Thursday, March 29, 2012

Muehlebach Hotel Light


The historic Muehlebach Hotel in downtown Kansas City was built in 1915.  It was visited by every President from Theodore Roosevelt to Ronald Reagan.  This is now one of three wings of the Marriott Downtown and looks to serve as a banquet area.  No one was in the area when I walked in last week.

Does anyone know the theme for April?

9 comments:

cieldequimper said...

What did I say? Royalty? :-)

The theme is cobblestones. Julie set up a temporary blog with all the info, here's the addy:
http://cdpbthemeday.blogspot.com.au/

We need to spread the word, I'm posting about it tomorrow.

Belmont Lodge said...

That is the grandest ceiling rose I have ever seen, I bet the light had been changed sine Roosevelt's visit, i reckon it used to be a chandaliere, I probably spelt that wrong but you know what I mean. Great Picture though.

tallahasseepics said...

Thanks for the info on the April theme. I keep wondering where CDP went but I hppe they come back at some point. I had only just gotten on it and it's how I found everyone's blogs! Good shot today; that place looks very cool!

Sharon said...

I love that light fixture! The theme for April is cobblestone.

Teresa said...

I would like to have a chandelier like this one someday!

RedPat said...

Love that light!

Halcyon said...

They certainly don't make them like that anymore, do they?

Randy said...

Beautiful light fixture.

Jack said...

Another amazing architectural detail from Kansas City.