Bradshaw's illustrated hand-book for travellers in Belgium, on the Rhine, and through portions of Rhenish Prussia, Volume 15

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Page 9 - GRAND HOTEL DE ROME, under the Tilleuls, 39, corner of Charlotten Street. This great and beautiful Hotel, the largest and best situated of the capital, combines real English comfort with reasonable prices, and is kept in a very fashionable manner. Two hundred Rooms, Twenty-five Saloons, Three large Dining Rooms for more than 600 persons. Reading Rooms, supplied with all foreign Newspapers. Music Saloon, and Conversation Room, &c. Restaurant "a la Francaise.
Page 7 - It is also much frequented by English Travellers for the comfort and first-rate accommodation it affords, as well as for the invariable civility shown to visitors. Cold and warm baths may be had at any hourCarriages for hire. Table d'HOte at half-past four, or dinner
Page 18 - ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL.— First-rate for Families and single Gentlemen, close to the Springs and the Kursaal ; it is one of the best situated Hotels in the town. A...
Page 7 - BRACK'S DOELEN HOTEL, situated in the centre of the Town, and most convenient for visitors on pleasure or business. It commands a splendid view of the Quays, &c.; and, being conducted on a liberal scale, it is patronised by the highest classes of society in Holland.
Page 7 - ... fashionable style, surrounded by gardens, justifies the preference accorded to it by Families and Gentlemen for the splendour and comfort of its Apartments, its excellent Cuisine, and the care and attention shown to all who honour the Hotel with their patronage. LARGE AND SMALL APARTMENTS, AND SINGLE ROOMS, .AT MODERATE CHARGES. PRIVATE RESTAURANT. SPLENDID COFFEE-ROOMS, SALOONS, READING AND SMOKING ROOMS. LETTER-BOX. INTERPRETERS. HORSES, ELEGANT CARRIAGES, OMNIBUSES FOB THE BAILWAYS.
Page 18 - Mountains, have been newly added to the HoteL It has been patronised by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and several other royal personages.
Page 12 - Rubens stands in the esteem of the world is alone a sufficient reason for some examination of his pretensions. His fame is extended over a great part of the Continent, without a rival: and it may be justly said that he has enriched his...

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