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  • Mobile, Alabama
    Originally built in 1852, the landmark Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & Spa is located in Mobile's revitalized downtown, situated near the riverfront and Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: City Center Icons
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
  • Point Clear, Alabama
    For more than 165 years, the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Spa & Golf Club has served guests with true Southern hospitality.
    Luxury Level: Platinum
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Eclectic
  • Grand Canyon, Arizona
    Bright Angel Lodge, a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2012, was built in 1935, has a natural, rustic character, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It was designed by famed architect Mary E J Colter.
    Luxury Level: Bronze
    Property Style: Ranches & Lodges (includes state/national parks)
    Architectural Style: National Park Service Rustic
  • Grand Canyon, Arizona
    El Tovar Hotel, a former Harvey House is considered the premier lodging facility at the Grand Canyon, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2012. It opened its doors in 1905 and was most recently renovated in 2005. On May 28, 1987, The El Tovar Hotel was designated by the U. S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark.
    Luxury Level: Bronze
    Property Style: Ranches & Lodges (includes state/national parks)
    Architectural Style: National Park Service Rustic
  • Grand Canyon, Arizona
    Phantom Ranch is tucked beside Bright Angel Creek on the north side of the Colorado River and is the only lodging facility below the canyon rim. In 1913, President Theodore Roosevelt's enthusiasm for the Grand Canyon helped lead to its incorporation into the National Park System in 1919. The Fred Harvey Company was granted the concession for the camp in 1922. They hired the American architect Mary E J Colter to design permanent lodging at Phantom Ranch.
    Luxury Level: Bronze
    Property Style: Ranches & Lodges (includes state/national parks)
    Architectural Style: National Park Service Rustic
  • Litchfield Park, Arizona
    The Wigwam is one of Arizona's original iconic hotels. Originally built by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company to house sales executives in the early 1900s the resort evolved as a popular tourist destination when executives convinced their company president, Paul Litchfield (and original descendant of The Mayflower), to expand the small lodge into a winter retreat.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
  • Paradise Valley, Arizona
    Since the 1930s, the Hermosa Inn - a luxury Phoenix boutique hotel - has been a recognized destination in the desert Southwest, offering exclusive lodging accommodations in one of the city's most affluent suburbs - Paradise Valley. This intimate hacienda-style hotel offers all of the comforts of home with a luxurious twist.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Historic Inns
    Architectural Style: Period Houses and Residences
  • Phoenix, Arizona
    When you step through the doors of the Hotel San Carlos, you experience the touch of a glamorous past and the affluence of a decade of romantic Hollywood stars. Throughout the years, Hotel San Carlos has been a refuge for famous guests including Mae West, Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Ingrid Bergman, Spencer Tracy, Marilyn Monroe, and Humphrey Bogart.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: City Center Icons
    Architectural Style: Renaissance Revival
  • Phoenix, Arizona
    Royal Palms Resort and Spa is a romantic hideaway with the rustic splendor of a Mediterranean villa. Its 117 casitas and guestrooms serve as an oasis for guests seeking tranquility and solitude. Set in the Valley of the Sun, the hotel is located in the beautiful Phoenix-Scottsdale resort community, with the majestic Camelback Mountain providing a striking visual backdrop.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
  • Prescott, Arizona
    Since the day it opened its doors to those seeking respite in the mile-high mountain oasis, the historic inn has been a sought-after retreat for travelers searching for a relaxing respite from life's hustle and bustle.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Historic Inns
    Architectural Style: Eclectic
  • Tubac, Arizona
    The spirit of the Otero family lives on at Tubac. The family's original hacienda houses meeting room and guests can dine within the walls of the 200-year-old barn. The scenic beauty of the Tumacacori and Santa Rita mountains are a stunning backdrop and offer a multitude of outdoor activities.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
  • Tucson, Arizona
    In 1929, John and Helen Murphey created Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort, a desert oasis and "home away from home" ranch school for girls only. Inspired by early Moorish architecture, it showcases many details that were crafted by the Murpheys themselves.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Ranches & Lodges (includes state/national parks)
    Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
  • Eureka Springs, Arkansas
    Perched above the Victorian village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas -- recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations -- is the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa, a landmark hotel that echoes the recuperative splendor of the surrounding Ozark Mountain region.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Mansions, Castles & Palaces
    Architectural Style: Richardsonian-Romanesque
  • Fayetteville, Arkansas
    For a building that has stood since 1905, one of six built in the University of Arkansas that year, the Inn Carnall Hall creates an inviting optical illusion: existing in a turn-of-the-twentieth-century era while not appearing the least bit outdated. Two pairs of dramatic, all-white columns flank either side of the entrance to this Colonial Revival inn.
    Luxury Level: Bronze
    Property Style: Unique Residences
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
  • Little Rock, Arkansas
    Considered "the front porch of Little Rock," the Capital Hotel, a landmark inn, has been a beacon to Southern culture since it first opened its doors in 1870.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: City Center Icons
    Architectural Style: Beaux Arts

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