Rather than a discounted rate—lawyers can afford those rooms, surely—members of law firms staying at the hotel in March will be treated to special service, with complimentary upgrades, high-speed or WiFi internet use, bottled water, an overnight shoeshine and a cocktail called “Blind Justice.” (Which presumably gets lawyers blind drunk.)
The property’s reason for this month-long festival of legal niceties is simply “because of the outstanding support the legal community provides.”
If that’s all it takes, perhaps all those doughnut vendors in carts will get their turn next? After all, they provide outstanding support in this city, too. Without them, most of New York’s office workers would collapse from caffeine and sugar withdrawal. What do you say, Ritz-Carlton?