This grandiose structure exhibits a picturesque roofline with dormers above red brick walls, a wide Eastlake-style verandah and a Joliet limestone foundation. Wooden trim is painted in the color scheme seen throughout Pullman, which combines maroon and two shades of green to set off the red brick and gray roofs. The interior contains a lobby with several small displays, the hotel bar and a restaurant ornamented with wood and stained glass and original furnishings. The second floor includes several restored hotel rooms and numerous items from Pullman's demolished home on Prairie Avenue. The hotel functioned until 1975, when it was purchased by the Historic Pullman Foundation.
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