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10 Hotels That Look Like They're From the Game 'Clue'

10. The Greenbrier

10. The Greenbrier

Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Perhaps more brightly colored than the Gothic trappings of Mr. Boddy's estate, The Greenbrier is no less lavish. From houses on the estate to the resort rooms, the darkly-stained wood furniture and ornate walls and carpeting all call to mind the rich trappings of another era.

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9. The Plaza Hotel

9. The Plaza Hotel

New York City

The Plaza is one of the grandest, most storied hotels in New York City. It's been the setting of books and film from The Great Gatsby to North by Northwest to Home Alone 2, partially because it's become such a shorthand for the richness that New York has to offer visitors. From the tasteful-yet-opulent decor of its 282 rooms to the master mixologist running the Palm Court, the Plaza has a timeless luxury that anyone can appreciate.

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8. The Jefferson

8. The Jefferson

Richmond, Virginia

The Jefferson has been in Richmond since 1895 and has hosted 12 presidents in its day. While the amenities include loaned bicycles and a concierge service, odds are you'll be too busy staring slack-jawed at the carpet and chandeliers of the Empire Room to even notice. Still, it shouldn't be too hard to make it to Sunday Champagne Brunch, as the marble columns and stained glass of the rotunda that hosts it are even more impressive than the hotel's Grand Ballroom.

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7. Grand Hotel

7. Grand Hotel

Mackinac Island, Michigan

The Grand Hotel more than lives up to its name. This stately hotel was built in 1887 on Mackinac Island, between the Upper and Lower Peninsulas of Michigan. It's not only part of our Michigan bucket list, it's routinely listed among the greatest in the world. Designed by Dorothy Draper's protégé Carleton Varney, each of the 385 rooms is different. The phonograph was demonstrated for the first time on The Grand's porch, and Mark Twain made a point of stopping here as often as he could when his speaking tours brought him to the Midwest.

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6. The Point Resort

6. The Point Resort

Saranac Lake, New York

In nearly every surface aspect, the Point Resort looks more...rustic than the other hotels on this list. You could almost call it a log cabin if you were a deranged billionaire without a sense of perspective. The Point's management prefers the term "log mansions," by the way. This getaway was originally built by William Avery Rockefeller as a family retreat in the Adirondacks, and while there are plenty of places to go skiing and fishing, there might not be any quite as opulent as this resort.

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5. The Peabody

5. The Peabody

Memphis, Tennessee

The Peabody is perhaps most widely known for its permanent residents—the ducks who march daily from their penthouse home on the roof to the fountain in the lobby. But from the Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four-Diamond service to the majestic marble columns in the lobby, the old-school comfort and luxury of the Peabody command your attention, even if you only came for the waterfowl.

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4. The Biltmore

4. The Biltmore

Coral Gables, Florida

This enormous resort was built in 1926, and at the time, it was the tallest building in Florida. Of course, the Biltmore loves to talk about the golf and the spa, but if you really love the ornate, you'll find yourself drawn more towards the statuary around the pool, the smooth richness of the Cellar Club Bar, or the beautiful Granada Ballroom.

3. Chateau Marmont

3. Chateau Marmont

Los Angeles, California

Modeled after a Gothic chateau on the Loire River, Chateau Marmont has been a Los Angeles landmark for decades. From the rich wood tones and deep reds of Bar Marmont to the posh furniture—originally collected from Depression-era estate sales—this luxurious castle has drawn visitors from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Led Zeppelin.

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2. The Chanler at Cliff Walk

2. The Chanler at Cliff Walk

Newport, Rhode Island

The Chanler is equipped to deal with just about anyone's idea of opulence or good taste. This Forbes Four-Star hotel has rooms done up in every style imaginable, from "Federal" to "Renaissance" to "Louis XVI." Of course, to get that Clue vibe going, the "Gothic" room might be best. Some of the trappings may be a bit medieval, but you should find the detailed workmanship to be appropriately intricate.

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1. Hotel del Coronado

1. Hotel del Coronado

Coronado, California

The Del's exterior may be brightly-colored and Californian, but the resort—built in 1888is appropriately adorned inside. By the 1920s, Hotel del Coronado had already hosted four presidents and become a playground for the likes of Clark Gable and Mae West. Not many hotels offer walking tours or a live webcam, but then, not many hotels are Hotel del Coronado.

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