HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Hotel Belleclaire: Holiday pop-ups
Every week seems like shopper’s week in New York, but from December 1 through 13 the designation is official. To celebrate Hotel Belleclaire gifts its lobby with sequential pop-ups — Stella & Dot (jewelry and accessories, Dec. 2-5) and Hey Sugar Lookin’ Good (organic bath products, Dec. 9-12). Anyone can stop by and buy. Or live the experience with the Shopper’s Week package: an appointment with a shopping concierge, car transport to your favorite NYC shopping destination, champagne, discounts and more (from $309 a night). For more on the hotel...READ ON
FROM THE BLOG
Last week brought news of yet another hotel that decided the smartest way to guarantee good reviews was to fine guests who write bad ones. The latest chapter unfolded at The Broadway, a budget bed and breakfast hotel in the North England resort town of Blackpool that charged an English couple 100 pounds (about $157) …READ ON
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