America’s 10 Most Popular Hotels Among Millionaires

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What do you call a person with at least $100 million in assets? A centimillionaire.

However, deciding where to stay when you’re traveling can be difficult, no matter your income level.

From California to Florida, here’s a list of the most popular hotels visited by the nearly 10,000 centimillionaires living in the United States at this time, as recently identified in this year’s USA Wealth Report.

10. The Little Nell

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Hotel’s location: Aspen, Colorado

Aspen’s “only Five-Star, Five-Diamond, ski-in/ski-out hotel,” the Little Nell is known for its amazing mountain views, unparalleled guest services and an award-winning wine cellar. The hotel opened in 1989, but its beautifully appointed rooms and suites were renovated in 2017 by the New York firm Champalimaud Design.

The Little Nell hosts various culinary events, including twice-weekly complimentary wine tastings and special events during Aspen’s annual three-day Food & Wine Classic.

9. The Mansion at MGM Grand

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Hotel’s location: Las Vegas

A very exclusive hotel in Las Vegas, The Mansion at MGM Grand offers 29 private residences and villas reminiscent of an old world Mediterranean villa.

For those who love a great meal, the MGM Grand casino houses several restaurants of celebrity chefs including the acclaimed late French chef Joel Robuchon. Afternoon high tea is also available on The Mansion Estate dining room patio or delivered to your villa.

8. Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa

Ranch Santa Fe, San Diego, California
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Hotel’s location: Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego County, California

With three opulent Spanish-inspired private residences and 49 luxuriously appointed guesthouses, Rancho Valencia is listed as a five-star destination by Forbes Travel Guide. The resort on 45 acres of gardens and citrus groves also offers memberships to its spa and tennis courts. Guests may also appreciate the hotel’s commitment to sustainability and organic products.

7. El Encanto

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Hotel’s location: Santa Barbara, California

Santa Barbara is known for its coastline, wineries and Spanish-colonial and craftsman style structures like the El Encanto. Originally opened in 1918, the hotel is a favorite for artists and the wealthy alike. Its secluded and lush tropical environment features a zero-edge pool that faces the Pacific Ocean. Known for its restorative spa services, El Encanto provides life journey coaching and sound bath meditation sessions as well.

6. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

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Hotel’s location: Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Situated just one monorail stop from Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, the Grand Floridian is a luxurious Victorian-themed resort with villas and suites offering a lakeside view. With Disney Signature Services, guests can also create a one of kind personalized experience for their family. Centrally located for enjoying Disney’s parks, Disney Springs and all that nearby Orlando has to offer makes the Grand Floridian a favorite among centimillionaires.

5. Fisher Island Club

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Hotel’s location: Miami Beach, Florida

The enjoyable weather and private beaches aren’t the only highlights of the Fisher Island Club, an exclusive island hotel that can only be reached by private yacht or ferry. Only members have access to its golf courses, tennis courts and spa amenities on land that once belonged to William Vanderbilt II. Porto Cervo, La Trattoria and the Garwood Lounge and Piano Bar are only a few of the amazing dining venues at the Fisher Island Club, located in one of the nation’s wealthiest ZIP codes .

4. The Beverly Hills Hotel

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Hotel’s location: Beverly Hills, California

Nestled in the hills of Los Angeles County, the Beverly Hills Hotel has been the essence of glamour for over a century. Known as the “The Pink Palace,” this exclusive hotel caters to the stars and the wealthy within its 12 acres of lush gardens and secluded bungalows. Don’t forget the famous Polo Lounge, which serves up both Italian-inspired cuisine and, possibly, the latest Hollywood deal.

3. The Plaza Hotel

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Hotel’s location: New York City

A New York CIty icon since 1907, The Plaza continues to welcome guests with a luxurious experience at “the castle” on Central Park South. With 21,000 square feet of meeting space, the Plaza is well-known for its lavish social events, weddings and corporate gatherings.

2. Bellagio

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Hotel’s location: Las Vegas

Known for amazing entertainment like Cirque du Soleil’s “O”, the Bellagio offers its guests beautiful botanical gardens, amazing art exhibits, the MGM Casino and its one-of-a-kind fountains. There might a few centimillionaires dining at the Picasso restaurant among many of the artist’s masterpieces on the walls.

1. The Breakers

The Breakers, Palm Beach
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Hotel’s location: Palm Beach, Florida

Since 1896, The Breakers resort has been known for its elegance, luxury and glamour at the beachfront in Palm Beach. Unforgettable events, boutique shopping, rooftop views and a wide range of sumptuous dining experiences are only a few of the special moments the Breakers has to offer.

The Flagler Club, a boutique hotel nestled within The Breakers, provides the pinnacle of private luxury with 25 suites and rooms available on two restricted floors. Members will enjoy a “full-service dedicated team to attend to every and any need.”

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