Most magnificent art collections

Historic Hotels Worldwide is known for its members’ grand architecture, colorful gardens, elegant hospitality and romantic settings, and their luxury amenities are often enhanced with museum-quality art collections. Many of the hotels highlighted here exhibit the most magnificent art collections found at historic hotels, and many are committed to supporting art movements and diversity in art.

Raffles Europejski

Hotels of Historic Hotels Worldwide view their art collections as an expression of their hospitality and community values, many collecting with the aim of supporting local or national heritage preservation and local artists. Above all, this is art that is meant to be enjoyed by all who visit. These art collections can be viewed and experienced in furniture, paintings, sculpture, augmented reality, textiles, tablets, fountains and even some hotel buildings that are considered standalone works of art.

From Berlin to Guadalajara to Montreal, Historic Hotels Worldwide lodgings offer guests opportunities to experience a variety of original artwork, from the works of Dutch masters and graffiti artists to Mexican muralists and Pop Art disrupters. These historic hotels are truly museums where you can stay the night.

  • San Clemente Palace Kempinski (1131) Venice, Italy
  • Hotel Hacienda de Abajo (1493) Tazacorte, La Palma, Spain
  • Hotel Maximilian’s (1495) Augsburg, Germany
  • Bernini Palace Hotel (1500) Florence, Italy
  • Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel (1573) Cusco, Peru
  • Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam (1578) Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • DOM Hotel (1600) Rome, Italy
  • Pulitzer Amsterdam (1600s) Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Hacienda de Los Santos (1685) Alamos, Sonora, Mexico
  • Utne Hotel (1722) Hardanger, Norway
  • The Mozart Prague (1770) Prague, Czech Republic
  • Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar (1780) Bagac, Bataan, Philippines
  • Raffles Europejski, Warsaw (1857) Warsaw, Poland
  • Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (1885) Hamilton, Bermuda
  • Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin (1885) Noordwijk, Netherlands
  • Grand Hotel Tremezzo (1910) Como, Italy (pictured above)
  • Hotel Diplomat (1911) Stockholm, Sweden
  • Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris (1928) Paris, France
  • Hôtel Molitor Paris–MGallery by Sofitel (1929) Paris, France
  • Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa (1933) Lisbon, Portugal
  • SO/ Berlin Das Stue (1938) Berlin, Germany
  • Lysebu (1946) Oslo, Norway
  • Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth (1958) Montreal, Quebec Canada
  • Hotel de Mendoza (1968) Guadalajara, Mexico
  • The Murray Hong Kong (1969) Hong Kong, China

“Discover and experience the many magnificent art collections located within Historic Hotels Worldwide,” said Lawrence Horwitz, EVP, Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide. “Support for artists and endowments to acquire and sustain art collections has been a tradition of many of the founders and builders of historic hotels; fortunately, this tradition continues through the dedication of current ownership and their passion for making it easy for guests of these iconic and legendary hotels to experience some of the finest art collections in the world—while staying at a historic hotel.”

Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam
San Clemente Palace Kempinski
Hôtel Molitor Paris–MGallery by Sofitel

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  1. Thank you so very much for posting the ‘Art’ awards by Historic Hotels Worldwide. Our resort is nearly off the ‘radar’ due to its remote location, so we appreciate it greatly when publications write about Hacienda de los Santos Resort and Spa in Mexico.