Category Archives: Hotel
Mr. Heck has leased the Union House to Mr. Jenness, who has refitted and refinished it throughout. He has had considerable experience, and claims to know how to “keep hotel.” We recommend the “Union” to the consideration of the public.
Mr. H. H. Ludington has perfected his case for the “Ludington House” and will open it with due ceremonies on the 1st of February.
The irrepressible Zimmerman is once more at work on his hotel front. Mr. Wilkerson will also fit up his building for a hotel as soon as Court adjorns. Nothing is so much needed as more hotel room for the great … Continue reading
The Occidental Hotel has for many years been the stopping place of many weary travelers. It is an imposing building and one of the famous landmarks of Ottawa’s earlier days. The genial proprietor, Mr. James Detwiler, has for 11 years … Continue reading
The Shaner Hotel was reopened to the public last week by C. H. Nusbaum, formerly of Worden, Kas. Mr. Nusbaum has had many years experience in the hotel business, and knows how to make his hotel a pleasant home for … Continue reading