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Royal Sonesta Hotel
Don’t the boys look fancy as they open the grand doors for you in their blue royal-guard–look tux and tails? Most times of year this hotel exudes a gracious charm, but the location is ground zero for the tourist excesses during Mardi Gras (staff greas...
Behind its stately stucco facade, this hotel fills much of the block with a series of finely restored buildings and a large parking area. The best rooms have high ceilings and open onto the interior courtyards (one with a pool)...
Queen & Crescent Hotel
CBD & Warehouse District
Two early 1900s commercial buildings make up this hotel, in a part of the CBD now dominated by midrange chains. The Q&C is not small (it has 196 rooms), and its gray-painted brick facade doesn’t scream luxury, but the place manages to stand apart...
The Highland Inn
This aged European-style inn has a great location in the middle of Virginia-Highland...
Lacy ironwork balconies, gas lanterns and decorative topiaries – everything an 1833 New Orleans home should be...
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
If you were a millionaire with a New Orleans pied-à-terre, this could be it...
Garden District B&B
Garden, Lower Garden & Central City
Staying in this small, private four-suite town house is like coming home to your own character-filled efficiency apartment...
Built in 1896 by the Hinman family, this elegant, almost Parisian B&B has all the modern amenities one could ask for and is fully updated with ecofriendly water treatment and heating systems...
Battery Carriage House Inn
Step through the iron gates and into this secluded 11-room treasure, where an interior garden filled with roses and whimsically trimmed topiary hedges begs you to sit down for a cup of tea...
Sleep Inn At Court Square
Our pick of the cheaper downtown digs, this stubby stucco box has pleasant, airy rooms with flat screen TVs. Parking is $12.
The Redmont Hotel
It's a toss up between here and Tutwiler for Birmingham's best, but the Redmont, born in the roaring '20s, wins since it's not a Hampton Inn...
The friendly Scottish owners of this inn, less than a mile from Bathhouse Row, have spent a few years upgrading this old motor court hotel...
During the Civil War, the 40-room Malaga Inn used to be two town houses owned by brothers. Nicely placed near the historic district, the well-done rooms open onto balconies overlooking the courtyard or street.
The Inn At Claussen's
The 28-room Inn at Claussen's gamely attempts a boutique art deco look, with modest success.
Old Capitol Inn
A heck of a deal, this 24-room boutique hotel, near museums and restaurants, has up-to-date rooms that are comfortably and uniquely furnished. The rooftop deck, complete with hot tub, overlooks a courtyard and pool...
These tragically hip lofts could be in New York City if they weren't so big: Doused in contemporary cool art and design – all fruits of the friendly owner's globetrotting – the extra spacious units all come with kitchenettes and are awash in exposed b...
Bon Paul & Sharky's Hostel
In the hip West Asheville residential neighborhood, this cottage has a friendly college-dorm vibe and sweet amenities including foosball, communal bikes and backyard tent space.
It was run as a hostel for some 15 years but the owner of this basic neighborhood crash-pad got tired of backpackers traipsing up and down the historic steps in his 1894 Italianate mansion. Fair enough...
Nothing is cookie-cutter here; rooms range in size and have varying floral motifs. Many feature wrought-iron beds, which echo the streetside balcony details...
Bourbon Orleans Hotel
A polished-marble classic. The gray exteriors and white trim are almost as stately as the grand foyer. Combining several buildings, mostly dating from the early 1830s, the exterior hasn’t made any unsightly bows to modernity...
The Thunderbird Inn
A little dab of Palm Springs, a little dip of Vegas best describes this renovated vintage-chic 1964 motel that wins its own popularity contest – a 'Hippest hotel in Savannah' proclamation greets guests in the '60s-soundtracked lobby...
Andrew Pinckney Inn
A pre-Colonial sugar baron would have been right at home breakfasting in the rooftop garden of this 32-room hotel. Sand-colored walls and botanical prints lend an upscale Caribbean vibe...