French Lick Springs Hotel

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Awards & Accolades

NRHP
2015 Historic Hotels of America Awards of Excellence

Distinctive & Notable

Presidential

Presidential

Art

Art

Tours

Tours

Ghosts

Ghosts

Gardens

Gardens

Established in 1845, French Lick Springs Hotel attracted guests from around the world to experience the “miracle waters” of nearby sulfur springs. Today, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, French Lick Springs Hotel is one of two hotels at French Lick Resort. The hotel has 443 guestrooms and suites, championship golf, including The Pete Dye Course, site of the 2015 Senior PGA Championship and the 2017 and 2018 Senior LPGA Championship, and a 105,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art Meeting and Event Center. The hotel’s Beaux-Arts architecture and ornate masonry were updated in a $600 million restoration project. The lobby and its gold leafing is the hotel’s showpiece, ushering guests into an era known for its peerless luxury.

Location Map

Take a day exploring the natural wonders of the surrounding Hoosier National Forest or hop aboard the French Lick Scenic Railway.

Discover

Discover the gold-leaf trim of the French Lick Springs Hotel.

Explore

Explore nearby Pete Dye Course and play legendary golf.

Experience

Experience the historic mineral waters of the French Lick Springs Hotel.

Taste

Taste some signature tomato juice at 1875: The Steakhouse.

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