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Courtside 108 - 2 Queens - Hopper Room


The Edward Hopper room (Courtside 108) featuring prints of Edward Hopper.  Two queen beds and our largest, natual hot springs bath and shower, flat panel tv, wireless internet.  A/C, hair dryer, mini-fridge, microwave... just moments from the world famous 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!   Two person hot springs bath and shower!  No phone in room, but there is a phone in the lobby of the Home Hotel.

Edward Hopper (1882-1967) was an American painter, active mainly in New York.

Hopper painted American landscapes and cityscapes with a disturbing truth.  He soon gained a widespread reputation as the artist who gave visual form to the loneliness of life in the big city. This was something new in art and some have speculated that Hopper's expression was influenced by the mood of the Great Depression in the 1930s. Yet Hopper denied such claims saying, `I don't think I ever tried to paint the American scene; I'm trying to paint myself.'