Honestly, this isn’t that unusual. Many hotels, especially smaller ones like boutique inns, have a “full” or “partial” buy-out options. Often used for weddings, reunions, retreats, etc. If you’re curious just ask. I suggest planning WELL in advance though as it can be difficult to move existing reservations around. Don’t forget to ask about any Food & Beverage requirements as some properties will require a certain amount of $$ be spent at their various outlets.
Excuse me, but did you enjoy the film The Grand Budapest Hotel? What about The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel? You likey The Shining? If so, chances are you bloody love a good hotel. And fair enough – a good hotel reminds you why domestic living is extraordinary, showcases the bliss to be found in mundane tasks like sitting at a desk to write a note with a pencil, and confirms your mother’s insistence that a freshly made bed is important.
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