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|The Padre Hotel|
The Padre Hotel is a longtime landmark in downtown Bakersfield.
|Architectural style||Spanish Colonial Revival|
|Address||1702 18th St|
|Owner||Padre Partners, LP|
|Height||113.8 feet (34.7 m)|
|Structural system||Reinforced concrete|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||John M. Cooper (1928)|
|The Padre Hotel|
Kern County Museum
The Padre Hotel is a historical landmark hotel located on the corner of 18th and "H" streets in Bakersfield, California. Originally constructed in 1928 as a luxury hotel and restaurant, the eight-story building recently went through an extensive renovation and reopened in 2010. The Padre Hotel now features 112 rooms and suites, several meeting spaces, a restaurant, a bar, a cafe, a bistro, and an outdoor bar with a cabana and firepits. The Padre Hotel has an on-site caterer and can accommodate a variety of special events. Guests of the hotel are required to be 21 years of age, unless accompanied by an adult. 
- Media Kit Archived 2012-03-28 at the Wayback Machine.. The Padre Hotel. Accessed: Oct 9, 2012.
- Architects Who Designed Buildings in Kern County. Kern County Museum. Accessed: Oct 9, 2012.
- KBAK News Archived 2013-10-20 at the Wayback Machine. "New owners reveal plans for future of historic Padre Hotel" Published: March 4, 2008 Accessed: Oct 9, 2012
- Home Page. The Padre Hotel. Accessed: Oct 9, 2012.
- Official Padre Hotel website
- Bakersfieldnow.com: KBAK Bakersfield News article — "New owners reveal plans for future of historic Padre Hotel" (2008)
- Youtube.com: KBAK Bakersfield News segment — "Padre Hotel holds grand opening celebration"
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