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It was the logical progression from selling drinks in a client’s room. I’m only surprised that it’s taken this long.
It’s also clearly the new way to rate the quality of a hotel: Does it offer a “Petite Love Box” (like the Montalambert in Paris) or a “Shag Bag” (like the Sagamore in Miami Beach)? Can’t you just see your grandma saying, “You’re not staying at a Shag Bag hotel?!?”
I tell you, It’s the new star rating.