May 01, 2000
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts May 2000

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On the SpotOf all the hotels you have visited, which had the nicest standard rooms?

“Last year, I stayed at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson, Ariz. There was something about the rooms very neutral in color that had a calming effect. They had large pillows and beds set on an angle. And the view was outstanding.”
Terry Blumenstein
Coordination Plus Inc.
Sarasota, Fla.

“The Xandari Hotel in San Jose, Costa Rica. Rooms allow for maximum outdoor views from the bedroom and bathroom while maintaining privacy. I wanted to take home the majority of the art and decor ideas very rare in a hotel room. Scenic hiking trails led to several waterfalls. I highly recommend the hotel.”
Michelle Finnigan-Drew
National Sales Manager
Meeting Trends
Omaha, Neb.
“The Fairmont Hotel in Chicago. The standard rooms are big and clean, space is ample for working with a laptop, and the bathrooms are large with a separate shower. My room had a view of Lake Michigan, which added to my enjoyment. Although most of my time was spent in the conference area which is also very nice I did enjoy going back to my room at night.”
Diane Watanabe
Conference Planner
Financial Executives Institute
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