Attica is a beloved local landmark with an intriguing
history. Built in 1853, it was originally known as the Revere
House. Visit soon and become a part of history! Widely renowned
for delectable prime rib and hearty hospitality, the hotel has
entertained numerous famous guests, including Bette Davis, Bing
crosby, Al Jolson and Paul Dresser. Legend has it that Al Capone
and “friends” occasionally
Jeff and Bertie Scott have preserved many of the
original fixtures and restored much of the building’s original
charm, and they are happy to share countless fascinating
facts and amusing anecdotes about the hotel. The U.S. Department
of the Interior’s
National Register of Historic Places has recently added
Hotel Attica to its list of important and historic structures.
The hotel offers the ambience found in family-owned
hotels dotted around the English countryside. Each room
is uniquely furnished and has a cozy warmth that reflects
Hotel Attica’s charming hospitality.
Attica and other business and property owners
in Downtown Attica have been involved in Main Street
a project to renovate the facades of many historic buildings.
Stop by and admire the "new" look
featured on the historic hotel’s