Hotel Greenfield is a boutique hotel located in Greenfield, Iowa, United States. Designed by architect William Gordon, it was completed in 1920 by the Newton Construction Co. Local boosters had the hotel built for $65,000 as a replacement for the Commercial Hotel, which was located on the same spot.
Rich with history, Hotel Greenfield has been used for a handful of historic events including a bus stop for men going to World War II in the 1940s, an active barber shop in the 1950s, and a family-owned Greek restaurant still up and running to this day, The Olive Branch.
Rooms & Suites
No matter which room you book, you can enjoy modern amenities alongside antique furnishings in a unique blend of history and comfort.
Relax and enjoy your stay with us to the fullest. Explore what our hotel has to offer outside of your room.
BAR & LOUNGE
From its Lancaster Square filled with thriving shops and businesses to the surrounding tranquil rural countryside, Greenfield offers a world of good living and opportunity. Its 2,000 citizens pride themselves on community involvement - constantly working to improve the quality of life for people of all ages.
Attractions bring people from afar and offer cultural and historical context for local patrons.
Greenfield is a center of culture and commerce in the middle of farm country.
THERE’S NOTHING LIKE IT.
Pamela - CA
"Our room was immaculate and spacious, the best lodging we had on our 4-day road trip. We highly recommend this beautifully restored hotel!"