Come for a bed, stay for the food.
The casitas at this have private patios equipped with grills. You can order an entrée — prepped and ready to grill — straight to your room, along with salad, veggies, baked potatoes, and fresh-baked bread. If you've got a sweet tooth, ask for the chefs to send up the ingredients for , too.
The minibar is asas you'd expect: Each room's is stocked with local snacks, like Mast Brothers chocolate bars, North Fork Potato Chips, and nuts from Reynard, the restaurant downstairs. On any given day, the eatery has a line — probably for its Southern food favorites.
This is actually a , not a hotel, but with sleeping room for up to 52 people, it might as well be. It's for food-lovers only: There's an ice cream cone-shaped swimming pool, a cherry on top hot tub, and a life-size Candy Land board. Inside, you'll find a bubble gum-themed living room, Coke and Pepsi bedrooms, and a cereal killer kitchen.
Hersheypark is exactly what it sounds like — a theme park dedicated to the chocolate bar — and its official is just as chocolate-obsessed. The spa menu sounds like it belongs in a restaurant, with a whipped cocoa bath, a chocolate sugar scrub and a chocolate fondue wrap, to name a few. If you get hungry post treatment, there are six restaurants on the property.
This is where back to the land types should head. The farm-to-table garden supplies produce for TREE, the 's restaurant, and herbs from the Healing Garden are used in spa treatments. To get even more in touch with your inner hippie, book a gardening class or attend one of the composting workshops.
, a swanky hotel on Michigan Avenue, has a Shake Shack on its ground floor, and anyone staying there can order a burger and fries straight to their room.
The cooking classes held at this are held in a refurbished 1800s carriage house and hosted by the onsite chef, who's a two-time winner. You'll learn to prep special dishes the Lowcountry is known for — then cap the night with a drink at the cozy hotel bar.
sits 20 minutes down the road from its namesake brewery, and the rooms make the partnership clear: There are screenprints of Dogfish labels on the walls and Dogfish blankets on every bed.