Trying to decide between getting a hotel room or going home after our wedding. On your wedding night, where did you stay? Did it make a difference? [more inside]
Wedding Night Hotel NYC. I'm looking for a hotel room for our wedding night in October. [more inside]
Our go-to cheap Philly hotel just closed. Help us find an alternate for our wedding guests. [more inside]
Where to stay in Brooklyn, October 2012 edition. [more inside]
I need to house my family in DC for a long weekend in May. I need it not to be insanely expensive. Creative ideas required! [more inside]
How do you negotiate effectively with a hotel? We are trying to book a room block for our wedding guests at a chain hotel (Westin) and I'd like to understand the best leverage for hotel sales people. [more inside]
My boyfriend and I are getting married in Reykjavik, Iceland next summer -- looking for the perfect hotel!
We are planning on getting married in Reykjavik in August of 2011, and have begun the process of looking for the proper venue. Any advice on a great hotel where we can have the ceremony? [more inside]
Looking for suggestions for hotel room gift basket for our out-of-town wedding guests (in July). Bonus for Minnesota/Twin Cities-themed items. [more inside]
What's the usual room block requirements when planning a wedding or meeting? Any negotiating tips? [more inside]
We're getting married in New York City and hoping to find a cozy romantic quiet getaway spot just outside the city. Ideally, this would be within an hour travel of Manhattan and be ~$150-200/night range. It'd be nice if there were a pool and/or jaccuzi and quiet natural environs. We are just looking for a beautiful place to unwind for one night before we have to start packing for our honeymoon. We're open to New Jersey or New York (Long Island, upstate) suggestions.
The rose petals on the bed weren't necessary, but our rider clearly states 'indefinable sense of magic'.
I'm getting married in June - what's the best balance of luxury and value in hotels, for one night, in Edinburgh? [more inside]
I live in California. If I have a wedding reception at a hotel or restaurant and serve alcohol using the facility's bartenders and servers, who is responsible/legally liable if one of my guests gets into an accident - me, as the host of the event, or the hotel/restaurant who provided the servers and bartenders?