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Hotel News We Noted: August 25, 2012
Hotel Package: Get In Touch With Your Inner Dinosaur at Hotel ZaZa
We've long wanted to stay at a Hotel Za Za (mostly just so we can say the name and feel very glamorous), but we also love the idea of an "art focused luxury hotel." The ZaZa in Houston has partnered with the Houston Museum of Natural Science's new Paleontology Hall for a "Texas Triassic Tour Package" with overnight accommodations, admission for two, dinner, valet parking and Internet for just $249, a discount of 40%. No bones about it, this sounds like a good deal.
Hotel Package: Fast Cars and Fancy Resorts in the Cayman Islands
Ever had a fantasy that you were a racecar driver? Here's your chance - spend five nights relaxing at the luxe Cotton Tree Grand Cayman, a sponsor of the Blancpain European Sports Racing circuit. After you've gotten your fill of the Caribbean, fly to Spain for a two-day race in October, where you'll get VIP treatment in the team's pit. For $6,500, this seems like a great deal for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Hot Hotels: In Memory of Marilyn
It's the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death this month. If you're a lover of the film icon, plan a stay at the historic Hotel del Coronado, the location for Monroe's 1959 comedy, "Some Like It Hot." Vacation like a star by staying at the ornate Victorian hotel where Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Monroe dazzled audiences in what is regarded as the number one comedy of all time by the American Film Institute.
Hotels in the Headlines: Taylor Swift Kicked Out of Fairmont Copley Plaza
Or so the rumors go. Apparently (according to the Daily Mail, anyway), Swift and beau, a member of the Kennedy clan, were attending a wedding of Conor Kennedy's cousin and were politely asked to leave because Swift's fame was causing a scene that upstaged the bride. Rumor has it that Swift was very polite, but returned again later that night to dance at the reception. What do you think? Was she wedding crashing in poor form or is the notoriously nice country singer just getting a bad rap for perhaps outshining the bride on her big day?
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