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Celebrate at The Chanler at Cliff Walk
Steps from Easton’s Beach and among the iconic mansions of Newport, Rhode Island, The Chanler at Cliff Walk (1873) is perfect for celebratory getaways. An ideal location for weddings, this AAA Four-Diamond Hotel has opulent accommodations overlooking manicured gardens and magnificent ocean views. Celebrate any occasion with the Memorable Milestones package which includes daily full breakfasts at The Veranda for two, a three-course dinner for two at the award-winning Spiced Pear by Executive Chef Thomas Duffy, and in-room gifts, starting at $419 per night on weekdays. Discover Newport from The Chanler at Cliff Walk with eight special packages. Book Now.
From the Appalachian and the Blue Ridge Mountains to the beaches studded with palm trees, North and South Carolina are remarkable. Inhale the sweet scent of Carolina Jasmine in the Historic Garden District of Charleston, South Carolina and explore Fort Sumter National Monument from the Francis Marion Hotel (1924). See majestic views of Asheville, North Carolina and discover the Biltmore Estate only 10 minutes from The Omni Grove Park Inn (1913), the essence of the Arts and Crafts architectural movement. From the Pinehurst Resort (1895), explore the charming village of Pinehurst, North Carolina, designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark District. Discover the Carolinas from these 13 historic hotels, with over 30 special offers. Book Now.
Pure Michigan at the Grand Hotel
Step back in time at the Grand Hotel (1887) on Mackinac Island, where horse-drawn carriages are the preferred modes of transportation. Open from May 2 - October 26, the Grand Hotel is family-owned for three generations and designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark. Relax in a rocking chair on the longest porch in the world, bicycle around Mackinac Island, or play lawn games in the Tea Garden. Enjoy Mackinac Island with the Pure Michigan package available in May and June starting at $396 per room, per night on weekends with a minimum one night stay. The package includes daily five-course dinners and full breakfasts, a round of golf on The Jewel golf course, free admission to the Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, and discounts on ferry boat tickets. Book Now.