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Carlton: A Tree In Your Room
You expect to see your hotel lobby in full holiday dress this time of year (look for photos our blog). But what about your room? The Carlton hotel sent its decorators upstairs to transform their New Yorker Suite into a Winter Wonderland complete with a full-size tree. The spacious suite comes with cocktails and dinner at Millesime, a $200 shopping gift card, an in room massage and more ($3,560 for two nights). Or stop by the hotel by December 15 and sample the sugarplums at Papabubble New York, a pop-up sweet cart in Carlton’s holiday-spirited lobby. For more
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Once again The Peninsula New York has proved you don’t have to eat pastry to enjoy it. The showpiece of the hotel’s wildly decorative holiday lobby is a Snowpage family — roly, poly papa, mama and baby — cooked up from 90 pounds of white chocolate along with fondant (five pounds), sugar (three pounds) and …READ ON
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