Accommodation in the United States
West Coast wonders to uncover
Spanning from Seattle to San Diego, the West Coast of the United States is a medley of cosmopolitan world cities and awe-inspiring natural panoramas, from the coastal grandeur of Big Sur to the scorched Mojave Desert.
If you're looking at taking on the wild west, the first part is deciding where to start. Working your way from top to bottom, settle into the steady pace of Seattle before passing through Portland en route to San Francisco, where arty apartments adorn the trundling streets. In Los Angeles, stay among the A-listers in Hollywood or soak in the Cali sunshine at a Malibu beach retreat.
Exciting cities on the East Coast
A little less spacious than the west coast, America's east is compact with cities constantly found atop travel bucket lists. The star of the show is unquestionably New York – although the city itself never sleeps, you won't have trouble finding a place to kip in Manhattan – but the eastern allure extends beyond NYC.
Base yourself in Boston Massachusetts to take in the large-scale magnetism of this mid-sized city, before moving on to the forest-filled state of Pennsylvania, where you can indulge in history and a side serve of sports in Philadelphia. Don't forget to call in on the capital city, Washington DC, where lodgings are known to be fit for a president.
More to love In the Midwest
Consuming a large chunk of the continent, the Midwestern United States encompasses Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin – phew! Exuding Americana from every pour, this "heartland" of the States features a neat collection of cities to base your travels around.
From culturally-rich Chicago, where chic hotels line Lake Michigan, to the musical mecca of Detroit, your options are endless when it comes to United States accommodation in the Midwest. From city to city, well-known international hotel chains present themselves, whether it be the Hyatt Regency in downtown Cleveland or the Hilton in Kansas City.