name: Traveler Hotel
The Travelers Hotel is located in East Liverpool, Ohio, USA. It was built in 1907 and has 105 rooms. It is located at 117 East Fourth Street on both sides of the Ohio River and is one of the few remaining river town hotels facing the river. The original name of the hotel was Landora.
The Traveller Hotel opened in 1908 and was designed by local architect Cassius Metsch, who also designed the YMCA building in East Liverpool. At first, the hotel entrance was at the corner of Crook Alley and East Fourth Street.
In 1910, the Travellers Hotel added a banquet hall and kitchen. The building wing was added in 1915. The kitchen was built in 1927. The hotel also maintains a ‘sample room’. In this area, traveling salesmen can display product samples. The sample room is now a small banquet hall.
The Ceramic Theater is opposite the Travellers Hotel, and the performers in the theater often stay in the hotel. The Travellers Hotel has hosted the magician Blackstone, Paul Whiteman, the Marine Corps and Roger Wagner Cholalai.
The Traveller Hotel was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States in July 1986.
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