National Geographic : 1938 Oct
shall we NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION ARIZONA Tucson Pioneer Hotel. Southern Arizona's Finest. 250 Rooms with bath. Europ. Coffee Shop. Dining Room. Roof Garden. Sun Deck. Sensible Rates. Booklet. ARKANSAS Hot Springs Majestic Hotel and Baths. Government con trolled Bath House under same roof. All sports. 400 rooms and apartments-moderate prices. CALIFORNIA Los Angeles The Ambassador. Twenty-two acre Playground in heart of City. All Sports, Plunge, Beach, Lido. Cocoanut Grove for Dancing. European, $5.00 up. Palm Springs Desert Inn. Luxurious hotel and bungalow ac commodations. All sports. Season, October 15 to June 1. American Plan, $10 up. Write for folder. NEW JERSEY Atlantic City Chalfonte-Haddon Hall These hotels are centrally located on the Boardwalk. Out of doors there's golf, riding on the beach, cycling by the sea, Long Ocean Decks. Indoors superlative food and varied entertainment vie with comfortable surroundings to make you welcome. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Concerts. Dan Washington courts. Restr Continental Hotel. Facingthe beautifulCapitol and Europeal Plaza opp. Union Station. All outside rooms, some air-conditioned. Garage. Coffee Shop. From $2.50. Atlantic City Hay Adams House, 16th at H. Opposite theWhite House. Completely air conditioned. Single with bath from $3. Double from $4.50. Free Parking. Wardman Park Hotel. Washington's largest. Surrounded by parks. Sport privileges; dancing nightly. 30c taxi from Union Station. Rates from $4. a FLORIDA Winter Park The Alabama. Amid beautiful lakes, orange groves. Diversified cultural, recreational activity. Select clientele. Delightful climate. Nov. - May. MARYLAND Baltimore The Belvedere. A really fine and modern hotel. Rooms, cuisine and service in keeping with the highest standards of living. Rates begin at $4.00. The Emerson. Completely modernized. Centrally located. All roomswith bath and radio. Famous cui sine. From$3 single,$4.50double.O .G .Clements,Mgr. MASSACHUSETTS Boston The Copley-Plaza Situated in historic Copley Square which provides a hotel setting as distinguished as any in the world. Nearest hotel to Back Bay and Huntington Avenue Railroad Sta tions. Easily accessible to fine shops and theatres. This hotel is convenient to the residential and business sections. Rooms with bath $4 single-$6 double. Illustrated folder on request. Arthur L. Race, Mng. Dir. MISSISSIPPI Pass Christian Inn ByThe Sea and Cottages, Pass Christian,Miss. Always open. On private bathing beach. All sports. Paved roads. Climate ideal. Near New Orleans. ces. Health baths. Squash icted clientele. American n Plans. The Traymore Delightful as Atlantic City is in the fall, the Traymore improves it. Traymore mixes a warm sun, golf, horseback riding, roller chairing, bicycling and other activities with luxury, comfort and food that magnifies mortals. On the boardwalk. American or European plan. Rates considerately low. NEW MEXICO Carlsbad La Caverna Hotel. Carlsbad Caverns National Park is open every day in the year. La Caverna is best in Southern New Mexico. Write or wire. Santa Fe Santa Fe Inn, opened June 1st, in cool mountain foot hills overlooking America's Oldest Capital. Riding, motor tours. Notable cuisine. Open all year. NEW YORK New York City Barbizon-Plaza. New skyscraper hotel overlook ing Central Park at 6th Ave. Rooms from $3 single. $5 double. Continental breakfast included. Bklt.W . The Gotham. Discover for yourself the gracious hospitality, spacious rooms and excellent service. 5th Ave. at 55th St. Max A. Haering, Res. Mgr. Mayfair House. Park Avenue at 65th St. Complete hotel efficiency blended to town house exclusive ness. Transient and permanent accommodations. Hotel Pierre. Fifth Avenue at 61st Street. In New York's most exclusive social section. Single rooms or elaborate suites by the day or longer. The Plaza. New York. Facing Central Park. Perfection marks every detail of appointments, service and cuisine. Henry A. Rost, President. New York City The Ritz-Carlton. Madison at 46th. World-fa mous service. comfort, cuisine, convenience. Redec orated rooms. Single from $7; Double from $9. Savoy-Plaza. A distinguished hotel where hospi tality reigns. Spacious rooms overlooking Central Park provide every harmony for enjoyable living. Hotel Seymour, 50 W. 45th St. Near Fifth Ave.. theatres, shops, art galleries. Radio City. Quiet, re fined surroundings. Single, $3.50 up; double, $5.00up. The Vanderbilt Hotel on Park Ave. at 34th St., A distinctive address. An internationally famous hotel. Single from $4,double from $6, suites from $10. New York City The Waldorf-Astoria Value is determined not alone by what a service costs, but also by what your money buys-which explains why all the world continues to be attracted by the economy of The Waldorf-Astoria. Park Avenue, 49th to 50th, New York. George Washington. 23rd St. & Lexington Ave. All rooms with bath,from $2.50single,$4.00 double. Write for Bklt. 'G' and supervue map of New York. Watkins Glen GlenSprings Hotel.Highabovemagnificent Finger Lakes. Natural Nauheim Baths. Splendid cuisine, Golf. N.Y . Phone ME 3-5295. Wm. Leffingwell, Pres. PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Bellevue-Stratford-"One of the Few World Famous Hotels in America." Rates begin at $3.85. Claude H. Bennett, General Manager. The Warwick. Famous Lamaze Cuisine. Centrally located. From $4.50 single, $7 double. George La maze,Exec. Vice Pres., Gerald R. Trimble, Manager. VIRGINIA Richmond The Jefferson. Richmond's distinctive hotel, re cently refurbished. 50 mi. to Colonial Williamsburg. Historic Richmond Folder gratis.Wm.C .Royer,Mgr. Virginia Beach Cavalier Hotel and Country Club. Open all year. Golf, tennis, riding, fishing, swimming pool. Roland Eaton, Managing Director. Write for folder G. WEST VIRGINIA White Sulphur Springs TheGreenbrler and Cottages. America's world famous spa and resort. Open all the year 'round. For rates and information apply to L. R. Johnston. BERMUDA Warwick Belmont Manor and Golf Club. Golf, tennis, swimming pool, surf bathing. See travel agent or BermudaHotels Inc.,Dept. N,500 Fifth Ave.,N.Y .C.