HISTORIC CLASSIFICATIONS ORIGINAL HOTEL This property was originally built as a hotel. While it may have been used for other purposes since then, it is currently being used for overnight accommodations. HISTORIC CONVERSION This property has been converted from its original “opening day” use to its current use as a lodging establishment, but has retained its historic character. PROPERTY TYPES INN Full-service lodging establishment characterized by its relatively smaller physical scale, intimate ambiance, and cordial and attentive service. HOTEL Full-service lodging establishment characterized by timeless ambiance and catering to the business and leisure traveler. RESORT Full-service lodging destination with a diverse variety of amenities, activities, and entertainment on site. DÉCOR STYLE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR Reflects the hotel’s architectural style or relates to the period in which the building was built. CONTEMPORARY DÉCOR A modern re-interpretation of traditional design elements not dictated by the building’s architectural style or period. BLENDED DÉCOR Marries contemporary enhancements with traditional elements of the building’s architectural style or period. SERVICE STYLE CHARMING Friendly service, casual ambiance, comfortable accommodation. CLASSIC Gracious service, inspiring spaces, superior accommodation. LUXURIOUS Exceptional service, refined atmosphere, grand accommodation. ARCHITECTURAL CLASSIFICATION Each hotel in the collection has been carefully classified by its particular architectural style. Look on the property page for the specific designations. This logo indicates members of Historic Hotels Worldwide. This icon indicates that the hotel participates in a minimum of three of the following practices: recycling, energy and water conservation, organic cleaning products, and/or is green-certified. National Trust for Historic Preservation members save up to 30% off on best available rates at more than 200 participating historic hotels.
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