From 1911 to 1926, the Hotel Montgomery was regarded as San Jose's only first class downtown hotel.
While the building largely reflects the Renaissance Revival style, it also exhibits elements of the Spanish and Beaux Arts styles.
When it first opened, the hotel was one of the most technologically advanced in the area, featuring in-room plumbing, a switchboard with in-room phones, electric elevators, electric fixtures, and steam heat.
In January 2000, the hotel was moved 186 feet to the south, inch by inch for three hours; according to the construction company, the move was the longest and heaviest ever made on rubber wheels.
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