Best American Hotels Under $250 a Night

West Baden Springs Hotel, French Lick, Indiana
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Condé Nast Traveler readers say:

This circular, one-of-a-kind domed-atrium property in rural Indiana—"it's an architectural marvel in the middle of nowhere"—was once a Jesuit seminary. Accommodations at the West Baden Springs Hotel come with embroidered silk bolsters, artwork created from vintage postcards, and Egyptian-cotton sheets; one-bedroom suites have iron beds and leather-topped tables. The clubhouse offers cuisine ranging from home-style sweet corn chowder to grilled breaded pork tenderloin, and views of the Pete Dye Golf Course; Ballard's Bar serves cocktails in the atrium.

West Baden Springs Hotel
Tel: 888 936 9360

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