Sure, your suite at the Deerfield Red Roof may be slick by Western Mass standards, but some master hotel rooms around the world are so over-the-top that even seasoned jet-setters will drop a jaw upon checking-in, and checking out for that matter -- you know, since they're getting a hundred thousand dollar bill and all. (4/13/2014)
Adolphus Hotel, Dallas The "coolest" hotel, when it opened. So in 1950 when the Adolphus became the first hotel in the world to offer central air conditioning, we can only imagine how thankful its sweaty guests must have been.
Gaylord Opreyland Resort| The town in the middle, there's clothing shops, and ice cream store, restaurants, tons of stuff. All the windows along the side are the balconies of the hotel rooms. They have little bistro type tables and chairs on them.