National Geographic : 1936 Sep
IIOhere shall HOTEL SECT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION ARIZONA Litchfield Park The Wigwam. Distinguished Inn and attractive bungalows in glorious d sert setting near Phoenix. Golf, ride, relax. Rates from $8. Amer. Plan. Bklt. Tucson Pioneer Hotel. Southern Arizona's Finest. 250 Rooms with bath. Europ. Coffee Shop. Dining Room Roof Garden. Sun Deck. Sensible Rates. Booklet. 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. COLORADO Colorado Springs The Broadmoor at foot of Pikes Peak. Aristo crat of resort hotels-center of social and sports activities in the West. Booklet on request. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington The Dodge Hotel on Capitol Hill. Men and women travellers enjoy the "No Tipping" service in all de partments. Noted cuisine. $2-$5,single; $4-$8, double. Hay-Adams House. Across from the White House at 16th and H. The best in accommodations amid smart surroundings. European, $3.00 up. Hotel Martinique-16th Street at M. Directly across from National Geographic Society. New and Modern. Every room with bath. European. From $3. NEW HAMPSHIRE Hanover Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College. Superb golf, tennis, recreation. Central for White Mountains, Green Mountains. Open all year. Illustrated booklet. White Mountains-Whitefield Mountain View House. 3000 acre private estate. A' sports including polo, golf. Highest standards; distinguished clientele. W. F. Dodge & Son, Props. NEW JERSEY Atlantic City The Ambassador. Brighton Avenue and the Boardwalk. American and European plans. William Hamilton, Managing Director. Chalfonte-Haddon Hall. On the Atlantic City Boardwalk. 1000 rooms. Ocean Decks. Modern health baths. American and European plans. Ocean City The Flanders. Directly on boardwalk. American plan. 3 sea water swimming pools. 230 rooms with baths. June 20 to Sept. 30 . J. Howard Slocum, Mgr. Princeton The Princeton Inn. Facing golf course and Grad uate College. Amer. plan. 100 rms. Fireproof. "Hos pitality as in days of old." J. Howard Slocum, Mgr. NEW MEXICO Santa Fe Hacienda de Los Cerros. Picturesque guest ranch near Indian pueblos, cliff-dweller ruins, quaint Spanish villages. Open all year. Booklet. NEW YORK Albany De Witt Clinton. A Knott Hotel. New well ap pointed. Faces Capitol Park. Splendid meals; atten tive service. Come, we'll make you happy. New York City Barbizon-Plaza. New skyscraper hotel overlook ing Central Park at 6th Ave. Tower rooms from $3 single, $5 double, Continental breakfast included. The Plaza. New York. Fifth Avenue, facing Central Park. Single Rooms from $6; Double from $8; Suites from $12. Henry A. Rost, President. * U The Waldorf-Astoria Famous scene of New York social and business activities . . . convenient to the City's important and interesting centers . . single rooms $5, $6, $7; double $8, $9, $10. Various restau rants with comprehensive range of prices and types of service. Park Ave nue, 49th to 50th Street, New York. IT naleign note. Across renn. Ave. from new Govt. Bldgs. Dining rooms air conditioned. Rooms La Fonda---ld world charm, city sophistication, with tub and shower, $3-$5one, $4.50-$8 two. E. P. the End of the Trail in Old Santa Fe. Cool sum- WEST VIRGINIA mers, mild winters. Harvey Management. Whe S r ILLINOIS White Sulphur Springs Chicago LaSalle Hotel. Foremostin Friendliness.Near everything-LaSalle at Madison St. You'll like the clean, bright rooms-good food-reasonable rates. MARYLAND Baltimore The Belvedere. Outside the business district, yet convenient to all the city's activities. Every modern comfort and luxury. Rates begin at $4.00. MASSACHUSETTS Boston The Copley-Plza faces beautiful Copley Square. Single rooms from $4.00; double from $6.00; Suites from $10.00 . Arthur L. Race, Managing Director. MINNESOTA Minneapolis Curtis Hotel. Contiguous to Minnesota's 10,000 Lakes region. Largest Hotel in the Northwest. Soft-water baths throughout. Rates $2 to $6. OREGON Portland Multnomah-Oregon's largest. 600 rooms. From $2.50. Three to four blocks to leading stores and banks. Three cafes. Famous food. PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia The Warwick. Features the famous cuisine of Mr. George Lamaze. Centrally located, just off Rittenhouse Square. From $4 single, $6 double. Canada QUEBEC Montreal The Ritz Carlton .... Famed for its service, cuisine and distinctive clientele. Location un surpassed. The Greenbrier World-famous spa and resort affording year 'round recreation and relaxation to the discriminating. 7000-acre estate high up in the Alleghanies. Golf (3 courses), riding, tennis and skeet. Fin est facilities for "the cure." Fall reser vations now. Tariff and information upon request to L. R . Johnston, General Manager. 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