Live in a luxury hotel that is not in the house – the dream of the decade


More than forty years after the construction of a skyscraper hotel in one of the world capitals, a novel about hotel life is released: "The Dream of the Decade – The London Novels" by Afshan Rathansi, a former BBC Today producer.

The location of the novel is London's skyscraper Hilton in Park Lane, completed in 1963 and designed by architects William B. Taber. The protagonist, a man of the 1980s, makes a good millionaire, but what about the others who chose to live in hotels instead of buying property?

In New York: The Carlyle – "Although the residents of the hotel come in different shapes, sizes and ages, the population tends to twist their elders and reach a high tax category," said Marcy Lieberman, hotel manager at Carlyle. " man. People who are accustomed to a certain comfort and who like to live in an environment where these things are available, "she said.

Combine this with the right amount of pleasure and get the answer to the hotel's prayers – all ending with pleasure. For example, Ritz-Carlton at Central Park South offers both inclusive a la carte services for any situation of desire for a massage to need diamonds at the moment. "(Daniel Bubbeo, Newsday)

In London: John Petch, sales manager of a boutique hotel group, GLA Hotels (owners of Lancaster in Paris and Cadogan Hotel in London) began his career in the Savoy group in the early 1980s, but in the early 1990s years he claims that hotel stays disappear, even the rich believe the long-term remain unprofitable and have turned their attention to affordable second-house investment opportunities.

But the tide turns; Lancaster and Kagoda have three residents who use hotels as city bases. "People return to hotels for security and service," says Petch. Boutique hotels also excel in providing a homely ambience backed by personalized service. "If you have an apartment, you may have one person to take care of you," he says. "Here you have all our employees on call." (Tracy Hoffman, Financial Times)

Hotel Life Names:

Jerry Halliwell – Lansbury, London

Bobby Hashemie, founder of Coffee Republic – Claridge & s, London

Ruud Gullit РMalm̦son, London

Chris Evans – Langham Hilton, London

Richard Harris – Savoy, London

Rupert Murdoch's Wrap Up with Wendy Dunn – Hotel Mercer, New York

Ken Hom – Dorchester, London

Peter Sellers and Britt Ekland; Richard Burton and Liz Taylor. T
Dorchester, London.

Coco Chanel – Ritz, Paris

Marlene Dietrich – Hotel Lancaster, Paris

Greta Garbo, – Fairmont Miramar, Los Angeles

Howard Hughes – Desert Inn, Las Vegas

Salvador Dali – Hotel Meurice, Paris

Peter Bogdanovic – Stanhope Hotel, New York

Claude Monet – Savoy, London

Cate Blanchett – Covent Garden Hotel, London

Cristina Richie – Covent Garden Hotel, London

Diane von Furstenberg – Carlisle, New York

Frank Sinatra – The Waldorf Towers, New York

Cole Porter – The Waldorf Towers, New York

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald – Lowell Hotel, New York

Madonna – Carlisle, New York

Madonna – home, London

William Burroughs – Hotel Beat, Paris

William Burroughs – Chelsea Hotel, New York

Sid Vicious – Chelsea Hotel, New York

Dylan Thomas – Chelsea Hotel, New York

Arthur Clark – Hotel Chelsea, New York

Bob Dylan – Chelsea Hotel, New York

Tim Burton – Hotel Portobello, London

Francis Ford Coppola – Hotel Portobello, London

John Lennon – Hilton, Amsterdam

The title novel in the quartet "The Dream of the Decade" can end with worrying circumstances, but we only have to look at the tragedies of those who have died in hotels to know that this is not unusual. ends


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