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The hotel : backstairs at the world's most exculusive hotel (udgave 1997)

af Jeffrey Robinson

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For over a century, Claridge's Hotel in London has been the hotel, the place to which the titled, the leisured, and the pampered return year after year, decade after decade, expecting and receiving the very finest. Indeed, Claridge's has come to embody the whole concept of grand luxe: the champagne chilled to the right temperature, the truffles impeccably prepared, the linen sheets crisp but soft, the silver buffed to a shine. For those who love hotels, it is the ne plus ultra of what a hotel should be. Author Jeffrey Robinson spent months at Claridge's, finding out what goes into perfection: the hours of preparation for every guest, whose needs and whims are catered to down to the tiniest detail. Hotels are natural arenas for human drama. The greater the hotel, the greater the drama. From protecting a president to feeding the Queen (one royal occasion cost $250,000), top-flight suites to backroom scenes, Robinson gives us a view few have ever seen: the workings of luxury.… (mere)
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Titel:The hotel : backstairs at the world's most exculusive hotel
Forfattere:Jeffrey Robinson
Info:New York : Arcade Publishing, 1997.
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For over a century, Claridge's Hotel in London has been the hotel, the place to which the titled, the leisured, and the pampered return year after year, decade after decade, expecting and receiving the very finest. Indeed, Claridge's has come to embody the whole concept of grand luxe: the champagne chilled to the right temperature, the truffles impeccably prepared, the linen sheets crisp but soft, the silver buffed to a shine. For those who love hotels, it is the ne plus ultra of what a hotel should be. Author Jeffrey Robinson spent months at Claridge's, finding out what goes into perfection: the hours of preparation for every guest, whose needs and whims are catered to down to the tiniest detail. Hotels are natural arenas for human drama. The greater the hotel, the greater the drama. From protecting a president to feeding the Queen (one royal occasion cost $250,000), top-flight suites to backroom scenes, Robinson gives us a view few have ever seen: the workings of luxury.

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