This elegant and commodious hotel is a fire-proof brick structure, colonial in style, finished in hardwood, and has accommodation for three hundred guests. It is delightfully situated on a high bluff; surrounded by beautiful lawns and numerous shade trees, and overlooks both Lake Ontario and Hamilton Bay.
The hotel is thoroughly equipped with all modern improvementselevator, electric lights, bells and exposed sanitary plumbing, and can be heated with hot water and hot air. Every floor is amply supplied with lavatories and public baths.
Guests’ chambers are arranged singly and in suite, with and without private baths, and are handsomely furnished in antique oaks, white iron and brass beds, with the Ostermoor patent mattresses.
The dining-room is unquestionably one of the finest in Canada. It covers an area of nearly 8,000 square feet and opens out upon spacious verandas. The cuisine will be under the personal supervision of Mr. Hood, who is a successful caterer.
Amusements : Golf, tennis, croquet, bowling on the green, bathing, boating, fishing, cycling and driving ; also bowling, billiards, pool. bagatelle, ping pong, etc. In addition to these amusements, music will be furnished during meals and for dancing. A special feature of the hotel is its roof garden and promenades. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. Special weekly and season rates. Booklets with further information on application.
THOMAS HOOD, Manager.