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Culinary Classics at Historic Hotels
Awaken the senses and taste the culinary delights offered at Historic Hotels of America member hotels. In Washington, DC guests can savor the famous banana nut bread at The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection (1925, pictured above) or head to Boston to enjoy the Boston Cream Pie, a timeless dessert first created at the Omni Parker House (1855).
Guests wishing to enjoy a little sun, sand, and surf can enjoy a refreshing Piña Colada at Caribe Hilton (1949), where the popular drink was originally invented. Or they can enjoy the sights of Waikiki Beach while lounging at the famous Mai Tai Bar at The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Reosrt (1927), home of the original Shirley Temple.
Soak Up the Last Days of Summer & Save up to 40%
Make the most of the remaining summer days during our Last Days of Summer Travel Sale and save up to 40% off through Friday, August 26.
Participating historic hotels are offering special discounts during this incredible sale, including the luxurious Loews Don CeSar Hotel (1928, pictured above), the Bienville House (1835) in New Orleans, the stunning Mission Inn Hotel & Spa (1876) in California, and The Edgewater in Madison.
Be sure not to miss this limited-time opportunity to save and soak up the last few days of summer with Historic Hotels of America. Rates starting from $99 per night.
Staying Cool in San Francisco
San Francisco is a beautiful, dynamic city that keeps visitors coming back again and again. Its hilly streets, with their famed rambling cable cars, are brimming with incredible restaurants and nightlife, countless shopping boutiques, and numerous cultural attractions. Our historic hotel members, located throughout and around the city, provide amble opportunities to discover California's City by the Bay.
Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square (1893) is located in the iconic Ghirardelli Square along waterfront while Hotel Whitcomb (1916), InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel (1926), and Omni San Francisco (1926) are located in the heart of downtown, near many of the city's key attractions. The Inn at the Presidio (1904) and Cavallo Point (1901, pictured above) both offer breathtaking vistas overlooking the world famous Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay. For those wishing to explore the city and the surrounding area, then The Berkeley City Club (1930) in Berkeley, California is the perfect spot to begin discovering the area. Select from ten historic hotels in the San Francisco area to begin planning your next trip.