The east coast of the United States stretches about 1,800 miles from the scenic Maine on the Canadian border to the colorful Latin-affected Miami, providing a range of experiences along the way. Whatever holiday type you are looking for, there are plenty of luxury hotels along this east coastline to offer elegantly.
Northern New England states offer some of America's oldest history and legendary autumn foliage colors. Boston has a built-in historic center that can be explored by following the red brick line around the main sights. Eliot Hotel, a competitor to Condé Nast Gold List and one of the most luxurious hotels in Boston's fashionable Back Bay area, is an excellent base for discovering the city.
New Jersey and Mid-Atlantic states attract thousands of international visitors each year for sightseeing in New York City. Luxury hotels in New York City can be found on each block, all within walking distance of Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue shops and Central Park attractions. Hotel Pierre stands above the rest – literally – overlooking Central Park and the Museum Mile in Upper Eastside. Those who want to cut costs and not standards should take into account luxury hotels in New Jersey, just a short train journey from Big Apple. Robert Treat Hotel provides excellent luxury hotel accommodation in Newark's Arts District at very high prices.
To the south on the east coast of the United States, Washington, DC, is home to its government buildings and tourist attractions including the White House, the Capitol, and the Lincoln Memorial. Located at the luxury end of the city in Georgetown, the Four Seasons Hotel is ideal for business and leisure travelers looking for luxury centrally located hotels with good amenities in the capital.
Carolinas, Georgia and Florida are famous for sunshine and mild winters. It is very popular among vacationers, winter snowbirds, retirees all year round, sandy beaches and natural wildlife. Families flock to Orlando theme parks before diving on the beaches around Canaveral or Tampa for a quiet break in the sun and surf. For those staying in Orlando, the only place to stay is the Westin Grand Bohemian Hotel, one of the few luxury hotels in Orlando that treats guests as adults and staff who provide services accordingly.
Another 100 miles or so lies along US1 Overseas Road which jumps from island to island across bridges and bridges to reach Key West, at the end of the line. On the way, Little Palm Island is a great resort to stay in, just 20 miles west of Marathon Key. From the soft, sandy beach of this luxury hotel in Florida's Keys, you are close to the Caribbean island where you can get it, without sailing.