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All Provenance Hotels Are in the Running for 2020 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards
It’s a cause for celebration. Once again, all Provenance Hotels are nominated among the best hotels and travel experiences in the world for the 2020 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, the longest-running awards for excellence in the travel industry. It’s a true testament to our family of hardworking teammates, who each day, help create memories for each guest in their own way.
Now more than ever, your favorite places and the communities that serve them need your love and support. Cast your vote now through June 30. Choose a category, and vote for your favorites. Get your friends and family in on it, too.
Reminisce. Dream. Look forward to traveling again. We’ll be here.
Each time you submit a completed rating now through May 31, 2020, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a weekend for two at the Wentworth Mansion in Charleston, South Carolina. How about that!
This reigning Boston champion (#1) draws inspiration from the city’s rich history of innovators, thought leaders and risk takers that have helped shape the modern world. Complete with trendsetting amenities like Conspire co-working space and killer tacos at the newly opened Cósmica Mexican eatery.
Honoring the city’s long tradition of makers, builders and doers, the hotel is also home to must-try Rider, serving dishes from the region’s most defining characteristics – the forest and the ocean.
There’s a reason why it’s known as the ‘The House of Welcome.’ Come for the modern design and exceptional service, stay for the killer food and drinks at Bullard and Abigail Hall.
Embracing the city’s heritage as the birthplace of Dale Chihuly and its reputation as the epicenter of the American art glass movement, the hotel is home to a museum-worthy collection of glass art representing 45 artists from around the world. And all within walking distance of the city’s museum corridor, including the Museum of Glass.
Renowned for its photography collection of David Hume Kennerly works, hip accommodations, and dining at Imperial and The Crown, run by the acclaimed Chef Vitaly Paley.
Made for the creatively inclined and bold personalities, marked by photography, music and exceptional food from Miller’s Guild.
Old Hollywood charm and vintage vibes run deep at this iconic downtown Portland boutique hotel. Grab a table at the Driftwood Room or Gracie’s, you’ll see what we mean.
An urban escape in touch with its natural surroundings. The downtown hotel is the basecamp for exploring the Rose City with world-class dining at Rosa Rosa, an at-your-service Adventure Valet, and more.
Portland’s most storied hotel. It brings to life the historical grandeur of the original building through grand ballrooms, great cocktails and modern touches with a Pacific Northwest feel.
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery – New Orleans
A place where art and history come together. A reincarnation of a building that began its life as a warehouse serving the Port of New Orleans, the hotel is now home to an ever-changing art gallery, modern-day chandlery and one of the city’s top restaurants, Compère Lapin.
This free-spirited desert hideaway has become one of the most sought-after boutique hotels in Palm Springs. Bold art deco décor and a sophisticated bar and restaurant make it an ideal, modern-day adults-only paradise.