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Courtside 107 - 2 Queens - Sargent Room

The John Singer Sargent Room!  Two queen beds and our largest, natual hot springs bath and shower, flat panel tv, wireless internet.  A/C, hair dryer, mini-fridge, microwave.  Enjoy prints of John Singer-Sargent.  Park infront of your room.  Two minute walk to the Hot Pools!  Our Policies

Bed Type
2 Queens
Bath Type
2-Person Hot Springs Tub/Shower
In-Room Amenities
Flat Panel TV, Expanded Basic Cable TV, Free Wireless Internet, In-Room Geo-Thermal Heating, Microwave, Eco-Friendly Soaps/Shampoos, Mini-Fridge
Amenity Notes

Recently remodeled!  No phone in room, but there is a phone available in the lobby of the Home Hotel.

John Singer Sargent, the son of an American doctor, was born in Florence in 1856. He studied painting in Italy and France and in 1884 caused a sensation at the Paris Salon with his painting of Madame Gautreau. Exhibited as Madame X, people complained that the painting was provocatively erotic. The scandal persuaded Sargent to move to England and over the next few years established himself as the country's leading portrait painter. He also completed portraits of two U.S. presidents: Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson.

During the greater part of Sargent's caree he created roughly 900 oil paintings and more than 2,000 watercolours, as well as countless sketches and charcoal drawings. From 1907 on Sargent forsook portrait painting and focused on landscapes in his later years; he also sculpted later in life. In December 2004, "Group with Parasols" (pictured at right) sold for $23.5 million.  Learn more about the artist
The Singer Sargent Room!