Jul 26, 2016 5:33 PM
New Arlington Hotel in Bethlehem nearing completion
BETHLEHEM, N.H. (AP) — Officials say construction on the new Arlington Hotel in Bethlehem is nearing completion and the 65-room business is on track to begin taking guests in late August.
The Caledonian Record reports the project replaces the old Arlington Hotel, which stood for a century and a half across from the Bethlehem Country Club and golf course.
The old Arlington Hotel was built in 1876 and originally called the Centennial House. It was torn down in early 2015.
The new Arlington Hotel will feature such modern amenities as a pool, spa, salon, gym and two banquet rooms. It's built on a site that sits behind where the old hotel was situated.
Hotel officials say the establishment will employ between 15 to 20 people.