Twenty-two hotels have been inducted into the Historic Hotels of America, a prestigious organization that honors hotels serving guests for generations. The hotels newly inducted represent 16 states and Washington, D.C., with the oldest hotel dating back to 1890.
The new hotels inducted include:
– Admiral Hotel, Mobile (1940)
– Redmont Hotel Birmingham, Birmingham (1925)
– La Concha Hotel & Spa, Key West (1926)
– Partridge Inn, Augusta (1892)
– Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo, Hilo (1939)
– LondonHouse, Chicago (1923)
– Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown, Chicago (1897)
– Inn at Diamond Cove, Portland (1890)
– Bear Mountain Inn, Bear Mountain (1915)
– Graylyn Estate, Winston-Salem (1932)
– Punderson Manor State Park Lodge and Conference Center, Newbury (1948)
– Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown, Portland (1912)
– Hotel Alex Johnson, Rapid City (1928)
– Sam Houston Hotel, Houston (1924)
– The Whitehall, Houston (1963)
– Inn at Wise, Wise (1910)
– Keswick Hall and Golf Club, Charlottesville (1912)
– Fairfax at Embassy Row (1927)
– Sheriden Inn, Sheriden (1893)
Of the historic hotels inducted, eight are listed in the National Register of Historic Places and one is designated as a National Historic Landmark. Nine of the properties were formerly not hotels, including those converting from an army barracks and a chocolate factory.
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