FROM SEA TO

SHINING SEA

 

Surround yourself with enduring American spirit in these historic hotels across the nation.

FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA

 

Surround yourself with enduring American spirit in these historic hotels across the nation.

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A WALK THROUGH THE PAST

From its colonial heritage to battles of the American Revolution, Boston is steeped in history. Follow the Freedom Trail, a well-marked path connecting important sites in the fight for independence — including the site of the Boston Massacre and Faneuil Hall, host of America’s first town meeting. Position yourself at Fairmont Copley Plaza, an iconic Boston property that first opened its doors in 1912 and puts you in close proximity to the Boston Public Library and Boston Commons.

LIVING  CLASSROOM 

In our nation’s capital, you could turn the lens entirely on the most famous landmarks like Arlington National Cemetery and the Lincoln Memorial. Or dig deeper into the city’s treasures as you uncover tales of espionage at the International Spy Museum, step into the dazzling Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery, and see an incredible bonsai tree that survived the bombing of Hiroshima and now lives at the U.S. National Arboretum. In between explorations, a stay at The Hay Adams envelopes you in history and culture.

THE  AMERICAN  WEST

From the original Wild West gold-mining town to a modern city, Denver has always owned its unique personality. See how past and present converge at Denver Union Station, the 1914 Beaux-Arts train station that has been repurposed as a dining and shopping destination. The boutique Hotel Teatro, a 20th-century Renaissance Revival structure originally built as a historic Tramway Building, brings together the best of Denver — from spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains to on-site concierges specializing in craft beer and charcuterie.

 HISTORY  BY THE BAY

San Francisco’s most iconic settings still exude a local flair, whether it’s picnicking alongside families in Golden Gate Park or strolling through the bustle of Fisherman’s Wharf. Hear echoes of the past from the moment you enter the Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco — a classic retreat since 1875 when it was the city’s first premier luxury hotel. Even after restorations through the ages, the property continues to embrace elements of the Gilded Age and pays homage to its original splendor throughout.

A WALK THROUGH THE PAST

From its colonial heritage to battles of the American Revolution, Boston is steeped in history. Follow the Freedom Trail, a well-marked path connecting important sites in the fight for independence — including the site of the Boston Massacre and Faneuil Hall, host of America’s first town meeting. Position yourself at Fairmont Copley Plaza, an iconic Boston property that first opened its doors in 1912 and puts you in close proximity to the Boston Public Library and Boston Commons.

LIVING CLASSROOM

In our nation’s capital, you could turn the lens entirely on the most famous landmarks like Arlington National Cemetery and the Lincoln Memorial. Or dig deeper into the city’s treasures as you uncover tales of espionage at the International Spy Museum, step into the dazzling Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery, and see an incredible bonsai tree that survived the bombing of Hiroshima and now lives at the U.S. National Arboretum. In between explorations, a stay at The Hay Adams envelopes you in history and culture.

THE AMERICAN WEST

From the original Wild West gold-mining town to a modern city, Denver has always owned its unique personality. See how past and present converge at Denver Union Station, the 1914 Beaux-Arts train station that has been repurposed as a dining and shopping destination. The boutique Hotel Teatro, a 20th-century Renaissance Revival structure originally built as a historic Tramway Building, brings together the best of Denver — from spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains to on-site concierges specializing in craft beer and charcuterie.

 HISTORY  BY THE BAY

San Francisco’s most iconic settings still exude a local flair, whether it’s picnicking alongside families in Golden Gate Park or strolling through the bustle of Fisherman’s Wharf. Hear echoes of the past from the moment you enter the Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco — a classic retreat since 1875 when it was the city’s first premier luxury hotel. Even after restorations through the ages, the property continues to embrace elements of the Gilded Age and pays homage to its original splendor throughout.