The United States of America is blessed with a lot of breathtaking seashores to explore in all seasons. If you are thinking of travelling to the United States on vacation, It would be lovely spending a good time at one of these lovely beach resort in the United States. Some beaches are better than others, and so are the USA’s coastal resorts. Here are our top 10 picks of the best beach hotels in the US, with facilities and design that match their spectacular coastal surroundings. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that most of these resorts are located where you’d expect, with the sun-kissed states of California and Florida being home to more than half the hotels on the list.
1. Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego, California
Steeped in history and romance, the Hotel del Coronado, located on Coronado Island, is San Diego’s premier oceanfront resort, boasting miles of white sand beaches and elegant Victorian charm. It was built in 1888, this National Historic Landmark has become a
living legend with visits by celebrities, U.S. presidents and dignitaries from around the world. Wizard of Oz author, L. Frank Baum is said to have derived his inspiration for the Emerald City from The Del’s spiralling turrets and the classic comedy “Some Like it Hot”, starring Marilyn Monroe was filmed at The Del in 1958. Whether you prefer the historic charm of the Victorian building, the spacious contemporary rooms of Ocean Towers and poolside California Cabana buildings, or the pinnacle of luxury at Beach Village, the sprawling resort has a variety of accommodations to suit your taste.
2. The Cloister At Sea Island, Georgia
Steeped in history and romance, the Hotel del Coronado, located on Coronado Island, is San Diego’s premier oceanfront resort, boasting miles of white sand beaches and elegant Victorian charm. Whether you prefer the historic charm of the Victorian building, the spacious contemporary rooms of Ocean Towers and poolside California Cabana buildings, or the pinnacle of luxury at Beach Village, the sprawling resort has a variety of accommodations to suit your taste.
3. The Ritz-Carlton, Language Niguel, California
Perched atop a seaside bluff, surrounded by panoramic views of the Pacific and the sandy shores of Salt Creek Beach below, The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel is a coastal haven of new experiences. Located halfway between LA and San Diego, along the coast of Dana Point, the resort awakens the senses with its vibrant beachfront locale and celebrated Five Diamond service. Sprawling shoreline vistas create awe-inspiring memories from the moment of arrival. The 396-room resort indulges guests with stylish comfort. Accommodations include 30 suites and 32 Ritz-Carlton Club Level rooms, all featuring a secluded patio or balcony with delightful views of the ocean or poolside gardens. The resort embraces its Southern California roots at every opportunity, from sea-inspired treatments at the spa and locally sourced restaurant menus to family-friendly eco-adventures.
4. FAENA Hotel Miami Beach, Florida
Typifying South American hospitality, Faena Hotel Miami Beach offers 169 ultraluxe rooms and suites, with most accommodations featuring private balconies with views of the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, or city skyline. The elegant Art Deco design recalls the glamour of 1950s Miami Beach in modern style with details including Ann Sacks tile bathrooms with separate walk-in shower and bespoke bedding with Italian linens. The hotel has restaurants from Argentinian chef Francis Mallmann and James Beard Foundation Award winner Paul Qui. Mallmann’s Los Fuegos offers a contemporary take on the traditional Argentine asado experience, featuring grilled and roasted meats prepared in a South American-style open-fire kitchen, fresh seafood and locally grown vegetables. Qui has opened Pao, the chef’s first restaurant outside of Texas, which offers his renowned brand of modern Asian cuisine based on his diverse culinary background. Occupying an entire floor, the Tierra Santa Healing House is the first South American-inspired spa in the U.S. The property also includes a 150-seat theater featuring live shows and performances.
5.The Setai, Miami Beach, Florida
Now, this is one of my personal favourite wit it’s intense Serene and intimate atmosphere. The Setai is an oasis of tranquillity amidst the energy of South Beach. Bearing the unmistakable imprint of legendary hotelier Adrian Zecha, its design and vision artfully combines the rich architectural history of South Beach’s Art Deco District with the multi-faceted cultural history of the International Art Deco movement, particularly its influence in Asia. Built-in the 1930s, the hotel’s landmark Art Deco building on Collins Avenue began as the famed Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel.
Adjacent to the Art Deco building is a 40-story glass residential tower featuring ocean suites, surpassing all around it in elevation, views and design. The hotel features 75 impeccably detailed guestrooms and 50 suites, an intimate, private spa, three pools and remarkable restaurants and bars. It is located near Miami Beach’s thriving cultural district, as well as the nightlife, fine dining, shopping and other South Beach attractions.
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6. Woodloch Pines Resort in Hawley, Pennsylvania
This family-owned resort provides visitors with a warm and welcoming greeting as well as ample opportunities to have good, old-fashioned fun together. This resort is famous for its extensive activities program, which has a little something for everyone. Woodloch Pine Resort also boasts a championship golf course and a world-class spa. Amenities: Indoor and outdoor swimming pools, rock climbing wall, kayaking, snowshoeing, and nightly entertainment.
7. Club Med Sandpiper Bay in Port St. Lucie, Florida
You know Florida is the home of beautiful beaches, after Hawaii of course in the United States. Best described as one of the premier all-inclusive resorts in the United States for families who love to stay active, this resort has a little bit of everything. Similar to many of the Caribbean all-inclusive resorts, Club Med Sandpiper Bay lets guests enjoy days by the pool, water activities and plenty of food as well as drinks. Amenities: Sports facilities with professional instructors, kids’ clubs, and outdoor pools. This is just a beauty to behold!
8. Watercolor Inn, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
Overlooking the sugar sands of Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, you will find Watercolor Inn, a warm family-friendly destination steeped in southern hospitality, history and charm. The hotel is situated on a stunning 500-acre community, tucked between the Gulf of Mexico and a coastal dune lake framed by a longleaf pine forest. Thoughtfully designed by architect David Rockwell and featuring a gorgeously renovated lobby, the Inn seamlessly marries the laid-back comfort of a classic beach house with the modern perks and indulgences of a luxury boutique hotel. Experiences at the hotel are inspired by the natural surroundings, from the coastal elegance of the 60 guest rooms and suites to the locally sourced menus and captivating Gulf views at the restaurants. Throughout the beautifully landscaped grounds, pebbled footpaths wind through picturesque parks and gardens, leading the way to a boathouse, tennis courts, spa, shops, restaurants, a fitness center and a private beach.
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9. Inn by The Sea, Portland, Maine
Inn by the Sea is located on a mile of sandy beach and just fifteen minutes from the vibrant city of Portland, making the Inn the perfect luxury Maine beach hotel for couples or family travel. Its 61 guestrooms, suites and cottages have been appointed with maple furnishings and locally commissioned artwork. Sea Glass, the main restaurant, offers fresh and delicious fare, as well as stunning ocean views. Things to do here are relaxing on the mile-long sandy beach, canoeing with L.L. Bean instructors on Casco Bay, roasting marshmallows over an open fire pit, enjoying beachfront sunsets, performing early morning yoga, or heading to nearby Portland to shop. The elegantly appointed, eco-conscious spa offers an array of maritime-inspired massages, facials and body treatments. Inn by the Sea is also well-known as a pet-friendly destination in the Portland area, so you can take your four-legged companions with you.
10. Ocean House, Watch Hill, Rhode Island
The Ocean House is a small boutique, luxury hotel with resort-like amenities, offering the highest level of service and providing a nearby coastal New England escape. Meticulously reconstructed to recreate the original Victorian structure, it was built in 1868, the Ocean House evokes a timeless elegance that captures the residential ambience of the area’s turn-of-the-century summer estates while providing today’s discerning travelers with the most modern amenities available. The beachfront, world-class property features 49 guestrooms and 23 private residences, each room richly appointed to reflect the feel of a sprawling seaside estate, offering an unrivaled residential experience. There’s also farm-to-table casual and fine dining, an impeccable 12,000-square-foot spa, and more than 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space. The Ocean House is located on a private, white-sand beach which provides an oceanfront playground replete with private cabanas and an array of water sports and activiHouse
So, I know Florida appears way more than once on here, but it’s almost hard to deny how great the beach resorts are in Florida, I decided not to add Hawaii because they have their own personal top lists that is almost never-ending. Either way, these are the top ten best that I would recommend in the U.S. For vacation or just a brief work thing I would suggest you try as much as possible to experience the scenic view of these resorts.