Step Inside Some of the World's Most Historic Hotels
From Aspen to the Bahamas, these 11 stately properties feature centuries of history
Though few may argue that traveling is more about experiencing a city than it is about enjoying the hotel, some would beg to differ. After all, a hotel—whether it’s a boutique architectural relic with no more than 20 guest rooms, or a sprawling space boasting more than one resident restaurant—has much more to offer than simply a place to spend the night. And, as much as jet-setters and locals alike appreciate a sleek, new build with all of the luxuries of an ultra-contemporary resort, there’s something refreshing—and even grounding—about living within walls that have been standing for centuries. Luckily, there’s no shortage of historic hotels across the world.