The Legendary Hotel Elysée: Last Home of Tennessee Williams

by Jessica Monk Despite witnessing the color and culture shock of the twentieth century, the atmosphere at the Hotel Elysée […]

Jedediah Hawkins Inn: Historic Charm on Long Island’s North Fork

By Literary Traveler About 80 miles east of Manhattan you’ll find the North Fork of Long Island — a cozy […]

A Night in the Library: Gladstone’s Library, Wales

By Jack Callahan For the literary traveler, finding an accommodation that fits both your budget and the theme of your […]

Lake Placid: The Earth Friendly Getaway

By Francis McGovern Earlier this spring, Literary Traveler had the chance to visit Lake Placid for an Earth Day Celebration. […]

Hotel du Cap: Literary Luxury on the French Riviera

By Ali Pinero As I stepped off the bus in the south of France, I was welcomed by an endless […]

Hotel du Pont Royal: Paris, France

By Kelsey Liebenson-Morse “There is never any ending to Paris, and the memory of each person who has lived in it […]

The Hotel Monteleone: New Orleans Literary Landmark

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse Everybody is nothing until you love them. –Tennessee Williams, The Rose Tattoo The Hotel Chelsea in […]

Hotel Ambos Mundos: Traveling to Cuba the ‘Heming-way’

By Amanda Festa  Since January of 2011, when restrictions on traveling to Cuba were loosened, eager travelers have been flocking […]

Discovering Edna: A Visit To The Whitehall Inn

By Katy Kelleher One hundred years ago, The Whitehall Inn stood in front of Route 1 in Camden, Maine, just like […]

The Spirit of Salem: The Hawthorne Hotel

by Wes Newbury “The place isn’t haunted,” insists Juli Lederhaus, general manager of Salem’s Hawthorne Hotel. “There’s no documentation. People tell […]