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Historic hotels are great for couples and families

There's nothing like the charm of a historic hotel to create a certain ambience for that special getaway with your Significant Other. The stately, often ornate architecture and just the sense of history separate these hotels from the rest of the pack.

Washington state and the Pacific Northwest are blessed with a number of historic hotels, each unique in its own way. Whether it's a mountain retreat or an excursion to the coast, chances are you can find a historic hotel to enjoy for at least part of your trip. They can be great for couples and often are fun family getaways as well.

Here are a few examples of historic hotels in Washington.

Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center Walla Walla is a popular wine region 1in Washington that also happens to have one of the state's most luxurious historic hotels -- The Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center.

It's a landmark in Walla Walla and features 133 luxurious guest rooms and suites that are just ideal for that special getaway. The hotel also has an award-winning restaurant as well as six wine-tasting rooms.

The Marcus Whitman was built in the late 1920's and was considered the finest hotel for hundreds of miles. The hotel drew presidents, celebrities and dignitaries with its elegant rooms, friendly service and famous restaurant.

Eventually it fell into a state of disrepair but, in 1999, the hotel was completely restored to the opulence of its early days. This fit perfectly with the burgeoning wine industry in Walla Walla. Today, wine-lovers can enjoy visiting this uniqaue hotel while touring the many wineries in the region.

For more information, please visit www.marcuswhitmanhotel.com or phone 866- 826-9422.
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