Samuel's Hotel

Missing Buildings of Wallace Tour

Samuel's Hotel

Wallace, Idaho 83873, United States

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The Samuels Hotel was built by Henry Floyd Samuels in May of 1908. It became one of the busiest hotels in the Silver Valley. This five-star, five-floor hotel sat at the corner of Cedar Street and Seventh Street. It quickly became the largest and finest hotel in all of Idaho, with more than 150 rooms, 25 luxury suites included, and its modern commodities. Guests could get a shave and a haircut at the barber on the ground floor, find something to drink at the Metals Bar (also downstairs), and take the elevator to the upper floors if they didn’t want to walk up the stairs. The hotel was demolished in 1975 and became the Harry Magnuson Park.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Missing Buildings of Wallace Tour


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