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July 2022: Featuring Summer Savings, Time Travel Trips, and a Mystery Architect!
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4th of July Deals For Friends of Historic Hotels!
July 2022
Soak up the sun and savings this summer at Historic Hotels! Did you know that you can receive a complimentary yearlong membership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation by booking with Historic Hotels? As a member, you have access to even more deals on historic treasures around the world. In the Discover & Explore July 2022 edition, we are featuring destinations that prioritize preservation, where guests can travel back in time to Revolutionary America, Colonial Peru, and more!
Thank you for continuing this journey of conservation, recognition and celebration of historic hotels. We are honored to share July’s highlights and invite you to Discover and Explore
Historic Hotels of America® Spotlight:
Experience American History at Historic Hotels!
Historic Inns of Annapolis
(1727)
Annapolis, Maryland
Discover Historic Inns of Annapolis, which comprise three historic buildings: The Maryland Inn, Governor Calvert House, and The Robert Johnson House. Part of the Colonial Annapolis Historic District, the Inns provide a relaxing retreat within walking distance to the Chesapeake Bay. Few other hotels in the nation can claim such an outstanding heritage.  
Concord's Colonial Inn
(1716)
Concord, Massachusetts
Just 20 miles from Boston, Concord’s Colonial Inn offers a unique getaway full of New England charm and American history. Visit the homes of beloved writers like Henry David Thoreau and Louise May Alcott, or embark on the Battle Road Trail and visit Minute Man National Historical Park. Guests can even boast that they slept where George Washington slept!
Gettysburg Hotel, Est. 1797
(1797)
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
·        Boasting centuries of award-winning hospitality and all the modern amenities needed for a relaxing stay, the Gettysburg Hotel is the perfect summer vacation for heritage travelers. This iconic hotel weathered the Battle of Gettysburg and is located just steps away from the Wills House, where President Lincoln penned the famous Gettysburg Address.
Reservations made through Historic Hotels of America® and Historic Hotels Worldwide® help support the National Trust for Historic Preservation, a privately funded nonprofit organization, that works to save the places in America where our history happened. 
THANK YOU for your support!
Historic Hotels Worldwide® Spotlight:
Discover Historic Hotels in Latin America!
Aranwa Sacred Valley
(1500)
Urubamba, Peru
Nestled amid the Andes mountains along the Vilcanota riverbank, Aranwa Sacred Valley was once a massive hacienda during Peru’s Colonial period. Now fully restored to its former glory, this unique historic hotel is incredibly close to some of the most famous Incan archaeological sites including the UNESCO World Heritage Site Machu Picchu. 
Hotel Club Francés Buenos Aires (1866)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Discover a European side to Argentina’s capital at the lavish Hotel Club Francés Buenos Aires, a boutique townhouse hotel reflecting the glamor of early 20th-century Paris. Originally a private club for French luminaries, the mansion boasts a prime location within walking distance of the Museum of Fine Arts, the Recoleta Cemetery, and Plaza Francia. 
Quinta Real Oaxaca
(1579)
Oaxaca, Mexico
Located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Quinta Real Oaxaca is a serene retreat imbued with historic charm. Careful restorations have preserved much of the site’s original frescos and tile flooring. A cultural attraction in and of itself, this historic hotel is also near the Templo de Santo Domingo, the Andador Turístico, and Oaxaca de Juárez. 
History Mystery
Which historic hotel was designed by famous Barcelona architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner?
We Are Thankful For Your Support!
Members, donors, supporters, and volunteers of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, as well as its historic sites and its affiliates or of organizations deemed Friends of Historic Hotels of America®, all save up to 30% off the Best Available Rate at participating hotels.
The Seelbach Hilton Louisville
(1905)
Louisville, Kentucky
Hotel del Coronado
(1888)
Coronado, California
Omni Parker House
(1855)
Boston, Massachusetts
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