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Explore Maryland

Maryland is full of numerous historical attractions that are closely connected to the nation’s most important events. The Old Line State has many famous Colonial-Era buildings, Civil War battlefields, and beautiful national parks. Its cities, such as Baltimore and Annapolis, have borne witness to centuries of American history. The state’s rustic western region features verdant forests that are wonderful places to hike and camp. And in the east, Maryland’s iconic Chesapeake Bay offers a fantastic array of exciting outdoor activities, delicious seafood, and stunning scenery.

Stay at one of our five historic hotels in the state for a truly authentic experience: Historic Inns of Annapolis (1727), Admiral Fell Inn (1770), Antrim 1844, Hotel Brexton (1881), and Lord Baltimore Hotel (1928, pictured).

Book from more than 30 special packages, experiences, and offers for your next getaway in Maryland.

Sustainability Champion

The Historic Hotels Awards of Excellence recognizes the finest historic hotels and resorts from across the nation. Historic Hotels of America is excited to announce the 2018 Awards of Excellence Nominee Finalists for Sustainability Champion:

Airlie (1892)
Warrenton, Virginia

The Hotel Congress (1919)
Tucson, Arizona

La Fonda (1922)
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Omni San Francisco Hotel (1926)
San Francisco, California

The Inn at Death Valley (1927, pictured)
Death Valley, California

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel (1965)
Kohala Coast, Hawaii

Read about all the Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide Nominee Finalists.

Discover San Antonio

San Antonio has a rich heritage worth celebrating. Take a stroll along San Antonio’s magnificent River Walk, experiencing its countless restaurants and shops. SeaWorld is also located within the city, offering an amazing selection of thrill rides and marine-life exhibitions. Dozens of historical landmarks populate San Antonio, too, including the Majestic Theater, the Tower of the Americas, and the La Villita Historic Arts District. And no trip to the city is complete without a visit to the Alamo Mission, the site of the famous Battle of the Alamo. Together with the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, the Alamo has been a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2015.

Visit San Antonio by staying in one of our lovely historic hotels in the area: Omni La Mansión del Rio, San Antonio (1852), The Historic Menger Hotel (1859), The Crockett Hotel (1909), and The Emily Morgan San Antonio—a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel (1924).

Choose from over 20 intriguing packages, special offers, and exceptional deals to discover and explore San Antonio, Texas.

2018 Annual Directory

2018 Annual Directory

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