PHOTO: Some hotels have found creative ways to cater to coffee lovers. (photo via Flickr/waferboard)
You can find an invigorating cup of coffee at just about any hotel, but the list of properties that have stepped up their efforts to appeal to die-hard coffee drinkers is much shorter.
Whether it's offering coffee-infused spa packages or bringing a hot cup of joe directly to your room, these hotels stand out and are sure to be a hit with coffee lovers.
Rosewood Washington, D.C.
This luxury hotel located in Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood recently partnered with local company Grace Street Coffee to host a weekly pop-up coffee shop.
Guests are also offered a specialty coffee cocktail and can receive a two-ounce pack of the latest Grace Street Coffee single origin roast to taste in their room.
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Guests staying at Seattle's Four Seasons Hotel don't have to worry about fetching a cup in the morning thanks to the hotel's specialized coffee concierge who brings free cups of the freshly brewed stuff to rooms between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. each day.
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The Tremont House
At The Tremont House in Galveston, Texas, guests can partake in a coffee happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The hotel's Brew Parlor is serving up cold-brew coffee drinks and cocktails concocted by Chef Stephanie Izard and mixologist Ivy Mix.
Finca Rosa Blanca
Costa Rica's Finca Rosa Blanca coffee plantation resort is the ideal accommodation for coffee lovers looking to immerse themselves in java. The resort offers in-depth tours of the farm where guests can learn how to roast beans and pick coffee berries with locals.
The spa at Finca Rosa Blanca also offers a special coffee-chocolate scrub treatment.
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Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii
The Fairmont Orchid in Hawaii is home to the Spa Without Walls where guests can schedule a Kona coffee facial scrub. The hotel can also arrange a tour of one of the Big Island's coffee plantations.
Le Meridien Versailles
Coffee lovers staying at Le Meridien Versailles in Montreal will fall in love as soon as they walk into the lobby. Known as the Hub, the space boasts a coffeehouse atmosphere and transforms into a cocktail bar at night serving up seasonal coffee-based drinks like the "Up All Night," which combines hibiscus-infused vodka, hazelnut liqueur and espresso.