El Tovar Hotel, Arizona
What's more American than visiting a national park? Sleeping where U.S. presidents have slept—in a national park. Seven presidents have stayed at El Tovar Hotel in Grand Canyon National Park, a historical property once frequented by Teddy Roosevelt. The luxurious hotel, a Registered National Historic Landmark, has a restaurant with a view of the rim, as well as classic American decor. And guest rooms have balconies overlooking the Grand Canyon—a view, undoubtedly, fit for a president.
Prices start at $178 for standard rooms.