From the Big Easy to the City of Lights, you'll find a Historic Hotel Worldwide property in almost every major historic destination. Whether you favor Chicago or San Francisco, Madrid or London, our hotels are right where you want them. Experience the excitement of these authentic locations where American history was written and where it continues to grow.
Originally entertaining the dignified members and notable visitors of Club Francés, a community of prominent French-born residents of Buenos Aires, Hotel Club Francés Buenos Aires is a distinguished establishment reminiscent of a Parisan townhouse consecrating its dynamic history symbolizing the French and Argentine alliance.
Amid the enchanting surroundings of the historic, UNESCO-protected center of one of Europe’s best preserved Hanseatic cities, on the site of a former Dominican monastery dating back to the year 1234, lies the luxury Flanders Hotel - Hampshire Classic. Opening its doors to guests since 1905, the former Grand Hotel Verriest was a modest lodging choice serving travelers from around the world seeking experiences at The Venice of the North.
Within sight of the Tuileries Gardens, and just moments from the Parisan icon and treasure, the Louvre, Hotel Regina offers the ultimate in French sophistication and decadence. Surrounded by all of the finest offers of Paris, this Art Nouveau property is firmly anchored in the history of Paris that's reflected in its interior's intricate woodwork and designer lighting.
Between Milan’s famed Piazza del Duomo and world renowned La Scala Theatre lies Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, glass-domed arcade and national monument home to Town House 8, an intimate and luxurious, 11-guestroom retreat. Nestled amid fashion powerhouses Prada, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, and the historic Biffi Caffè, Town House 8 is an unparalleled boutique hotel boasting one-of-a-kind guestrooms, the acclaimed cuisine of La Sinfonia Restaurant, and nearly 150 years of history.
Originally built in 1882, Amsterdam American Hotel blends the Art Deco, Viennese Renaissance, and Art Nouveau architectural styles that translate into a unique and enchanting property. Situated in the heart of Amsterdam, in the bustling Leidseplein square, Amsterdam American Hotel is central to the historic and cultural attractions that have popularized and illuminated the city.
Situated on the beautiful Prinsengracht canal, in the iconically romantic city of Amsterdam, Hotel Seven one Seven was originally the personal residence of a wealthy sugar trader. The hotel's history and charm is confirmed by the magnificent facade of the property, only to be rivaled by its glorious interiors, which upon first glance highlights the elegant marble floors and solid oak staircase.
In the heart of The Hague, comprised of three 17th century buildings, Hotel Corona is a historic property boasting an exciting combination of comfort and luxury. While founded in the early 18th century, the hotel did not receive international acclaim until major stockholder and brewing tycoon Freddy Heineken renamed the lodging facility to Hotel Corona and began extensive restoration and renovation.
Established in 2002, Restaurant Savarin was opened at the border of The Hauge, in Rijswijk, before expanding nine years later into a what is now the luxurious and historic Hotel & Spa Savarin. Featuring over 34 magnificent guestrooms and suites, Hotel & Spa Savarin affords comfort, style, and excellent service.
Located in the heart of Bergen, Grand Terminus has offered luxury Norwegian accommodations since 1928. With 131 charming guestrooms and several banquet rooms, Grand Terminus is a popular venue for weddings and events. Originally built by renowned architects Fredrik Arnesen and Arthur Darre Kårbø, the property’s design was awarded with the prestigious architectural Hauen Fonds Diploma.
Built in 1909, Hotel Augustin is a colorful Art Nouveau property owned by the Smørås family. Originally a local watering hole, Hotel Augustin has taken many forms before becoming the luxury property in Bergen, Norway it stands today. Offering 113 spacious and comfortable guestrooms and suites, Hotel Augustin takes pride in its variety and excellent hospitality.
Majestically situated in the center of historic Trondheim, just minutes from Nidaros Cathedral, Britannia Hotel is just off the town's popular shopping and sightseeing street North. Britannia Hotel, with its central location makes it an ideal base for shopping and sightseeing.
The hotel facilities include restaurant and bar, two daylight conference rooms, sauna, steam and fitness rooms and an elegant cigar room, all of those places being Art Deco masterpieces.
Built in 1905, The Scotsman Hotel is an imposing building commanding the Edinburgh skyline and boasting breathtaking views of the city's most iconic landmarks. Formally the Scotsman Newspaper building, the property was converted into The Scotsman Hotel while carefully preserving the intricate structural details, including the Italian marble staircase, stunning oak paneling, imposing marble pillars, and ornate ceilings.
Inspired by American Founding Father, Thomas Jefferson, The Jefferson, Washington, DC is a historic hotel illustrating and celebrating its namesake throughout its design and character. Blending distinct European and Washingtonian styles with America's past and modern luxuries, the stately Beaux Arts hotel was built in 1923, originally constructed as a luxury residential building, home to the city's elite.
An icon in midtown Atlanta, Georgia, nestled on the historic Peachtree Street across the street from the fabulous Fox Theatre, the Georgian Terrace is a luxury hotel affording exquisite accommodations and excellent service.
Old World elegance meets modern day grandeur at The Plaza. A timeless landmark framed by the world’s most extraordinary cultural and historical experiences, guests will find this luxury hotel to be a lavish oasis amid thriving city life.
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