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I toured the $10,000-a-night penthouse suite of a new luxury hotel in the heart of Times Square, and I felt like I was miles from the most hated part ...
Legendary hotelier Ian Schrager just opened a luxury hotel in Times Square. I took a tour of the hotel and its $10,000-a-night penthouse suite.
I toured the $10,000-a-night penthouse suite of a new luxury hotel in the heart of Times Square in NYC, and I felt like I was miles from the most-hate...
Legendary hotelier Ian Schrager just opened a luxury hotel in NYC's Times Square. I took a tour of the hotel and its $10,000-a-night penthouse suite.
2 tons of lobster, 8,000 fresh roses, and 18,000 bottles of wine: A Cannes hotel reveals what goes into hosting the glamorous, celeb-filled film festi...
Hotel Barrière Le Majestic, a luxury hotel in Cannes, told us about the numbers and prices that go into hosting the glamorous, celeb-filled event.
11 mind-blowing facts that show just how over-the-top the world’s most luxurious hotel, a $1 billion hotel on a man-made island in Dubai, really...
Consistently ranked as the most luxurious hotel in the world, the $1 billion Burj Al Arab spares no expense when it comes to amenities.
A doorman who has worked at the same luxury hotel for 26 years says this is exactly what you should do to get the best treatment
The long-time doorman of The Athenaeum in Mayfair, London explained that there's a very simple way to ensure you get the A-list treatment.
These converted fortresses, prisons, and firehouses into attention-worthy inns.
A Chicago hotel has an ‘urban glamping’ package that puts guests up in a tent on their penthouse terrace — and they’re chargin...
The Gwen Hotel, located off Michigan Avenue in Chicago, offers a glamping experience in its luxury suite for the summer months. It costs $5,500.
From free Fender guitars to a concierge to help you cure your hangover, here are 32 unbelievable amenities you can get at hotels around the world.
The middle class in America is disappearing. Hotels have to choose between 2 distinct paths to survive, says the man who invented boutique hotels.
As the middle class in America shrinks, hotels will become either super luxurious and expensive or more value-oriented, he said.
The cofounder of Studio 54 and inventor of boutique hotels explains why he opened his new luxury hotel in one of the most hated parts of New York City...
Ian Schrager says he's almost always opened his hotels in "terrible" neighborhoods, and it's always worked out.