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A state capital that is home to one of America’s most notorious presidents, Abraham Lincoln, it goes without saying that culturally and historically, the city of Springfield is an interesting city to say the least. Springfield hotels are as welcoming as the friendly, working people of the “Flower City,” and it has a charm and guile that draws you in. With a catalogue of fantastic accommodation near the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, among many other historical places of relevance, we aim to sit you in the middle of all the action with top hoteliers that can look after your every need. We believe the hotel you stay in is an extension of us, and to this end, we make sure that whatever we suggest for your trip is bound to impress. Our experts help guide you to the right hotel in the right location, perfectly tailored to your travel needs, so that you can get on with planning your travel itinerary. Leave the hard work to us; it’s our job after all.

What’s Springfield Like?

As mentioned earlier, Springfield is a historic city, with a president so immeasurably prevalent that even 140 years after his death, he is still remembered as of the greatest presidents of the U.S. Memorials and tributes to the 16th president of the U.S.A. are in abundance, with the Lincoln Tomb & War Memorials offering historical and humbling accounts of his life. Other places of interest include the Dana-Thomas House, The Lincoln Home National Historic Site and Lincoln Memorial Garden. Finding Springfield hotels in and around these historical monuments and buildings is easy, and makes the ideal spot from which to draw up your day-to-day plans. Aside from history, there are plenty of other things to keep you amused on your vacation in the city. Visit the Craft Beer Bar to fill your belly up on some good old Springfield booze, before heading to Donnie B’s Comedy Club for some belly laughs.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Springfield

A local delight is any form of inventive sandwich or hot dog, and Springfield has plenty of these food sites up and down the city, near many Springfield hotels. Visit the city’s first drive–through sandwich bar, Maid Right Sandwiches, or for the more daring, visit Horseshoe Sandwich, which serves an open sandwich topped with a generous portion of French fries and cheese. For those interested in a guided tour through the Lincoln Home, sign up early and have Park Rangers take you through the house and give a detailed and informative talk as they do so. It’s considered good luck by locals to rub Honest Abe’s nose on the statue outside Abraham Lincoln’s Tomb, so be sure to give it a rub and notice how shiny it is compared to the rest of his statue. Otherwise, don’t forge to respect the president in his former stronghold on all occasions!