Stanley Turkel | September 25, 2018
By Stanley Turkel, CMHS Hotel History: Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. opened on February 18, 1925 with 440 guestrooms. It is known as the "Grande Dame of Washington", the "Hotel of Presidents" and as the city's "Second Best Address" (the White House is the first). The Mayflower Hotel was built by Allen E. Walker who planned to name it The Hotel Walker. He retained Warren & Wetmore, architects who had designed New York's Commodore, Biltmore, Ambassador Ritz-Carlton and Vanderbilt Hotels. The supervising architect was Robert F. Beresford who had worked for the Supervising Architect of the Treasury and the Superintendent of the Cap...
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