Many Historic Hotels Worldwide member hotels are surrounded by challenging golf courses, captivating outdoor activities, and inspiring wonders of nature.
Majestically standing atop a hill, Deogarh Mahal is an imposing palace boasting a commanding view of the Aravalli mountain range, lakes, and countryside. With its gray battlements, domes, turrets, jharokhas, and huge gateways, Deogarh Mahal is a stunning sight from the the village below.
Deep in Tehri Garhwal in the heart of a majestic Himalayan mountain range dwells Ananda in the Himalayas. Housed among the mythological Sal forest with views of the Ganga drifting in the distance, Ananda provides a spiritual retreat, committed to the traditional Indian practices of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Vendanta, creating harmony between mind, body, and soul, and complementing the ethereal natural beauty that surrounds this serene area.
Once ruled by royalty, engulfed in grand traditions, and spectacular in design and hertiage, the Devi Garh fort palace is an enchanting hotel, literally a treasure using local marbles and semi-precious stones throughout its thoughtfully distinguished decor. Surrounded by the mystical Aravali Hills, this regal 18th century palace watches over the village of Delwara, as the opulent symbol where majesty of heritage meet contemporary luxuries.
El Castillo is a family owned, eco-sustainable 5-star hotel/training center, built following a 3-year refurbishment of a 19th century castle.
In the heart of the Inca city, Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel is the essence of luxury and comfort built in a colonial mansion of the 16th century, displaying several paintings of the Cuzco school, colonial sculptures, and carvings that transport guests to a time of brilliant extravagance.
Built next to the majestic Vilcanota River, in the mystical landscape of the Incas on the route to Machu Picchu, Aranwa Sacred Valley is composed from a restored hacienda decorated in Colonial style inviting the magical balance of the ancient Inca culture and modern sumptuousness in the peaceful haven of the Huayllabamba district.
Royally perched on magnificent ancient cliffs that soar more than 400 meters above the Mediterranean Sea, the exquisite Chateau Eza welcomes guests to a fairytale enchantment filled with mesmerizing views of the shimmering sea, charmed furnishings and antiques, and dreamlike embellishments and trappings – all tucked away in a magical 1000-year-old medieval village.
Dromoland Castle Hotel was described in 1837 as “a superb edifice in the castellated style…surrounded by an extensive and richly wooded demesne.” Another admirer described it in 1855 as “built entirely of dark blue limestone, and in fine chiseled workmanship.” The cost of cutting and hauling its stone, although quarried on the estate itself, was enormous.
Originally built in 1798, converted from Queen Anne stables, Rathsallagh House is a romantic countryside manor amid 530 acres of serene green fields, designated by a lush walled garden. Surrounded by the world-class Rathsallagh Golf Club, Rathsallagh House is an intimate property, boasting 29 unique guestrooms, an award-winning dining room serving an updated Irish country-style cooking, and intimate venues for weddings, board meetings, and other private events.
Unspoiled lakes and rambling hills and mountains create the foundation for this ancient land that holds the secrets of thousands of years – of megalithic tombs, ring forts, and chants of an Iron Age people of a forgotten time. These misty waters shroud the secrets of clan battles, skirmishes for rights, and long lost loves that over time turned to words on a poet’s page.
A stunning mile-long avenue crossing the River Unshin and winding through ancient woods and deer pastures leads to the enormous front door of Coopershill House, an 18th-century luxury countryside hotel on a 500-acre private estate in the heart of County Sligo, Ireland.
Built in 1450, Ballymaloe House is a renowned Irish country house hotel and restaurant owned and run by the Allen family for over 40 years. Situated on a beautiful 400 acre estate in rural East Cork, Ballymaloe House offers a warm welcome, tastefully decorated guestrooms and cottages, and award-winning cuisine which celebrates the best of local, seasonal produce.
Immersed in the beauty of Lake Como offering a spectacular view of the glorious ancient town of Bellagio, and the surrounding Alps, the century old Grand Hotel Tremezzo is a treasured example of the finest authentic Italian-liberty Art Nouveau palaces. With period furnishings, intricate in detail, and unparalleled views, Grand Hotel Tremezzo envelopes the decadent ambiance throughout the walls and invites a sensation of harmony and tranquility.
Dating back from 1311, Kasteel Daelenbroeck was the brainchild of Godfried van Heinsberg, Lord of Wassenberg who dreamed of building a castle in the marshland, at the time, known as broeck. What was once a relatively uninhabited land became a thriving community surrounding the castle and remains enchanting as ever.
Amid the vibrant gardens and crisp ponds in the charming village of Hierden, Netherlands, Kasteel de Essenburgh is a treasured historic estate with romantic elements. Built in 1652, the castle was originally built as a personal residence occupied by wealthy families for centuries until the mid 20th century.
Originally built in 1903 as the personal residence and hunting lodge of Baron Jan Jacob Luden, Landgoed Jachtslot de Mookerheide is a luxury historic hotel surrounded by a thick green forest reminiscent of a classic romantic fairytale setting. Constructed in an Art Nouveau architectural style, the castle has been carefully restored to feature original fixings of the structure and beautifully detailed interior.
Originally a modest guesthouse built in a classic Swiss style, the Kvikne family has owned and managed Kviknes Hotel for over 135 years. As the first known hotel in the Sognefjord, Kviknes Hotel is a fine example of warm traditional Norwegian hospitality and service. Situated on the Sognefjord, in the center of Balestrand, Kviknes Hotel offers a astonishing view of the mountains and sea inviting a breathtaking experience.
Known as the "fairytale hotel," Dalen Hotel in Telemark is built in a grand, romantic style adorned with dragonheads, turrets, spires, cornices, towers, and balconies. Its lavish architecture was inspired by traditional stave churches from the Middle Ages.
As one of the few remaining Functionalist-style buildings in Norway, Strand Hotel Fevik is a leading venue for luxury vacations and functions. In complete harmony with its peaceful surroundings, a stay at Strand Hotel Fevik affords beautiful views of the ocean and rolling dunes.
Offering the serenity and refreshing escape of the countryside, Losby Gods Hotel dates back 300 years to the lucrative timber trade. A large estate comprised of three factories, Losby Gods is a beautiful mid-19th century property featuring its own golf facility with two courses, a driving range, and tennis courts.
Originally the farm of wealthy businessman Christen Fretheim, Fretheim Hotel began operations in 1870 as a modest posting inn for visiting fisherman. Located on the Flåmselva river, highly populated with salmon and trout, Fretheim Hotel quickly became a choice destination for anglers and nature enthusiasts, quickly demanding expansion.
Grotli Høyfjellshotel is a carefully preserved mountain lodge dating back to the 1860s. Whether they spend the day skiing, hiking, sightseeing or in quiet repose, guests at the historic hotel enjoy the inviting warmth of the original timber walls and authentic antique furnishings reminiscent of a bygone era.
Comprised of several beautiful historic buildings in Kalvag, Norway, Knutholmen Hotell lends insight to the rich maritime heritage of the renowned fishing village that remains a celebrated destination today. While celebrating its fishing and seaside culture, the hotel affords the setting to explore the majestic mountain and forest surroundings of Kalvag.
For over 350 years, Sundvolden Hotel has been the choice historic experience for tradesmen, farmers, artists, royalty and travelers from the furthest corners of the globe. Offering 257 spacious guestrooms and creative and comforting cuisine at the property's a la carte restaurant Anno 1648, Sundvolden Hotel is a luxury retreat rich in heritage and tradition.
A gem hidden snuggled at the foot of towering snow peaks and the majestic cliffs of Lom, Fossheim Turisthotell is a charming third-generation family owned historic hotel proud of its cultural heritage and longstanding values of hospitality. While secluded, Lom is a breathtaking town, rich in tradition, with a picturesque backdrop only rivaled by the service at Fossheim Turisthotell.
Ideally situated on the Vefsna riverside in the center of Norway within Mosjøen, Fru Haugans Hotel has been a women-run retreat since 1885 offering warm hospitality and excellent service. Strolling around the hotel is a journey through time, where the rich history of Norway is exhibited. A beautiful location at the end of the picturesque Sjøgata street, Fru Haugans Hotel has holds the distinction of being Northern Norway’s oldest preserved adjoining wooden buildings.
A history rich in entertaining and generous hospitality, Hotell Refsnes Gods has earned its reputation as a choice destination to experience tranquil luxury on the Jeloy island in Moss, Norway, just an hour outside of Oslo. Originally a lavish private residence, Hotell Refsnes Gods was frequented by luminaries and dignitaries that have left their mark on the property, including artists Edvard Munch who inspired The Munch Restaurant and King Oscar II who is celebrated by the historic King Hall.
Hotel Union Øye is a historic gem, situated in a peaceful village on Hjørundfjord with the Sunnmøre Alps towering all around. Dating from 1891, the property is a historical journey in itself with authentic rooms, all named after royal and dignified guests, with rich and traditional decorations.
Originally an intimate escape for merchant princes to revitalize creative notions, Solstrand Hotel & Bad was built in 1896 by Christian Michelsen, who later became the first prime minister of Norway after gaining independence from Sweden in 1905. Today, Solstrand Hotel is run by the fourth-generation of the Schau-Larsen family and remains a holiday resort offering the its original wooden architecture affording the rich natural and cultural landscape that surrounds it.
Originally built by Magnus Poulsson during World War I, Lysebu Hotel was used as a personal residence for Norwegian ship owner Anton Fredrik Kaveness. After the World War II, Lysebu was donated to The Danish-Norwegian Cooperation Fund in appreciation of the food aid Norway received from Denmark during German occupation.
Dating back to the 1400s, Nermo Hotell & Apartments was originally a modest guesthouse among a potato and grain farm for fishermen and hunters seeking adventure among the valleys of Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen. Today, the property offers 32 spacious and comfortable guestrooms and 53 apartments featuring magnificent soaring views of the valley and Oyer mountains.
Originally a lodging network and hub for migrating fishermen, Reine Rorbuer is a unique luxury historic hotel comprised of a village of charming private multi-room wooden cabins, outdoor facilities, and small shops and services. Fully-restored and rich in heritage, highlighting the original buildings that were once used by anglers in the 18th century, Reine Rorbuer is located in the Lofoten archipelago affording beautiful views of the Norwegian Sea and lush mountain peaks.
As today's largest hotel amid the mountain ranges of Norway, Roros Hotel started from humble beginnings. The property was established in 1951 and began as a hopeful endeavor to boost the city of Roros' economy after the downfall of the copper mining industry. Today, the spacious and comfortable 156 guestrooms and suites, premier meeting venues, and popular restaurants and bars are proof of the venture's success.
Named after King Carl IV of Sweden and Norway, idyllically situated in the center of the whaling and recreational town of Sandefjord, Hotel Kong Carl has been a luxury lodging establishment since 1721, with the building dating back to 1690 making it the oldest structure in town.
Majestically situated in the heart of treasured Telemark is Seljord Hotell. With its proximity to magnificent area attractions, both cultural and natural, historic Seljord Hotell is the perfect oasis for travelers visiting the enchanting Telemark area.
With front row seats to the North Sea, Sola Strand Hotel has been an idyllic example of the perfect beach vacation for decades. The interior of the property transports guests to a historic life at sea with the floors and walls lined and decorated by materials of old vessels. Sola Strand Hotel has thrived through occupation during World War II and nearly a century of careful preservation.
Originally a postal inn accommodating travelers following the mail route, Stalheim Hotel was built in 1750 with humble amenities and only 20 beds. With centuries of experience, renovation, and expansion, Stalheim Hotel today is a family-run business boasting 124 comfortable guestrooms, a delicious restaurant and bar, and meeting spaces, all with expansive panoramic views of the breathtaking Nærøyfjord and Nærøy Valley.
Tucked in Svolvær harbor on the Lofoten Islands, Anker Brygge is where a historic setting meets modern luxury. Visitors to the enchanting Lofoten Islands take in the spectacular Nordic seascapes, fresh air, and dramatic mountains while soaking up Norwegian history in Anker Brygge's carefully restored cabins.
Built in 1845, in the heart of a park on the Oslo fjord coastline, Engo Gard has been an idyllic country inn since the twenties. Originally known as Pihls Pensjonat, the modest guesthouse was slowly expanded and restored to great the luxury historic hotel it stands today. Engo Gard has converted its property to house 44 guestrooms, a renown restaurant with private wine cellar, and other exciting facilities.
One of the oldest hotels in Norway, the iconic Utne Hotel opened its doors to guests in 1722. With its intricate decorative details and collection of antique treasures, entering the historic hotel is like living in a history book.
A restored fishing warehouse, Hotel Brosundet is a Art Nouveau escape combining a charming nautical design with contemporary fixings complete with a converted lighthouse suite. Situated in the small fishing and boating village of Ålesund, the property offers 47 guestrooms incorporating the original wooden floors and panels, and exposed brick exuding an authentic seaside experience.
Rich in heritage, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is an urban resort, nestled in the hart of Old Quebec, that seduces with its historic charm, distinctive elegance, world-class hospitality and magic touch. Once the site of personal residence of the English and French governors, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac stands high on Cap Diamant, overlooking the majestic St. Lawrence River.
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