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Discover San Francisco

Visit the City by the Bay and explore its historical attractions. Spanish missionaries settled Yerba Buena (later renamed San Francisco) on June 29, 1776, five days before the Declaration of Independence was signed. Visit the spot where it all began: Mission Dolores, the city's oldest intact building, and one of only two cemeteries remaining in the city. Explore one of the oldest structures in the area: from its vantage point overlooking the spectacular Golden Gate, Fort Point defended the San Francisco Bay following California's Gold Rush through World War.

Stay at one of our 13 historic hotels in San Francisco, including the Palace Hotel (1875), Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square (1893), The Lodge at the Presidio (1895), Cavallo Point (1901), Inn at the Presidio (1903), The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco (1907), Claremont Club & Spa, A Fairmont Hotel (1915), Hotel Whitcomb (1916, pictured), The Huntington Hotel (1924), InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel (1926), Omni San Francisco Hotel (1926), Graduate Berkeley (1928), and The Berkeley City Club (1930).

Choose from over 60 romantic packages, special offers, and wonderful deals to discover and explore San Francisco.

Romantic Proposals

Create Your Love Story for the Ages at a Historic Hotel.

Historic Hotels of America® turns romantic celebrations into life’s most cherished moments. With over 300 historic hotels, inns, and resorts, Historic Hotels of America is home to the largest collection of the most romantic hotels. From breathtaking backdrops and intimate dining experiences to champagne and chocolates, these historic hotels set the stage for romance and, of course, for making the successful romantic proposal. Many of the Historic Hotels of America can assist with making the marriage proposal very special including creating unique ways to celebrate. Examples include, having the proposal delivered by a falcon, by a Hawaiian torch bearer, or served inside a special dessert or cocktail. Each historic hotel offers a unique and memorable way to make a romantic proposal unforgettable.

Here is a list of Historic Hotels of America’s Top Historic Hotels for a Romantic Proposal. As one of life’s biggest moments, couples can anticipate a ‘yes’ to their marriage proposal at one of these historic hotels:

Choose from over 400 romantic packages, special offers, and terrific deals to plan your next romantic getaway.

Explore Hawaii

Discover and explore the rich culture and heritage sites of Hawaii. Visit one of Hawaii's most recognized natural landmarks, the Diamond Head (Leahi) State Monument and capture panoramic views of Waikiki and Honolulu. Other notable attractions include Pearl Harbor, the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Iolani Palace State Monument, Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline (Makapuu Trail), Queen Emma Summer Palace, Bishop Museum, and Washington Place, commonly known as the home of Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii’s last reigning monarch.

Select from six historic hotels in Hawaii, including Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa (1901), Pioneer Inn (1901), The Royal Hawaiian, A Luxury Collection Resort (1927, pictured), Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo, a DoubleTree by Hilton (1939), Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort (1957, pictured), and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel (1965).

Book from more than 40 special packages, experiences, and offers for your next vacation in the Aloha State.



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