National Geographic : 1940 Apr
i Othere shall we sta: re NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION ARKANSAS Hot Springs National Park Arlington Hotel and Baths. Arthritis, circula tory benefits. Waters owned and recommended by U. S. Govt. Golf, Horseback. Write for folder. CALIFORNIA Riverside Mission Inn. California's historic hotel. In lovely Riverside. Art treasures. All sports. American or European Plan. Rooms $3.50 up. Write for Folder. San Francisco The Palace Hotel...West's most distinguished hotel, famous for hospitality, appointments, cuisine. Heart of San Francisco's business and social life. Yosemite National Park The Ahwahnee. California's most distinguished resort hotel. Surrounded by scenic grandeur that is easily California's most amazing travel experience. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington Continental Hotel. Facing the beautiful Capitol Plaza opp. Union Station. All outside rooms, some air-conditioned. Garage. Coffee Shop. From $2.50. The Dodge Hotel. On Capitol Hill opposite Union Station Plaza. Celebrated cuisine. No tipping. Single from $2.50, double from $4.50. Direction K. P. Abbott. Hay-Adams House, 16th at H. Opposite the White House. Completely air-conditioned. Single room with bath from $3.50. Double from $5.00. Wardman Park Hotel. Washington's largest. 1800 outside rooms. Ample parking. Avoid traffic to all highways. Write for maps. Rates from $3.50. MAINE Rangeley Lakes Rangeley Lake Hotel. Mountain lake paradise. All sports. No hay fever. Booklet. C . B . Day, P. O. Box 7, Rangeley Lakes, Maine. MARYLAND Baltimore The Belvedere. Baltimore's most luxurious hotel. Modern appointments, spacious rooms, superior food and service. Convenient location. Rates begin at $3.50. 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, ing. l)ir. Magnolia Oceanside and Cottages. Most beautiful spot on Atlantic. Select clientele. Unsurpassed cuisine. All Sports. Theatre. Geo. C. Krewson, Jr., Pres. Swampscott New Ocean House on the picturesque North Shore. Seaside and country environment. Open May to October. Booklet. Clement Kennedy, President. RochesterMINNESOTA Rochester Hotel Arthur. Fireproof. $1.75 up. Only short block to Clinic. An Arthur L. Roberts Hotel. A Fine Northern Minn. Resort Also. 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. NEW JERSEY Atlantic City Marlborough-Blenheim. On the Boardwalk, with the charm of Spring by the sea to enhance our many guest attractions. Josiah White & Sons Co. Ocean City The Flanders. Directly on boardwalk. American plan. 3 sea water swimming pools. 230 rooms with baths. June22 to Sept. 9. 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 Las Vegas Rancho de Dias Alegres. In Rocky Mts. Cool summer climate. Elevation 7400 feet. Modern, home like ranch. Enjoy New Mexico this summer. 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. Bronxville The Gramatan. High, cool country setting; only 28 minutes from city and World's Fair. Near park ways; no traffic. Restricted clientele. $2.50 up. Bklt. Minnewaska, Ulster County Lake Minnewaska Mountain Houses-62nd sea son. Wildmere opens May 30. Beautiful scenery. Re duced rates for June. George H. Smiley, P. O . Box 10. New York City The BarbizonLexington Ave.63rdSt.NewYork's most exclusive hotel for young women. Cultural environment. Wkly. $12.50 up, daily $2.50. Bklt."G". Barbizon-Plaza. New skyscraper hotel overlook ing Central Park at 6th Ave. Rooms from $3 single. Continental breakfast included. Booklet G. The Biltmore, Madison Avenue at 43rd St. All that is best in atmosphere, appointments, cuisine, service. Single, $5 up; Double, $8 up; Suites, $12 up. The Commodore-Right at Grand Central Termi nal. Convenient to all Manhattan attractions. 2000 outside rooms with private bath-from $3. Essex House, facing Central Park. Rooms and Suites with butler's pantries-from $5. 160 Central Park So., Cable Address-Essexho New York. The Park Chambers for gracious living. 58th St. one block to 5th Ave. Central Park. Rooms, $3 sin gle-$4 double. Near Radio City. Free"Guide-Map." Hotel Pierre, Fifth Ave. at 61st St. Overlook ing Central Park in most fashionable location. Single rooms or suites by the day, month or season. The Plaza. Facing Central Park. Special Summer Rates during the World's Fair, Single from $5, Double from $7. Henry A. Rost, President. St. Moritz-on-the-Park. New York's only truly Continental hotel. Rumpelmayer's and Cafe de la Paix. Single, $4. Double, $6. Suites, $8. Savoy-Plaza. Special World's Fair Summer Rates. Single from $5. Double from $7. -Henry A. Rost, Mgr. Dir. - George Suter, Res. Mgr. Hotel Seymour, 50 W. 45th St. Near Fifth Ave.. theatres, shops, art galleries, Radio City. Quiet, re fined surroundings. Single $4; double $5.50; suites $8. The Shelton, Lexington Ave. -49th St. Smart, skyscraper hotel. Single $2.25 to $5. Double $4.50 to $7. Free use of swimming pool, gymnasium, library. The Sherry-Netherland, 5th Ave. at 59th St., "Where the Park Begins." Famous cuisine, impec cable service, quiet atmosphere. From $7 daily. 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. The Waldorf-Astoria, Park Avenue, 49th to 50th Streets. Supreme in the Arts of Hospitality, Entertainment and Gracious Amenities. George Washington. 23rd St.& Lexington Ave. All rooms with bath,from $3.00single, $5.00 double. Write for Bklt. 'G' and supervue mapof New York. Hotel Windsor. 100 West 58th St. In the heart of the smart Central Park Section. Single with bath from $3.50; Double $5.00 . Watkins Glen Glen Springs Hotel A Famous Spa in America. Natural Nauheim Baths. Selected clientele. New York Office, 630 Fifth Ave. Phone Circle 5 8199. NORTH CAROLINA Asheville Asheville-Biltmore. Just off U. S . Highways. Modern; convenient; quiet. Enjoy "Spring in the Smokies." European plan. Wilbur Devendorf, Mgr. The Manor and Cottages-in beautiful Albemarle Park. 2 famed golf courses, 5 minutes. Write for booklet. Albert Malone, Proprietor. PEN NSYLVANIA Hershey Hotel Hershey. One of America's finest. Magnifi cent setting. Openyear around. European and Amer ican plans. Four Golf Courses. All outdoor sports. Philadelphia The Bellevue-Stratford In the Heart of Philadelphia at Broad and Walnut Streets. "One of the Few Famous Hotels in America." Near points of interest and Historic Shrines. Known the world over for its traditional hospitality; its cui sine; its modern comforts and unsurpassed service. Rates begin at $3.85. Write for Book let. Claude H. Bennett, General Manager. The Warwick. Famous Lamaze Cuisine. Centrally located. From $4.50 single, $7 double. George La maze, Exec. Vice Pres., S. S. Jerwan, Manager. VERMONT Lake Morey, Fairlee Bonnie Oaks Inn and Bungalows. Sports. 75 rooms with baths, fireplaces. Baby Oaks, supervised play. May-Dec. Folders. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Page. VIRGINIA Virginia Beach Cavalier Hotel and Country Club. Open all year. 2 golf courses, tennis, riding, fishing, heated indoor pool. Roland Eaton, Mg. Dir. Write for Booklet' G." WEST VIRGINIA White Sulphur Springs The Greenbrier Hotel I lere on a 7,000-acre estate in the Alleghanies, there's every inducement in Spring to get out-of-doors-and stay there! Golf-riding tennis-the list is so long that the day is too short for you to enjoy them all! But despite giving you far more for its rate, this resort is far from being the most expensive ! Write to L. R . Johnston, Gen'l Mgr., for reservations.