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For personal assistance booking hotels from our collection around the world, please call ; for residences, please call This National Historic Landmark hotel calls on a century of tradition to blend its cutting-edge design with impeccable service, contemporary amenities, and a cosmopolitan feel. It features two golf courses, indoor and outdoor pools, formal gardens, riding stables, a casual cafe, a world-class spa, and gourmet splendor at Table One, where you can watch the chefs work in the open kitchen. With a rich history dating back toWest Baden Springs Hotel has majestic architecture and attention to detail that creates an unparalleled sense of grandeur of bygone eras.
When a fire destroyed the original West Baden Springs Hotel inowner Lee Sinclair wanted a to rebuild with the hotel of his dreams… The new hotel was built in just a year and featured a ft. The new West Baden Springs Hotel opened in to extremely positive reviews, and its mineral water baths were said to cure darn-near anything. The hotel featured a casino, live performances each night, movies, bowling, and billiards.
Established inthis historic destination is full of historic charm while offering modern-day amenities including a full-service spa, Vegas-style casino, and both casual and formal dining options. Recreational activities—such as championship-level golf, bowling, horseback riding, FootGolf, biking and hiking—are also available for the whole family. Both have been beautifully and carefully restored to their original grandeur, yet they are completely welcoming to today's travelers.
The resorts of French Lick and West Baden are legendary for their healing waters and luxurious hotels. Dawn MitchellIndianapolis Star. Published a.
In the first three decades of the s, West Baden Springs Hotel served as a famed vacation spot for socialites, political figures and captains of industry. The lands of French Lick Springs served as an idyllic hunting ground for the Native Americans for years before the colonization of the French. They considered the mineral springs a gift from the Great Spirit where man, nature and beast could co-exist in harmony.
Guests from Al Capone to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, captains of industry and pampered socialites came to drink the smelly sulfur water, take spa treatments, and often test their luck in the casinos. Indiana Landmarks played an instrumental role in saving the West Baden Springs Hotel, a ruin when we bought it in and recruited the Cook family of Bloomington who performed an award-winning feat of restoration. We continue to provide tours in both hotels.