Thursday, September 20, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 24

The following is an excerpt from Illustrated Hudson, N.Y., published in 1905.

THE WORTH--Hudson's Popular Hotel. H. C. Miller, Manager. Identified with the history of Hudson for the past half a century and more has been the hotel above mentioned. It was first established in 1837 as the Hudson House, and adopted the above title 45 years ago. During this time the house has undergone many new improvements until today it is the best first-class house in the city, with rates of $2.50 and $3.00--American plan. The house is commodious in every respect, having one hundred large and airy sleeping rooms, furnished in the most inviting manner, while every appointment connected with a modern first-class hotel can be had here. The dining room is of ample proportions, with the best facilities for the quick serving of meals to those who are in a hurry. The cuisine is of the best that the markets afford. In the many years in which Mr. Miller has been manager of the house his traveling patrons have always found him the same, and come or go the patrons of this house have already been accorded the most courteous treatment, and on this motto the reputation of the house has been established. 

Worth House--from Illustrated Hudson, N.Y.

Site of the Worth House today

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