Six Luxury Hotels That Coffee-Lovers Must Visit

The Grace Street Martini, a specialty coffee cocktail available at Rosewood, Washington D.C.

From pop-up coffee shops to coffee-inspired spa treatments, luxury hotels are catering to traveling caffeine fiends with exclusive amenities, perks and experiences. Several hotels are upping their on-property coffee offerings in different ways. Check out a few hotels that are accommodating travelers with a craving for caffeine: 

Rosewood Washington, D.C. 

The Rosewood recently partnered with Grace Street Coffee, a locally owned coffee company located within blocks of the Georgetown hotel. As a result, the hotel is hosting a weekly pop-up coffee shop in addition to a specialty coffee cocktail. In guest rooms, the Rosewood is offering an in-room amenity of a two.oz pack of the latest Grace Street Coffee single origin roast. 

Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii 

Guests at Fairmont Orchid in Koahla Coast, Hawaii can experience coffee in an atypical way at the hotel's Spa Without Walls. Guests can enjoy a Kona coffee facial scrub at the spa or tour one of the island's plantations with the help of the hotel staff. 

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Le Meridien Versailles, Montreal

In the Le Meridien lobby, the Hub—a coffeehouse atmosphere—allows guests to work, relax, and drink a cup of espresso. By night, the space becomes a cocktail bar where baristas create seasonal coffee-based drinks. In the past, the baristas crafted the Up All Night, a cocktail made of hibiscus-infused vodka, hazelnut liqueur and espresso. 

The Tremont House, Galveston 

The Tremont House boasts the Brew Parlor, a hotel hangout where guests can enjoy cold-brew coffee-based drinks and cocktails curated by Chef Stephanie Izard and mixologist Ivy Mix. 

Finca Rosa Blanca, Costa Rica 

For hardcore coffee enthusiasts, the Finca Rosa Blanca is a coffee plantation resort. Guests can take an in-depth tour of the coffee farm, learn how to roast beans and pick coffee berries with locals. At the hotel's spa, guests can enjoy the coffee-chocolate scrub treatment. 

Four Seasons, Seattle 

A specialized coffee concierge at the Four Seasons Seattle brings complimentary cups of hot coffee directly to rooms between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. everyday. 

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