Experience Historic Hotels of America
Art in the Mountains
Built in the Queen Anne Victorian style, the Green Park Inn (1891), the last of the Grand Manor Hotels of Western North Carolina, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nestled along the Blue Ridge National Parkway, dignitaries such as Eleanor Roosevelt, John D. Rockefeller, and Marilyn Monroe, have enjoyed the mountain breezes at the Green Park Inn. Bowling Rock is a center for art. Explore the various art galleries and museums and receive a 10% dining discount with the Art and History Package for as low as $83. Book Now.
Spectacular Sights at the Four Corners
Discover the only place in the United States where four states’ borders intersect: Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. Visit the Rocky Mountains while staying at The Broadmoor (1918), a AAA Five-Diamond Resort on 3,000 acres in Colorado Springs. Stroll through the Plaza in Santa Fe, the central part of the city for over 400 years, just steps from La Fonda (1922). Enjoy a stunning sunrise on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon at El Tovar Hotel, designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark. Explore the wonders of the four-corner states from these 19 historic hotels, with over 30 special offers. Book Now.
Luxury with an Ocean View
With magnificent ocean views, The Chanler at Cliff Walk (1873) is a romantic hideaway only steps from Easton's Beach and downtown Newport, Rhode Island. An ideal location for weddings, this AAA Four-Diamond Hotel boasts opulent accommodations overlooking manicured gardens and an award-winning restaurant, The Spiced Pear. Experience the New England Tasting Menu featuring New England ingredients by Executive Chef Thomas Duffy. Indulge with the Luxury As It Should Be package which includes a full breakfast, a Chef’s Table Dining Experience, two tickets to tour one of the iconic mansions of Newport, such as The Breakers, The Marble House, and more. Book Now.