Talk about a travel secret that's been kept hush-hush.
Hotels across the country are rolling out smaller, boutique hotels within more established hotels, reports. Not to be confused with a concierge club or presidential level suites, these accommodations are aimed toward an elite clientele – and, in many cases, aren't advertised at all. They often roll out during hotel renovations, and may target a different kind of traveler than the other resort.
Take a look at the spaces that only elite travelers knew about – until now.
When The Breakers was renovated last year, what they would want if money or time wasn't an issue. In response, they created the , a 25-room hotel that occupies two floors of the iconic Palm Beach resort. The staff knows every guest by name, and calls visitors before they arrive to find out what they'd like to do during their stay. Leaving the hotel? A chauffeur will drive you around in the house Tesla.
Your wish is the staff's command at the inside Las Vegas' Monte Carlo hotel. Each guest has access to their very own Personal Suite Assistant, who will fill your fridge with your favorite snacks. Other standout services include free airport limo pickup, clothes pressing, and shoe shining.
The staff at this 60-bedroom takes luxury to the next level. Case in point: You'll be assigned a personal Canyon Ambassador to help you with anything from printing your boarding passes to booking travel during your stay. The daily private wine tastings with a sommelier and a chauffeured luxury car service sound pretty sweet, too.
If you're in need of a little peace and quiet, head to this , where guests are treated to weekly champagne and chocolate parties, lobster on the beach, in-room aromatherapy, and personalized beach bags. Plus, you have access to the Royalton Riviera Cancun's pools, restaurants, and water sports. Which dotted line do we sign?
No, you're not having dèjà vu. The first opened inside the Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas , and was funded by some very famous investors – including Robert De Niro, Taylor Hicks, Holly Madison, David Blaine, and Randi Zuckerberg, to name a few. Now, Nobu is expanding to its third location, inside the , in the late fall. Guests at the 206-room hotel will have access to four luxe pools, unique room service options, spa and fitness facilities, and meeting and event spaces. Company retreat in Miami, anyone?