Hotel Monte Vista
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The Hotel Monte Vista is a famous and historic hotel located one block north of U.S. Route 66 in Flagstaff, Arizona. The hotel was built in 1927 and is a centerpiece of the historic downtown district. The hotel contains 73 rooms and suites on three floors. Many famous people have spent the night at the Hotel Monte Vista, including: John Wayne, Spencer Tracy, Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, Anthony Hopkins, Esther Williams, and Barbara Stanwyck. There have been many alleged ghost sightings at the Hotel Monte Vista. One of the sightings involves a "Phantom Bell Boy" that knocks on guests' doors in the middle of the night and will talk to the guest. The hotel is located at 100 N. San Francisco Street. It was also a filming location for the 1942 American romantic drama Casablanca.
The Monte Vista Lounge, or "Monte V" as it is known, is a popular bar and entertainment venue.
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