The midwest region is home to an overwhelming number of beautiful, luxurious places to visit, and I’ve rounded up 15 of the best luxury hotels in the midwest, to help make planning your next adventure easier!
Honeymee is the delicious combination of real milk, hand churned kosher ice cream and real honeycombs that’s the perfect snack sized portion. I had seen cute photos of their ice cream online and knew that I wanted to try it, and I’m so glad I did!
Beverly Hills is home to the world’s first cupcake ATM (now more have sprung up around the nation) with vegan and gluten free options, open 24/7, it was the perfect way for us to satisfy our sweet tooth while in town, for only $4.
Tickets to legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s internationally acclaimed installation “Infinity Mirrors” typically sell out in minutes, but we managed to get our hands on some and it was well worth traveling across the country to see. Step inside Yayoi Kusama’s glittering, infinite universe and see why it is one of the most intriguing museum exhibits of the 21st century.
We absoultely adored the flavors, atmosphere, decor, and staff of Hinoki & the Bird, and it’s no secret why it’s one of the most luxurious restaurants in California. Hinoki & the Bird is a fantastic place to eat out with friends, celebrate a promotion, have a date, or to simply treat yourself to a beautiful meal in Los Angeles!
One of the most stunning hotels in the midwest, Hotel Walloon is a beautiful gem on Lake Walloon in Northern Michigan and offers guests a world class luxury experience blended with the coziness and warmth of visiting beloved friends.
Barrel Back restuarant is one of the best places to eat in the state of Michigan, because they have an expansive menu, and most items are cooked over an open fire, deliberately crafted to excite even the most refined palates. Nearly everything on the menu can be made to suit special diets, and the flavors are consistently excellent.
In reality, these mirrors reflect a bright, cheery, and beautiful hallway within Hotel Walloon, but through my camera lens and manipulations, I’ve altered the images to reflect an alternate version of this hall of mirrors, one that is much darker and mysterious, yet still elegant and entirely unique.
This beautiful, historic hotel has been credited with breathing life back into the city of Grand Rapids, and has drawn visitors to the city from all over the world. Originally called the Pantlind Hotel, expansions and new decor have made this unique hotel one of the most luxurious in the world.