October 09, 2014

21 Photos of Cleveland's Lost Grand Hotels

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A view of the Hotel Cleveland from Superior Ave. and West 6th.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Public Library and Michael DeAloia
A view of the Hotel Cleveland from Superior Ave. and West 6th.
The Hotel Hollenden coat check.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Press Archives and Michael DeAloia
The Hotel Hollenden coat check.
Bartenders at Hotel Winton, ready to mix a few hearty libations.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Press Archives and Michael DeAloia
Bartenders at Hotel Winton, ready to mix a few hearty libations.
Mary Lou Siegal sings with the hotel orchestra at a holiday party in 1938.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Press Archives and Michael DeAloia
Mary Lou Siegal sings with the hotel orchestra at a holiday party in 1938.
The Grand Alcazar Hotel, located in Cleveland Heights.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Public Library and Michael DeAloia
The Grand Alcazar Hotel, located in Cleveland Heights.
Aerial view of the swimming pool at the Lake Shore Hotel.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Press Archives and Michael DeAloia
Aerial view of the swimming pool at the Lake Shore Hotel.
The celebration on opening night at Hotel Cleveland, 1918.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Press Archives and Michael DeAloia
The celebration on opening night at Hotel Cleveland, 1918.
The rear view of the Hotel Hollenden as seen from East Sixth Street and Short Vincent.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Public Library and Michael DeAloia
The rear view of the Hotel Hollenden as seen from East Sixth Street and Short Vincent.
Hotel workers strike in front of the Hotel Statler.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Public Library and Michael DeAloia
Hotel workers strike in front of the Hotel Statler.
The lobby of the Hotel Winton.
Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Press Archives and Michael DeAloia
The lobby of the Hotel Winton.