history hotel

Over a century ago in 1882, Henry Villard, one of the country’s most prominent financiers, commissioned the architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White to create a residence of singular style. In keeping with the times, The Villard Mansion was conceived in neo-Italian Renaissance tradition, reminiscent of Rome’s Palazzo della Cancelleria. Today, the mansion’s stunning interiors stand as a living tribute to the Gilded Age.