The Sheraton wants to show "our guests that we applaud their own makeover investments in their homes, apartments and personal self-improvement ... We look forward to hearing many entertaining makeover stories from our guests”, says GM Mark Sanders.
Now, we're no cosmetic surgery experts (but never say never) but aren't people usually a bit cagey about advertising the fact that they got a little something done? We're really curious to see how many guests will be prepared to share their personal cosmetic surgical history with hotel staff for a $50 credit. And how "entertaining" is plastic surgery, usually? So many questions, but, we admit, it's certainly a novel promotion.
We found October rates starting at $469 for a Traditional Room.
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