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Best Luxury Hotel (2021)

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Luxury travelers have more choices than ever before when it comes to accommodations. When you book a stay at one of these high-end hotels, you can expect impeccable service and extreme comfort. 

  • Hotel Bennett

    Hotel Bennett
    Charleston, S.C.

    Hotel Bennett in Charleston invites guests to experience indulgent luxury combined with the finest in Southern hospitality. Its 179 elegant guest rooms and suites provide the ultimate comfort and include, among other amenities, free-standing soaking tubs. Guests can feast on the bounty of the coast at the hotel’s signature formal restaurant, enjoy a cocktail at one of the two upscale bars, and enjoy a swim in the heated rooftop pool with views of the magnificent Charleston skyline.
    Photo courtesy of Hotel Bennett

  • The Ritz-Carlton, Waikiki Beach

    The Ritz-Carlton, Waikiki Beach
    Honolulu

    This luxury resort overlooking Waikiki Beach features 552 oceanview residences and guest rooms just a 5-minute walk from Honolulu’s Luxury Row. Guests can swim in an eighth-floor infinity pool, relax in a locally-inspired spa or dine at one of three onsite restaurants, including Sushi Sho and Dean & DeLuca.
    Photo courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Waikiki Beach

  • Garden of the Gods Resort

    Garden of the Gods Resort

    Overlooking the National Park in Colorado Springs, the Garden of the Gods Resort offers a wide variety of luxurious accommodations, with additional amenities including high-speed WiFi and a fitness center with daily classes. The lodge rooms and suites include private balconies or patios with impressive mountain vistas, indoor fireplaces, plasma TVs, and wine dispensers. The casitas and cottages also offer soaking tubs and kitchen facilities with separate eating and living areas.
    Photo courtesy of Garden of the Gods Resort and Club

  • The Phoenician

    The Phoenician
    Scottsdale, AZ

    Relax in luxurious style in a contemporary guestroom, casita, or suite at The Phoenician, an upscale resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. The spacious accommodations have oversized bathrooms with Italian marble accents and oval bathtubs, high-speed Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, and private terraces or balconies with breathtaking views. Some of the resort amenities include five pools, a five-star spa, an 18-hole golf course, and complimentary wine tastings.
    Photo courtesy of The Phoenician

  • Omni Hotels & Resorts

    Omni Hotels & Resorts

    Guests at Omni Hotels & Resorts throughout North America enjoy plenty of local flavor without sacrificing luxe amenities, including signature restaurants, robust wellness options and big savings through the Select Guest loyalty program. Many of the 60 Omni properties are also historically significant hotels, like the Omni Bedford Springs Resort or the Omni Homestead Resort.
    Photo courtesy of Omni Hotels & Resorts

  • Halekulani Hotel

    Halekulani Hotel
    Honolulu

    A stay in Honolulu doesn't get much better than at the waterfront Halekulani, a luxury property in Waikiki that enjoys unobstructed views of Diamond Head. Resort guests can practice yoga on the beach, dine by the heated pool or indulge in a treatment at one of Oahu's best spas.
    Photo courtesy of Leading Hotels of the World

  • Inn by the Sea

    Inn by the Sea
    Cape Elizabeth, Maine

    Situated on a mile of sandy beach just outside Portland, Maine, the Inn by the Sea features 61 rooms, suites and cottages for a relaxing coastal escape. Days begin with early morning yoga and garden tours, while evenings finish with beachfront sunsets and nightly fire pits. The full-service spa has earned a LEED Silver certification.
    Photo courtesy of Preferred Hotels & Resorts

  • Congress Hall

    Congress Hall
    Cape May, N.J.

    Congress Hall, established in 1816, calls itself America’s oldest seaside resort. The hotel in the heart of Victorian Cape May began as a modest boarding house and has since become a popular summer escape. The original owner, Thomas H. Hughes, was elected to Congress in 1828, and he renamed the hotel to its current name in honor of this new position.
    Photo courtesy of Cape Resorts

  • Barnsley Resort

    Barnsley Resort
    Adairsville, Ga.

    Furry and four-legged friends are always welcome at the Barnsley Resort, where pups enjoy more than 3,000 acres of natural beauty. Pet-friendly accommodations include the Cottage Suites and Arbor Cottages, which come outfitted with pet beds, bowls, bottled water and treats. There are no pet weight limits.
    Photo courtesy of Barnsley Resort

  • 1 Hotels

    1 Hotels

    Sustainability sits front and center at every 1 Hotels property; from the Lobby Farmstand selling “imperfect” produce to filtered water in rooms to recycled hangers and paper, guests will find eco-friendly touches throughout their stay. The brand already operates hotels in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Miami and Los Angeles, with new locations planned for Nashville, San Francisco, Sunnyvale and Toronto.
    Photo courtesy of 1 Hotels

The top 10 winners in the category Best Luxury Hotel are as follows:
  1. Hotel Bennett - Charleston, S.C.
  2. The Ritz-Carlton, Waikiki Beach - Honolulu
  3. Garden of the Gods Resort
  4. The Phoenician - Scottsdale, AZ
  5. Omni Hotels & Resorts
  6. Halekulani Hotel - Honolulu
  7. Inn by the Sea - Cape Elizabeth, Maine
  8. Congress Hall - Cape May, N.J.
  9. Barnsley Resort - Adairsville, Ga.
  10. 1 Hotels

A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to pick the initial nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote.

Congratulations to all these winning hotels!

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