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The Magic of Charleston

Rising twelve stories above the Historic District, the Francis Marion Hotel (1924) offers spectacular views of Charleston's church steeples, antebellum mansions, and famous harbor, providing easy access to the wealth of Charleston's historic attractions. The Kings Courtyard Inn’s (1853) own history dates back to 1853, when it was known as the Blum Building; this bed and breakfast is the perfect place to immerse yourself in Charleston's rich history. Designated as a National Historic Landmark, the John Rutledge House Inn (1763, pictured above) is a living piece of history and a proud part of downtown Charleston. The inn incorporates two carriage houses plus the distinctive home.

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The Edgewater (1948, pictured above)
Madison, Wisconsin
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New Orleans, Louisiana
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Experience Southern California

The Hollywood Roosevelt (1927, pictured above) holds a coveted location along the legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles and is known for its restaurant, bars, and nightspots, including its nightly parties at the famed Tropicana pool and bar. dusitD2 hotel constance Pasadena (1926) is located on the historic Route 66 and world-renowned Tournament of Roses Parade route in the heart of Pasadena’s business and theater district; its unique location allows visitors to delight in unobstructed views of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains and the sparkling cityscape. Framed by its breathtaking Spanish Mission-style architecture, the AAA Four-Diamond Mission Inn Hotel & Spa (1876) in Riverside, California, has a rich history and classic elegance that exists in perfect balance with contemporary luxury and comfort.

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