Experience Historic Hotels of America
Boston’s Historic Food Market
Take in the flavor and diversity of area cuisine at Boston’s historic food market. Faneuil Hall Marketplace has been serving the city with the catch of the day since the American Revolution. Some of Boston’s most famous foods include Clam Chowder, Boston Cream Pie, Samuel Adams, Fenway Franks, Boston Baked Beans, and Lobster.
Select from our ten Boston area historic hotels, including the legendary Omni Parker House, Boston (1855, pictured above), the birthplace of the Boston Cream Pie; Concord's Colonial Inn (1716); Ames Boston Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton (1893); The Kendall Hotel (1894); The Lenox (1900); XV Beacon (1903); Fairmont Copley Plaza (1912); Hawthorne Hotel (1925); Boston Park Plaza (1927); and Hilton Boston Downtown/Faneuil Hall (1928).
Select from our ten historic hotels in the Boston area to begin planning a trip to Boston.
Every Day is Valentine’s Day with Historic Hotels of America
Cranwell Spa and Golf Resort (1894, pictured above)
Book the Romance Package and receive $50 dining credit, complimentary bottle of Cranwell’s Private Reserve (red or white), and use of the Spa at Cranwell.
The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa (1927)
Book the Romance in Wine Country Package and receive sparkling wine, chocolate covered strawberries, spa treatments, and wine tasting for two.
The Raphael Hotel (1928)
Kansas City, Missouri
Book the Romance Package and receive a bottle of wine with two desserts, a keepsake engraved photo frame, and breakfast in bed or weekend Jazz brunch.
Chicago's world-class museums, breathtaking architecture, extensive public arts program, exceptional dining, the beautiful Lake Michigan, and its rich history make the "Windy City" a must-see destination. Our historic hotel members, located throughout and around the city, provide amble opportunities to discover local attractions.
Situated in the "The Loop," the city's business and financial district, are Palmer House®, A Hilton Hotel (1871, pictured above), The Silversmith Hotel (1897), LondonHouse Chicago, Curio Collection by Hilton (1923) and Hilton Chicago (1927). The convenient locations of these hotels are ideal for anyone wishing to discover Grant Park, Millennium Park, and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Just outside The Loop and positioned along Magnificent Mile, an upscale portion of Michigan Avenue known for its posh boutiques and departments stores, lies the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile (1929) and The Drake Hotel (1920). For those wishing to escape the frantic urban pace, venture north to the picturesque suburb of Evanston and the Hilton Orrington/Evanston (1925), which is moments from Northwestern University and the beaches along Lake Michigan. Select from our seven historic hotels in the Chicago area to begin planning a trip to Chicago.