Winter

  • No. 1 Coziest City: Boston

    With bitter-cold temperatures plaguing much of the country, we’re a little concerned that publishing this article might start a mass exodus. Chances are, however, you’ll be just as surprised as we…   Read the Blog

  • No. 1 Coziest City: Boston

    You'd think the cities with the warmest climates would be at the top of the list, but when you factor in usage of fireplaces and heaters, plus walkability and historical ambiance, it's a whole new…   See the Gallery

  • No. 4 Coziest City: Washington DC

    This time of year, D.C residents would probably argue with you on this point, but when you consider fireplace and portable heaters usage, access to parks, overall walkability to…   See the Image

  • No. 6 Coziest City: Seattle

    Seattle residents know all the tricks for staying warm and cozy inside, which makes rain and cloud coverage relatively irrelevant.   See the Image

  • No. 10 Coziest City: Savannah

    Warm southern hospitality, as well as a war, climate, high walkability and a significant historic factor all up Savannah's cozy quotient.    See the Image

  • No. 3 Coziest City: Santa Fe

    Finally a Southwestern city makes Honeywell Heaters' list, although yes, Santa Fe does get it's share of snow in the wintertime.   See the Image

  • No. 2 Coziest City: San Francisco

    Okay, so the winds whip you so hard and the fog is so damp that on some days that you might forget you're in California, but San Francisco ranks high on Honeywell Heaters' cozy list when you…   See the Image

  • No. 8 Coziest City: Providence

    We know, right? But remember the study took into consideration use of fireplaces and portable heaters, plus access to parks, overall walkability to restaurants and…   See the Image

  • No. 5 Coziest City: Portland

    Neither rain nor snow can keep Portland, Ore.m off Honeywell Heaters' list of the Top 10 Coziest Cities in America.   See the Image

  • No. 9 Coziest City: New Orleans

    Now we're talking going beyond cozy, and moving into hot and steamy territory, both inside and out.   See the Image