Check Out Some Picturesque Outdoor Fire Pit Locations Just in Time for The Colder Seasons

 

There’s just something magical about this time of year and getting cozy around an open fire with a drink in your hand and a blanket on your knees, enjoying the beauty of the colder weather. We have rounded up some of the best hotels that offer that extra bit of ambience and feature an outdoor fire pit. With more and more hotels adding this cozy, statement accessory there’s no shortage of places for you to try out this season with your family and friends.

Charmaine’s at San Francisco Proper Hotel | San Francisco, CA

Located 120 feet above the iconic Market Street in the Mid-Market neighborhood, Charmaine’s at San Francisco Proper Hotel offers a series of intimate seating areas surrounded by individual fire pits. From the colorful, unexpected and refined European-influenced design, to the uniquely curated cocktails by BVHospitality cocktail masters Josh Harris and Morgan Schick created to be intricately tied to San Francisco. Charmaine’s is an ode to the city it calls home. In addition to the individual fire pits found throughout the space, an oversized fire pit and expanded living area sit at the apex of the flatiron rooftop making this the perfect place to cozy up and enjoy dynamic views of downtown.

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Tii Gavo Restaurant at Enchantment Resort | Sedona, AZ

Nestled in the breathtaking red rocks of Sedona’s Boynton Canyon, the sprawling fire pit on the outdoor terrace of Enchantment Resort’s, Tii Gavo restaurant, is the perfect place to gather at dusk for a cozy and picturesque evening. Guests and locals alike can enjoy access to Tii Gavo’s menu of regionally-inspired Southwestern fare and the largest selection of handcrafted margaritas in the Verde Valley, all while relaxing under the stars.

Hotel Vermont |Burlington, VT

Locally inspired and independently owned, Hotel Vermont embodies a truly balanced ‘Vermont experience.’ With rustic and modern touches, the hotel guests are captivated by the hotel ambiance, complete with a fire pit on the terrace. Sit back and relax while the fire burns with views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. Sip on the hotel’s private label vodka and gin, and newly released single barrel whiskey made in partnership with SILO Distillery.

Kimpton Taconic | Manchester, VT

A charming 87-room boutique hotel located in the postcard-perfect village of Manchester. Kimpton Taconic embraces all things Vermont. Complete with an outdoor fire pit for getting cozy during all seasons, Taconic feels like your own backyard. Wrap up in Johnson Woolen Mills plaid blankets, sip on local craft beer and enjoy the mountain vibes. Get to know other guests during daily wine hour or congregate around the fire with the family during this holiday season.


Sea Island | Georgia

You don’t have to be in a cold-weather destination to cozy up to a crackling fire on the lawn at the luxurious 40-room Lodge at Sea Island. While the sun sets over the ocean, guests can curl up in one of the Adirondack chairs in front of the bonfire while the resident bagpiper eases everyone into relaxation with sweet sounds. Guests can kick the fire up a notch with upscale s’more kits featuring all the classic treats, plus a few more surprises.


Asbury Hotel | Asbury Park, NJ

The 110-room Asbury Hotel serves as a cozy home base for travelers to the hippest off-season Jersey shore town of Asbury Park. Their fire pit lounge overlooks “The Rink” for on-site ice skating and is set next to the food truck and bar serving up delicious winter cocktails including hot mulled wine. A once-abandoned Salvation Army building, The Asbury is a mash up of Victorian-era history and rock-n-roll present, featuring eight original public spaces — from The Pit, a giant, sunlit living room with huge sofas, board games, and well-stocked bookshelves to the lobby bar Soundbooth, which offers a massive collection of vintage vinyl LPs and cassettes on public display as a tip of the hat to Asbury Park’s rocker DNA.

We can’t wait to get wrapped up and enjoy fall and the winter season this year. There is something festive in the magic of being outdoors and this article makes us super excited to begin the holiday season.

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