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The lobby of Trump SoHo in New York City


The following selection of new hotels didn't make the cut for our top ten, but they came really close. We couldn't help but choose four in NYC alone. From AndAZ 5th Avenue, which tries to make guests feel like real New Yorkers to The Donald's Trump SoHo with its ten Penthouse Suites and one of the city's only Turkish hammams, Gotham City proudly boasts a whole slew of new lodgings. But we are not biased toward big city cool. Bakersfield, a locale best known for its farmlands and oil fields, came onto our radar with the opening of The Padre Hotel, delivering urbane sensibilities with a cowboy twist.

CALIFORNIA
Bakersfield
The Padre Hotel

COLORADO
Vail
Four Seasons Resort Vail

MICHIGAN
Detroit
The Baronette Renaissance Detroit-Novi Hotel

NEW YORK
New York
AndAZ 5th Avenue

Gansevoort Park Avenue

The Setai Fifth Avenue (now Langham Place Fifth Avenue)

Trump SoHo New York

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia
Le Meridien Philadelphia

Pittsburgh
Fairmont Pittsburgh


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