36 Cities With the Most Luxury Hotels

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6. Las Vegas, NV, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 25
> Population: 626,637
> Annual visitors: 42.5 million in 2019

Las Vegas has six 5-diamond hotels and 19 4-diamond hotels. A basic room in a 5-diamond hotel with a casino, live entertainment, and award-winning dining can go for as low as $143 per night.

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5. Houston, TX, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 29
> Population: 2,295,982
> Annual visitors: 22.3 million in 2018

There are a multitude of luxury hotels in Houston, 28 are 4-diamond hotels and one is 5-diamond, with rooms as cheap as about $100 per night. One offers a bath butler service if you’d like someone to run the bath for you, while another offers an in-room tablet to use for room service orders and spa reservations.

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4. Playa del Carmen, QR, Mexico
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 29
> Population: N/A
> Annual visitors:

Playa del Carmen is a popular beachside vacation town with seven 5-diamond hotels and 22 4-diamond hotels. Privacy is a selling point here, as multiple hotels feature rooms with private plunge pools, while others offer private steam rooms, and one even has its own private island.

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3. Boston, MA, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 29
> Population: 679,413
> Annual visitors: 22.5 million in 2018

Visitors to Boston have four 5-diamond hotels and 25 4-diamond hotels to choose from. Rooms with waterfront views are available for about $260 per night, while rooms in the Back Bay, a historic district with great shopping and dining, are available for about $150 per night.

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2. Chicago, IL, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 42
> Population: 2,718,555
> Annual visitors: 57.6 million in 2018

Chicago’s luxury hotels — two 5-diamond and 40 4-diamond — spare no expense in creating an elegant experience for guests. Some highlights are a 16-story atrium with glass elevators, a modern art collection in the lobby, and rooms with 65 inch HDTVs.

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1. New York, NY, United States
> No. of 4- and 5-diamond hotels: 77
> Population: 8,443,713
> Annual visitors: 65.1 million in 2018

Eleven hotels in New York City received 5 diamonds rating, while 66 received 4 diamonds rating. With prime locations on Central Park, Fifth Avenue, and Times Square, guests can stay within walking distance of their chosen stomping grounds. Rooms start around $200 per night.