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Top 5 hotels in the U.S.

Tom Loftus Conde Nast Traveler
Four Seasons Resort Maui, Wailea

Four Seasons Resort Maui, Wailea

Condé Nast Traveler readers selected the best places to stay in the world for the 2010 Gold List. Of the 516 properties, 151 hail from the U.S. From that select list, here’s the top 5.

No. 1: 21C Museum Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky
The top-scoring property in the United States, in what was once tobacco and bourbon warehouses, has 9,000 square feet of exhibition space filled with contemporary art. Original brickwork, arches, and prismatic glass transoms are offset by hand-knotted rugs, linen upholstery, and reclaimed-wood floors. Rooms are “very artsy in a minimalist, high-end way,” with Herman Miller chairs and silver mint julep cups. Proof on Main presents “a unique twist on Kentucky-inspired cuisine,” using ingredients from the rooftop garden. “Staff are willing to help but are never pushy.”


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