This idea is especially popular in Las Vegas, where big-name, mainstream hotels have more contemporary, boutique spaces inside.
So, if you’re traveling with a group with different tastes, you can stay in one place and have completely different hotel experiences.
A great example is Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace.
Inside Mandalay Bay, there’s the Delano Las Vegas, which is replacing THEHotel—a 43-story tower with all-suite guest rooms.
In Miami, the Hotel Beaux Arts is located inside a JW Marriott Marquis.
It’s got the look and style of a boutique hotel with the amenities of a larger property.
Hilton has more than a dozen dual-branded hotels in the U.S.
So, for example, you can get the apartment-style studios and free meals in an extended-stay Homewood Suites, and still have access to the restaurant, spa, and pool of a more traditional Hilton Garden Inn.
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