by Terence Baker | September 01, 2004

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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
HelmsBriscoe
Toronto

“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
Chicago

“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.