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City National Bank & Hotel (1909)

The Historic Park Inn Hotel in Mason City, Iowa is the only remaining hotel in the world that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was originally built in 1910 as the City National Bank and Park Inn, and it served as a hotel until 1974. The hotel was then closed and fell into disrepair, but it was restored in 2011 and reopened as a boutique hotel.

Tours

The Historic Park Inn Hotel is open for overnight stays and is also close to the Stockman House which is open for tours.

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More about the Park Inn & Mason City

The Historic Park Inn Hotel is a must-visit for any fan of Frank Lloyd Wright or architecture in general. It is a unique and timeless building that is sure to impress.

Here are some additional facts about the Historic Park Inn Hotel:

  • The hotel has 27 rooms, each of which is unique.
  • The hotel’s restaurant, Markley & Blythe, serves seasonal American cuisine.
  • The hotel’s bar, The Draftsman, is a popular spot for cocktails and live music.
  • The hotel is located in downtown Mason City, just steps from the Charles H. MacNider Museum and the Music Man Square.

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