Back in the 1941, architect L. Murray Dixon designed two art deco hotels, the Regent and the Gale. The two were joined by bridge in the 1960s, and recently, a $35 million remodeling was completed.Now The Gale is a retro-class-meets-modern-elegance boutique hotel situated on a quaint but busy corner ... More >>
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