Secrets of Success 2013

Diamond Springs Hotel restaurant just like home

By From page SOS19 | December 30, 2013

Amid the hustle and bustle of breakfast on a Sunday morning at the Diamond Springs Hotel, it can be easy to forget the vast history behind this longstanding establishment. Built in 1916 by Antone Meyer, the Diamond Springs Hotel is the lone survivor of many boarding houses and hotels established in Diamond Springs during the Gold Rush. In its almost 100 years, the hotel has served as a resting place for miners, a popular dining spot for locals and even, some say, a hang out place for ghosts.

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