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Six Stylish Hotels You'd Never Guess Were Airport Hotels

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Hotel airports may be typically associated with bad carpets and the word "leatherette," but lately a small, yet ambitious, group of properties have proven that even those sleeping through a layover don't have to sacrifice style for the sake of convenience and affordability. And while boutique hotels haven't really cracked the airport code yet—save for, say, a charming inn in San Francisco and an aviation-inspired hotel in L.A.—mega-brands such as Aloft and Element (owned by W Hotels and the Westin, respectively) have been sweeping fresh, modern airport interiors—still cookie-cutter ones, of course, but given the alternative we'll take what we can get—across the globe. A look at six national standouts, above.

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