New York, New York
for its in-house art collection (more than 500 works are displayed in the guest
rooms and common areas), the Chambers is similarly famous for the culinary
artistry whipped up by its resident chef, David Chang. Má Pêche, on the ground
floor of the hotel, is the only midtown outpost of Chang’s Manhattan restaurant
empire. Order a plate of steamed buns—filled either with lobster; maitake mushrooms and chicarrón (pork rinds); or black-bass tartare and gooseberries—and you’ll understand why Chang’s wizardry has won multiple
James Beard awards in recent years. Rooms, from $325; 212-974-5656; chambershotel.com.