10Best: Romantic Boutique Hotels

  • Hotel Casa Del Mar - Los Angeles

    Sophisticated and sexy, Hotel Casa Del Mar is the perfect setting for romance. Rooms and suites at this beach-side gem in Santa Monica offer panoramic views of the Pacific coastline and Santa Monica skyline, and you'll find few places in LA better for sipping cocktails than at the Veranda. The best part? It's all within beach strolling distance of the iconic pier.

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  • Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi - Santa Fe

    A room for two at the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi makes the perfect base for enjoying all the romance of Santa Fe. Located less than an hour from Albuquerque, this intimate New Mexican boutique has 58 guest rooms furnished with handmade pieces and handwoven rugs and fabrics. After a day of gallery hopping or shopping in the plaza hand in hand, cozy up together in front of a gas-lit kiva fireplace.

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  • The Greenwich Hotel - New York

    Each of the 88 rooms at The Greenwich Hotel in TriBeCa are different, each influenced by cultures around the world. Couples visiting the Big Apple will find plentiful places to get cozy, including a plant-filled courtyard, sumptuous Shibui Spa and sexy underground pool housed within a lantern-lit Japanese bamboo farmhouse.

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  • The Carneros Inn - Napa Valley

    What's more romantic than a weekend in California Wine Country? Not much, especially if you're staying with your special someone at the Carneros Inn. With three restaurants and an upscale market where you can stock up on picnic supplies for a vineyard lunch, you'll never have to leave. Throw in private cottages with wood-burning fireplaces, an adults-only pool, winding paths through the vines and complimentary bikes to explore with, and you have all the makings for a memorable escape.

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  • The Joule - Dallas

    Right next door to the flagship Neiman Marcus in the heart of downtown Dallas, The Joule is one of the sexiest hotels in Texas. The crowning jewel of the property is the one-of-a-kind glass-fronted pool that juts 8 feet out from the facade and is heated to the perfect temperature, so no matter the weather, you can take a romantic dip with your mate.

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  • The Talbott Hotel - Chicago

    The opulence and impeccable service of a bygone era characterize Chicago's luxurious Talbott Hotel. Accommodations at this European-style beauty – located just steps away from the Magnificent Mile – feature antique styling with new world, eco-friendly technology.

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  • Hermosa Inn - Phoenix

    Be enchanted by the American Southwest with a room for two at the historic Hermosa Inn, an urban escape in Scottsdale's affluent Paradise Valley neighborhood. The boutique hotel features 34 hacienda-style rooms and casitas with secluded patios and fireplaces where you can snuggle up at the end of the day. LON's, the hotel restaurant, features an award-winning wine list and a gourmet menu served on the romantic patio.

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  • Wentworth Mansion - Charleston

    Charleston's Wentworth Mansion brings Southern hospitality to new romantic heights. The hotel offers 21 luxuriously appointed rooms within a historic mansion dating back to 1886. For a romantic candlelit dinner, reserve a table at Circa 1886, one of the city's top restaurants located in the converted carriage house of the mansion.

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  • XV Beacon - Boston

    XV Beacon brings romantic, boutique accommodations to one of Boston's hottest neighborhood, Beacon Hill. The 63-room luxury boutique features bold, stylish interiors in an iconic Beaux-Arts building. Many rooms come furnished with canopy beds, gas fireplaces and stocked mini-bars ideal for a night in.

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  • Hotel Mazarin - New Orleans

    Imagine this: sultry summer nights with jazz tunes floating through the air, enjoyed with a glass of wine in hand. Couples who stay at Hotel Mazarin in the French Quarter of New Orleans have both Royal Street and Bourbon Street practically on the doorstep.

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