If money is no object for your stay in the US, you can find many of the most expensive hotels in the west of the country; however, there are plenty with a high price tag in other parts of the country. With the expensive price tag come lots of luxury amenities for you to enjoy, and some of the locations are truly spectacular.
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Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California
Here you can spend time enjoying the amazing views of the coast for less than $800 per night.
Glenmere Mansion, Chester, New York
This luxury hotel was once the mansion home of the Goelet family and in its time it has played host to royalty and celebrities galore. Being a part of this luxury experience will cost in the region of $815 per night.
Little Palm Island Resort, Little Torch Key, Florida
If you have any doubts about the credentials of this hotel as a luxury holiday destination, look no further than the awards it has gathered over the last few years. Making second place on the list of the top 500 hotels in the world has cemented its position at the very top of the hospitality industry.
SkyLOFTS, MGM Grand, Las Vegas
Las Vegas is synonymous with luxury. SkyLOFTS at the MGM Grand has everything you could need, including complimentary Bulgari toiletries and extras such as espresso machines.
Calistoga Ranch, Calistoga, California
The Napa Valley location is ideal for those who want to get away from it all and relax. With a yoga deck and a pool perfectly located for making the most of the views, you can spend just over $900 per night here.
Casa Palermo, Pebble Beach, California
An estate that has taken its inspiration from the Mediterranean, this hotel will set you back just under $1,000 per night and offers you great views of both the Del Monte Forest and Carmel Bay.
Triple Creek Ranch, Darby Montana
If you have slightly more than $1,000 per night to spend then you can do so at this beautifully located hotel. Close to the Montana Rockies, the accommodation is luxury log cabins.
Auberge du Soleil, Rutherford, California
The design of this luxury hotel comes from an ancient monastery. Guests who are prepared to pay almost $1,100 per night can enjoy some great views of the Napa Valley.
Firehole Ranch, West Yellowstone, Montana
Luxury is not the only watchword here – exclusivity is also very important. Only 20 guests are checked in to this hotel each week to help to preserve the local environment and keep it as peaceful as possible. A night here will set you back almost $1,500; however, some activities and all meals are included in the price tag.
The Point, Saranac Lake, New York
At more than $1,800 per night, guests at this luxury hotel can indulge in all kinds of amenities, including custom-made beds and large, luxury bathrooms. All meals are included in the cost of the room.
The luxury hotel industry is varied in the US, but finding something to suit both your taste and your bank balance should be a fairly easy task.
Also check out ESTA VISA FastTrack for information about the US Visa Waiver programme. The programme allows people from participating countries to travel to the US on holiday without a Visa. There are 37 countries that participate in the programme, including the UK.
You will still need to go through the usual passport controls once you arrive in the US and will be inspected by a Customs and Border Protection officer, but this should be a mere formality.