The Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards are the most prestigious, longest-running awards for excellence in the travel industry. Since 1987, Condé Nast has been ranking the best hotels and resorts in the world. This year Provenance Hotels didn’t just make the cut, we dominated it. Thirteen of our hotels were recognized, four of which were newly opened last year. Plus, our East Coast crew at The Revolution Hotel snagged a gold medal with the new title of Top Hotel in Boston. But - awards don’t matter to us, your thoughts do. Thank you for shouting them from the rooftops.
#1 - The Revolution Hotel
Even the boldest Revolutionaries need a good night's rest and The Revolution Hotel has ushered in a new style of hotel stay for them. Thriving in South End, one of Boston's most desirable areas, Bunk Rooms and shared bathrooms allow for an affordable stay smack dab in the cultural soul of the city.
2nd place winner for the Top 30 Hotels in the USA for the Pacific Northwest is the Portland’s most iconic downtown hotel, the Heathman Hotel. With a rich history of art and culture since the mid 1920’s, the hotel offers guests a welcome respite in a one-of-a-kind library, freshly renovated rooms and the incredible Headwaters restaurant.
Hotel Theodore in downtown Seattle is a landmark reborn, capturing 3rd place in the Pacific Northwest Top 30 Hotels. Honoring the city’s long tradition of makers, builders and doers, Hotel Theodore offers a unique experience in the heart of the city’s tourist attractions topped off with amazing meals from Rider.
#5 - Woodlark – Portland
Woodlark, the newest hotel in our portfolio, is our Instagram love child with its lush contemporary style in in-tune vibe of downtown Portland. ‘The House of Welcome’ not only offers some of the best food and drink options in the city but beautifully decorated rooms for welcome break after long days of sights and shopping.
Living life in color, Hotel Murano is an artful place to stay in downtown Tacoma just steps from the Tacoma Convention Center and the city’s best museums and restaurants. Honoring the American glass art movement, Hotel Murano pairs luxurious guestrooms with gallery-worthy art from around the world.
Quintessentially Portland, Hotel Lucia embodies the essence of what makes the Pacific Northwest so special. As the original destination for effortless hospitality and personality, the hotel offers an expansive photography collection, warm spaces and two incredible restaurants, Imperial and The Crown, run by the world-famous Chef Vitaly Paley.
#9 - Hotel Max – Seattle
Made for the creatively inclined, Hotel Max is a boutique hotel experience for the true creators. The hotel is downtown Seattle’s destination for the biggest imaginations. A place where photography, music, art and exceptional food from Miller’s Guild come together to make magic mixed with plenty of attitude.
#10 - Hotel deLuxe – Portland
Old Hollywood charm meets Portland hip culture in this iconic downtown Portland boutique hotel. Hotel deLuxe continues their reign on the Conde’ Nast Travelers Readers' Choice Awards winning list with gorgeous views and timeless experiences including vintage-inspired dinners and drinks downstairs.
#11 - Dossier – Portland
Embodying Rose City’s cultural ethos and harmony with its natural surroundings, Dossier is a basecamp for exploring. With the world-class Rosa Rosa restaurant downstairs, creative co-conspirators like wellness experts at Knot Springs and an at-your-service Adventure Valet, Dossier is a hotel that has it all.
# 17 – Sentinel – Portland
As Portland’s most storied hotel, Sentinel is inspired by visionaries. Named after the statues adorning its roofline, the hotel speaks to forward-thinkers with an extensive selection of signature amenities, carefully curated art and two of the city’s finest culinary establishments – Jake's Grill and Jackknife.
A place where art and history come together. The Old No. 77 Hotel is ideally situated just three blocks from the French Quarter of New Orleans. Home to an ever-changing art gallery and one of the city’s top restaurants, Compère Lapin, the hotel has become a cultural epicenter.
#14 - Lora – Stillwater, MN
Set in an old brewery, this luxury boutique hotel adds charm, character and flavors to downtown Stillwater. Voted one of the best designed hotels in the world in 2018, it continues to pour old world appreciation along the Saint Croix River.
This free-spirited hideaway has become one of the most sought-after boutique hotels in Palm Springs. With a mixture of bold colorful décor, adults only amenities and a sophisticated bar and restaurant makes it a modern-day paradise in the desert.