Synopsis by Hal Erickson
A novel by British author Eliot Crashaw-Williams was the source for the French melodrama La Nuit a L'Hotel. Jean Perier stars as naïve Colonel who spends an evening in the titular hotel. Though he is loved by a middle-aged lady violinist (Magdelaine Berubet), the Colonel has eyes only for young and reckless Marion Barnes (Marcelle Romee). Convincing himself that Marion is a girl of high principle and virtue, the Colonel is so aghast when he discovers her true libertine nature that he promptly kills himself! La Nuit a L'Hotel was also filmed in a German language version.