This historic hotel was built in 1864 during the height of the Victorian Era. It was renamed the Prince of Wales after a stay in 1901 by George Albert. At the time, he was the Prince of Wales and later would become George V, King of the United Kingdom. The property also welcomed Queen Elizabeth in 1973. The elegant exterior promises a memorable vacation experience. The reality will exceed your expectations. Each of the 110 guest rooms is beautifully decorated with antiques blended with modern amenities. The common areas display sculpted woodwork and lush carpeting. The dining choices range from opulent to an outdoor patio. Another delight is sipping tea and tasting finger sandwiches in the Drawing Room.