A Great Gatsby-era beaut, this 1927 inn, with its Spanish Mission-inspired architecture, offers one of the most luxurious (and priciest) hostelries in any national park. There are a variety of elegantly appointed guestrooms and suites with a long list of premium amenities (fine linens, Keurig coffeemakers in each rooms, flat screen TVs); some have in-room spas and most offer swell views of the palm-laden property and surrounding mountains. The facilities are first-rate, too, and include two pools, basketball and tennis courts, massage room, and a sauna.