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Experience Missouri

Discover and explore the rich culture and heritage sites of St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri. In St. Louis, see the Appalachian pioneer Daniel Boone's Home and Boonesfield Village, the 19th century Greek Revival Old Courthouse, the National Historic Landmark and post-Civil War home of Scott Joplin and his wife Belle Hayden, the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, the Lewis & Clark Boat House and Nature Center, and the Campbell House Museum that was built in 1851. Stay at one of our historic hotels: Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch (1888) or St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton (1894).

Those visiting Kansas City should see Union Station, the Cave Spring that was originally part of the Santa Fe Trail, the Truman Farm Home dating back to the 1890s, Clark's Point - where Lewis and Clark stopped on September 15, 1806, Harry S. Truman Home and learn about the 33rd president's life and career, and shop and eat at the Westport Historic District. Stay at a historic hotel, including Hilton President Kansas City (1926, pictured), The Raphael Hotel (1928), and Hotel Phillips Kansas City, Curio Collection by Hilton (1931).

Book from more than 30 special packages, experiences, and offers for your next vacation in the Show-Me State.

Magnificent Ceilings and Domes

The iconic and legendary hotels inducted into Historic Hotels of America® and Historic Hotels Worldwide® are noteworthy for their grandeur and architectural significance. Guests and visitors to these hotels can see wonderful examples of the artistry, craftsmanship, and extraordinarily detailed work preserved from the past. Some of the best examples are viewed by looking up at these magnificent ceilings and domes in the public areas of these hotels including lobbies, ballrooms, and restaurants. These ornate ceilings and domes include some of the finest examples of stained-glass, painted frescoes, painted ornamental plaster, stenciled wood, and of course, gold leaf. Often, these beautiful, ornate, grand and detailed ceilings have been recognized as historically significant local or regional historic landmarks.

Visit for a complete listing of these ornate masterpieces. Look up and see the breathtaking ceilings and domes at historic hotels across the country.

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300th Anniversary of New Orleans

For the past 300 years, this port city has received people from around the world seeking new lives and prospects. The French influence is prominent from the founding of the City in 1718 until present day. There is also a strong Spanish cultural inheritance due to Spanish rule of the City in the 18th century. Throughout its entire history, African Americans, formerly enslaved Africans, and free people of color have influenced the culture and economy of New Orleans. Additionally, immigrants have come from Ireland, Italy, Germany, Greece, Vietnam, and many more nations. Within New Orleans, Native American, Cajun, and Creole peoples have had a profound impact on the culture. Today the City owes many of its celebrations to this diverse heritage including Mardi Gras, the 135 yearly festivals, and more than 35 Second Line parades.

Stay at one of our six historic hotels in New Orleans, including Bienville House (1835), Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans (1843), Hotel Monteleone (1886), Le Pavillon Hotel (1907, pictured), Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue (1926), and NOPSI New Orleans, a Salamander Hotel (1927).

Choose from over 30 romantic packages, special offers, and terrific deals to discover and explore The Big Easy.

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