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.
Decorated with traditional furnishings and bathrooms with pedestal-style fixtures, many of these rooms offer views overlooking the tropical courtyard.
Come see this nineteenth-century building with period art, antiques, and photographs at every turn. Book your stay here.