A group of 22 hotels have joined Historic Hotels of America. In order to become a member of the organization, hotels must be at least 50 years old and be a member of the National Historic Landmark or be eligible or have a listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The 22 hotels include:

Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square (1890) San Francisco, California

Inn at Diamond Cove+ (1890) Portland, Maine

The Partridge Inn, Curio, A Collection by Hilton (1892) Augusta, Georgia

Sheridan Inn++ (1893) Sheridan, Wyoming

Southernmost House (1896) Key West, Florida

The Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown+ (1897) Chicago, Illinois

Inn at Wise+ (1910) Wise, Virginia

Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown+ (1912) Portland, Oregon

Keswick Hall and Golf Club (1912) Charlottesville, Virginia

Bear Mountain Inn+ (1915) Bear Mountain, New York

Claremont Club & Spa, A Fairmont Hotel (1915) Berkeley, California

LondonHouse Chicago*, Curio, A Collection by Hilton (1923) Chicago, Illinois

The Sam Houston Hotel, Curio, A Collection by Hilton+ (1924) Houston, Texas

The Redmont Hotel Birmingham, Curio, A Collection by Hilton+ (1925)Birmingham, Alabama

La Concha Hotel & Spa (1926) Key West, Florida

The Fairfax at Embassy Row (1927) Washington, DC

Hotel Alex Johnson, Curio, A Collection by Hilton (1928) Rapid City, South Dakota

The Graylyn Estate+ (1932) Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo, a Doubletree by Hilton (1939) Hilo, Hawaii

The Admiral Hotel, Curio, A Collection by Hilton (1940) Mobile, Alabama

Punderson Manor State Park Lodge and Conference Center (1948) Newbury, Ohio

The Whitehall (1963) Houston, Texas

 

Photo courtesy of the Historic Hotels of America

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