Top 10 Most Expensive Unique Hotels In The US

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It’s that time of the year when you start planning a well-deserved holiday- and because you deserve nothing but the best, we have curated a list of USA’s most expensive non-commercialised hotels. Every once in a while, you must take a retreat into the wild unfamiliar territories, far away from the city. After all that hard work throughout the year, you deserve the finest things these hotels, resorts and ranches have to offer from complimentary vintage wines to mountain bike rides.

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We have curated a list of the Top 10 most expensive unique hotels* in the US, take your pick from the splendid list:

#1: The Ranch at Rock Creek in Philipsburg, Montana is located at the base of the John Long Mountains charges an astounding $2279 for a night! It is inclusive of all meals and welcomes each guest with a mountain bike ride.

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#2: The Point in Saranac Lake, New York costs $1848 a night inclusive of breathtaking lake views, custom-made beds, and luxurious baths in each room, and, of course, all meals. Looking for solitude in New York? The Point has answered your prayers.

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#3: Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming is a 19th-century working cattle ranch that costs $1770 per night. This heritage luxury hotel has a variety of exclusive adventurous activities to choose from and a spa with custom wellness services overlooking the vast ranch.

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#4: Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont is going to be a favorite of many and for a justifiable reason — they provide complimentary wine at any time, same-day laundry service, afternoon pastries, and more for $1698 a night.

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#5: Mii Amo & Spa in Sedona, Arizona costs $1560 a night for heavenly peace and spiritual reboot. Its Enchantment Spa has also been crowned as one of the finest in the world. From Native-American treatments to Red Rock hikes, this spa resort offers everything you deserve after a year of work.

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#6: Firehole Ranch in West Yellowstone, Montana costs $1414 but provides what today’s generation needs the most- a space far away from the crowd and all responsibilities by allowing only 20 guests per week. Personal space and inner peace are worth the escape to the historic ranch and the fabled waters of the Rocky Mountains.

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#7: Amangiri nestled in Canyon Point, Utah costs $1284 and gives you the gift of the luminous canyons in America’s SouthWest. The resort offers activities for the adrenaline fuelled and relaxing treatments for the peace seekers. Amangiri literally translates into “peaceful mountain”, what more can one ask for?

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#8 Auberge du Soleil in Rutherford, California was modeled after a centuries-old monastery and is tucked away in the heart of the Napa Valley. It is famous for it’s brunches, valley adventures and as an adults-only hotel that makes it a perfect gateway for all you parents at $1085 for a romantic peaceful night!

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#9 The Villa by Barton G in Miami Beach is luxury defined! Italian marble bathrooms, a thousand-mosaic-tile pool, and private rooftop lounge for $1056 a night! It is described as the Versace mansion with the perfect beach vibe and is a contemporary blend of Italian interiors with Miami’s culture.

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#10: The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana is a 37,000-acre working cattle ranch with luxury amenities and pristine views of Blackfoot Valley for $1021 a night, offering ski adventures, Winterfest nights and safari experiences for the wild hearts.

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Peace of mind and happiness for you soul comes at a price, but isn’t it worth the investment?

*Please note that the prices are for double rooms. For the most luxurious suites, you may make an inquiry on the official website of the hotels.

By Courtesy Pursuitist

2 Responses

  1. Amazing!!
    If only I had the money… I would go for number 8 🙂

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