All The Vintage Nostalgia – Even if it’s for a night
From grand resorts to retro motels, America is filled with vintage nostalgia. With special guests in the mixture, this edition of I’m just a vintage soul is here to get under the radar of the top 6 historic vintage hotels in America! With plenty to be inspired by, these nostalgic places will take you on a trip to the past.
Alabama, The Battle House | Mobile, AL | Est. 1852
A place with plenty of history. This historic hotel in America was the home of the guest Stephen Douglas in the night that he lost the election to the no more than Abraham Lincoln. Nowadays, with much of its original architecture, it still has a large Tiffany skylight over the Trellis Dining Room
Connecticut, The Spa at Norwich Inn | Norwich, CT | Est. 1930
A charming place for the most collected ones, this tiny spa retreat in Connecticut is a one of a kind place that has plenty of stories to tell. Today, this charming inn has all the luxuries of a well-spent holiday with plenty of opportunities to catch up with you Summer reading and some fresh air!
Colorado, The Strater | Durango, CO | Est. 1887
This four-story property hotel has only the best scenic views to inspire a photoshoot of the stars. With the aura of the old west, The Strater is here to turn your evenings brighter and better with its nightly music that includes ragtime piano players!
Hawaii, The Royal Hawaiian | Honolulu, HI | Est. 1927
The first luxury hotel to open in the breathtaking Hawaii, the resort is a still a sought-after destination after all these years. With 528 luxury room, the prettiest of them all remains the pink one. This one is set to be the one of a kind place to fall in love with.7
Illinois, Palmer House | Chicago, IL | Est. 1871
This American vintage hotel has music on its core. With popular performances such as Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, and Liberace, you will feel the music invade your soul once you put feet into it. Also, this is the birth place of the brownie!
Maine, The Colony Hotel | Kennebunkport, ME | Est. 1914
A landmark in the Main coast for more than 100 years, the three-hundred feet wide hotel is an icon of the country. Guests will find the picture perfect of what vintage is and how it’s still working nowadays.
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