This beautiful King size bedroom with Wood plank ceilings and wooden floors gives the feeling of true history and beauty. This room has a private bathroom and located near the laundry room as well. The bed is super comfy with red white and blue themed room you will defiantly feel you are in the heart of Texas!
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Enjoy this beautiful, elegant Queen size bedroom with a four-poster antique bed. It's super comfy and perfect for a cozy getaway at Hotel Tarde. The ambiance brings you back to the 1800's yet still having the amenities we all enjoy!
Robert E. Lee Deluxe Suite
Stay comfortably in this king size bed in Hotel Tarde with a room that encapsulates centuries of history. This bedroom is named after General Robert E Lee. He stayed at Hotel Tarde during his time in the civil war. Lee was a great leader and tactical leader who deserves to be remembered for his moral strengths. He is still the only person to graduate from West Point Military Academy with not a single demerit. His military tactics were studied and used during World War II Credit to attached link As practical issues, Lee did not oppose either slavery or secession. Although he felt slavery in the abstract was a bad thing, he blamed the national conflict on abolitionists, and accepted the pro-slavery policies of the Confederacy. He chose to fight to defend his homeland. Credit to: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/grant-lee/ Robert E Lee image credit to: https://www.history.com/topics/american-civil-war/robert-e-lee
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Frederick Olmstead Room
Stay comfortably in a room named after Frederick Olmstead. A visitor of the Hotel Tarde and a famous architect that designed Central Park in New York City. This room encapsulates centuries of history and the essence of a historical hotel in all it's meant to preserve. Frederick Olmstead was an American landscape architect, journalist, social critic, and public administrator. He was the father of American landscape architecture. Upon your arrival see his book My Journey Through Texas and read about his favorite Hotel in the state "Hotel Tarde"! Credit of aforementioned and photo in link provided.