Oct 11, 2022



Travel Inspiration

What’s Trending: Our Advisor’s Top-Booked Hotels in the US in 2022

Fora Author Kelley Louise

Head of Content Marketing

Kelley Louise

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Whether you’re after an outdoor adventure, a luxe spa weekend or a good old fashioned beach getaway, we've got news for you: you don't have to travel as far as you might think. Fora Advisors are big fans of travel within the continental US (... from California and the New York islands, to the Redwood Forest and the gulf stream waters – Woody Guthrie was on to something). And this year, Fora Advisors have been busy booking the country’s best hotels, from Cape Cod to Vail, which have become our de facto favorites. Read on for this year’s top-booked domestic hotels. In no particular order…

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La Quinta Resort & Club Palm Springs


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Dreaming of a trip to California? There’s no better place to realize those dreams than at La Quinta in Palm Springs. Nestled amongst gorgeous red rock mountains and swaying palm trees, this resort is all desert-luxury, with warm-hued rooms, homey decor and fireplaces. The crowd-pleasing La Quinta boasts golf courses designed by legends Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman; and for wellness seekers, there’s spa treatments galore and 41 (yes, you read that right) climate-controlled pools. Don’t miss the garden bath ritual that utilizes local agave nectar body therapy.

Fora Perks:

  • $100 resort / hotel credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas


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Let’s face it: Sin City never gets old (if you do it right, that is). The Venetian is one of our all-time favorites when traveling to Las Vegas: an Italian-themed casino resort, surrounded by lovely – albeit artificial –  canals featuring gondola rides. Here, every room offers a taste of glitz and glam, some suites with fireplaces and whirlpool tubs. The Venetian is beloved by foodies, as well, as it’s home to 20 restaurants led by celebrity chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Emeril Lagasse and Buddy Valastro. Amenities don’t stop there – when not gambling, go ahead and hit the nightclub, wax museum and theater, and scale the 40-ft rock wall.

Four Seasons Downtown New York


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Gracing the streets of downtown, the Four Seasons has established itself as a 21st-century luxury landmark and a favorite for NYC travel. With sleek interior design to match the business vibe of FiDi, the hotel is a master class in minimalism, with pale gray and blue accents. Conveniently located a stone's throw from the World Trade Center, the Four Seasons is all about city views – including of the Hudson – which can’t be beat. Guests shouldn’t miss a treatment at the Four Seasons spa, where signature body scrubs and masks are on offer, plus a unique treatment inspired by Cleopatra's favorite beauty ritual (intrigued? We are too). 

Fora Perks:

  • When you book Four Seasons through Fora, you will enjoy exclusive Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits. Your advisor will be pleased to give you more details.

Asbury Ocean Club


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Hear us out: the Jersey Shore has never looked better. The Asbury Ocean Club is a delightful beach hotel reminiscent of a Caribbean resort. With an overall retro feel and loft-inspired suites, the hotel is beloved for its breezy pool area and impressive views from every room. Guests spend their days doing complimentary yoga or relaxing in the charming drawing room, which serves as a communal lounge, bar and music room. Oh, and did we mention it’s less than a 1.5-hour drive from Manhattan?

The Roxy Hotel


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At the crossroads of two of the most iconic neighborhoods in the world – Tribeca and Soho – lies the Roxy hotel. The Roxy’s design transports guests to a 1920s salon, with Art Deco touches, handsome wooden floors and gold accents. The nightlife at this hotel is a selling point: guests enjoy live jazz at the club, the Django, or a screening of the hottest foreign film at the movie theater. Don’t miss cocktails and oysters galore in the effortlessly glamorous lobby. 

Sonnenalp Hotel


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The Sonnenalp hotel offers everything there is to love about a European ski escape, sans passport. This hotel transports guests to the Swiss Alps – but with the fresh powdery mountains of Vail as a backdrop. Featuring Alpine-chic rooms with fireplaces and private balconies, the Sonnelap is welcoming to not only ski bunnies but spa-goers. The wellness center is truly impressive, with everything from dry brush massage treatments to lymphatic detoxification – and more. 

Fora Perks:

  • $100 resort / hotel credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

Bungalows Key Largo


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It’s official: the Bungalows hold the key to our heart (see what we did there). Ideal for a Florida vacation, this couples-only resort is decked out with 135 dreamy bungalows, with private verandas, outdoor soaking tubs and beachy decor. In addition to a sunset cruise and snorkeling adventure at the nearby reef, guests should be sure to dine at Sea Señor. The hotel restaurant serves up the fresh, local seafood of the Florida Keys with vibrant Mexican influences.

1 Hotel South Beach


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Ready for your Miami moment? It’s at 1 Hotel South Beach. This sleek and sustainably-minded hotel features airy, sophisticated rooms with impressive ocean views, custom-designed beds and furniture made with reclaimed driftwood. The rooftop pool promises uninhibited views of the horizon (sunsets galore), inviting guests to relax on sunbeds while savoring fresh fruit. The hotel’s Bamford spa is lauded for its advanced and holistic approaches, such as Swedish Aromatherapy. 

Fora Perks:

  • $100 resort / hotel credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

The Greenwich Hotel


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Beloved by celebrities and aesthetes alike, this ultra-sophisticated TriBeCa hotel is always a good idea. All 88 rooms are individually decorated with cozy furnishings like velvet sofas and jewel tones, with art sourced from all around the world. The piece de resistance is the underground pool and Shibui spa, which takes its inspiration from Japanese wellness, featuring onsen therapies and acupuncture. Dining at Locanda Verde, the upscale Italian restaurant, is highly recommended — they serve up impossibly fluffy lemon ricotta pancakes. 

Fora Perks:

  • $100 resort / hotel credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

Chatham Bars Inn


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Fall means one thing: a long weekend in New England! With a gorgeous Cape setting and heated oceanfront pool, Chatham Bars Inn offers the quintessential New England experience – one that is luxurious yet laid-back. Guests stay in chic and cozy rooms with wood accents, delicate moldings and nautical decor, or classic Cape cottages with saunas and fireplaces. While staying here, visit The Farm, where the Inn grows a surplus of vegetables and hosts farm-to-table dinners and other educational group activities. 

Fora Perks:

  • $100 resort / hotel credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.


    Author - Kelley Louise

    Kelley Louise

    A travel entrepreneur passionate about storytelling and sustainability, Kelley is the Head of Content Marketing at Fora Travel.