Our History


The history of the Hotel is a long and interesting one. The hotel was first opened in and has been a favorite among travelers and guests ever since.

The hotel was originally built by and was a popular spot for travelers and guests in the area. The hotel quickly became known for its high-quality service and its comfortable accommodations.

In 1901, the hotel was sold to new owners, who have continued to operate it as a premier hotel. The hotel has seen many changes over the years, but it has always remained a favorite among guests.

The Hotel is a favorite among travelers and guests for its comfortable accommodations and its high-quality service. The hotel has a long and interesting history, and it is sure to continue to be a popular spot among travelers and guests for years to come.

The Hotel industry can be traced back to ancient civilizations. For instance, the Babylonian king Hammurabi enacted laws regulating innkeepers and their charges in 1792 BC. In the Roman Empire, inns were called “tabernae” and they often served as meeting places for writers and artists.

The modern hotel industry began with the opening of the Hotel du Louvre in Paris in 1793. The hotel was opened by the businessman Philippe LeClerc and it had only ten rooms. During the 1800s, the number of hotels in Europe and North America increased as tourism became more popular.