The intimacy of chic design, interesting architecture and urban locales are big contributors to the underground appeal of boutique hotels. These anti-chain luxury digs offer an intimate and personal experience ini a lifestyle stay. The element of surprise (in design, service, food and ambiance) makes a frequent traveler's stay different from the expected hotel experience. Made popular in trendy cities like New York, London, and San Francisco, they are often well stylized and usually kept to only 3-50 guest rooms to ensure attention to detail.
At a boutique hotel, you're not just another guest. With only 3-50 rooms on average, the staff intimately knows you by name and tailors the visit to your preferences.
Not your standard chain, the element of surprise is one of the main reasons travelers love boutique hotels. From interesting art pieces to board games to baked goods, each place has a little something up their sleeve to make your experience memorable.
Location, Location, Location
Since boutique hotels aren’t designed to be massive skyscrapers, they often reside on some of the best corners of urban cities. Usually nestled downtown just steps from landmarks and attractions, you get a homey feel within the big city environment — the best of both worlds.
Get your cultural fix while you sleep. These hotels boast impressive architectural design, fascinating art pieces and often custom accents, lighting, and the works. Feel a bit more sophisticated than you would in a standard room.
No Two Stays Are the Same
Each city and hotel offers a completely unique experience from Wii’s in the lobby to chic cocktails in the lounge.