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Theme rooms provide a unique thrill for hotel guests

ROOMS: See Page 7A Treat yourself and escape to a special location without leaving the city and book one of our theme suites. All theme suites offer a variety of themes with coffeemaker, hairdryer, iron and board, wet bar and small fridge and whi...

ROOMS: See Page 7A

Treat yourself and escape to a special location without leaving the city and book one of our theme suites.

All theme suites offer a variety of themes with coffeemaker, hairdryer, iron and board, wet bar and small fridge and whirlpool. In addition, we offer enhanced guest room amenities and bathrobes.

Dakota Suite

This fun suite will take you back to the Old West with your bed designed as a covered wagon and the whirlpool set up like a water barrel. Saloon doors are your entrance to the washroom and you sip your drink at the saloon style bar.

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Southseas Suite

This is your tropical island with the bed as your grass hut and the whirlpool as a small rowboat. You will enjoy the comfort and warmth of this suite complete with wicker furniture.

Roman Suite

Ben-Hur would be right at home in this suite complete with Roman pillars around the bed and the whirlpool designed as a Roman bath house with mirrors and marble.

Egyptian Suite

Enjoy a bit of Egypt with the Egyptian inspired décor.

Japanese Suite

Relax in our simulated bathhouse in this Oriental delight!

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Mayan Suite

Enjoy a bit of the ancient Mayan civilization with the Maya inspired décor.

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