HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Carlton: Suite Dreams
A snooze room at the Carlton
May is Better Sleep Month (it was news to us, too). But good sleep is a good thing, and the Carlton agrees. From May 1, this chic, Edith Wharton-inflected hotel in NoMad offers “Sleep Better,” a restful-sounding package that supplements your stay in a room or suite with a full-size bottle of 21 Drops Proprietary Sleep Essential Oil and a buck-eye mask and pillow to ease headaches and eye strain (you’ll keep both), bedtime herbal tea for two, an in-room sound machine and ear plugs. Just writing this is relaxing. To learn more...READ ON
FROM THE BLOG
Add Marriott to the short (but no doubt growing) list of hotels to declare themselves Apple Watch friendly. Just in time for today’s debut of the shiny new wrist device, Marriott announced that Marriott Rewards members can check in and out of their rooms at 4,100 hotels using an Apple Watch, provided they download Marriott’s …READ ON
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