This one lasted longer than any of them. By the end it had been mauled beyond recognition, but it was there for most of the century. And now it's everywhere. The Radisson hotel was purchased by a local company that made it into a world-wide chain.
If the postcard above seems different from the picture at the top, that's because the main image shows the hotel after the addition. Like the Dyckman, it threw off the symmetry of the entrance. But who cared?