The historic Lowe Hotel is located in the heart of the Point Pleasant Historic District
at the corner of Fourth and Main Streets. Its grand structure was built in 1901
and originally named the Spencer Hotel in honor of J.S. Spencer.
Then operated by two brothers, Homer and Griff Smith, the hotel
was purchased by the Lowe family in 1929 after the stock market crash
and renamed the Lowe Hotel.

The hotel is now owned by Ruth and Rush Finley, who purchased the Lowe
in 1990. A visit to the Lowe gives a step back in time with today's conveniences.
Ruth and Rush have been continually upgrading the building and adding
their personal touch to the business. The friendly atmosphere and hospitality create
a very pleasant and restful experience for the traveler.




When staying at the Lowe, there are plenty of local attractions within walking distance:
- - Tu-Endie-Wei State Park (four blocks away) - -
- - The Historic Point Pleasant Walking District (outside our doors) - -
- - Point Pleasant River Museum (four blocks away) - -
- - Point Pleasant Riverfront Park (next door) - -
- - The Mothman Museum and Research Center (in our building) - -
- - The Ohio and Kanawha Rivers (the trail is behind our building) - -

There are also plenty of local attractions within a short drive:
- - West Virginia State Farm Museum (ten minutes away) - -
- - Krodel Park and Historic Fort Randolph (three minutes away) - -
- - The Bob Evans Farm (twenty minutes away in Rio Grande, Ohio) - -
- - Our House Museum (twenty minutes away in Gallipolis, Ohio) - -
- - McClintic Wildlife Station (ten minutes away) - -
- - Cornstalk Public Hunting Grounds (twenty minutes away) - -


Spend a day, a week, or a month. You'll find the Lowe Hotel
a pleasing and comfortable place to stay.

Please call us for current rates and availability: (304) 675-2260.

Where to find us: Corner of Fourth and Main Streets, Point Pleasant, WV 25550.






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