Hotel Cadillac was an old hotel on Chestnut Street downtown. It was probably a high-class place during its heyday in the 1930's - 1940's. Now it is sadly in poor condition and functions more as a home for transients than a true hotel.
Closed on June 8, 2018 and the current residents have been asked to vacate and find alternative living arrangements. A few days before evictions there have been protests to the evictions. The plan is to renovate the building back into a private hotel.
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2007-01-07 22:58:42 not a family place! —BenMargolis
2007-01-08 09:16:50 Once when I was driving by, I saw parents and a couple of pretty young kids unloading suitcases from their car right in front of it! I almost wanted to warn them to go find somewhere else. —RachelBlumenthal
2007-01-08 09:39:35 I never stayed there. What's it like? —JasonOlshefsky
2007-01-09 07:58:45 When I was young and foolish, I got a drink at the bar there on a bet. That was the quickest beer I ever drank. —JasonWilder
2007-01-09 08:56:14 I think they rent rooms by the hour, and people stay there to do drugs. Some very sketchy characters hang out there. —BenMargolis
2007-01-09 10:15:35 Well yeah, I stopped in for a drink once in 2001. I thought it was kind of an "old man's" bar — one that smells like a barber shop and contains a bunch of guys with implicitly assigned seats. So far there is a lot of speculation but nobody who's seen a room. —JasonOlshefsky
2018-06-09 22:14:35 Decades of urban legends about this place and now it's gone. I was actually in the preliminary stages of making a documentary about this place before it abruptly closed. Now it's story can never be told... —sub619