Tuesday, January 5, 2010

STILL no need to thank me (and book your rooms by FEBRUARY 31!)


From the EV Grieve in-box... You may recall this offer the first time around last November...

Hello E.V. The exclusive offer for a complimentary night for you and your readers at The Surrey Hotel is nearing a close! The Surrey is one of the newest and most artistically robust hotels to debut in NYC in recent years, The Surrey. The hotel debuted on November 12 in Manhattan's most exclusive neighborhood, the Upper East Side, and it premiered with an extensive art collection—including works by Jenny Holzer, Jimmie Martin, Richard Serra, Donald Sultan and William Kentridge—and 3-star, in-room dining by Cafe Boulud.

Built in Beaux-Arts architectural design, The Surrey has just concluded a $60+ million dollar re-creation by renowned architectural and interior designer Lauren Rottet, FAIA, IIDA. Beaux-Arts/Art Deco custom-designed furnishings and fixtures fill the walls of this 1900s structure with pieces such as hand-painted armoires and ornate walnut cabinetry. Sprinkled throughout the 17 floors, guests also encounter captivating black & white photos of New York and unexpected graffitied pieces.

The Surrey features 190 salons, including 30 suites, a Penthouse and a Presidential suite, that range from 350 to 4,500 square feet. At the heart of all salons and suites is the handcrafted DUX bed by Duxiana, engineered for perfect support, and dressed in Sferra bedding.

As an introductory package for your readers, are pleased to present you with a complimentary room when reserving a minimum of two-night stay. To reserve your room at The Surrey simply click and use the Promotional Code: SOCGO at check out. This offer is valid for stays starting November 1, 2009 through March 31, 2010 and must be booked by February 31, 2010 with rates starting at $549 per night.


Feb. 31? I think they're fucking with us...

Previously on EV Grieve:
No need to thank me

2 comments:

Goggla said...

This is why 2010 will be awesome - it's packed with extra days at no additional cost!

The 'unexpected graffitied pieces' intrigue me...

EV Grieve said...

I'm intrigued too. Does this mean we'll walk into the lobby and see that someone tagged that William Kentridge mono-type print?