|The George Hotel|
|Location||14th Street and Washington Street|
|Proprietor||Emilio Barzini, Jr.|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening Innocents|
|Racket Boss||Francesco Barzini|
|Racket Boss Weakness||Threatening With Firearms|
|Venue Difficulty||Very Hard|
|Racket Difficulty||Very Hard|
The George Hotel was one of the most expensive hotels in New Jersey, run by former singer Micky MacHale. The hotel was a front for a major Barzini family gambling racket run by Francesco Barzini, and was also known to harbour the offices and safehouse of underboss Emilio Barzini, Jr. until he departed for his own safety in 1948.
In 1947, during the Five Families War, the Hotel was taken over by the Corleone family. The New Jersey Police Chief was known to have placed a room on permanent reservation around this time, a room which he used to store incriminating evidence against himself from several murder trials. However, thanks to a tip-off from the singer at The Crane Club, Aldo Trapani was able to locate the evidence and blackmail the chief in protecting his family.