Black-Owned Hotels to Support on Your Next Road Trip

With everything that’s going on around the country, you’re probably thinking about how you can do your part to help the Black community. One of the best ways to give back is to help Black entrepreneurs and businesses. This list includes luxury hotels, B&Bs, and historic sites all owned by people of color. Book your next stay at one of these places.

The Ivy Hotel in Mount Vernon, Baltimore

This highly-rated, five-star luxury hotel owned by Eddie and Sylvia Brown has 18 guest rooms, an award-winning bistro, and a spa. The rooms come with a delicious breakfast at Magdalena which includes fillet mignon with truffle hollandaise sauce, unlimited assess to the self-serve Mansion Bar, and a black car service.

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Urban Cowboy B&B in Nashville, Tennessee

Southern-inspired rooms featuring eight experiential suites housed in a historic Victorian mansion await you during your stay at Urban Cowboy. There are claw-foot bathtubs, ready nooks, and a black stable house that makes amazing cocktails.

Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, Virgina

This luxury oasis which is set on 340 acres at the Blue Ridge Mountains has 168 rooms, a 23,000-square-foot spa, and a full-service equestrian center. Guests can explore Virginia’s horse country after having relaxing spa treatments.

The Clevedale Inn in Spartanburg, South Carolina

This historic B&B inn is housed in a 1913 Colonial home. With only four guest rooms and a cozy fireplace, complimentary breakfast, a Roman bath, a greenhouse, and spacious rooms, your stay will be intimate and romantic.