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Springtime in DC

The perfect time to visit – Visit The Smithsonian and one of its 19 museums, the White House, the National Mall, and the Lincoln Memorial. Select from 12 historic hotels including the legendary Willard InterContinental, Washington DC (1901), The Morrison-Clark Inn (1864), The Churchill (1906), The Henley Park Hotel (1918, pictured above), Phoenix Park Hotel (1922), The Jefferson, Washington, DC (1923), The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection (1925), The Fairfax at Embassy Row (1927), Hotel Lombardy (1929), Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington DC (1930), Capital Hilton (1943), Washington Hilton (1965)

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French Lick Springs Hotel (1845, pictured above)
French Lick, Indiana
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The Peabody Memphis (1869)
Memphis, Tennessee
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Family Time in San Antonio

Located just a few steps from the Alamo, the Crockett Hotel (1909, pictured above) exudes San Antonio’s flair for independence, romance and family fun. The hotel offers easy access to San Antonio's most celebrated attractions, including River Walk, a tree-lined oasis stretching 15 miles and featuring shops, restaurants, museums, and more. Adjacent to the Alamo, the original Menger Hotel (1859) was constructed on the site of Menger's brewery, the first brewery in Texas. This handsome hotel boasts original wrought-iron balconies, San Antonio’s largest heated swimming pool, a full-service spa and fitness room, one of the city's most respected restaurants, and many of its rooms overlook the Alamo, pool, or Alamo Plaza. Select from more than 20 special offers and packages at four historic hotels: Omni La Mansion del Rio, San Antonio (1852), The Menger Hotel (1859), The Crockett Hotel (1909), The Emily Morgan San Antonio - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel (1924)

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