The design of this 1927 classic magically blends Germanic Tudor architecture and traditional Lakota Sioux symbols – note the lobby's painted ceiling and the chandelier made of war lances. The 127 rooms are modernized retro and slightly posh, no two are alike, and some have fabulous views.

The hotel's timeless qualities include a portrait of guest Al Capone near the front desk. The rooftop bar is a delight.