First known as the Travelers Hotel, this inn was completed in 1929 and renamed "The Faust" in 1936.
It is an example of Spanish Colonial Revival design. I was not really impressed by the building itself except for the ornate terra cotta decorative work.
During the 1940s, the Faust is said to have been a favored spot among servicemen stationed in San Antonio and became informally known as the "Honeymoon Hotel."
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