Autumn has finally dawned. The temperatures in most parts of the eastern United States have started to get cooler, with Mother Nature deciding to make the color palette more vibrant than before. Fall foliage expeditions have become the in-thing and gaining popularity by the day. People are taking to fall foliage trails at an aggressive pace, with a plethora of hotel options for your stay. Here are some of the best design hotels you should consider staying at during your fall foliage expeditions.
The King's Daughters Inn
The King's Daughters Inn is situated near the Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The building is made of traditional white-pillared bricks portraying a common look from the exterior commonly seen in the mid-Atlantic. However, the interiors of the 17 rooms and suites here are in stark contrast to the building’s outwardly appearance. The rooms are well furnished and beautifully designed featuring bold colors. The style of rooms ranges from edgy classics to Art Deco. Each room is distinct and unique in design. The original section of the building housing the rooms prominently feature classic 1920s style, whereas the rooms added later on are avant-garde and styled on Art Deco movement. All the rooms in the King’s Daughter Inn have private bathrooms equipped with all-natural, locally produced toiletries. The customers are also provided triple-sheeted beds and luxurious robes. Among other amenities offered here include evening wine and scotch, afternoon tea, gourmet breakfasts, spacious common areas, adequate meeting and event space, and high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
Lancaster Arts Hotel
The Lancaster Arts Hotel is a 63-room boutique hotel situated in downtown Lancaster in Pennsylvania. The rooms are exquisitely designed, with art taking center-stage in the entire hotel. This is aptly reflected in the collections exhibited in the gallery on the first floor as well as handcrafted furnishings and individual pieces provided in the rooms. This historic hotel was the first in Lancaster to launch its organic fine-dining restaurant named John J. Jeffries. The Lancaster Arts Hotel comprises of 16 luxury suites and 47 guestrooms. The facilities provided in all non-smoking Club Rooms include a coffeemaker, work desk, a double sofabed and queen-sized pillowtop beds. The Studio Rooms are equipped with an armchair and ottoman, work desk, and one queen bed. Some of these rooms also have balconies. The Deluxe Rooms offer a work desk, and one king-sized bed or one or two queen beds. The Presidential Suites and Loft and Arts Club Suites provide added comfort such as kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs.
The Hotel Dylan is situated on Route 28, the gateway to the Catskill Park, at Woodstock in New York. It is the perfect place to stay at particularly for those who want to unwind, relax and explore the beautiful Hudson Valley. It takes less than 2 hours to reach the hotel from New York City. The little town of Woodstock, where Hotel Dylan is located, is the best all-season destination for families thriving with skiers, hikers, fishermen, travelers, musicians and artists. While staying at the hotel, you can simultaneously explore Hudson Valley and all that it has to offer. You can look forward to swimming holes, magical nature trails, a wide range of spa and wellness options, mesmerizing arts offerings and exceptional fine dining while enjoying your stay at the hotel.
Woodstock, which is located at the base of Overlook Mountain in the Catskills, has often been overlooked as a destination for a foliage expedition. The town has remained a prominent center of arts and culture and associated with the festival of the 1960s. With the availability of Hotel Dylan at Woodstock, going for fall foliage expedition will surely be a perfect choice.