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Staying in a hotel is part of going on vacation, but you want one that enhances your stay. These hotels allow you to go back in time, which adds a great new layer to your trip.
Located in Desert Hot Springs, California, the Hotel Lautner features a classic mid-century modern feel.
If you love “Gone with the Wind,” you’ll love stepping back in time by staying here. The decor and ambience are both reminiscent of the plantation era.
This hotel in New Orleans looks much the same as it did when it opened back in 1886 and is a Beaux Arts splendor.
Beverly Hills Hotel
Next time you’re in Beverly Hills, stay here for a step back in the 1040s, which is evident by the decor.
This New York landmark harks back to the Jazz Age, with its decor and its Fitzgerald Suite.
Dunton Hot Springs
If you find yourself in Dolores, Colorado, a stay here lets you take a step back into the Wild West era of the state.
Located in Miami/Coral Gables, this hotel was a favorite of the Vanderbilts, mobsters and the Roosevelts. You’ll find many old style amentities here.
Kettle Falls Hotel
This historic hotel is near the Canadian border in Minnesota and will take you straight back to the early 1900s.
Old Faithful Inn
As the name implies, this hotel is in Yellowstone National Park and is the largest log hotel in the world.
Located on Grand Mackinac Island in Michigan, the Grand Hotel was once the stomping ground of Mark Twain and hasn’t changed much since it opened in 1887.