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In Seattle, check out Hotel Vintage

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A NEW VINTAGE UNCORKED IN DOWNTOWN SEATTLE

Kimpton's Hotel Vintage Park has transformed into the Hotel Vintage, with a multi-million dollar renovation and top-to-bottom redesign. Each of the 125 newly re-imagined guest rooms are named for a Washington winery, highlighting a strong partnership with local vintners who pour nightly at the hotel's hosted wine reception.

"We couldn't be more proud to raise a glass to this transformation," said Tom Waithe, regional director of operations for Kimpton Hotels of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle-based Dawson Design Associates transformed the hotel, using the European history of wine as inspiration and blending it with a casual, Northwest look and feel. The guestrooms embody the spirit of wine with rich colors and textures, seen in a vibrant purple couch and drapery that gives a nod to climbing vines.

More than 88,000 recycled wine corks in a variety of colors make up one of a kind cork board art behind each guestroom bed. To satisfy the most technically advanced guests, each room also houses an Obsess system, allowing movies, music, and more to go from a smartphone right to the room's LCD TV.

Address: 1100 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, Washington; Tel: (206) 624-8000

Boutique hotels abound in NYC, as well. Here are 3 truly unique properties to check out:

Tribeca Grand Hotel (from $289), 2 Avenue of Americas, (212) 519-6600

Duane Street Hotel (from $212), 130 Duane Street, (212) 964-4600

The Muse Hotel, another Kimpton property, (from $186), 130 W. 46th Street, (212) 485-2400

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