Hotel Vermont Offers Fun ‘Bedtime Menu,’ Lets You Shop Your Room Decor – HotelChatter
Hotel Vermont Offers Fun ‘Bedtime Menu,’ Lets You Shop Your Room Decor
An amenities-filled “Bedtime Menu” and “we sell everything!” approach to room decor is cute, clever, and only slightly bad for the bank account.
Finally, a hotel that insomniacs and kleptomaniacs can agree on! (Thisll show that marriage counselor!)
Welcome to Hotel Vermont, a rustic-chic destination (opened just last year) that brings urbane gloss to the cobblestone streets of quaint Burlington, Vermont. (Things it also brings: acclaimed dining at the six-time James Beard award nominated restaurant Hen of the Wood.)
The 125 contemporary guest rooms are perfect for city slicker couples who want the fresh air and relaxation of a northern New England retreat, minus all the lace and doilies and crumpets associated with your average Green Mountain State B&B.
Theyre also perfect for those who cant help themselves from filling their suitcase with souvenirs of a getaway. But instead of resorting to hording sample-sized shampoo bottles (you desperate keepsake cat burglar), guests can take home not just the soap but also the handmade soap dishes.
Oh, and the Johnson Woolen Mills flannel blankets, the alarm clock, the Tivoli radio, the felt flowers and vase, the water glasses and carafe need we continue? Almost everything is for sale! explains an in-room price list, which points out all the accommodation accouterments that will simply be charged to your tab if they go missing.
They should, because basically everything is also hand-made by local New England artisans. This is good Vermont-y swag.