Elegant small hotels: a connoisseur's guide

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Lanier Pub. International, 1992 - Travel - 209 pages
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Elegant Small Hotels, long a tradition in the capital cities of Europe, can be found today throughout the United States. Their hallmarks are exquisitely appointed guest rooms and suites, inspired architecture, luxurious ambience and personal service par excellence. Every great American hotel described in this guide is unique. Most offer the finest cuisine to be found anywhere. Many are historic grand hotels restored to surpass even their original splendor. Others are newly built masterpieces by today's world-class designers. Each displays a special individuality that sets it apart. In these pages you will discover state-of-the-art business conference settings, quintessential vacation resorts and intimate honeymoon hideaways. Guest lists include U.S. presidents, visiting dignitaries, motion picture and performing arts celebrities - as well as discriminating travelers like yourself. Book jacket.

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Contents

Alaska
1
Tanque Verde Ranch Tucson
7
Hotel Carter Eureka
13
Surf Sand Hotel Laguna Beach
19
Malibu Beach 1nn Malibu
25
Garden Court Hotel Palo Alto
31
Campton Place San Francisco
37
Colorado
62
PalmAire Spa Resort Pompano
87
Clarion Telfair 1nn Augusta
93
Kona Village Resort KailuaKona
97
Tremont Hotel Chicago
103
Maine
109
Michigan
121
The 1nn at Thorn Hill lackson
127
New York
137

Loews Giorgio Hotel Denver
66
District Of Columbia
72
Bay Harbour 1nn Bay Harbour 1sland
78
Hawks Cay Resort Marathon
81
Pare Fifty One Hotel New York
143
The Surrey Hotel New York
147
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About the author (1992)

PAMELA LANIER is the leading author in the boutique accommodations field. In the past 20 years she has become a recognized travel expert, especially well known for her contributions to the specialty travel industry, and she was recently named the ?Lewis and Clark of modern travel? by the Tribune Syndication. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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