If you’re looking for historic hotel reviews, you’ve come to the right place. The historic gems listed here are not just places to rest your head; they are portals to another era, brimming with charm, character, and captivating stories.

For those familiar with me as an award-winning historical fiction author, it’s no secret that I have a passion for experiencing history firsthand. I hope you do, too!

Whether you’re an avid history enthusiast, a lover of architectural marvels, or are simply someone seeking a unique and memorable stay, these historic hotels offer plenty of modern amenties along with an authentic vintage vibe.

I hope this list helps you discover the magic of America’s historic hotels, where the past meets the present in both an entertaining and educational way.

(A “πŸ›” symbol signifies the hotel is listed on the Historic Hotels of America).

Some of these hotels provided my room at no charge, but the opinions are still my own.

A Few Of my Favorite Historic Hotels


List of Historic Hotel Reviews

πŸ› The Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, VA

The Thayer Hotel at West Point, NY

πŸ› The General Morgan Inn: Greeneville, TN

πŸ› Mohonk Mountain House: New Paltz, NY

The Inn At Solvang: Huntingdon, PA

The Inn At Solvang: Huntingdon, PA

πŸ› Nottoway Plantation: White Castle, LA

The Cracked Mug Guesthouse: Monhegan Island, Maine

πŸ› Historic Hotel Bethlehem

The Guild House: Boutique Hotel In Philadelphia

Welbourne Inn In Middleburg, VA

106 Jefferson Hotel In Huntsville, AL

El Rancho Hotel In Gallop, NM

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