41. South Dakota
Hotel Alex Johnson is named after the builder, Alex Johnson, the former Vice President of the Chicago and North Western Railroad. He built the hotel in the late 1920s. Alfred Hitchcock, Eva Marie Saint, and Cary Grant all stayed there in the 1950s.
The Peabody Hotel was originally built in 1869 and hosted Andrew Johnson and William McKinley. It was renovated and reopened in 1981. It is famous for the ducks that live on the rooftop and swim in the hotel fountain.
The founder of Anheuser-Busch, Adolphus Busch, opened the Dallas hotel named after him in 1912. The Adolphus is rumored to have a haunted 19th floor. Many U.S. Presidents have stayed there and even Queen Elizabeth II.
Utah has the Grand America Hotel and it is huge. It has 775 rooms and 24 floors. Their spa is one of the best and the snowy mountain views are amazing.
The Inn at Shelburne Farms is not only a hotel but a working farm that started in the late 1800s. The Inn Restaurant has fresh food that comes straight from the farm.
The Jefferson Hotel boasts a Spanish Baroque style and was opened in 1895. Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, and several U.S. Presidents have all stayed here.
In downtown Seattle, the Mayflower Park Hotel was built in 1927 and is right next to a shopping mall for those who love to shop! Thee independently owned hotel recently celebrated 90 years in business.
48. West Virginia
The Greenbrier is located in the mountains of West Virginia and has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark. Built in 1778, they have had many updates and now have an off-road Jeep trail for more adventurous guests.
The Pfister Hotel has lots of Victorian artwork and even an art gallery. The views of Lake Michigan are just as gorgeous as the art.
There is an old hotel in Yellowstone National Park called the Old Faithful Inn. It has been there since 1904 and is the largest log structure in the world.
Have you been to any of these amazing hotels? Which ones are on your bucket list?
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