There’s no better place in the United States for historic hotels, boutique inns and luxurious resorts than New England. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, there is a huge number of places to choose from.

New England is known for its charming inns, set against picturesque vistas. One of the area’s most famous is the Weekapaug Inn in Westerly, Rhode Island. Originally built in the late 19th century — and rebuilt in 1939 following a historic hurricane — the Cape Cod-style inn was finally accepted into the Relais & Châteaux in 2013, an association known for setting the standard in hospitality excellence. The restaurant is superb, and there are plenty of spaces for private meetings, business conferences and weddings to accommodate groups of all kinds.

Next, the Claremont Hotel in coastal Maine has everything you could want for a picturesque, waterfront resort. Sitting alongside the Somes Sound and within view of Cadillac Mountain, this luxurious resort has cabanas, a heated outdoor swimming pool, onsite spa, multiple restaurants and bars, and more.

For a trip to the city, you can’t get much more luxurious than the Four Seasons Hotel located on Dalton Street in Boston. Combining the luxurious reputation of the Four Seasons with the comforts of one of the city’s most fashionable neighborhoods, Back Bay, this modern, 61-story skyscraper is the ultimate urban escape. Guests can enjoy skyline views, spa, fine dining, fitness center and a pool.

Contact us now so we can help you plan your next visit to New England.