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1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa - Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Perched above the Victorian village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas is the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa, a palatial structure built of Arkansas limestone by Irish stonemasons at a cost of $284,000. When the "Grand Old Lady of the Ozarks" opened, the railroad had reached the village, bringing in thousands of tourists eager to sample the healing waters of the local springs.
Inn at Carnal Hall - Fayetteville, Arkansas
Thanks to the impressive efforts of dedicated preservationists, an Arkansas landmark has been reborn. Originally built in 1905, Carnall Hall was the first women's dormitory built in the state. The building was designed by noted Arkansas architect Charles Thompson and named for Ella Carnall, one of the first female professors at the University of Arkansas.
The Eldridge Hotel - Lawrence, Kansas
The Eldridge Hotel is the only business in town still operating on the corner where it stood before Kansas was admitted to the Union. The original building on this site was the Free State Hotel, built in 1855 but then attacked and burned to the ground in 1856.
The Raphael Hotel - Kansas City, Missouri
Originally constructed in 1927 as the Villa Serena Apartments, the building was transformed into the Raphael Hotel in 1975 following a renovation that faithfully preserved historically significant features while providing for the needs of contemporary travelers.
Hotel Ambassador - Tulsa, Oklahoma
During Oklahoma's oil boom years, a number of Tulsa's wealthy citizens made the Ambassador Hotel their temporary home while building mansions and estates in neighboring Maple Ridge. Built in 1929, the grand ten-story Mediterranean hotel reopened in 1999 following a multi-million dollar restoration and renovation.
The Atherton - Stillwater, Oklahoma
The Atherton at Oklahoma State University is a Georgian-style gem that originally opened in 1951 as the Union Club. Boasting the latest in comfort and convenience, it even offered ice water on tap in every room. Over the past fifty years, the beloved property has hosted countless alumni and visitors and served as the backdrop for cherished family traditions and memorable events.
The Driskill - Austin, Texas
Built in 1886 to serve as the Frontier Palace of the South in Texas' capital city. For more than a century, The Driskill has played host to dignitaries, heads of state, lobbyists, legislators and opportunists, as well as to rising socialites, honeymooners and travelers just passing through.
The LaSalle - Bryan, Texas
Located in the heart of downtown Bryan at Main and 27th Streets The LaSalle was completed in 1928. Now owned by the city of Bryan, the hotel underwent a $6 million renovation and reopened in 2000.
The Stoneleigh - Dallas, Texas
Built in 1923, The Stoneleigh is a Dallas landmark that blends old-world charm with uptown style and offers the personalized service of a European-style hotel. The Stoneleigh has never closed its doors, and the sign atop the hotel has been glowing since 1938.
The Stockyards - Ft. Worth, Texas
The Stockyards Hotel was built in 1906-07 by Col. Thomas Marion Thannisch, one of North Fort Worth's early developers. Thannisch expanded the building in 1913. The Stockyards Hotel was completely renovated in 1984 and again in 1996.