Asbury Ocean Club Hotel, Asbury Park, New Jersey

Debuting as the Jersey shore’s first five-star boutique hotel, it offers a collection of 54 guest rooms that occupy the entire fourth floor of Asbury Ocean Club. Operated by Salt Hotels, the venue is a dune-side oasis with jaw-dropping design elements such as the Drawing Room—a floating, glass-enclosed communal space where you can hail the wandering champagne cocktail cart as you relax or finish up the day’s emails.

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The Cliffside Inn, Newport, Rhode Island

Housed in a 19th-century Victorian manor, this 16-room property features history, modernity and cool charm and is situated just a short stroll from shopping and dining in town. Reflecting its architectural heritage and past-life as a residence to artist Beatrice Turner, the eye-catching motif comingles 20th-century furnishings, with rich, jeweled tones and textures abounding.

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

Host your event cloud-level at the highest hotel in the country. Occupying the 48th to 60th floors of the landmark Philadelphia Comcast Building, this sophisticated venue offers 180 guest rooms, 39 suites and over 15,500 sq. ft. of event space, all with unobstructed city views. Watch the miniaturized city bustle as you enjoy Michelin-starred Jean-Georges Vongerichten cuisine at the top-floor restaurant and lobby, or find yourself on the 57th-floor spa, surrounded and soothed by 700 pounds of embedded crystals.

Hotel Indigo, Williamsburg-Brooklyn, New York

This property features 187 guest rooms and 25 suites climbing into the sky of the widely beloved neighborhood. In line with the sleek, contemporary aesthetic both inside and out, the facade itself resembles the Manhattan skyline, which you can easily view poolside from the expansive rooftop deck and bar. It’s the largest flexible event space in the area, with a 6,630-square-foot ballroom and 20,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. An added bonus—guests can hop on the subway to the big city right outside of the hotel entrance.