They had a replica of Lucy the Elephant in the hotel Lobby.
An attention-grabbing example of creative late-Victorian architecture, Lucy the Elephant looms majestically over the surrounding buildings of Margate City, just two miles south of Atlantic City. Standing at a staggering 65 feet, this original landmark provides magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean. This brainchild of engineer and inventor James Vincent de Paul Lafferty, Jr. weighs in at a tremendous 90 tons and has led quite an interesting life since her creation in 1881. In her 128 years, she has been used as a beach home, lively seaside tavern, restaurant, business office, and all the while a popular tourist destination. In 1976, the U.S. Department of the Interior recognized Lucy the Elephant as a National Historic Landmark.