Goode says the key to all of these hotels is the right social component — an exclusive bar, club or restaurant built-in — along with a sense of decadence.
“People in hotels want to be mischievous,” he says.
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As for the blow-up doll, she found a new home: The staff cleaned her up, outfitted her in a housekeeper’s uniform and propped her up in a storage closet on the 10th floor.
“This is the same customer that doesn’t want to eat at a chain restaurant,” says Eric Goode, a night-life impresario (Area, B Bar) turned hotelier (the Maritime, the Bowery).
“You have to walk a fine line.” In fact, Tomsky says, the night-life and hotel industries have much in common: absurd markups, an emphasis on snob appeal versus service, and stressed staffers who end up hooked on drugs and booze.
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