Historic Hotels of America preserves the authenticity of America's most prominent lodging addresses and offers visitors a richer travel experience Our diverse selection of hotels, inns, and resorts are the perfect locations to create lasting memories with the people who mean the most to you. Historic hotels are wonderful places to discover meaningful familial ties while reuniting with loved ones. Walk the hallowed grounds on which both Union and Confederate soldiers marched and fought during this tumultuous period in history. Explore the many Historic Hotels of America that either played a significant role in the Civil War or have paid tribute to that period. It was an early summer day in at the French Lick Springs Hotel when Chef Louis Perrin entered his kitchen ready to prepare the morning meal for a crowd of guests at The Springs Restaurant.
French Lick Cabins at Patoka Lake Village in Southern Indiana
How was beautiful and had a lot of history. Rooms were very clean. Overall, there wasn't much to do on a blustery Fall afternoon except go to the casino and breathe second hand smoke. Almost everything was overpriced. The hotel was beautiful. It has been updated nicely, but you can still see the "history" in everything.
We did not stay at the hotel However, we have eaten at the buffet several times. We have found it to have a wonderful fresh selection of food We thought the prices were fair for the amount of choices and freshness we observed.
A famous old time hotel rebuilt with a casino added on in a small town setting. Great place to relax outside of a big city setting. Great Hawaiian restaurant nearby, horse stables on property, golf etc.