National Geographic : 1920 Nov
erasingSqare NEW YORK Ae World Center of Great hotels Under the direction of JOHN McE.BWMANPres. The appeal of these sumptuous hotels of Pershing Square is as cos mopolitan as the great metropolis itself. The best of the varied in S terests, comforts, and luxuries in 20th century hotel life are concen Cptrated here. 10,000 guests a day N and every dayadifferent 10,000. A personal hospitality and individual * t: attention are assured by the com bined efforts of a group of the best hotel managers in the world. I The traveler, arriving at Grand . Central Terminal, can go directly - __ to any one of the Pershing Square R Hotels without taxicab or baggage transfer. Theatres, clubs, restau rants, art galleries, concert and The Biltmore exhibition halls nearby; and but a Hotel Commodore Adjoins the Grend Cantral Termial block away - Fifth Avenue, the Goo. w. wa.. o nVice Pats. heart of the fashionable shopping GrandCenatraTermsl district. Surface cars, elevated " off th Train and Turne the Left" and subways at hand, bring every part of the city within easy touch. Murray Hill Hotel JAMte Wooo.Vce.Pnau. A Short Block from the Station PLAN OF PROPOaEDNEW BeuILDIN The Belmont Atso The Ansonia JAMn WDOD. Vca "Pas. Eow. M. TwERNEV.VrCe.fPna. Opposite Grand Central Terminal r ', Broadway at 73rd Street !. Illll +1 t in the Riverside residential section PERSHING SQUARE HOTELS, NEW YORK "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"