Alcazar Hotel (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)
Cleveland Heights Landmark
The Alcazar Hotel, at the corner of Surrey Rd. and Derbyshire Rd.
|Location||Cleveland Heights, Ohio|
|Architect||Fischer & Jirouch and Harry Jeffery & Son|
|Architectural style||Spanish Colonial Revival, Moorish Revival|
|Governing body||Western Reserve Residences|
|NRHP Reference #||79001805|
|Added to NRHP||17 April 1979|
The Alcazar Hotel is a registered historic building in the Cedar-Fairmount district of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, listed in the National Register on 1979-04-17. The hotel was built in 1923 in the Spanish-Moorish style, based on hotels such as the Alcazar and Ponce de León in St. Augustine, Florida. The interior courtyard, with a covered arcade, is decorated with colored glazed tiles and a central fountain. The architect was Harry T. Jeffery; sculpture was done by Fischer and Jirouch. Prominent guests included Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Mary Martin, Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Lupe Velez and Johnny Weissmueller.
- Multiple Dwelling
- The Alcazar official site
- Cleveland Heightss Historical Society: Alcazar Hotel accessed 2011-09-08
- Theiss, Evelyn (2008-10-12). "A Spanish Beauty: Cleveland Heights' Alcazar exudes exotic style and grace in any age". The Plain Dealer. Retrieved 2010-07-03.
- Theiss, Evelyn (2008-10-12). "The Alcazar through the years". The Plain Dealer. Retrieved 2010-07-03.
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