An advertisement from a June, 1919, issue of The East Washingtonian said that The Revere Hotel was “Under New Manageneut” and showed O. L. Babcock as the Prop. I haven’t found earlier advertisements listing Mr. Babcock, so I guess that it all depends on the meaning of the word “new.” The misspelling of Management was in all the advertisements I’ve seen.
On one of his hunting trips after he was President, Teddy Roosevelt came way out west. West to Pomeroy and the Hotel Revere. We’ve named one of our Suites after this hunting and fishing President. Located on the 3rd floor, just down the hall from the elevator, the room has even been used as a Honeymoon Suite by more than one lucky couple. Continue reading
The third floor has a living area at the north end with a beautiful, well-lit Living Room and Dining Room overlooking Main Street. These two rooms have 7 of the 8′ tall 3′ wide windows. The living area includes a galley kitchen, bath with shower, closet with additional storage and a bedroom. Continue reading