10 Ultra-Cozy Hotels With Fireplaces in Every Room
So cozy, you may never want to check out.
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Spring Creek Ranch (Jackson Hole, Wyoming)
A thousand feet above the town of Jackson, Wyoming, Spring Creek Ranch is ensconced inside a breathtaking wildlife sanctuary, views of which are on full display in every room on the property. Whether you choose to bunk in a simple inn room or a luxurious mountain villa, each accommodation boasts a crackling wood-burning fireplace.
Captain’s House Inn (Cape Cod, Massachusetts)
If you've ever wanted to play sea captain for a day (and night), the historic Captain’s House Inn in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, needs to be on your radar. All rooms feature fireplaces, with an especially handsome wood-burning one in the Captain Hiram Harding room. Our advice: Sink into one of the room's two buttery leather chairs and watch the fire.
XV Beacon (Boston, Massachusetts)
A refined and modern boutique hotel in the heart of Boston, XV Beacon boasts gas fireplaces in each of its custom-designed, art-splashed rooms. After a night out on the town, there’s nothing better than cozying up in front of one while draped in a luxe cashmere throw, provided to all rooms.
The Chedi Andermatt (Andermatt, Switzerland)
More than 1,440 meters above sea level, the exclusive Chedi Andermatt hotel offers Swiss Alp splendor in all of its 123 rooms. All boast picturesque views of the mountain landscape and perhaps best of all, design-forward and modern fireplaces in each room.
Wickaninnish Inn (Tofino, British Columbia)
On British Columbia’s Vancouver Island, the waterfront Wickaninnish Inn is the perfect place to safely watch the region’s biblical winter storms. This lovingly designed Relais & Chateaux property brings coziness to new levels with attractive gas fireplaces, thick woolen Hudson’s Bay blankets and moody oil-burning candles in each room.
Calistoga Ranch (Napa Valley, California)
Hidden away in a private canyon in the upper Napa Valley, the 157-acre site that Calistoga Ranch calls home is packed with ancient oaks, rolling hills and an awe-inspiring private lake. The lodge rooms are no less majestic: All feature gas fireplaces, many of them a gorgeous indoor-outdoor hybrid.
Timber Cove Resort (Jenner, California)
Surrounded by rugged Sonoma coastline, Timber Cove Resort is perched high above the Pacific Ocean on a redwood-pocked bluff. The 46 newly designed guest rooms and suites have warm, midcentury accents, and perhaps best of all, rustic fireplaces in all but a handful of rooms.
Post Ranch Inn (Big Sur, California)
Rustic romance at its best, this luxurious Big Sur escape sits 1,200 feet above the Pacific Ocean. Each of Post Ranch Inn’s 39 bespoke rooms features roaring, wood-burning fireplaces, some of them double-sided and visible from both the bedroom and bath. And is there anything better than taking a dip in a large soaking tub with a crackling fire in the background?
The Inn at Stonington (Stonington, Connecticut)
In the historic New England village of Stonington, the Inn at Stonington’s 18 graciously appointed rooms all have majestic views of the breathtaking Fishers Island Sound. The vast majority have gas fireplaces, making this romantic inn all the more appealing to couples seeking a cozy retreat from everyday life.
Four Seasons Vail (Vail, Colorado)
In keeping with the European-style, mountain-luxury vibe that defines the 134 accommodations and private residences at the Four Seasons Vail, all rooms are outfitted with gas-burning fireplaces. There’s no better way to warm up after a day on the slopes.