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Discover Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Curio, A Collection by Hilton™, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton™, and Tapestry Collection by Hilton™ hotels that are all historically significant and proud to be part of Historic Hotels of America.


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The Admiral Hotel
The Admiral Hotel
Mobile, Alabama

Original Property Opened: 1924

Fun Fact: When it opened in 1940, The Admiral Hotel was the first building in Mobile to have air conditioning. It also boasted a cocktail lounge, coffee shop, and a National Airlines office.

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Amway Grand Plaza Hotel
Amway Grand Plaza Hotel
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Original Property Opened: 1913

Fun Fact: The hotel's intricate details include one of the world's largest gold-leaf ceilings located in the historic Pantlind lobby.

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The Candler Hotel Atlanta, Curio Collection by Hilton
The Candler Hotel Atlanta, Curio Collection by Hilton
Atlanta, Georgia

Original Property Opened: 1904

Fun Fact: Director Edgar Wright used the Candler Building as the site of the bank robbery filmed in the 2017-box office hit Baby Driver.

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The Cincinnatian Hotel
The Cincinnatian Hotel
Cincinnati, Ohio

Original Property Opened: 1882

Fun Fact: The 300-room Palace Hotel was the tallest building in the city and had hitching posts outside its fashionable entrance.

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Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh, Curio Collection by Hilton
Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh, Curio Collection by Hilton
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Original Property Opened: 1924

Fun Fact: The cornerstone was laid on May 18, 1924, by Judge Joseph Buffington (1855-1947) and many documents, including current newspapers and tributes to the Salvation Army from notable Americans, including then President Calvin Coolidge, were placed within it.

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Hotel Alex Johnson
Hotel Alex Johnson
Rapid City, South Dakota

Original Property Opened: 1928

Fun Fact: Alfred Hitchcock was so enamored by the Alex Johnson Hotel that it was featured in his movie “North by Northwest.”

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Hotel del Coronado
Hotel del Coronado
Coronado, California

Original Property Opened: 1888

Fun Fact: In 1958, The Del was the setting for the #1 comedy of all time according to American Film Institute: Some Like it Hot, directed by Billy Wilder and starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon.”

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Hotel Phillips Kansas City, Curio Collection by Hilton
Hotel Phillips Kansas City, Curio Collection by Hilton
Kansas City, Missouri

Original Property Opened: 1930

Fun Fact: The Hotel Phillips Kansas City holds three weekly performances by jazz musicians at the hotel, and also has an artist in residence program in which the work of a chosen artist is displayed throughout the hotel.

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Hotel Saranac, Curio Collection by Hilton
Hotel Saranac, Curio Collection by Hilton
Saranac Lake, New York

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: During World War II, the roof of the hotel serves as the site of an Airplane Observation Tower. Built as part of the national defense effort, it was used to help identify aircraft, in hopes of spotting potential incoming enemy aircraft.

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The Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton
The Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton
New York, New York

Original Property Opened: 1896

Fun Fact: "Human Fly" Harry F. Young had been hired to climb the Hotel Martinique to promote a silent movie, Safety Last. On March 5, 1923, a huge crowd, including Mrs. Young, assembled to watch this breathtaking spectacle. Young, wearing a placard saying “Safety Last” promoting the film, lost his grip and sadly fell nine stories to his death.

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The Redmont Hotel Birmingham, Curio Collection by Hilton
The Redmont Hotel Birmingham, Curio Collection by Hilton
Birmingham, Alabama

Original Property Opened: 1925

Fun Fact: Hank Williams spent his last night before his death in January 1953 at the hotel, and was originally the final stop on Alabama's most traveled historic ghost tour.

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The Renwick Hotel New York City, Curio Collection by Hilton
The Renwick Hotel New York City, Curio Collection by Hilton
New York, New York

Original Property Opened: 1920

Fun Fact: The building formerly housed oversized studios and lofts for celebrated artists, writers, and creators including authors John Steinbeck and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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The Sam Houston Hotel
The Sam Houston Hotel
Houston, Texas

Original Property Opened: 1924

Fun Fact: The hotel was originally built to accommodate budget-minded travelers and rooms went for $2 per night.

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St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
St. Louis, Missouri

Original Property Opened: 1894

Fun Fact: Many of Union Station's original elements still stand today, including the marvelous Allegorical Window adorning the structures entryway, featuring handcut Tiffany glass, and a magnificent gold leaf design.

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The Statler
The Statler
Dallas, Texas

Original Property Opened: 1956

Fun Fact: The Statler was the first building to ever feature elevator music and the first hotel to install new and custom 21” Westinghouse televisions in each guestroom and suite; it also uniquely featured a heliport on its roof.

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Tulsa Club Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
Tulsa Club Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: The Tulsa Club building offers a unique tunnel system connection that intertwines under downtown Tulsa - tours are available that tell the amazing stories of Tulsa's oil boom past and rich history.

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The Virginian Lynchburg, Curio Collection by Hilton
The Virginian Lynchburg, Curio Collection by Hilton
Lynchburg, Virginia

Original Property Opened: 1913

Fun Fact: Famous guests included then-actor Ronald Reagan, who stopped at the hotel during a political tour in 1957.

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DoubleTree by Hilton

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Utica
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Utica
Utica, New York

Original Property Opened: 1912

Fun Fact: F.X. Matt Brewing Company held a parade from its brewery to Hotel Utica and officially sold Utica Club, the first beer sold in the United States after prohibition ended on April 7, 1933.

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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Detroit Downtown - Fort Shelby
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Detroit Downtown - Fort Shelby
Detroit, Michigan

Original Property Opened: 1917

Fun Fact: The hotel's name stems from a Colonial-era fort that dates back to the 18th century.

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The Emily Morgan San Antonio - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
The Emily Morgan San Antonio - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
San Antonio, Texas

Original Property Opened: 1924

Fun Fact: The property's namesake, Emily Morgan, is said to be the inspiration for the famous ballad "The Yellow Rose of Texas."

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Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo - a DoubleTree by Hilton
Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo - a DoubleTree by Hilton
Hilo, Hawaii

Original Property Opened: 1939

Fun Fact: Guests enjoy 180 degree views over Hilo's crescent-shaped bay, from Moku Ola, the "healing island," to Mauna Kea, the dormant volcano Native Hawaiians regard as a sacred place.

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Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown
Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown
Portland, Oregon

Original Property Opened: 1912

Fun Fact: There have been two times when a plane has taken off from the roof of the former Multnomah Hotel.

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Hilton Hotels & Resorts

Capital Hilton
Capital Hilton
Washington, District of Columbia

Original Property Opened: 1943

Fun Fact: Built a hidden auto-lift for President Franklin D. Roosevelt to access the second-floor Presidential Ballroom

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Caribe Hilton
Caribe Hilton
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Original Property Opened: 1949

Fun Fact: The Piña Colada was invented and first served at the hotel's Beachcombers Bar on August 15, 1954 by bartender Ramon “Monchito” Marrero.

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The Condado Plaza Hilton
The Condado Plaza Hilton
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Original Property Opened: 1963

Fun Fact: This hotel was designed by renowned architect Morris Lapidus, known for his neo-baroque modern style that defined the era.

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The Drake Hotel
The Drake Hotel
Chicago, Illinois

Original Property Opened: 1920

Fun Fact: The Drake Hotel's Cape Cod restaurant is home to the famous wooden bar where newlyweds Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe hand-carved their initials.

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Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center
Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: The hotel briefly served as the Louisiana State Capitol in 1931 during a power struggle between Governor Huey Long and Lieutenant Governor Paul Cyr.

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Hilton Chicago
Hilton Chicago
Chicago, Illinois

Original Property Opened: 1927

Fun Fact: In 1942, the U.S Army purchased the hotel for $6 million for use as barracks and classrooms for the Army Air Force during World War II.

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Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Cincinnati, Ohio

Original Property Opened: 1931

Fun Fact: The hotel is one of the world’s finest examples of French Art Deco style, and was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City.

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Hilton Fort Worth
Hilton Fort Worth
Fort Worth, Texas

Original Property Opened: 1921

Fun Fact: President Kennedy delivered his last address in the Crystal Ballroom, on November 22, 1963, just hours before his assassination in Dallas.

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Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort
Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort
Honolulu, Hawaii

Original Property Opened: 1957

Fun Fact: The Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort is the setting of Elvis Presley’s famed movie, “Blue Hawaii” (1961).

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Hilton Milwaukee City Center
Hilton Milwaukee City Center
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Original Property Opened: 1928

Fun Fact: The property was once the site of a Potawatomi Indian village at the foot of a steep bluff. A bronze plaque on the Wisconsin Avenue side of the building reminds guests of this fact.

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Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana

Original Property Opened: 1926

Fun Fact: Originally the Masonic Grand Lodge of the Louisiana, this magnificent 20-story Gothic Revival story Neo-Gothic style building was hailed as the first skyscraper in New Orleans.

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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Original Property Opened: 1625

Fun Fact: Housed in a landmark 300-year-old hacienda, three luxury casitas were built within the adobe walls of the original coach house of the estate.

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Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch
Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch
St. Louis, Missouri

Original Property Opened: 1888

Fun Fact: The hotel still houses the original bank vaults of the Merchant Laclede National Bank and are currently utilized as the business center.

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Palmer House®, A Hilton Hotel
Palmer House®, A Hilton Hotel
Chicago, Illinois

Original Property Opened: 1871

Fun Fact: The brownie was invented at the hotel when Bertha Palmer requested a dessert for ladies attending the Chicago 1893 World's Fair.

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The Seelbach Hilton Louisville
The Seelbach Hilton Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky

Original Property Opened: 1905

Fun Fact: This Golden Era landmark inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald to use the location as a backdrop for Tom and Daisy Buchanan’s wedding in the Great Gatsby.

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The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Original Property Opened: 1911

Fun Fact: The hotel provided a safe room for guests to privately drink during the Prohibition era.

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Washington Hilton
Washington Hilton
Washington, District of Columbia

Original Property Opened: 1965

Fun Fact: In 1972, the hotel played host to the first International Conference on Computer Communications which demonstrated new ARPANET technology, one of the progenitors of what was to become the Internet.

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Tapestry Collection by Hilton

The Graham Georgetown
The Graham Georgetown
Washington, DC

Original Property Opened: 1962

Fun Fact: Frank Sinatra was once a hotel regular when it was the Hotel Monticello.

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Hotel Skyler Syracuse, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
Syracuse, New York

Original Property Opened: 1921

Fun Fact: Hotel Skyler is Syracuse's first LEED Platinum certified hotel and the first to join Hilton's new upscale brand, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.

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