Our First Lady Suites
Inspired by the eccentricities of four former First Ladies, each suite has a unique personality of its own, offering guests access to features including a freestanding soaking tub and separate living rooms providing plenty of space to relax.
This suite is inspired by Ida McKinley, wife of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States. Her deep love of flowers and plants influenced the pink and purple color scheme of the suite.
Inspired by Caroline Harrison, the wife of Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president of the United States and her collection of porcelain that became a tradition in The White House.
Inspired by Louisa Adams, the First Lady who is credited for encouraging music during gatherings at The White House. Inspired by her love for music, the suite features a baby grand piano and string instrument-influenced art.
Angelica Van Buren
Angelica Van Buren was the daughter-in-law of the eighth United States President, Martin Van Buren. As she was known for being on the extravagant side, this large corner suite reflects her in a playful way, with rich jewel-toned accents.