Hotel of the Week: Menger Hotel

When Teddy Roosevelt recruited his Rough Riders in the Menger Bar back in 1898, he may not have known that the taproom, added in 1887, was a replica of the House of Lords Pub in London. The architect’s inspiration lives on in the paneled ceiling, beveled mirrors and glass cabinets, solid cherry bar, and brass spittoons.

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Decorated with traditional furnishings and bathrooms with pedestal-style fixtures, many of these rooms offer views overlooking the tropical courtyard.

Garden balcony

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Come see this nineteenth-century building with period art, antiques, and photographs at every turn. Book your stay here.

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