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Like any hotel in just about any city, Hutton Hotel’s prices depend on the time of year and type of room you choose. Depending on whether you’re visiting in January or September, you can expect to pay quite a different rate at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel. The same goes for whether you’re looking for a basic room or perhaps want to upgrade to one of the cardio rooms — complete with your own elliptical machine.
Deluxe rooms — with a king bed, queen bed or two queen beds — run anywhere from $199 in January to as much as $349 in the fall and into December. These chic rooms are more than enough to get you through your stay; the beds are cloudlike and you can catch your favorite shows on the LCD TV.
A step up from the deluxe, but not quite a suite, are the cardio and sensory rooms. Both are complete with king beds and appeal to a certain set of travelers. As you may have guessed from the name, the cardio room is geared toward the active guest who may not want to venture down to the gym to get in a morning workout. The sensory room is for the traveler looking to relax; the alcove where the elliptical machine is in the cardio room acts as a sitting area with a wall-mounted TV. Both rooms hover around the same price point. In January, you can expect to shell out as little as $229, while fall brings rates up to $379.
If you crave a little more space, we suggest the king suite. It’s a delightful one-bedroom suite, complete with a separate living area that features a pullout sofa. In January, rates can be as low as $249, while autumn hikes the price up to around $399.