Historic Hotels of America
Historic Hotels of America is a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that was founded in 1989 with 32 charter members; the programs accepts nominations and identifies hotels that have maintained their authenticity, sense of place, and architectural integrity. As of June 5, 2015, the program included over 260 members in 44 states, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
To be included in the program, a hotel must be at least 50 years old; designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark or listed on or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places; and recognized as having historic significance.
Its charter members include:
- Fairmont Copley Plaza (1912), Boston, Massachusetts
- Hotel duPont (1903), Wilmington, Delaware
- John Rutledge House (1763), Charleston, South Carolina
- Kings Courtyard Inn (1853), Charleston, South Carolina
- La Valencia Hotel (1926), La Jolla, California
- Moana Surfrider (1901), the first hotel in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Morrison-Clark Historic Inn (1864), Washington, D.C.
- Omni Bretton Arms Inn, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire (1896)
- Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire (1902)
- Strater Hotel (1887), Durango, Colorado
- The Admiral Hotel (1940), Mobile, Alabama
- The Bellevue Hotel (1904), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- The Broadmoor (1918), Colorado Springs, Colorado
- The Brown Hotel (1923), Louisville, Kentucky
- The Don CeSar (1928), St. Pete Beach, Florida
- The Menger Hotel (1859), San Antonio, Texas
- The Jefferson Hotel (1895), Richmond, Virginia
- The Martha Washington Inn & Spa (1832), Abingdon, Virginia
- The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection (1925), Washington, D.C., the oldest continuously operating hotel in D.C.
- The Omni Homestead Resort (1766), Hot Springs, Virginia
- The Red Lion Inn (1773), Stockbridge, Massachusetts
- Timberline Lodge (1937), Mount Hood, Oregon
- founding: The Admiral Hotel (1940), Mobile, Alabama
- Redmont Hotel (1925), Birmingham, Alabama
- Battle House Hotel (1852), Mobile, Alabama
- Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa (1847), Point Clear, Alabama
- Bright Angel Lodge & Cabins (1935), Grand Canyon, Arizona
- El Tovar Hotel (1905), Arizona
- Phantom Ranch (1922), Grand Canyon, Arizona
- The Wigwam (1929), Litchfield Park, Arizona
- Hotel San Carlos (1886), Phoenix, Arizona
- Royal Palms Resort and Spa (1948), Phoenix, Arizona
- Hassayampa Inn (1927), Prescott, Arizona
- Hotel Valley Ho (1956), Scottsdale, Arizona
- Tubac Golf Resort and Spa (1959), Tubac, Arizona
- Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort (1929), Tucson, Arizona
- The Hotel Congress (1919), Tucson, Arizona. Where John Dillinger was captured.
- White Stallion Ranch (1900), Tucson, Arizona. A dude ranch.
- 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa (1886), Eureka Springs, Arkansas
- Capital Hotel (1870), Little Rock, Arkansas
- founding: La Valencia Hotel (1926), La Jolla, California
- Sofia Hotel (1926), San Diego, California
- Omni La Costa Resort & Spa (1926), Carlsbad, California
- Mission Inn Hotel & Spa (1876), Riverside, California. A National Historic Landmark.
- Hotel Casa del Mar (1926), Santa Monica, California
- The Hollywood Roosevelt (1927), Los Angeles, California
- Hotel Constance Pasadena (1926), Pasadena, California
- Ojai Valley Inn (1923), Ojai, California
- The Inn at Death Valley (1927), California
- Stonepine Estate (1920), Carmel, California
- Hayes Mansion (1905), San Jose, California
- Claremont Club & Spa (1915), Berkeley, California (a Fairmont hotel).
- Berkeley City Club (1929), Berkeley, California, built as a women's club. Designed by Julia Morgan.
- Hotel Whitcomb (1916), San Francisco, California
- Palace Hotel (1875), San Francisco, California
- Omni San Francisco Hotel (1926–27), San Francisco, California, was built as the Finance Center Building, "designed by architect Frederick H. Meyer in collaboration with Albin R. Johnson"
- Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel (1926), San Francisco, California
- The Huntington Hotel (1924), San Francisco, California
- Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square (1893), San Francisco, California. Includes NRHP-listed clocktower.
- Inn at the Presidio (1903), San Francisco, California, originally Pershing Hall Bachelor Officers’ Quarters.
- The Lodge at the Presidio (1894), San Francisco, California
- Cavallo Point (1903), Marin County, California
- Hotel del Coronado (1888), Coronado, California
- Napa River Inn (1884), Napa, California
- Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa (1927), Sonoma, California
- Hotel La Rose (1907), Santa Rosa, California
- The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco (1907)
- Benbow Inn (1926), Garberville, California
- founding: Strater Hotel (1887), Durango, Colorado
- founding: The Broadmoor (1918), Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Hotel Boulderado (1909), Boulder, Colorado
- The Cliff House at Pikes Peak (1874), Manitou Springs, Colorado
- The Spa at Norwich Inn (1929), Norwich, Connecticut. Colonial Revival.
- Water's Edge Resort and Spa (1920s), Westbrook, Connecticut. "Originating from the vision of humanitarian Bill Hahn, the resort has jovial beginnings."
- founding: Hotel duPont (1903), Wilmington, Delaware, within DuPont Building
- The Inn at Montchanin Village (1799), Montchanin, Delaware, which is distributed through 11 buildings.
- founding: The Don CeSar (1928), St. Pete Beach, Florida. Ten-story hotel on St. Pete Beach. Moorish Revival.
- Belleview Inn (1897), Belleair, Florida. Built for Henry Plant.
- The Gasparilla Inn & Club (1913), Boca Grande, Florida. Classic Revival.
- Colony Hotel & Cabana Club (1926) Delray Beach, Florida, Spanish Colonial Revival
- Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant (1925), Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Spanish Colonial Revival.
- La Concha Hotel & Spa (1926), Key West, Florida. Colonial Revival.
- The Terrace Hotel (1924), Lakeland, Florida. Renaissance Revival.
- Casa Faena (1928), Miami Beach, Florida.
- Greystone Miami Beach (1939), Miami Beach, Florida. Designed by Henry Hohauser. Art Deco.
- The National Hotel (1940), Miami Beach, Florida. Art Deco, designed by Roy France.
- Casa Monica Resort & Spa (1888), St. Augustine, Florida. Moorish Revival.
- The Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club (1925), St. Petersburg, Florida, overlooking Tampa Bay. Mediterranean Revival.
- The Lodge at Wakulla Springs (1937), Wakulla Springs, Florida. Built in 1937 by industrialist Edward Ball.
- The Candler Hotel Atlanta, Curio Collection by Hilton (1904), Atlanta, Georgia
- Georgian Terrace Hotel (1911), Atlanta, Georgia. Gone With The Wind-related, in Fox Theatre Historic District.
- The Partridge Inn (1910), Augusta, Georgia.
- Greyfield Inn (1900), Cumberland Island, Georgia.
- Jekyll Island Club Resort (1887), Jekyll Island, Georgia.
- River Street Inn (1817), Savannah, Georgia. In former cotton warehouse buildings.
- The King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort (1935), St. Simons Island, Georgia.
- The DeSoto (1890), Savannah, Georgia. This is a 1968 replacement to a historic hotel that was built in 1890, demolished in 1965 or so. It is located in Savannah Historic District.
- Grand Naniloa Hotel (1939), Hilo, Hawaii
- Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Kohala Coast, Hawaii
- Hilton Hawaiian Village/Waikiki Beach Resort (1957), Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
- The Royal Hawaiian (1927), Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
- Pioneer Inn (1901), Maui, Hawaii
- Moana Surfrider (1901), the first hotel on Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii. One of the founding hotels.
- Hilton Chicago (1927), Chicago, Illinois. Beaux Arts.
- InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, Chicago, Illinois. Built "in 1929 as the Medinah Athletic Club, a luxury men's club for members of the Shrine organization." Art Deco.
- LondonHouse Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Or LondonHouse Chicago, Curio Collection by Hilton. Beaux Arts.
- Palmer House, A Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. Remodeled in 2004. Beaux Arts
- The Drake Hotel (1920), Chicago, Illinois. Italian Renaissance.
- The Silversmith Hotel (1896), Chicago, Illinois. Arts & Crafts.
- The Sherman, Batesville, Indiana. "in the heart of historic downtown Batesville, a convenient midway meeting point between Indianapolis and Cincinnati, The Sherman is a well-loved locale for the people of the town and an important Indiana landmark." Tudor Style.
- French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick, Indiana, at Pluto Mineral Springs. Beaux Arts.
- Omni Severin Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. Beaux Arts.
- Morris Inn at Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana. Gothic Revival.
- West Baden Springs Hotel, West Baden Springs, Indiana. "is the crown jewel of French Lick Resort's $500 million restoration." It is a National Historic Landmark.
- Boone Tavern Hotel of Berea College (1909), Berea, Kentucky
- 21c Museum Hotel Lexington by MGallery (1914), Lexington, Kentucky, Beaux Arts
- The Campbell House Curio, A Collection by Hilton (1951), Lexington, Kentucky
- The Sire Hotel Lexington, Tapestry Collection by Hilton (1916), Lexington, Kentucky. The Sire Hotel Lexington "on site of the former Gratz Park Inn, which is part of Lexington’s beautiful Gratz Park Historic District. The location was originally the home of a family medical practice called the Lexington Clinic."
- 21c Museum Hotel Louisville by MGallery (1800s), Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporates Falls City Tobacco Bank.
- The Brown Hotel (1923), Louisville, Kentucky
- The Seelbach Hilton Louisville (1905), Louisville, Kentucky, in Beaux Arts style
- Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center (1927), Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Southern Hotel (1907), Covington, Louisiana, included in the Division of St. John Historic District
- Bienville House (1835), New Orleans, Louisiana, converted into a hotel in 1967.
- Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue (1926), New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Hotel Monteleone (1886), New Orleans, Louisiana
- Le Pavillon Hotel (1907), New Orleans, Louisiana, an early skyscraper
- NOPSI New Orleans (1927), New Orleans, Louisiana, in Chicago School style. It is a Salamander Hotel.
- Omni Royal Orleans (1843), New Orleans, Louisiana, previously known as The City Exchange, as St. Louis Hotel, and as St. Louis Exchange.
- Nottoway Plantation and Resort (1859), White Castle, Louisiana, whose original mansion is claimed to be the largest surviving antebellum plantation mansion
- The Colony Hotel (1914), Kennebunkport, Maine, also known as "The Colony", included in Cape Arundel Summer Colony Historic District.
- Portland Regency Hotel & Spa (1895), Portland, Maine.
Formerly a HHA member:
- The Westin Portland Harborview, originally "The Eastland", Portland, Maine. Refused to let Eleanor Roosevelt stay there.
- Historic Inns of Annapolis (1727), Annapolis, Maryland. Colonial Revival.
- Hotel Brexton (1881), Baltimore, Maryland. Queen Anne.
- Lord Baltimore Hotel (1928), Baltimore, Maryland. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Beaux Arts.
- Inn at Perry Cabin (1816), St. Michaels, Maryland. designed by Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s aide-de-camp, Samuel Hambleton. Greek Revival.
- Antrim 1844 (1844), Taneytown, Maryland. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
- Inn on Boltwood (1926), Amherst, Massachusetts. Colonial - Colonial Revival.
- Founding: Fairmont Copley Plaza (1912), Boston, Massachusetts. Designed by Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. Renaissance Revival.
- Hilton Boston Downtown/Faneuil Hall (1928), Boston, Massachusetts. Asserted to be "Boston's first Art Deco skyscraper".
- Omni Parker House, Boston (1855), Boston, Massachusetts. Classic Revival.
- XV Beacon (1903), Boston, Massachusetts. Beaux Arts.
- The Kendall Hotel (1895), Cambridge, Massachusetts. In Victorian firehouse asserted to be the oldest building in the Kendall Square area.
- Concord's Colonial Inn (1716), Concord, Massachusetts. Federal.
- Harbor View Hotel of Martha's Vineyard (1891), Edgartown, Massachusetts. Shingle Style.
- Crowne Pointe Historic Inn (1900), Provincetown, Massachusetts. Victorian.
- Hawthorne Hotel (1925), Salem, Massachusetts. Colonial Revival.
- Founding: The Red Lion Inn (1773), Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Federal.
- Publick House Historic Inn (1771), Sturbridge, Massachusetts.
- DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Detroit Downtown - Fort Shelby (1917), Detroit, Michigan
- The Inn on Ferry Street, Detroit, Michigan, in East Ferry Avenue Historic District
- Amway Grand Plaza, Curio Collection by Hilton (1913), Grand Rapids, Michigan, originally the Pantlind Hotel
- Grand Hotel (1887), Mackinac Island, Michigan
- Island House Hotel (1887), Mackinac Island, Michigan
- Hilton President Kansas City (1926), Kansas City, Missouri
- Hotel Phillips Kansas City (1931), Kansas City, Missouri
- The Raphael Hotel (1928), Kansas City, Missouri
- St. Louis Union Station Hotel (1894), St. Louis, Missouri, in Union Station (St. Louis)
- Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch (1888), St. Louis, Missouri, was the Merchant Laclede National Bank
- The Redick Tower was formerly an HHA member.
- The Bedford Village Inn, Bedford, New Hampshire. Colonial Revival.
- Founding: Omni Bretton Arms Inn, Bretton Woods (1896), Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. "44-nation Bretton Woods Monetary Conference in 1944." Queen Anne.
- Founding: Omni Mount Washington Hotel, Bretton Woods (1902), Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. "was the setting for the historic Bretton Woods Monetary Conference in 1944." Renaissance Revival.
- Hanover Inn Dartmouth (1780?), Hanover, New Hampshire. On site of home of General Ebenezer Brewster. Colonial Revival.
- Eagle Mountain House, Jackson, New Hampshire. Colonial Revival.
- Wentworth by the Sea (1874), New Castle, New Hampshire. Second Empire.
- Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa, Whitefield, New Hampshire
- Plaza Hotel 1982 (1882), Las Vegas, New Mexico
- Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza (1625), Santa Fe, New Mexico
- La Fonda (1922), Santa Fe, New Mexico
- La Posada de Santa Fe (1882), Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Caribbean Motel (1957), Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. " in the New Jersey beach resort community of The Wildwoods--home to the largest surviving collection of mid-20th century commercial beach resort architecture in North America."
- Bear Mountain Inn, Bear Mountain, New York.
- The Otesaga Hotel and Cooper Inn, Cooperstown, New York. Colonial Revival.
- The Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls, New York. Overlooking City Park on Ridge Street. Colonial Revival.
- Oheka Castle, Huntington, New York. Renaissance Revival.
- Mohonk Mountain House (1869), New Paltz, New York. Victorian.
- AKA Sutton Place, New York, New York. Art Deco.
- AKA Times Square, New York, New York. Romanesque Revival.
- AKA Wall Street, New York, New York. Beaux Arts.
- JW Marriott Essex House, New York, New York. Art Deco.
- Omni Berkshire Place, New York City (1926), New York, New York. "Warren & Wetmore built this historic landmark hotel in 1926. The Berkshire Hotel was purchased in May 1978 by the Dunfey Hotels Corporation, which included the Omni Hotels and Dunfey Hotels groups. The property received a $9.5 million face-lift in 1979." Classic Revival.
- Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton, New York, New York. "Designed by Henry Hardenbergh, who also designed the Waldorf Astoria, the Plaza Hotel, and the Dakota Apartments on Central Park." Beaux Arts.
- The Plaza, New York, New York. Beaux Arts.
- The Redbury New York, New York, New York. Renaissance Revival.
- The Renwick Hotel New York City, Curio Collection by Hilton, New York, New York. Renaissance Revival.
- Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn (1766), Rhinebeck, New York.
- Hotel Saranac, Curio Collection by Hilton, Saranac Lake, New York. Colonial Revival.
- Hotel Skyler Syracuse, Tapestry Collection by Hilton (1921), Syracuse, New York. Occupied by the Temple Adath Yeshurun for more than 50 years, later housed the Salt City Theatre Group. Now asserted to be "the third hotel in the United States and the first in Syracuse to be certified LEED Platinum." Georgian Revival.
- Jefferson Clinton Hotel (1927), Syracuse, New York. Beaux Arts.
- Marriott Syracuse Downtown (1924), Syracuse, New York. Originally the Hotel Syracuse, reopened in 2016 as Marriott Syracuse Downtown. Renaissance Revival.
- Castle Hotel & Spa, Tarrytown, New York. Gothic Revival.
- Hotel Utica (1912), Utica, New York. "Opened as Hotel Utica in 1912, it was the premier hotel in Central New York."
- The Sagamore, Bolton Landing, New York
- Haywood Park Hotel (1923), Asheville, North Carolina. Located in a former department store building. Classic Revival.
- The Omni Grove Park Inn (1913), Asheville, North Carolina; Arts & Crafts, with red clay tile roof and original Roycroft furnishings and fixtures.
- Mast Farm Inn (1792), Banner Elk, North Carolina "an award-winning and world renowned historic country inn and restaurant" in the Valle Crucis Historic District, "which has been welcoming guests since the 1800s." Colonial Revival.
- Green Park Inn (1891), Blowing Rock, North Carolina; Queen Anne Victorian style
- The Dunhill Hotel (1929), Charlotte, North Carolina.
- 21c Museum Hotel Durham by MGallery (1937), Durham, North Carolina. Art Deco. Also known as Hotel Durham, it is located in the former Durham Bank & Trust Company building.
- Pinehurst Resort (1895), Pinehurst, North Carolina. Includes 3 hotels, in a National Historic Landmark District.
- The Graylyn Estate (1932), Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- Inn at Price Tower (1956), Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in the Price Tower designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
- 21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City by MGallery (1916), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, NRHP-listed, in Albert Kahn-designed Oklahoma City Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant
- The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City (1911), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, NRHP-listed as Skirvin Hotel
- The Atherton Hotel at Oklahoma State University (1950), Stillwater, Oklahoma, originally the "Union Club"
- Tulsa Club Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton (1927), Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Ashland Springs Hotel, Ashland, Oregon
- Crater Lake Lodge, White City, Oregon
- The Heathman Hotel (1927), Portland, Oregon
- Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown (1912), Portland, Oregon, originally the Multnomah Hotel.
- Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa (1806), Bedford, Pennsylvania. Eclectic.
- Historic Hotel Bethlehem (1922), Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Beaux Arts.
- The Sayre Mansion (1858), Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Gothic Revival.
- The Lodge at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort (1968), Farmington, Pennsylvania. Located "at the center of the world-famous Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, it was once the peaceful hunting lodge of the Pittsburgh industrial titan, Willard F. Rockwell. Constructed in 1968, its immense popularity among his loved ones inspired Rockwell to turn the building into a vacation spot open to the public." Tudor Revival.
- Gettysburg Hotel, Est.1797 (1797), Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Beaux Arts.
- Ledges Hotel (1890), Hawley, Pennsylvania. Originally the John S. O'Connor Glass Factory. Federal.
- Silver Birches (hotel) (1929), Hawley, Pennsylvania. In 13 historic structures on shoreline of Lake Wallenpaupack. Includes Colonial Revival architecture.
- The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park (1927), Hawley, Pennsylvania. Has Arts & Crafts furniture. Tudor Revival.
- The Hotel Hershey (1933), Hershey, Pennsylvania. Implemented idiosyncratic vision of Milton S. Hershey. Spanish Colonial Revival.
- Cork Factory Hotel (1865), Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Eclectic.
- Lancaster Arts Hotel (1881), Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Eclectic.
- The Inn at Leola Village, Est. 1867 (1867), Leola, Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania Dutch Country near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Includes "five restored agricultural structures including two 19th-century farmhouses and a tobacco barn," three holding guest rooms.
- AKA Rittenhouse Square (1912), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Beaux Arts.
- The Bellevue Hotel (1904), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Renovated in 2016. Renaissance Revival.
- Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh, Curio Collection by Hilton (1924), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally served as the headquarters for the Salvation Army’s Western Pennsylvania Division.
- Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh (1916), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Classic Revival.
- Skytop Lodge (1928), Skytop, Pennsylvania. Colonial Revival.
- The Nittany Lion Inn of the Pennsylvania State University (1931), State College, Pennsylvania. Colonial Revival.
- Penn Wells Hotel (1869), Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. Adjacent to associated Art Deco-style Arcadia Theatre. Victorian.
- Hotel Warner (1930), West Chester, Pennsylvania, also known as the Warner Theater. NRHP-listed in 1979 as a theater; converted into a hotel in 2012.
- Newport Beach Hotel & Suites (1940), Middletown, Rhode Island. "formerly known as the Inn at Newport Beach.) A massive hurricane in 1938 wiped out the town’s numerous beach establishments. Two years later, after the sand settled, the Toppa family decided to build a new inn on the beach, positioning the property 100 feet from the rocks and the ocean’s crashing waves." Colonial Revival.
- The Hotel Viking (1926), Newport, Rhode Island. "the most recent multi-million dollar renovation finished in 2007". Viking Hotel.
- Francis Marion Hotel (1924), Charleston, South Carolina
- founding: John Rutledge House Inn (1763), Charleston, South Carolina
- founding: Kings Courtyard Inn (1853), Charleston, South Carolina
- The Dewberry (1964–65), Charleston, South Carolina. Mid-century modern building, originally the L. Mendel Rivers Federal Building, in the Charleston Historic District.
- Wentworth Mansion (1886), Charleston, South Carolina, Second Empire in style, in the Charleston Historic District.
- The Westin Poinsett (1925), Greenville, South Carolina
- Hotel Alex Johnson (1928), Rapid City, South Dakota
- Hotel on Phillips (1917), Sioux Falls, South Dakota
- The Peabody Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee
- General Morgan Inn & Conference Center (1884), Greeneville, Tennessee. Originally the Grand Hotel, later the Hotel Brumley. John Hunt Morgan was shot and fell here. Included in Greenville Historic District.
- 21c Museum Hotel Nashville by MGallery (1895) in NRHP-listed Second Avenue Commercial District.
- Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection, Nashville, Tennessee. Within Union Station (Nashville), a former National Historic Landmark.
- Hermitage Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee. Claimed to be "the only remaining grand hotel in Nashville and the only commercial Beaux Arts structure in the state."
- founding: Menger Hotel (1859), San Antonio, Texas
- Hotel Settles, Big Spring, Texas
- The Stagecoach Inn (1852), Salado, Texas
- The Ashton Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas
- Hilton Fort Worth (1921), Fort Worth, Texas. Originally Hotel Texas.
- The Statler, Dallas, Texas
- The Sam Houston Hotel, Houston, Texas
- The Whitehall, Houston, Texas
- Omni La Mansion Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas
- The Crockett Hotel (1909), San Antonio, Texas
- Emily Morgan San Antonio - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel (1924), San Antonio, Texas
- Zion Lodge (1924), Springdale, Utah, designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, located in Zion National Park
- Castle Hill Resort and Spa, Cavendish, Vermont.
- The Middlebury Inn (1827?), Middlebury, Vermont. Begun as the Vermont Hotel, a brick "public house" opened by Nathan Wood in 1827. Federal.
- Basin Harbor, Vergennes, Vermont. On Lake Champlain. Eclectic.
- Woodstock Inn & Resort, Woodstock, Vermont.
- Founding: The Omni Homestead Resort (1766), Hot Springs, Virginia, formerly The Homestead.
- Founding: The Martha Washington Hotel & Spa (1832), Abingdon, Virginia. Martha Washington Inn.
- Boar's Head Resort (1834), Charlottesville, Virginia.
- The Georges (1789), Lexington, Virginia in the Lexington Historic District
- The Mimslyn Inn (1931), Luray, Virginia. Georgian Revival architecture. Included in Luray Downtown Historic District.
- The Virginian Lynchburg, Curio Collection by Hilton (1913), Lynchburg, Virginia.
- Inn at Willow Grove (1778), Orange, Virginia.
- Founding: The Jefferson Hotel (1895), Richmond, Virginia
- The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Curio - A Collection by Hilton (1882), Roanoke, Virginia. Hotel Roanoke, NRHP-listed.
- Blackburn Inn (1828), Staunton, Virginia, built as Western State Hospital (Staunton, Virginia)
- Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center (1924), Staunton, Virginia Stonewall Jackson Hotel
- The Cavalier Virginia Beach, Autograph Collection (1927), Virginia Beach, Virginia. Cavalier Hotel.
- Airlie (1899), Warrenton, Virginia. Also known as Airlie Conference Center, partly in original post office.
- Williamsburg Inn (1937), Williamsburg, Virginia
- Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection, and Colonial Houses (1750), Williamsburg, Virginia
- Mayflower Park Hotel (1927), Seattle, Washington.
- Fairmont Olympic Hotel (1924), Seattle, Washington. Originally the Olympic Hotel.
- The American Club (1918), Kohler, Wisconsin. Walter J. Kohler Sr. founded it. Tudor-style.
- The Edgewater (1948), Madison, Wisconsin. Art Deco.
- Hilton Milwaukee City Center (1928), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, built as the Schroeder Hotel
- The Pfister Hotel (1893), Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Romanesque Revival
- Old Faithful Inn (1904), Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. A National Historic Landmark.
- Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins (1891), Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
- Sheridan Inn (1892), Sheridan, Wyoming
- Alpenhof Lodge (1965), Teton Village, Wyoming
- The Wort Hotel (1941), Jackson, Wyoming
- founding: Morrison-Clark Historic Inn (1864), Washington, D.C.
- founding: The Mayflower Hotel (1925)
- Capital Hilton (1943), Washington, D.C.
- Georgetown Inn (1962), Washington, D.C.
- Hotel Lombardy (1929), Washington, D.C., converted to a hotel in 1994
- Omni Shoreham Hotel (1930), Washington D.C.
- Phoenix Park Hotel (1922), Washington, D.C.
- Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square (1925), Washington, D.C., originally designed in Art Deco architecture by Mihran Mesrobian
- The Churchill (1906). Beaux Arts architecture, originally a luxury apartment building.
- The Fairfax at Embassy Row (1927), Washington, D.C.
- The Graham Georgetown, Tapestry Collection by Hilton (1962), Washington, D.C.
- The Henley Park Hotel (1918), Washington, D.C.
- The Willard InterContinental, Washington DC. Beaux Arts architecture.
- Washington Hilton (1965), Washington, D.C.
- Caribe Hilton (1949), San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Condado Vanderbilt Hotel (1919), San Juan, Puerto Rico
- El Convento Hotel (1651), San Juan, Puerto Rico, Spanish Colonial architecture
- The Condado Plaza Hilton (1963), San Juan, Puerto Rico, International style
U.S. Virgin Islands
- The Buccaneer (1653), Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands
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- The Savannah Historic District is one of the nation's largest historic landmark districts. The historic district was designated by the NRHP in November 1966; the original DeSoto is not specifically mentioned in the NRHP nomination form.
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