Hotel Bars and Lobbies

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Architecture - 203 pages
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They comprise some of our most glamorous and civilized public spaces. Just their names evoke images of elegant times and sophisticated lives. Among them: the Biltmore, the St. Francis, the Palmer House, the Polo Lounge, the Monkey Bar, and King Cole Bar. This beautiful book offers you a unique opportunity to experience the architecture and ambiance of some of the most dazzling hotel bars and lobbies in this country and around the world - without leaving your home! Lavishly illustrated with over 200 historical and original color photographs, many never before seen, the book provides architects, designers, and urbane travelers with a grand tour of the best in hotel design - from Manila to London to Bangkok.

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