A look at some of the country's most well-known historic hotels--and their unique architecture and decor.
Just outside Charlottesville, Virginia, in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Clifton Inn captures the true spirit of Federal-era hospitality.
Architecturally speaking, there’s not much that can compete with the majestic natural beauty of New Zealand’s South Island. But Otahuna Lodge, a seven-room luxury hotel set amidst the rocky hills south of Christchurch, is a prime contender.
To understand why the Palmer House is so special, you need only enter the lobby.
Hidden architectural gems and custom designs restore the character of an iconic 1920s political hangout.
A collection of charming cottages echoes the French Quarter’s blend of history and culture.
The Moana Surfrider Hotel in Hawaii is a historic hotel.
Pewabic fabricates heirloom quality architectural tiles for public and private installations, gift and commemorative tiles, vessels, gardenware, ornaments and both reproductions and adaptations of its historic designs and offers classes, workshops, lectures, internships and residency programs for studio potters and other artists.