National Geographic : 1928 Oct
Hotel keeping is, of course, a business. But how can it be a success ful business unless every guest tho roughly enjoys every minute of his stay? We believe in that principle but-even more important-we all genuinely enjoy this business we're in. So we've created for you here the surroundings and atmosphere of a fine private club. European-trained chefs prepare food that has become famous. Bedrooms are luxurious and artistic and really pleasant places to be. And from the moment we bid you welcome to the moment we say goodbye, everyone here is out to see to it that you shall be comfortable and that your wants shall be courteously cared for almost before they are expressed. HOTEL CLEVELAND PUBLIC SQUARE - CLEVELAND 1000 rooms with bath, 150 at $3 - Servidor Service If''LEVELAND worldd with the "RESOLUTE" O NCE aboard the "Queen of Cruising Steamships" re morselesswinteris onlya figment of a bad dream.--Sun painted hours pass inleisurely procession over cobalt or emerald seas. You visit far, strange lands in their gayest moods--Cairo, at the height of the social season- India, in February's May-like mildness-China in early spring time-gorgeous Japan a-bloom with brilliant kimonos and cherry blossoms. And always you return from ex otic delight tohome-like comfort. -From the dynasty of Rameses II to the luxury of a Park Avenue Hotel and the amenities of a Terrace Cafe. From alabaster and ebony to the quiet peace of a spacious stateroom - and the joys of a cuisine that brooks no rival. 30 Countries 63 Cities - 140 Days 37,849 miles on Land and Sea. Eastwardfrom New York JANUARY 7, 1929 Rates $2,000 up, include an extra ordinary program of shore excursions HAMIBURG-AMERICAN LINE 39 Broadway, New York Branches in Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles,St. Louis, Montreal and Winnipeg, or local tourist Agents "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."