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Spectacular Spring Savings Sale
Enjoy extraordinary savings this spring with Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide during our Spectacular Spring Savings Sale, ending March 31, 2017.
Over 75 historic hotels are offering special rates and packages during this incredible sale, including The Wigwam (1918), Castle Hill Resort and Spa (1905), Boone Tavern Hotel of Berea College (1909), and The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco (1907).
Save up to 35% with Historic Hotels of America and save up to 45% with Historic Hotels Worldwide off Best Available Rates.
Family Fun Packages
Spend quality time with the family and book your next family vacation at a historic hotel.
Cavallo Point (1901, pictured above)
San Francisco, California
Book the Family Package and receive a $100 resort credit and Kids Eat Free!
Palmer House®, A Hilton Hotel (1871)
Book the Family Fun Package and receive breakfast for the whole family.
The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Curio - A Collection by Hilton (1882)
Book the Family Fun Package and receive complimentary Wi-Fi and breakfast for up to 2 adults and 2 children per night.
Women’s History Month
Discover women in history through historic hotels. From architects to aviators, many women pioneers have stayed as guests, written famous books and songs, and contributed to the rich history of historic hotels.
Julia Ward Howe wrote "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" when staying at the iconic Willard Hotel, now known as The Willard InterContinental, Washington DC (1901), in 1961.
Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was the designer of many landmark buildings and spaces for the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railroad, including La Fonda on the Plaza - Santa Fe, NM (1922), winner of the 2016 Award of Excellence Best Historic Hotel.
Julia Morgan, renowned as the architect of the Hearst Castle at San Simeon, was also the architect of The Berkeley City Club (1930), also known as her jewel, “the little castle.” Julia Morgan and her crew worked day and night rebuilding the Fairmont San Francisco(1907), which reopened April 18, 1907 after the big earthquake.