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The Hottest New Hotels of the Year

The Conde Nast Traveler magazine released the Hot List Hotels 2011. Every year, the magazine sent editors to check out new hotels anonymously and see “how special a property is” and “how special a hotel makes you feel.” This Fox News video features five hotels of the list. They are:
  • Mancora Marina Hotel in Mancora, Peru
  • The Waikiki Edition in Honolulu, HI
  • The Redbury in Los Angeles, CA
  • The Savoy, a Fairmont Hotel in London, England
  • Hotel Beaux Arts in Miami, FL
Some of these hotels are very small but all have “special” features. Not all of them are in the luxury market either, but many have unique “themes” and provide personalized service. Once again, I see the boutique hotel trend from the hot list. Have you been to any of the hot hotels in the list? How does it make you feel special as a guest? What hotel trend did you see from the video?

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  1. This one is very nice and excellent information of the hotel list and service.I love this great new hotel and information.It is very useful post.

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  2. these are some very nice hotel,if i had one to chose from i would go with the Miami hotel somethings that stood out to me is the room fixture in the price is not that bad.they also so ask what kind of pillows in sheets you like prior to your stay so i think that was different.

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