In 1902, women in Seattle capitalize on hundreds of gold miners and fisherman.
Stay in the largest dry canyon in the US, situated 200 feet below the surface.
George Hearst capitalized on Deadwood's gold and his first publication.
President Jackson's stays at Century Inn earned him a permanent residency.
The oldest running hotel in Oregon was also a pit stop for stagecoach drivers.
Police arrest Depression-era gangster Alvin 'Creepy' Karpis in New Orleans.
Discover the history behind the 'Inn,' that existed before America got its name.
Have a drink at the Hobo's Bar in Portland but watch your back!
Hotel New Yorker became an electrical magnet for inventor Nikola Tesla.
Dr. Martin Luther King stays at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in 1963.
Stephen King finds inspiration for his novel after 1 night at The Stanely Hotel.
A female detective escorts President Abraham Lincoln to the Willard Hotel in DC.
The Crow Killer, John 'Liver-Eating' Johnson, frequented The Pollard Hotel.
In 1864, Bannack becomes a lawless ghost town after its sheriff is hung.
In 1886, Jekyll Island Club was only for rich and politically powerful.
Outside the Hotel Gilpatrick, Theodore Roosevelt nearly escapes with his life.
Jesse's widow spends the night at The Patee House the night of the murder.
An encounter in Louisville, KY, creates the inspiration for 'The Great Gatsby.'
A KGB agent and an ABC News correspondent use backchannels to assist Kennedy.
In 1957, the CIA used Hotel Del Sol to run experiments using LSD.
In 1876, Pres. Roosevelt saves 83 million acres of the park.
Cocoa Beach's formally known Holiday Inn once welcomed Astronaut John Glenn, Jr.
At Chicago's historic hotel, a portrait of Duchess of Devonshire goes on sale.
During the prohibition era, Thomas 'Fatty' Walsh ran Coral Gables' elite hotel.
Cast & Details
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Uncovering the storied pasts of famous and not-so-famous hotels.