The Safari Room
In 1932 Piggott hosted the World Premiere of A FAREWELL TO ARMS. Anxious to recapture the notoriety, Ernest Hemingway sought new experiences to generate fresh concepts and new material. Enter, "Uncle Gus" Pfeiffer with a monetary gift to finance a three month African Safari. Events from the 1933 Safari would later be recorded in various Hemingway novels and short stories, including THE GREEN HILLS OF AFRICA, THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARY and even THE SHORT HAPPY LIFE OF FRANCIS MACOMBER.
This room is designed to capture that adventurous experience.
Second floor room with private bath, flat screen TV with expanded cable, high speed internet connectivity and hairdryer. Queen size bed provides a great night's rest. The sofa bed makes into a queen size bed.
Hot breakfast served daily, a great way to begin your work day or morning of leisure! Please advise if you have special dietary needs.
Note: Rates are for 2 individuals. An additional fee of $10 per night per person is charged for additional guests.