World's Most Notorious Hotel Rooms

World's Most Notorious Hotel Rooms

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Courtesy of The Biltmore Hotel

If these walls could talk, they’d be slapped with a gag order. T+L reviews a century’s worth of legendary hotel misbehavior.

1920’s

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During Prohibition, Al Capone runs a speakeasy out of the Biltmore Hotel, in Coral Gables, Florida, while camped out in the 13th-floor Everglades suite—where, in 1929, hit man Thomas “Fats” Walsh is fatally shot.

 

 

 

World's Most Notorious Hotel Rooms

1920’s

During Prohibition, Al Capone runs a speakeasy out of the Biltmore Hotel, in Coral Gables, Florida, while camped out in the 13th-floor Everglades suite—where, in 1929, hit man Thomas “Fats” Walsh is fatally shot.

 

 

 

Courtesy of The Biltmore Hotel
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