Experience Historic Hotels of America
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Built in 1900 by famed hotelier Lucius Boomer, The Lenox combines luxury and extensive eco-friendly initiatives seamlessly. This beautifully constructed Beaux-Arts hotel, located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, features 214 lavishly appointed accommodations and neighborhood favorite dining establishments. The hotel’s commitment to its eco-friendly program has been recognized by countless publications, including Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. Book by September 7, 2015 to receive 20% off The Lenox’s Best Available Rate and complimentary Internet access through this exclusive offer. Book Now
Cultural Discoveries Across America
Adventure awaits as you set out to explore America’s rich cultural heritage. Discover New York’s scenic Hudson Valley by retreating to the Mohonk Mountain House (1869, pictured above), a designated National Historic Landmark perched on the banks of Lake Mohonk. Or visit the Hotel Monteleon (1886), the famed Beaux-Arts hotel situated in the heart of the French Quarter in New Orleans. Commonly referred to as the birthplace of jazz, this vibrant city is rich in history and has become the premier destination for music aficionados. Explore these cultural attractions and historic hotels.
Celebrate your upcoming nuptials against a storybook backdrop that only a historic hotel can provide. Destination weddings help create an unforgettable event for both you and your guests, from a stunning outdoor wedding on the private beach at Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort (1957) in Honolulu to a perfectly rustic, southern affair at Nottoway Plantation (1859, pictured above) in White Castle, Louisiana. Begin planning your wedding here.