Embark on a relaxing staycation without leaving your home base at one of these six dynamic hotels.
The Setai, Miami Beach (@thesetaimiamibeach)
This Haute Miami Beach property seamlessly combines Art Deco architecture with Balinese design — making you feel as if you’re in Indonesia instead of Florida. The hotel is best known for its lively, see-and-be-scene ambiance, in which guests can expect grand gestures in the form of sky-high ceilings, a chic courtyard and pool area, and a tranquil spa.
Bobby Hotel, Nashville (@bobbyhotel)
With edgy accommodations inspired by Nashville’s iconic music scene, a central downtown location, and an exciting array of drinking and dining options (including a sceney rooftop lounge), the buzzy Bobby Hotel is not to be missed. Before check-out, make sure you stop by the stunning outdoor pool for a refreshing — followed by a massage at the pristine spa.
Canvas, Dallas (@canvasdallas)
This art-center boutique property is dotted with locally produced artwork. Each of the 76 rooms is eclectic, with beautiful artwork, exposed brick, and industrial-chic design accents. Meanwhile, on-site activities — including rooftop movie screenings, pool parties, and mixology classes — abound.
Pendry, West Hollywood (@pendrywesthollywood)
The soon-to-be-open Pendry West Hollywood boasts nearly 150 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, plus a booming culinary scene helmed by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. Other features include a bowling alley, a screening room, and a spa — not to mention a gallery-worthy art collection.
Hotel Zena, D.C. (@hotelzena)
This recently opened DC hotspot combines culture and creativity through incredible art and design — all routed in female empowerment. The property’s female empowerment theme even carries through their cocktail offerings (#ImSpeaking is a popular drink of choice).
Morrison House, Alexandria (@morrisonhousehotel)
Located in cobblestreet-lined Old Town Alexandria, this historic mansion-turned-luxury hotel screams sophistication. Guests can retreat to their rooms — categories include the “Illustrator’s Room,” “Author’s Room,” and “Editor’s Room.”