Demand for public areas to handle the rooms encouraged us in April 1960 to start construction of the main inn, which was to eventually consists of the wine cellar, bakery, coffee shop, dining room, the cocktail lounge, banquet rooms, ladies’ boutique, men’s gift shop, and the gourmet shop. One hundred ten unique rooms now exist, each decorated differently to suit many individual tastes...rock rooms, waterfall showers, rock fireplaces, European fixtures, and fine furnishings to name a few."
The Madonna Inn has produced hundreds and hundreds of postcards. There are several of the outside including the one above, one with a frame, the sign at night, a close view, the inn at night, a wide view of the Inn and the Hilltop Motel Building.
The real beauty of the Madonna Inn is the interior. There's the lobby, the Coffee Shop, there are several cards of the amazing counter, several cards of the coffee shop booths. The executive coffee shop and the Gold Rush Dining Room and Men's Gift Shop are all represented.
As you read earlier, there are 110 uniquely themed rooms. I haven't found a card for every room, but I have found dozens. The Madonna Inn website has a grid featuring the name and price of every single room. Here are the rooms that have cards that I can find. (Some of these postcards are from my collection, some are from Card Cow and the majority are from TimeTravelNow's awesome collection.)