What is it: This impeccable 91-room hotel doubles as a public art museum, and that’s not even our favorite part (we’ll get there). This is the first 21C Museum as part of it’s ever-expanding franchise, and it may be one of the best. Explore the current vibrant exhibition Fallen Fruit: The Practices of Everyday Life, which takes over the walls of the hotel’s outstanding restaurant Proof on Main. After a delicious dinner, grab a cocktail from the bar and tour the rest of the gallery.
Why go: If spending a night inside a hippie den that feels as if you’re slumbering inside of a kaleidoscope piques your interest, you’d be hardpressed not to spend a night in the Asleep in the Cyclone room. The room itself is a piece of art created by two psychedelic visionaries: Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe. The western textiles, wood-paneled walls, plush carpeting, vintage record player (with throwback LPS to play) and the multi-colored ceiling makes your slumber a surreal and heady experience you won’t soon forget. (21cmuseumhotels.com)