"Not many. But when they do, they love it," St Regis Deer Valley Butler Alexander Mattinson told Park City Magazine. "It's like working on a big jigsaw puzzle... We use a lot of tissue paper. If in doubt, add more paper. Always place heavy items on the bottom of the bag -- the bottom when it is standing up, mind you. Don't let colors rub together and individually wrap each button in tissue so they won't catch on anything. Toiletries go in at the end, so they are readily available."
Individually wrapped buttons? Wow. If for no other reason, perhaps we give this a go to see all our shirts with their buttons wrapped.
But for real, we wonder whether this could be a perk that trickles down as hotels seek new ways to please their customers. Would you be down if this service became more commonplace? Would you let the hotel staff tuck in your undies, or would you prefer to do the packing yourself? We're unsure about unpacking upon arrival, but packing at the end of the trip? Consider us intrigued.
[Photo: Sheraton Park Tower]