North Carolina has the Biltmore House, America's largest home, built by the Vanderbilts in the 1890's. Greensboro has The Biltmore Hotel, built in 1903 as office space for the Cone Brothers. Over the years, the 3-storey building has changed hands and purposes. In the 1960's Greensboro's own Otto Zenke decorated the hotel to give it the appearance of an English hunting lodge. The Biltmore tries hard to make the stay memorable for its guests.*
Indeed, the dreamy photo of the Biltmore Hotel on West Washington Street in Downtown Greensboro evokes yesteryear, especially when seen with a vintage red car in the foreground. Sounds like a great place to stay for a night, even for those from Greensboro. We're sharing this with Weekend Reflections where they will be quick to spot the reflection of us taking the photo.
*read about the building's great history and many lives, here.