16 August, 2008

Hotel Cleveland Postcard

The postcard shows the old Hotel Cleveland in Cleveland, Ohio. The 1,000-room Hotel Cleveland was built at a cost of $4.5 million. In 1958 the hotel was acquired by the Sheraton chain, which renamed it the Sheraton-Cleveland. Renaissance International purchased the hotel in 1993 after a brief period of ownership by Nestle International, and renamed it the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel. The Renaissance's luxury hotel features vaulted ceilings, high arched windows and a beautiful marble fountain. The historic Renaissance Cleveland Hotel was built in 1918 and its architecture reflects Cleveland's unique style and rich history.

Hotel Cleveland Postcard

The back of the postcard reads:

Hotel Cleveland is located on Public Square occupying the same site on which was built Cleveland's first tavern (Mowry's). Adjoining Hotel Cleveland is the New Terminal Tower building. - The tower rises 52 stories 700 feet from the street. - Hotel Cleveland contains 1000 rooms with bath.

24 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113 USA
Tel: 1-800-468-3571

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