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Best Thompson Hotels

Trendy is the name of Thompson's game; this chain of boutique hotels is known for its contemporary decor, classy restaurants and fashionable bars and lounges. Since 2001, Thompson Hotels has provided their guests — which the brand describes as "chic, urban [and] bohemian" — with high-end homes away from home across the U.S. and in Canada. In February 2012, Thompson opened its first hotel outside North America (the Belgraves London) and the company doesn't plan to stop there. After joining forces with fellow boutique brand, Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson is working under the Commune Hotels & Resorts banner to expand its reach into other parts of the world. Several Thompson properties appear on our Best Hotels in the USA and Best Hotels in Canada rankings lists; U.S. News-ranked Thompson properties are listed below.

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  • Hotel Class 4.0-star
  • Critic Rating Good
  • Guest Rating

The Thompson Chicago sits in the Near North Side neighborhood, one block back from Michigan Avenue near the Oak Street Beach and ... continue »

  • Hotel Class 4.0-star
  • Critic Rating Moderate
  • Guest Rating

With its ornate furnishings and contemporary artwork, this downtown New York City hotel ups the style ante in the sophisticated and swanky ... continue »

  • Hotel Class 4.0-star
  • Critic Rating Moderate
  • Guest Rating

Located in the Financial District on Manhattan's Lower East Side, this Thompson Group hotel offers an eclectic atmosphere found in all ... continue »

  • Hotel Class 4.0-star
  • Critic Rating Good
  • Guest Rating

With a yoga studio, skating rink, rooftop bar and lounge, infinity pool and private screening room, the Thompson Toronto makes for a ... continue »

  • Hotel Class 4.0-star
  • Critic Rating Good
  • Guest Rating

This Thompson property is perfectly placed and perfectly named: Here, the ambience exudes the old-school glamour that once made the surrounding neighborhood ... continue »

*Any unranked hotels have been sorted by hotel class and then alphabetically. More information can be found on our methodology page.