36 Cities With the Most Luxury Hotels

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36. Miami, FL, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 10
> Population: 451,214
> Annual visitors: 23.3 million in 2018

Miami is one of the few places in the continental U.S. with subtropical, sunny weather year-round, making it a popular vacation destination. The city’s 10 4-diamond hotels feature such amenities as a 2-acre palm tree-lined pool terrace, spa treatments in private poolside cabanas, and a bayside infinity pool. Rates run from as low as $260 per night but can reach upwards of $1,500 per night for a luxury bayview suite.

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35. Savannah, GA, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 10
> Population: 145,342
> Annual visitors: 14.5 million in 2018

Savannah, a riverside city famous for its moss-draped trees, colonial architecture, and southern cuisine, is home to 10 4-diamond hotels. Rooms can run as low as $135 per night, and some of the hotel highlights include a full southern breakfast, in-room fireplaces, and a curated European and American art collection.

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34. Los Angeles, CA, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 11
> Population: 3,959,657
> Annual visitors: 50 million in 2018

Los Angeles offers one 5-diamond and 10 4-diamond hotels, ranging in price from $300-$3,600 per night. Whether they’re downtown highrises or sprawling villas, these hotels offer a range of luxurious amenities including rooftop pools, private balconies, a revolving cocktail lounge, and of course, views of the Hollywood sign. The 5-diamond hotel is set on a 12-acre landscaped estate, with over 200 plant species in the curated gardens.

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33. Portland, OR, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 11
> Population: 639,387
> Annual visitors: 39.7 million in 2018

The City of Roses has 11 4-diamond hotels that offer amenities that blend well with Oregon’s hip vibe. They include free bike rentals, an in-house art gallery, a library, and a billiard room. Other luxuries include floor-to-ceiling windows, river views, and in-room massage treatments. Many hotels offer rooms on the cheaper side, starting at $111 per night, but if you’re looking for a presidential suite, expect to pay around $1,600 per night.

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32. Naples, FL, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 11
> Population: 21,564
> Annual visitors: 2.6 million in 2018

This beach and resort town on the Gulf Coast of Florida has one 5-diamond and 10 4-diamond hotels. The 5-diamond hotel sits on 3 miles of beach and offers six restaurants, a salon, car rentals, a florist, and even childcare, with rooms ranging from $387-$1,079 per night. Basic rooms in most of the 4-diamond hotels cost about $400-$700 per night. Many of the hotels have their own golf courses, as well as tennis courts, private beaches, and heated outdoor pools.