12 Cool Pics That Show Hotel Lobbies in the U.S From the 1960s

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A cool photo collection shows what hotel lobbies in the U.S looked like from the 1960s.

Boone Tavern Hotel, Berea, Kentucky. (Guests enjoy the cheery atmosphere and comfort of the Georgian Colonial Lobby)

Bremen Manor, Bremen, Indiana. (45 Apts. with Kitchenettes and Private Baths. Main Meal of Day Served in Dining Room at Noon. Literature sent upon request)

Chippewa Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan. (Magnificent dining room, newly decorated, overlooking the Straits of Mackinac. All rooms with private bath. Yahcting headquarters. Dancing and entertainment nightly. Home of the beautiful Pink Pony Cocktail Lounge. Air-conditioned. New heated pool and cabana club)

Del Camino Motor Hotel, El Paso, Texas. (On both sides of highway, surrounding main building, are 275 modern sleeping rooms – new swimming pool – complete shopping center – and Coffee Shop famous for prime steaks and Mexican foods. 8 minutes to downtown-10 minutes to Juarez)

Diplomat Golf and Racquet Club, Hollywood-by-the-Sea, Florida. (A short stroll from golf, tennis and the charming Diplomat Country Club. Self-parking privileges. And the many facilities and services of the entire Diplomat Resort are yours)

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