- The Pfister Hotel in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ranked #1 in Best Milwaukee Hotels and #2 in Best Wisconsin Hotels.
- Skirvin Hilton in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, ranked #1 in both Best Oklahoma City Hotels and Best Oklahoma Hotels for the second consecutive year.
InterContinental Milwaukeein Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ranked #3 in Best Milwaukee Hotels and #5 in Best Wisconsin Hotels.
- Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, ranked #7 in Best Wisconsin Hotels.
Westin Columbusin Columbus, Ohio, ranked #4 in Best Columbus Hotels and #9 in Best Ohio Hotels.
- Hotel Phillips in
Kansas City, Missouri, ranked #7 in Best Kansas City Hotels and #19 in Best Missouri Hotels.
- Hilton Minneapolis/ Bloomington in
Bloomington, Minnesota, ranked #9 in both Best Minneapolis - St. Paul Hotels and Best Minnesota Hotels.
- The Platinum Hotel & Spa in
Las Vegas, Nevada, ranked #18 in both Best Las Vegas Hotels and Best Nevada Hotels.
"It is truly an honor for eight of our properties to be recognized as the best hotels in their respective cities and states," said Kirk A. Rose, president of
To create this year's rankings,
"This is our third year ranking hotels, and the bar continues to climb for luxury properties," said
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