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4 fine hotels for foodies

The Saguaro hotel in Scottsdale, Ariz., houses Distrito, a restaurant that features the street food of Mexico City.

In one tasty trend, star chefs and top hoteliers are teaming up across the United States. Here are some places worth taking your taste buds:

Four Seasons Hotel, Baltimore
Stay here now: The year-round heated infinity pool has great views of the city’s harborfront.

Food cred: Two spots by Michael Mina (the café fries beignets to order) will open along with an outpost of L.A.’s Lamill Coffee.

The Saguaro, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Stay here now: Mexican architecture and desert wildflowers both helped inspire this total renovation of the former Hotel Theodore.

Food cred: Philadelphia star chef Jose Garces serves Mexican street food at Distrito and custom-roasts beans for the coffee bar.

Public, Chicago
Stay here now: Celeb hotelier Ian Schrager tones down his usual over-the-top style at his first Midwestern hotel.

Food cred: At night, the Pump Room restaurant becomes a 1930s-style supper club with small plates from superchef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

The NoMad, New York City
Stay here now: Opening in March, the NoMad is the first U.S. project from designer Jacques Garcia of Paris’ Hotel Costes.

Food cred: Eleven Madison Park chef Daniel Humm’s menu will focus on family-style dishes cooked over an open hearth.

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