by Terence Baker | September 01, 2004


What is the nicest hotel
you’ve ever stayed in?

“The Four Seasons Hawaii on the Big Island. I’m tall, so I usually sleep in an untucked bed. I don’t know how the housekeeper did it, but the bed stayed tucked.”
David Jewell
Regional Sales Manager

“The Fairmont Acapulco Princess, because of the Roman bathtub. It’s roughly the size of a whirlpool inside the bathroom. I never went to the pool.”
Maggie Kearney
Meeting and Publications Manager
International College of Surgeons, U.S. Section

“The Venetian in Las Vegas. All the bedrooms were suite-type, the beds were big and soft, and the view was great. I also liked the idea of a canal passing through.”
Shirley M. Artis
Manager, Meetings & Special Events
Kensey Nash Corp.
Exton, Pa.

“Villa d’Este on Lake Como, in Italy. I was there on my honeymoon almost 20 years ago, and I still haven’t forgotten it. If you have a romantic bone in your body, that place is it.”
Jean O’Donnell
Meeting Industry Consultant and Trainer
Woodbury, N.J.