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Explore Oregon

Known for its verdant forests and pristine waterways, Oregon has many stunning outdoor destinations that incarnate the inherent beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Dozens of majestic nature preservations populate the state, including the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mount Hood National Forest, and the Ecola State Park. It is even home to Crater Lake National Park, the whereabouts of the most cavernous lake in the United States.

Oregon also features a venerable heritage that is deeply rooted in the story of the American West. The Jacksonville Historic District constitutes the center of a 19th century mining town that epitomized the nation’s pioneering spirit. The enduring legacy of the many immigrants who helped settle the region presents itself within the exhibits of the Kam Chung & Co. Museum, an erstwhile Chinese business in operation at the end of the 1800s. And the rich culture of the Nez Perce tribe resonates throughout Lake Wallowa, with the Old Chief Joseph Gravesite acting as a lasting tribute to the Native Americans that once lived in the area.

Stay at one of our six historic hotels in the Beaver State for a truly authentic experience: Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown (1912), Crater Lake Lodge (1915), Ashland Springs Hotel (1925), The Heathman Hotel (1927, pictured), The Chateau at Oregon Caves (1934), and the Timberline Lodge (1937).

Book from more than 20 special packages, experiences, and offers for your next getaway in Oregon.

Timeless Getaways with Curio

The Curio Collection by Hilton contains 17 wonderful hotels that each emanate a fantastic history. Among the prestigious members of this collection that are also a part of Historic Hotels of America:

The Partridge Inn (1910)
Augusta, Georgia
In 1923, city officials rushed to prepare a grand gala for President Warren G. Harding. They eventually settled on using the gorgeous Partridge Inn for the event; it was a resounding success. Many throughout Augusta even considered the gala the greatest party to have ever occurred in the city. Book the Weekend Getaway package to take advantage of WiFi, breakfast, and late checkout.

Amway Grand Plaza Hotel (1913, pictured)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
When J. Boyd Pantlind purchased the Amway Grand Plaza in 1913, he lavishly renovated the hotel with English Adams architecture. The greatest design element that he incorporated into the renovation involved the domed ceiling situated in the lobby. As guests entered into the hotel and gazed up, they saw breathtaking gold leaf affixed above them. This gold-leaf roof is the largest in the United States! The best way to see this magnificent architectural feat is by booking the Leisure Escapes Package.

Hotel Alex Johnson (1928)
Rapid City, South Dakota
Upon staying at the Hotel Alex Johnson, Alfred Hitchcock was incredibly impressed with the building. The director remained so enamored that he wound up using the hotel as part of the setting for his illustrious thriller, North by Northwest. Book the Celebration Package to lodge within the shadow of Hollywood’s glamourous history.

Discover and explore all Curio Collection by Hilton at Historic Hotels of America.

Discover Chicago

Founded in the early 1790s as a remote trading post, Chicago has since become the third largest city in the United States, as well as one of the most important financial centers in the world. Home to great historical icons like Wrigley Field and Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), the city is celebrated as a premier cultural destination. Chicago possesses a wealth of famous attractions, with some of the best situated at its center in Grant Park. Museum Campus occupies the southern end, where the Adler Planetarium, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Shedd Aquarium all reside. And surrounding Grant Park are more exciting places to visit, like Navy Pier, Millennium Park, and the Chicago Cultural Center.

Chicago is regarded for its delicious cuisine, lively performing arts, and original music. A wide variety of ethnic foods proliferate throughout the city, with the historic neighborhoods of “Little Italy,” “Greektown,” and “Chinatown” drawing in thousands of hungry diners every year. Perhaps the greatest dish to be concocted in this magical culinary environment is Chicago’s hallmark deep-dish pizza. For travelers with a more refined palette, Chicago offers a vibrant selection of luxurious gourmet restaurants, such as the world-renowned Aliena. Historical venues like the Green Mill and Thalia Hall still host exhilarating musical performances, while the Goodman Theater maintains the city’s prominent theatrical heritage.

Visit the Windy City by staying in one of our lovely historic hotels: Palmer House®, A Hilton Hotel (1871), The Silversmith Hotel (1897), The Drake Hotel (1920), LondonHouse Chicago (1923), Hilton Chicago (1927), and the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile (1929, pictured).

Choose from over 30 romantic packages, special offers, and exceptional deals to discover and explore Chicago.

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