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St. Augustine, Florida
Jan 1st to May 1st
St. Augustine, Florida
Jan 1st to May 1st
The Newport of the South and established health winter resort of the continent; is known by hundreds of thousands who ahve and continue to avail themselves of the unsurpassed beauties and delightful climate of the old Spanish City, with its renowned Fort Marion, Sea Wall, City Gate, Hotel Palaces and beautiful drives to many other points of interest.
Hotel Grounds and South-West View Looking Toward Ponce de Leon.
A Cozy Corner in the Music Room
Is most pleasantly and centrally located on St. George street, opposite the new City hall, but one short block from the Post Office, the Plaza, and the Ponce de Leon. The extensive grounds, surrounding the entire house, with their growth of tropical verdure and evergreen lawns, together with their broad piazzas and balconies, make this hotel a favorite for all seeking rest and pleasure. The new private drive which is a continuation of the asphalt avenue leading from the depot, approaches the house from the west, shortening the distance from the hotel considerably, also making two entrances to the house.
[Picture of] Ladies' Parlor
Are all that could be desired, offering the comforts of a home with all the accomodations, elegance and case of modern hotel life superadded. The rooms are arranged singly or en suite, as required, with or without private bath. they are light, airy and cheerful, a great number of them overlooking the Bay and Ocean.
Is in a thoroughly sanitary condition, lighted throughout with electricity and steam heated; supplied with electric bells, hydraulic elevator, public baths and toilet on each floor.
THE NEW ADDITIONS
Consisting of fifty new guests' rooms, dining room extension and entire new kitchen building, give the hotel now a capacity for accomodating three hundred guests, with facilities for promot and efficient service in each and every department.
Main Dining Room
THE NEW LAUNDRY
With improved appliances, will enable us to do our guests' laundering in a most satisfactory manner.
A FIRST-CLASS ORCHESTRA
Has been engaged for the season and will furnish music twice daily.
During the coming tourists' season the properietors will leave nothing undone that might contribute to the comfort and enjoyment of their guests. Their ability to supply the tables in a satisfactor manner is well attested by their former patrons, both North and South. Rates $2.50 to $4.00 per day; special weekly and monthly.
PALMER & MACDOWELL
SAILING AND FISHING
The St. Sebastian, Matanzas and North Rivers abound with please craft of every description, affording those who enjoy sailt air, also rod and reel enthusiasts, every advantage for a day's enjoyment on the river.
As usual will be one of the features this year; two first class courses near the hotel bring a special attraction to lovers of the game.
Devotees of this fascinating game will have the opportunity of enjoying playing on the best of courts.
Lovers of this exhilerating exercise will find every facility to enjoy same, as we have one of the best equipped stables in the South.
DRIVING AND AUTOMOBILING
Excellent roads with beautiful scenery and the hard, level beach, make these two forms of amusement particularly enjoyable.
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Booklet advertising the Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine, 1913. 1913 (circa). State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/297568>, accessed 22 September 2021.
Booklet advertising the Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine, 1913. 1913 (circa). State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 22 Sep. 2021.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/297568>.