sur la côte à un peu plus de 100 miles au sud de Boston.

Hôtel Portland

Hôtel Portland The Press Hoteldans le vieux port historique de Portland propose un hébergement de luxe avec un riff intéressant sur le format de l'hôtel de charme: construit autour d'un thème de salle de presse vintage, l'hôtel dispose de sa propre galerie d'art, qui abrite des œuvres de divers artistes locaux, ainsi qu'une installation de machine à écrire vintage. Des cocktails artisanaux sont à savourer au bar exclusif Inkwell de l'hôtel, idéal pour prendre un verre avant de dîner au restaurant Union, qui sert les aliments les plus frais produits par les agriculteurs et les pêcheurs locaux. Une fois que vous aurez pris votre retraite pour la nuit, vous verrez que les chambres d'hôtes sont équipées de superbes salles de bains en marbre, d'un bureau des journalistes des années 1920 et de portes en verre de roseau inspirées des grandes salles de rédaction américaines du passé. Pensez aux planchers de bois franc, aux panoramas panoramiques de la ville illuminés par des lumières scintillantes,

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The press hotel portland Boston Founded in 1630, Boston is one of America's most historic cities. From the Museum of Fine Arts to Faneuil Hall and Copley Place Mall, Boston is glamorous and thriving.

Nine Zero, Boston

Nine Zero, Boston With everything from pet-friendly premises to in-room spa services and a hosted wine evening each night (at no extra charge to hotel residents) Nine Zero is a strong contender for the title of best boutique hotel in Boston. Located just across from Boston Common, Nine Zero is the the heart of downtown, and commands iconic city skyline views from the spacious guest bedrooms. Speaking of which, rooms and suites are decorated in a tasteful, understated and modern American style, and complimentary papers are delivered to your door on request. The Highball Lounge offers classic cocktails and contemporary international food, all within the plush surroundings of Chesterfield couches, reclaimed wood walls, and mirrored antique tables. Guests frequently comment on the high level of service, as well as the excellent value for money when compared with other upscale hotels in the city.

Fifteen Beacon in Beacon Hill is situated in a perfect Beaux Arts building, and is operated on an eco-friendly green policy, meaning that the management prioritise recycling, conserving resources, and making full use of environmentally friendly cleaning products. When it comes to guest rooms, there are only 7 per floor, guaranteeing an intimate atmosphere- much like a private residence. Warm yourself by your own fire, and snuggle into a cosy cashmere throw- the little details that make all the difference aren't neglected here. With Italian marble bathrooms, Champagne, and fresh flowers in each guest room, residents will fully enjoy their Boston sanctuary for the length of their stay at Fifteen Beacon.

Montauk, NY Located 20 miles off the coast of Connecticut, Montauk is the historic home of the Native Americans from whom it takes its name, and is today a luxury beach resort island.

Hôtels de charme Montauk

Boutique hotels Montauk A chilled out, luxury beach hotel vibe permeates the Montauk Beach House. With 4 distinct types of room (Moonlight Rooms, OceanMist Rooms, Whitewater Garden Rooms, and Whitewater Lofts) and the No.50 Eatery, Bar, Lounge & Social Gathering Space to cater to culinary needs, Montauk Beach House is the perfect boutique summer hangout, even boasting an upper-level Zen Zone for ultimate relaxation. The Moonlight rooms have an English country house aesthetic with high ceilings, while the OceanMist Terrace rooms are placed conveniently by the poolside, with a private terrace for making the best of the fine New England summers. On the other hand, the Whitewater lofts are all stripped-back exposed wood and crisp white linens, with private balconies. Finally, the Whitewater Garden rooms come with their own 200ft gardens- ideal for entertaining or relaxing in blissful seclusion.

New York The city that needs no introduction- and from established visitor hotspots such as Times Square, to upcoming neighbourhoods in Queens, the NYC boutique hotel scene has it all.

The Baccarat Hotel and Residences in West Street, Manhattan, combines luxury and excellent service with a modern, trendy aesthetic. Glass fronted, the hotel couldn't be better located: it's just across the street from MoMA, while Central Park, Times Square, and buzzing Midtown are just minutes away. As well as the usual complimentary high-speed internet and oversize flatscreen TVs, in-room mini bars are thoughtfully filled with treats from Parisian label Fauchon, and exquisite baccarat crystal pieces appear throughout. Think floor-to-ceiling windows, muted browns and creams, and bespoke bed linen with soft cashmere throws when it comes to the hotel's design principles. Designed by Gilles & Boissiers, the team behind the new Mandarin Oriental in Marrakesh, the hotel blends the best of European charm with American convenience. Pet friendly, and with a convenient Lobby Lounge and Library for unwinding at the end of a long day, the

Boro New York boasts light-flooded, extra spacious guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a complimentary continental breakfast. Located in up and coming Queens, the Boro offers that luxury which is so difficult to find in New York: a bit of quiet! With sleek, minimalist communal areas (think muted tones of cream, white, beige, and grey), high ceilings, and enormous guest bedrooms, this boutique space has been designed with thought and care. Rooms boast balconies with views over Manhattan, while rooms with tubs can also be requested- a great boon in space-saving shower-friendly NYC. Guest reviews constantly compliment the high levels of service and hospitality at the Boro, which far exceeds other establishments offering similar rates. You won't find a hotel more central or in a more vibrant area than the citizenM Times Square.

Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just off the corner of Broadway and 50th street, citizenM offers fresh style and relaxation at a budget price in the heart of the Big Apple, and was featured on the Condé Nast Traveler Hot List 2013. The hotel boasts that it "sold the hotel clichés and used the money to make your stay cheaper": what that means in practice is bijou rooms without old-fashioned trouser presses, and instead equipped with wall-to-wall windows, flatscreen TVs with complimentary premium channels (such as HBO for the latest must-watch series), and rainfall showers- and a panoramic rooftop drinking den known as cloudbar. No wonder the hotel has been described as "almost perfect" on TripAdvisor. The Madison Avenue address of The Mark, "New York's most boldly lavish hotel", should tell you much of what you need to know about this 5 star luxury boutique establishment. Larger suites contain not just their own kitchen and multiple bedrooms, but dining rooms too, and views of Madison Avenue, Central Park, East 77th Street, and/or the arresting New York City skyline. Even the standard Queen rooms come complete with white and black marble basins and deep soak bathtubs, while The Mark Restaurant serves up gourmet snacks, brunches, full meals and treats from 7am to 1am daily. The decor is clean and modern, suffused with an understated luxury in the guest rooms, while the bar and other communal areas boast bold, witty, colourful designs which immediately demonstrate the hotel's commitment to aesthetics as well as intuitive service. Put simply, The Mark is an indulgence. Following on from the successes of the hotels in London and Istanbul, the Edition comes to New York. Set in the famous Flatiron district, in the centre of New York's Midtown and minutes from Madison Square Park,

The New York Edition Hotel uses the former Metropolitan Life Insurance Company building, constructed in 1909. The 41-storey clock tower is a landmark which dominates the skyline in this part of town, meaning The Edition is visible even from streets away. The internal fittings of the guest rooms offer a clean, comfortable, European aesthetic, with stripped-back wooden fixtures and fittings, natural stone bathrooms, and all of the usual technology, including specially programmed iPads or iPods on request. All rooms come with comfy robe and slippers, while Deluxe rooms boast views of both the City and the Empire State Building. In the heart of New York's Meatpacking district,

The Standard High Line is located minutes from the iconic elevated park from which it takes its name. Described as a "lower Manhattan landmark" by Conde Nast Traveler, each room looks out either onto the stately Hudson River or the leafy Skyline park. Pet-friendly, and with midcentury inspired rooms, The Standard High line definitely doesn't neglect the details- and it's surely one of the hippest hotels in town. Bathrooms contain rain showers, fluffy robes, and stunning views of the city, while rooms offer tasteful 1960s influenced furniture, alongside modern conveniences such as flat screen TVs, bluetooth speakers, cosy beds, and ultrafast wifi. An undeniably premium location with a strong emphasis on comfort and design, the hotel's Top of the Standard Bar is a trendy spot that's perfect for an evening cocktail.

Philadelphia Philadelphia is the only World Heritage City in the United States -the Declaration of Independence was signed here- and with its bars, culture, and museums, today it's truly a world city. Philadelphia's Roost Apartment Hotel offers something a little different: all the harmonious design that you would expect from a boutique hotel, combined with the independence and convenience of your own living space, in the form of luxury apartments- ideal for those who are looking for longer stays, or who simply prefer the ability to cook and take care of themselves while travelling (the apartments are available for weekly or monthly lets). Think lots of natural light, herringbone floors, and cool, Scandinavian inspired aesthetics, with all the convenience of weekly housekeeping, a rooftop patio, a midtown location, lending library, and grocery delivery service: there's also an on-site team 24/7 should anything in your apartment require immediate attention. Living plants, thick antique Turkish rugs, unique artwork, Apple TVs and Bonavita coffeemakers all come as standard.

Washington Home to the White House and Capitol Building, D.C. isn't all grandiose monuments and corridors of power: it's also home to the unparalleled Smithsonian Institution, not to mention tons of buzzing bars, restaurants, and cafes. Washington D.C.'s Aka White House is situated just two blocks from the President's residence, and offers shorter and extended stays in modern, comfortable, and highly design-conscious surroundings, all in the heart of the city. Both one and two bedroom suites are available, as well as luxurious penthouse apartments with spacious private terraces. A meticulous housekeeping service is of course provided, while a premium cable subscription (including HBO), ultrafast Wi-Fi and Bulgari toiletries ensure that guests' needs are always anticipated. The downstairs lounge is a communal area with bar, open fireplace, and living room style seating, while the suite is open 24/7 to residents. Eco- and health-conscious residents can also use the brand new AKA bicycles for commuting and sightseeing, free of charge. Within walking distance of the White House, Georgetown, and the National Mall,

The Palomar in D.C stands out in a sea of chic design hotel in the American capital for its free bicycle hire, daily hosted wine receptions, fitness centre, and outdoor pool. The aesthetics are worth commenting on too: while most modern boutique hotels choose tones exclusively form a muted palette, the Palomar's judicious use of colour detail means that guest rooms and communal areas are just that little bit different. For travellers for whom fitness, sports, and wellbeing is a priority, the hotel offers unique Motion Spa guest rooms, which include oversized soaking tubs, and core training, yoga, cardio, and spin facilities. In fact, yoga mats come as standard in all rooms, as do Etro pampering products, flat screen TVs, and a welcoming, pet friendly attitude. Great inventor Alexander Graham Bell once lived in Georgetown, and it is for this famous former resident that

The Graham Georgetown is named. Georgetown is actually a separate entity from Washington D.C., and this historic port town actually predates its more famous neighbour by quite a few years. Thanks to urban expansion, the hotel is now just minutes from downtown D.C., and the rooms are simply stunning. Valuing substance just as much as style, pops of colour add interest and excitement, while the overall aesthetic is clean, modern Americana. With a roof deck bar -perfect for a cocktail as the sun sets over D.C.- and knowledgeable and attentive staff, guests also rave about the world-class cupcakes to be had at nearby establishment Baked and Wired. Restaurants, bars, galleries and all the delights of downtown D.C. are within walking distance. Miami Balmy, tropical, and the life and soul of the party, Miami is the ideal combination of city and sand. Since 2002, Art Basel has been hosted each December at Miami Beach. In this show, 267 galleries from all over the world showcase art from established as well as up-and-coming artists, including photographs, installations, paintings, sculptures, and films. From two bedroom apartments to the penthouse, loft suites, city views and ocean front King rooms, Miami's Delano Beach Hotel has a wealth of boutique accommodation with needs of a variety of guests in mind. Especially popular is the poolside bungalow, which has its own private terrace, wet bar, and Roman inspired marble soaking tub. No detail is overlooked in any of the accommodation, with luxurious white-on-white interior decor, moss coloured Connemara marble, and rainfall showers. Spectacular Atlantic Ocean views are the finishing touch for many of the rooms and suites, while the glittering Miami skyline will wonder and inspire at the other side of the hotel. With 7000 square feet of outdoor space, the Delano offers a sunny modern tropical paradise with access to both beach and pool- with the requisite Miami palm trees.

Rated #1 on TripAdvisor in Miami, The Metropolitan by COMO is now available in our collection. With well-appointed interiors (courtesy of Italian designer Paola Navone) and an enviable Miami Beach location, The Metropolitan combines the best of vintage charm with urban modernity - overlooking a fantastic tropical beach. With an Art Deco inspiration, each of the hotel's 74 rooms is blessed with geometric 1920s architectural shapes and shades. The Ocean View rooms are understandably popular, contrasting the turquoise blue of the Atlantic Ocean with the pure white of the bed linens, while Lake View Suites contain a master bedroom with views of Lake Pancoast and bathrooms overlooking the Miami cityscape. When it comes to dining, the Traymore Bar specialises in gin cocktails, and the Traymore restaurant serves up only the freshest local Floridian food. At the 1 Hotel South Beach, an oceanside aesthetic reigns. Rooms are decked out with organic cotton sheets, salvaged driftwood headboards and hemp-blend mattresses, and each room comes with a quirky detail: a mini terrarium filled with tropical plants. There's no corporate cookie-cutter style here: each room is slightly different, and has been curated with care. The King and Two King rooms come with private balconies, while the standard King room contains an enormous 700 feet of floorspace- perhaps unparalleled here in urban Miami. In the onsite Beachcraft restaurant, spread over two levels, seasonal local seafood and antibiotic-free meat are the stars of the show - and it's all fully complemented by the raw bar, selection of fresh salads and warm flatbreads, all served in an 85 seat dining room furnished in natural materials such as wood, leather, and stone.

Staying at The Vintro Hotel on Miami's South Beach may be a more budget-friendly accommodation option, but nothing is sacrificed in the way of style. Artsy, eclectic, and vibrant, the hotel is slightly reminiscent of an upscale Art Deco motel, with witty vintage inspired artworks in the rooms and communal areas. Guests rave about the rooftop deck, which is the perfect place to while away a warm afternoon underneath a parasol, or to chill out in the balmy tropical evenings. The Vintro supplies bikes, free for guests' use, which are ideal for a sunny ride along the ocean front boardwalk. Situated in a quieter part of South Beach (SoBe to the locals), you're guaranteed a more peaceful night's stay at the Vintro, away from the noise of the bars and clubs, although a handy hotel shuttle will take you wherever you want to go in the SoBe area.

The Lord Balfour is an extremely appealing Art Deco Miami hotel, offering design conscious boutique premises that won't break the bank. Complimentary sun loungers and parasols are provided for guests at the stretch of beach just across the road, and the hotel's location at the end of Ocean Drive means it has perfect access to the delights of Miami's night-time entertainments, without ever becoming obnoxiously loud. With rotating art displays in the hotel's communal areas, and eye-catching colourful design in the bedrooms -including unique photography installations- a stay at the Lord Balfour is both chic and comfortable. In keeping with Miami's tropic atmosphere, interior areas of the hotel are festooned with palms and tropical plants, while bright fabrics enliven the aesthetics without ever breaking the bounds of good taste. Both the fitness centre and cocktail bar keep residents happy, while service is always with a smile.