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New England is among the most historic places to discover, explore, and experience. Discover Boston and explore along the Freedom Trail; Discover the Newport Historic District in Rhode Island and its rare Colonial architecture; or journey to Connecticut to see the homestead of Nathan Hale, the famous Revolutionary War spy. Experience New England which also features an incredibly picturesque landscape. The coastline of Maine has drawn thousands of people every year, while state parks like Franconia Notch State Park and Mt. Philo State Park—in New Hampshire and Vermont, respectively—offer a wealth of lakes, hiking trails, and campsites to enjoy.
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Water's Edge Resort and Spa
Westbrook, Connecticut, United States
For over 30 years, Water’s Edge Resort and Spa has kept its presence as a top New England beachfront resort for vacations and getaways. Originating from the vision of humanitarian Bill Hahn, the resort has jovial beginnings. With an obvious love for people and an appetite for fun, Hahn was dubbed the ‘host with the most,’ known for showing his guests a good time and providing a beachfront refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The Colony Hotel
Kennebunkport, Maine, United States
The Colony Hotel is spectacularly situated amid glorious and manicured gardens on a rocky promontory above the Atlantic Ocean. The white wooden structure was built in 1914 and spans a full 300 feet, topped by a cupola and the weather vane of a large ship. The wrap-around Ocean Porch and the gazebo offer views of the ocean and river.
Portland Regency Hotel & Spa
Portland, Maine, United States
The Portland Regency Hotel is Portland's premier full-service hotel, boasting first-class elegance and outstanding service. Situated in the heart of the "Old Port District", the hotel is surrounded by a variety of specialty shops, galleries and restaurants which have been converted from the warehouses and commercial buildings that were original to the city's maritime heritage.
Inn on Boltwood
Amherst, Massachusetts, United States
In the heart of New England, where the flourishing luscious maple trees of Amherst Common meets the campus of Amherst College, the historic Inn on Boltwood has been a cherished landmark in the Five Colleges community since 1926. Recently restored, this hotel welcomes its guests to a classic New England setting without sacrificing contemporary comforts.
Omni Parker House, Boston
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
As you pass through the sculpted bronze doors of this historic hotel, you are enveloped in the charm and timeless beauty that have made the Omni Parker House a Boston landmark since 1855.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Relax and unwind at this historic luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Beacon Hill in Boston.
The Kendall Hotel
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
The 1895 firehouse is the oldest building in the Kendall Square area, the center of the technology industry in the Boston vicinity and home to the world-famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Today, this city landmark has been restored in a manner befitting its heroic past. The original Victorian firehouse is home to the hotel's restaurant and is full of firehouse memorabilia.
Concord's Colonial Inn
Concord, Massachusetts, United States
The spirit of the past is vibrantly alive in the historic Concord's Colonial Inn. It was from here the local farmers and militiamen mustered to meet the advancing British troops on that fateful April day in 1775.
Crowne Pointe Historic Inn
Provincetown, Massachusetts, United States
At the tip of Cape Cod's distinctive tip sits the eclectic village of Provincetown, home to the Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa. Originally established a bustling seaport, Provincetown was once inhabited by a rowdy mix of smugglers, outlaws and raucous mariners.
Salem, Massachusetts, United States
Inspired by civic pride, the city of Salem established the Hawthorne Hotel to serve as a community focal point. The classic brick structure stands prominently on the city's common and has figured prominently in the historic area's community and social life.
The Red Lion Inn
Stockbridge, Massachusetts, United States
Since 1773, The Red Lion Inn has been welcoming travelers to the beauty of the Berkshires with traditional New England hospitality. The inn has hosted five presidents and numerous other notable figures, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Cullen Bryant and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Publick House Historic Inn
Sturbridge, Massachusetts, United States
The Publick House Historic Inn opened in 1771 under the leadership of Colonel Ebenezer Crafts in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. It is now one of New England’s greatest historical inns. In close proximity to Boston, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, the Inn was built after Crafts won the land from a local doctor in a card game.
The Bedford Village Inn
Bedford, New Hampshire, United States
The Bedford Village Inn offers 14 elegantly decorated guest suites. Not one room is alike and each both meticulously and beautifully decorated. The restaurant is a very short walk to breakfast on the Porch Dining Room, lunch in the Patio surrounded by gardens, and an elegant dinner in your choice of three very unique restaurants, the Tavern, Corks Wine Bar, or Dining Room.
Omni Bretton Arms Inn, Bretton Woods
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, United States
The Omni Bretton Arms Inn was built as a private home in 1896 and was first opened to guests in 1907. The inn was a part of the larger Mount Washington and Mount Pleasant Hotels which hosted a variety of visitors and was the distinguished headquarters for the Conference Secretariat during the 44-nation Bretton Woods Monetary Conference in 1944.
Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, United States
Mount Washington Resort was the creation of industrialist Joseph Stickney, who built The Mount Washington Hotel in 1902. The sparking white and red-roofed Spanish Renaissance-style hotel, with its grand, colonnaded veranda, was the setting for the historic Bretton Woods Monetary Conference in 1944.
Hanover Inn Dartmouth
Hanover, New Hampshire, United States
General Ebenezer Brewster, whose home occupied the present site of the Inn, founded the Dartmouth Hotel in 1780 but later burned to the ground and was replaced two years later on the same site by the Wheelock Hotel. From 1901 - 1903, Dartmouth College carried out extensive renovations to the facility, which was then renamed the Hanover Inn.
Eagle Mountain House
Jackson, New Hampshire, United States
Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club exemplifies New England. Its century-old history ties the historic hotel to the region's heritage while seamlessly offering all the high-end amenities of any modern hotel alongside pristine, panoramic views of New Hampshire's White Mountains.
Wentworth by the Sea
New Castle, New Hampshire, United States
The "Grand Dame of the Sea" -- as Wentworth by the Sea is affectionately known -- has set the model for coastline New Hampshire accommodations for over a century. When it opened in 1874, Wentworth was the largest wooden structure on the state's coast, a hub for social, business and political luminaries from around the world.
Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa
Whitefield, New Hampshire, United States
On a rainy night in 1865, a group of travelers en route to Montreal was stranded when their stagecoach hit a muddy rut and overturned. Despite the late hour, they found a warm welcome at the nearby Dodge farmhouse and were so captivated by the hospitality of their hosts and the spectacular surroundings that they prolonged their stay.
Newport Beach Hotel & Suites
Middletown, Rhode Island, United States
On certain occasions, tragedy can inspire greatness. Such is the case of Rhode Island’s Newport Beach Hotel & Suites (formerly known as the Inn at Newport Beach.) A massive hurricane in 1938 wiped out the town’s numerous beach establishments. Two years later, after the sand settled, the Toppa family decided to build a new inn on the beach, positioning the property 100 feet from the rocks and the ocean’s crashing waves.
The Hotel Viking
Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Within walking distance from Newport Harbor the Hotel Viking is nestled in the Historic Hill district on famed Bellevue Avenue. Once the summering destination of America’s wealthiest, the Hotel was opened in 1926 to accommodate their haute monde guests. With the most recent multi-million dollar renovation finished in 2007 this hotel is the perfect choice for a historic stay in the heart of Upscale Historic Newport Rhode Island.
Castle Hill Resort and Spa
Cavendish, Vermont, United States
The Green Mountains of Vermont offer year-round delights. Tucked amid the picturesque countryside, the landmark Castle Hill Resort and Spa combines gracious hospitality with a scenic setting and modern amenities.
The Middlebury Inn
Middlebury, Vermont, United States
The Middlebury Inn has been in continuous operation as a hotel for over 180 years. The Inn began as the Vermont Hotel, a brick "public house" opened by Nathan Wood in 1827. The inn changed hands and became the Addison House in 1852, and then saw improvements in 1865 at the hands of owner Darwin Rider, who ran a free carriage to all trains and operated a large livery for his guests.
Vergennes, Vermont, United States
When Ardelia Beach, founder of the landmark Basin Harbor, first came to Vermont to establish a working farm that would take in summer boarders anxious to escape urban living, she could not have chosen a better locale. Unofficially described as Vermont’s West Coast, Lake Champlain is the sixth-largest lake in America, with more than 600 miles of shoreline bordering its 120-mile length.