Now back to the reason we went on the road trip in the first place - The Arcade Hotel. On entering the Arcade Hotel there's only one word that can describe my reaction: mind blown. Just the simple action of taking a step inside the hotel, looking around at the interior, seeing all these people in the lobby doing one thing and one thing only - gaming - brought a whole new perspective to what I thought it would be like. I was surprised to see and feel the atmosphere. Daniel was focussed on making sure the people who visited the hotel felt like they were "staying at a friend's home", and I have to admit, he has successfully accomplished just that.
The luxury hotel Donald Trump has built in an iconic downtown Washington building is set to open to the public Monday. The Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C., will begin serving guests Monday. A representative for the hotel says that most of the property's 263 rooms are expected to be finished at the end of October, with grand opening ceremonies being planned later that month. According to the Trump Hotels reservation website, rooms for the soft-opening weekend start around 750 per night and go over 4,800 a night for the premier Postmaster Suite. After the soft-opening period, room mates will start around 472 a night for a "deluxe room" to 9,000 for the one-bedroom presidential suite.
Robert De Niro is expanding his luxury travel empire with the addition of a new hotel in London's Covent Garden area. On Saturday, the award-winning actor announced plans for an 83-room property which will merge six historic buildings into one large unit featuring a luxury spa, two restaurants and a central courtyard, reports Sky News. De Niro plans to call the new property The Wellington Hotel, if his team is granted permission to build by the Westminster Council. "London is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world," said De Niro ahead of the announcement. "It makes perfect sense to develop a hotel that represents all of that in the heart of this city in Covent Garden."
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Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 9 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Stealing towels from a hotel is one thing, but taking the mattress is going way too far. A new survey reveals that luxury hotels have to deal with guests stealing mattresses more often than anyone would've guessed. According to the survey, conducted by Wellness Heaven, a hotel and spa reviewer, five-star hotels are actually more likely to see large items go missing as opposed to smaller, easier-to-conceal items.