Opened in 2013 in a 100-year-old former bank building, the Park Hyatt has utilized the space well, with a restaurant in the former cashier’s hall and a pool in the former vault. The suites are spacious, and all rooms have more than just the basic requirements for your average traveler, including safes large enough for laptops. While the marvelous Grand Salon is typically used for banquets and business meetings, guests should definitely try and take a peek at this beautifully designed room. The prime location in the historic First District means most major sights are within walking distance.
Rooms: 108 rooms, 35 suites. From $452. Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon. Dining options: European regional cuisine and an open show kitchen and pastry kitchen are the focus at the Bank restaurant. Spa and gym details: Arany Spa features a swimming pool, sauna, steam bath, and vitality shower. The hotel has a 24-hour fitness center.
Who it's for: Business travelers, couples, and families. Our favorite rooms: Park View studios are well lit and have great city views. Chef's Table dining: Book well ahead for one of the eight seats at the Chef’s Table, set between two show kitchens.