TOP 10 luxury hotels with classic furniture in USA

We’ve picked up some of the most opulent hotels in the United States if you’re ready to fulfill your travel fantasies with a bucket list excursion but aren’t quite prepared to cross the border. These extraordinary five-star hotels provide an unmatched guest experience, beautiful settings, lavish amenities, first-rate service, and much more.

The following criteria were used to determine the top luxury hotels in the United States:

  • Hotels can be found all around the country, in both populated areas and distant wilderness areas.
  • Each is a five-star establishment that emphasizes the height of luxury. There is, therefore, no price cap. Our list’s entry point is $399, and the options’ extravagant additions cost upwards of thousands of dollars.
  • All of these luxury hotels offer top-notch amenities, service, and design in keeping with their pricing ranges. Some were given priority due to their rarity, historical importance, or gorgeous pools or spas.
  • We sought lodgings with “Very Good” or higher Trip Advisor ratings and a sizable number of recently published favorable reviews. Other reputable traveler review sites like have also given the hotels excellent marks.

The Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles


The Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles is a stunning hotel in the heart of Los Angeles that has delighted visitors for almost a century.

The truly remarkable areas are the old public spaces with classic furniture, which even surpass the relatively plain chambers. The interior pool at this hotel is a preserved work of art with vintage elements and tile work inspired by Pompeii, as well as classic retro deck chairs, while many modern downtown Los Angeles hotels include outdoor rooftop pools.

Everything screams of a time of traditional American opulence, from the hand-painted ceiling beams to the terrazzo and tile floors to the balconies with balustrades. Eat at the Fontana Restaurant in the lovely Biltmore courtyard if you have a craving for Italian food. The majority of menu products are authentically Italian and, when feasible, local and organic.

Nottoway Plantation


Built in 1859, Nottoway Plantation is still the biggest Antebellum plantation mansion in the South. It is a beautiful old Southern Belle. Upon entering via its lovely white façade, you are met by a double-curved granite staircase on the right, replete with the historical boot scrapper, for the gentlemen, and the left, for the ladies. The White Ballroom, which was built so that nothing would overshadow the original owners’ seven daughters’ beauty, is the true highlight of the home.

After the house’s final owner passed away in 2003, it was converted into the hotel it is today. You may sleep in the classic beds that belonged to the original owners thanks to the immaculately restored historic chambers, which are furnished with an impressive array of period antiques.

Omni Royal Orleans


Standard rooms have queen beds, French and Creole decor, and are cozy but comfortable. While some rooms have wrought iron balconies that look out onto the hotel’s interior courtyard, others have French doors that go out onto St. Louis Street.

The multi-leveled lobby of marble, classic chandeliers and grand pianos provides plenty of small seating areas with plush chairs and antique style decor.

The Stanley


The Stanley’s The Lodge is a boutique hotel in Estes Park that combines a modern aesthetic with a rich history. The Lodge at The Stanley provides modernized historic-style lodging for a more personal and distinctive experience.

The Stanley’s The Lodge is a boutique hotel in Estes Park that combines a modern aesthetic with a rich history. The Lodge at The Stanley provides modernized historic-style lodging for a more personal and distinctive experience.

Omni Parker House Boston


The historic wing of our Bedford resort’s accommodations have 9-foot ceilings, serene garden views, and roomy porches with two rocking chairs. The spa wing has views of the garden and pool and is only a few steps away from the Springs Eternal Spa. The spa wing contains a number of rooms with balconies or porches. Only the Anderson House has any of our pet-friendly accommodations. To best meet your vacation needs, pick an accommodation from our list.

Mission Inn


These imposingly large, architecturally distinctive suites boast wonderful views and spacious outside terraces. The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa’s distinctive personality and rich history are ultimately reflected in each suite’s interior design and classic furnishings.

The Greenbrier hotel


One of the first spa resorts in the country was the Greenbrier hotel. Despite the alleged medical qualities of the local mineral hot springs, the resort’s MedSpa nonetheless provides visitors with therapeutic services that soothe and heal.

Another reason to retreat to The Greenbier this summer is the cool summer wind and stunning vistas of the Allegheny Mountains.

Omni Homestead Resort


For more than 250 years, visitors have been welcomed to the renowned Omni Homestead Resort, which is situated in the picturesque Allegheny Mountains. In a 2,300-acre site marked by natural hot springs and a wonderful four-season environment, the storied resort and National Historic Landmark continues to offer unmatched hospitality and Southern charm. The resort has 483 bedrooms and suites that honor its rich history.

John Rutledge House Inn


The John Rutledge House INN mixes its original features with incredible amenties and a timeless sense of Charleston`s heart and soul. It is the only home of a signer of the United States constitution that now serves as both a living national historic landmark and an inn.

Concord’s Colonial Inn


It’s not surprising that the Concord Colonial Inn is reputed to be haunted given its lengthy history, which dates back to 1716 when the original structure was first completed, and its usage as a warehouse for supplies and weapons during the Revolutionary War. Henry David Thoreau, a writer, resided at the Inn while attending neighboring Harvard University.

At least you know that some extremely old spirits will be your company! Stay at the venerable main inn, which was built in 1716. Wide pine plank flooring, post-beamed ceilings, and wainscoting are all still present.

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