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The Top 10 Executive Hotels in the United States

Posted on: July 15th, 2015 by MTC Limousine

limo service nyc, ny limo, westchester limoTop executives travel often, and most stay in high-end hotels, because of not only the lavish accommodations but also the critical amenities that are conducive to business. Designed to accommodate executives, these hotels cater to virtually every business need, including beautiful board and meeting rooms, high-speed Internet, Wi-Fi, and an array of technologies for hosting meetings with other hotel guests, as well as attendees from around the world.

The Best of the Best

Although there are far more than 10 executive hotels in the United States, the following are ranked as the most elite.

  1. The St. Regis (New York City, New York) – This executive hotel offers a refined atmosphere, superior service, Clefs d’Or concierges, 24-hour on-call butlers who gladly pack and unpack guests’ luggage, stunning guestrooms, signature bath menu, a breathtaking Beaux Arts lobby, and a perfect Fifth Avenue location.
  1. Trump International Hotel & Tower (Chicago, Illinois) – Donald Trump never skimps on anything, including this executive hotel. While the hotel is loaded with glitz and glamor, it is also tastefully decorated. Located near the Magnificent Mile, the hotel boasts a massive indoor swimming pool, Michelin-rated restaurant, limestone bathrooms complete with soaking tubs, a top-rated spa, floor-to-ceiling windows with exceptional views, and impeccable service.
  1. The Ritz-Carlton (Half Moon Bay, California) – Although there are multiple national and international Ritz-Carlton locations, Half Moon Bay is a favorite among distinguished executives. The hotel rests on a cliff that overlooks the Pacific Ocean, giving guests mesmerizing views. Special features include a pristine 18-hole golf course, outdoor fire pits, elegant guestrooms, marble bathrooms, a magnificent spa, and free tennis amenities, including group or private lessons from pros.
  1. Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino (Las Vegas, Nevada) – Standard guestrooms include a bedroom along with sunken living room complete with plush furniture, curtains with touch-control technology, and remote-controlled Roman shades. Multiple high-ranking restaurants are onsite, owned by master chefs Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck, among others.
  1. Carmel Valley Ranch (Carmel by the Sea, California) – Situated on 500 acres, this executive hotel is exceptional. The rustic setting boasts organic gardens, magnificent vineyards, and huge oak trees. Indoors, guests are treated to rooms with flat-screen televisions, Keurig coffeemakers, iPod decks, large bathrooms complete with separate walk-in showers and soaking tubs, travertine fireplaces, and private decks. The hotel also offers a luxurious spa, two outdoor swimming pools, and even a Pete Dye-designed 18-hole golf course.
  1. The Grand Del Mar (San Diego, California) – With Spanish Colonial style and old world charm, key amenities of this hotel include spacious guestrooms, an incredible spa, equestrian center that offers excursions and classes, free Mercedes or Cadillac Escalade car service, fantastic restaurants, four swimming pools, and an 18-hole golf course.
  1. Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek (Dallas, Texas) – This hotel looks and feels like a genuine Tuscan villa, including terra cotta roof, pink stucco walls, tile mosaics, stunning fountains, and more. Other amenities include free concierge and car service, upscale rooms with patios, a grand lobby, outdoor pool with nearby heated sauna, and the famous Mansion Restaurant.
  1. Hotel Beaux Arts (Miami, Florida) – Executives love staying at this hotel due to the gorgeous guestrooms, iPads, flat-screen televisions, marble bathrooms with separate tubs and showers, televisions in the bathroom mirrors, plush beds, contemporary styling, and full entertainment systems. The onsite fitness center features state-of-the-art equipment and amazing views of the bay.
  1. Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa (Scottsdale, Arizona) – This top executive resort focuses primarily on high-profile guests. All suites are simply gorgeous, the cuisine is outstanding, and the spa is something to marvel at. The resort caters to businesses of all types and offers impressive views of the desert and famous Praying Monk Rock.
  1. Auberge du Soleil (Napa Valley, California) – In California, this executive hotel is one of the most exclusive. Although the property is relatively small, it is huge on service and amenities. Executives enjoy a 7,000-square-foot spa, Michelin-star restaurant, fireplaces, soaking tubs, and large guestrooms with private terraces.

If you want your trip, to or from any of these executive hotels, to be be a stress-free experience, you should hire MTC Limousine – the best limousine service NYC has to offer.

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