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Discover the world of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, all historically significant and proud to be part of Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide.

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AKA Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

AKA Rittenhouse Square

Original Property Opened: 1912

Fun Fact: Jennifer Lawrence stayed at the AKA Rittenhouse Square while filming her award-winning role in Silver Linings Playbook.

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AKA Sutton Place
New York, New York

AKA Sutton Place

Original Property Opened: 1929

Fun Fact: Nathanael West, author of Miss Lonelyhearts, was the hotel manager at the Sutton, and at times gave free or reduced rate rooms to his literary friends, including Quentin Reynolds, Lillian Hellman, and Dashiell Hammett.

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AKA Times Square
New York, New York

AKA Times Square

Original Property Opened: 1893

Fun Fact: Previously known as Hotel Gerard, it was a favorite spot for several theatre celebrities in the 1920s, including actors Albert Phillips, Arthur Burckly, character actress Josephine Williams, and playwright Augustin MacHugh.

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AKA Wall Street
New York, New York

AKA Wall Street

Original Property Opened: 1907

Fun Fact: Through a screening partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival, AKA Wall Street will showcase programs and screenings throughout the year.

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The Bedford Village Inn
Bedford, New Hampshire

The Bedford Village Inn

Original Property Opened: 1810

Fun Fact: Several films have either been inspired by or filmed at the Inn, including In Your Eyes starring Jennifer Grey.

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Bienville House
New Orleans, Louisiana

Bienville House

Original Property Opened: 1835

Fun Fact: The Bienville House's colorful past included functioning as part of a large rice mill complex before being converted to a hotel in 1967.

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Boston Park Plaza
Boston, Massachusetts

Boston Park Plaza

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: Boston Park Plaza was proposed as a "city within a city" and was built as a multi-use hotel and office building to ensure a dependable flow of revenue.

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The Broadmoor
Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Broadmoor

Original Property Opened: 1918

Fun Fact: The artist tasked with painting the Main Mezzanine was a deeply religious man, who believed only God could create perfection. Fearing for his soul, he deliberately painted one of the cherubs in the scene with two left feet.

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The Brown Hotel
Louisville, Kentucky

The Brown Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1923

Fun Fact: The famous "Hot Brown" sandwich was invented in 1926 for guests who were hungry after an evening of dancing. It has been featured on the TODAY Show, in the Wall Street Journal, and numerous food and dining magazine.

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Cavallo Point
San Francisco, California

Cavallo Point

Original Property Opened: 1901

Fun Fact: Fort Baker is listed as a Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places, and Cavallo Point was named one of ten "New Green American Landmarks" by Travel + Leisure.

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The Chattanooga Choo Choo
Chattanooga, Tennessee

The Chattanooga Choo Choo

Original Property Opened: 1909

Fun Fact: The Chattanooga Choo Choo boasts the world’s largest HO gauge model train display, with 120 locomotives,1,000 freight cars, 80 passenger cars,and 3,000 feet of track.

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The Cincinnatian Hotel
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnatian Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1882

Fun Fact: At the time of construction, the 300-room Cincinnatian Hotel, then known as the Palace Hotel, was the tallest building in the city and had hitching posts outside its fashionable entrance.

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Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1919

Fun Fact: All of chandeliers within the hotel were inspired by ladies' earrings from the 1920s.

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The Dewberry Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina

The Dewberry Charleston

Original Property Opened: 1965

Fun Fact: The Federal Building was commissioned under President Johnson’s “Great Society,” a cluster of federal programs that saw an increase in the number of federal buildings constructed. These buildings were meant to not only embody contemporary architecture, but also take into account local traditions and materials.

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Pasadena, California

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Original Property Opened: 1926

Fun Fact: Both Hotel Constance and Perry's by Claud Beltran are named in honor of Pasadena's entrepreneur Constance Perry, the original developer of Hotel Constance.

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The Fairfax at Embassy Row
Washington, District of Columbia

The Fairfax at Embassy Row

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: During World War II, the historic Washington, DC hotel earned the reputation as a sanctuary for soldiers visiting the nation's capital.

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French Lick Springs Hotel
French Lick, Indiana

French Lick Springs Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1845

Fun Fact: French Lick was named for an early French fur trading outpost and nearby salt lick.

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The Georgian Terrace
Atlanta, Georgia

Georgian Terrace

Original Property Opened: 1911

Fun Fact: President Calvin Coolidge, author F. Scott Fitzgerald, and actress Tallulah Bankhead h ave all been guests of this glamorous Midtown hotel.

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Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort
Tucson, Arizona

Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort

Original Property Opened: 1929

Fun Fact: Legend has it that Casita Grande was the favorite hideaway of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.

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Hanover Inn Dartmouth
Hanover, New Hampshire

Hanover Inn Dartmouth

Original Property Opened: 1780

Fun Fact: Before Dartmouth College became co-ed, the fourth floor of the Hanover Inn Dartmouth was a single women’s dormitory. The Inn provided chaperons for the single female guests. The Hanover Inn Dartmouth is the oldest continuous business in the state of New Hampshire.

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The Hermitage Hotel
Nashville, Tennessee

The Hermitage Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1910

Fun Fact: The Hermitage Hotel is the only example of a commercial Beaux Arts structure in Tennessee.

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The Hollywood Roosevelt
Los Angeles, California

The Hollywood Roosevelt

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: Prince performed five shows at the hotel in 2007, which included dinner with his personal chef, a two-hour performance, and a post-set jazz jam.

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Hotel Captain Cook
Anchorage, Alaska

Hotel Captain Cook

Original Property Opened: 1965

Fun Fact: The art collection and architecture of the Hotel Captain Cook helps tell the story of the hotel's namesake, British explorer and cartographer Captain James Cook.

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Hotel Deco XV
Omaha, Nebraska

Hotel Deco XV

Original Property Opened: 1928

Fun Fact: The design of Hotel Deco XV's tower was inspired by Bertram Goodhue’s design of the Nebraska State Capital Building and, at the time of its opening, included an integrated interior parking space.

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HOTEL DU PONT
Wilmington, Delaware

Hotel du Pont

Original Property Opened: 1913

Fun Fact: HOTEL DU PONT has hosted Prince Rainier of Monaco, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Prince Bertil of Sweden, President John F. Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Henry Kissinger.

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Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans, Louisiana

Hotel Monteleone

Original Property Opened: 1886

Fun Fact: The hotel's founder, Antonio Monteleone, was a Sicilian nobleman who was operating a successful shoe factory when he was lured by the American dream.

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Hotel Valley Ho
Scottsdale, Arizona

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Original Property Opened: 1956

Fun Fact: In 1957, Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood held their private wedding reception in the hotel's ballroom.

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The Jefferson Hotel
Richmond, Virginia

The Jefferson Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1895

Fun Fact: When the Jefferson reopened in 1907, it was enlarged and offered novel features including fish and alligator ponds in the Palm Court until 1948.

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The Jefferson, Washington, DC
Washington, District of Columbia

The Jefferson, Washington, DC

Original Property Opened: 1923

Fun Fact: The hotel's book room is filled with leather-bount volumes on Thomas Jefferson's favorite subjects and has signed editions from authors who have been guests of the hotel.

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Keswick Hall
Keswick, Virginia

Keswick Hall

Original Property Opened: 1912

Fun Fact: Tennis great Arthur Ashe played in an exhibition tennis match at Keswick Hall in 1969.

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La Valencia Hotel
La Jolla, California

La Valencia Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1926

Fun Fact: The hotel's distinctive tower was used as a civil defense lookout during World War II.

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The Martha Washington Hotel & Spa
Abingdon, Virginia

The Martha Washington Hotel & Spa

Original Property Opened: 1832

Fun Fact: The hotel once served as a finishing school for young ladies in the late 1800s.

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NOPSI New Orleans, a Salamander Hotel
New Orleans, Louisiana

NOPSI New Orleans, a Salamander Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: The lobby showcases one of the original stone-top counters where New Orleans Public Service Inc. (NOPSI) customers used to pay bills.

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Ojai Valley Inn & Spa
Ojai, California

Ojai Valley Inn & Spa

Original Property Opened: 1923

Fun Fact: The Chumash Indians ascribed healing powers to this mystical valley, naming it "The Nest."

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The Peabody Memphis
Memphis, Tennessee

The Peabody Memphis

Original Property Opened: 1869

Fun Fact: The Peabody's marching ducks are national celebrities, having appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and on Sesame Street.

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The Pfister Hotel
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The Pfister Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1893

Fun Fact: Charles Pfister's passionate collecting created what today remains the world's largest hotel collection of Victorian art.

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The Raleigh Miami Beach
Miami, Florida

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Original Property Opened: 1940

Fun Fact: The Raleigh Miami Beach’s iconic pool, one of the most photographed in the world, served as the backdrop of several films in the 1950’s starring Esther Williams.

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The Redbury New York
New York, New York

The Redbury New York

Original Property Opened: 1903

Fun Fact: The hotel is featured in the movie Valley of the Dolls; Anne Welles stayed there after arriving in New York for the first time.

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The Sagamore
Bolton Landing, New York

The Sagamore

Original Property Opened: 1883

Fun Fact: Lake George and Bolton Landing are within the borders of New York's six million acre Adirondack State Park.

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The Saint Paul Hotel
St. Paul, Minnesota

The Saint Paul Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1910

Fun Fact: The New York firm of Reed and Stem, designers of New York's Grand Central terminal, created the hotel's grand facade and stylish interiors.

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The Scarlet Huntington
San Francisco, California

The Scarlet Huntington

Original Property Opened: 1924

Fun Fact: The Big 4 restaurant is named after the businessmen, philanthropists, and railroad tycoons who built the Central Pacific Railroad, (C.P.R.R.); Leland Stanford, Collis Potter Huntington, Mark Hopkins, and Charles Crocker.

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The Terrace Hotel
Lakeland, Florida

The Terrace Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1924

Fun Fact: The imposing 10-story building was Lakeland’s first high-rise structure.

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West Baden Springs Hotel
West Baden Springs, Indiana

West Baden Springs Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1902

Fun Fact: The hotel’s atrium was the largest free-span dome until the Houston Astrodome was constructed in the 1960's. It has been dubbed the “Eighth Wonder of the World.”

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The Whitehall Hotel
Houston, Texas

The Whitehall Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1963

Fun Fact: Notable guests of the Crowne Plaza Whitehall Houston Downtown have included Bob Dylan, Sonny and Cher, President Obama, and Vice President Joe Biden.

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The Wigwam
Litchfield Park, Arizona

The Wigwam

Original Property Opened: 1918

Fun Fact: The world-famous Goodyear blimp docked on the front lawn of The Wigwam. The Robert Trent Jones Sr. golf courses ("Blue" and "Gold" courses), were named to honor the colors of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company logo.

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Woodstock Inn & Resort
Woodstock, Vermont

Woodstock Inn & Resort

Original Property Opened: 1793

Fun Fact: PGA touring pro Keegan Bradley hosts his annual charity golf tournament at the Woodstock Country Club.

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The Wort Hotel
Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Wort Hotel

Original Property Opened: 1941

Fun Fact: The famous Silver Dollar Bar features 2,032 uncirculated 1921 silver dollars along the length of its S-shaped mahogany bar top.

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XV Beacon
Boston, Massachusetts

XV Beacon

Original Property Opened: 1903

Fun Fact: In Mooo…. restaurant’s The Wine Cellar, a charming Roman mosaic dating from the fourth to the fifth century A.D. depicts two cavorting deer amidst flowers, amphorae, and fish.

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