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Celebrate Preservation Month

This May celebrate Historic Preservation Month by supporting historic hotels. Use to plan and book your next inspiring journey. A portion of every reservation made through and goes to the National Trust for Historic Preservation to protect America’s National Treasures.

Over 160 historic hotels are currently offering incredible packages, special offers, and savings for National Trust members, including The Hotel Viking (1926), The Peabody Memphis (1869), Chase Park Plaza (1922), French Lick Springs Hotel (1845), and Hanover Inn Dartmouth (1780).

Some Historic Hotels Worldwide offers include Hacienda Jurica by Brisas (1551), Quinta Real Oaxaca (1576), Quinta Real Puebla (1593), and Quinta Real Zacatecas (1866).

Members and donors of organizations affiliated with Historic Hotels of America save up to 30% off Best Available Rates at participating Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide. Rates are subject to availability. Click here to see affiliated organizations and terms and conditions.

Historic Packages

The Hermitage Hotel (1910, pictured above)
Nashville, Tennessee
With more than 100 years of history, the legendary Hermitage Hotel has been synonymous with the history of Nashville. Discover the stories and experiences that have created a Southern icon. Book the "Step Back in Time" History Package and receive a self-guided walking map of Historic Downtown Nashville, "The Hermitage at One Hundred" collector's coffee table book, and two complimentary cocktails in the hotel's historic Oak Bar.

Historic Hotel Bethlehem (1922)
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Step back into the 1800s and experience the Colonial Industrial era. Take a stroll through three centuries of Bethlehem history along the Heritage Trail. Learn about early Moravian medicine, cooking, education, and more at the only remaining 18th-century residence for Christianized Native Americans in eastern Pennsylvania. Book the Colonial Era Package and receive (2) handheld audio devices for the self-guided Heritage Trail Tour and (2) tickets to the Moravian Museum Of Bethlehem guided tour.

Destination: San Juan

Origin of the Pina Colada: Did you know? Ramon “Monchito” Marrero, the bartender at the Caribe Hilton (1949) in San Juan, Puerto Rico experimented for three months before coming up with the recipe for the iconic Piña Colada in 1954. Eventually this became the island’s national drink in 1978.

Select from our four historic hotels in the San Juan, Puerto Rico area to begin planning a trip to taste this creative cocktail: El Convento Hotel (1651), Condado Vanderbilt Hotel (1919), Caribe Hilton (1949), The Condado Plaza Hilton (1963).

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