The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue is one of three New York City hotels that are part of Hotels.com … [+]
The hotel bathtub can be a coveted room or suite, and Hotels.com is trying to maintain its status by finding its first “Bath Boss”.
With the award of this title and the responsibility associated with it, the winner will undertake an on-site research trip to three luxury hotels in New York City as part of this Hotels.com competition. On this “Tour de Tub” described, the appointed “Bath Boss” will be given the task of putting his lavish tubs in the room to the test and documenting his experiences.
From November 9-15, 2021, this person will do their research and results every time they stay at the hotel, possibly with some bubbles.
The “Bath Boss” from Hotels.com will check the bathtubs in three New York luxury hotels.
You’ll spend two nights at each property, but you’ll need to allow the right amount of time to scout out your tub.
“At Hotels.com we are passionate about our best ‘hotel life’ and all of its benefits, including epic bathing experiences,” said Shannon Lovich, Hotels.com’s Head of PR and Communications North America, in a press release: “When we recently got one Washington Post article We knew we had to step in to save them. “
The NYC hotels competing in this Bath Boss competition are the ones Mr. C seaport, The Dominick and The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue. Each property was chosen for its top notch tubs, with the fall workweek scheduled for glorious seasonal exterior views.
Mr. C Seaport is located in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport.
Mr. C Seaport is located in Lower Manhattan’s South Street Seaport, near the East River and Brooklyn Bridge, along with its balconies overlooking the city skyline. Owned by the Cipriani family, Mr. C Seaport offers 66 elegant guest rooms and suites.
In Soho, The Dominick is a five-diamond property where the “Bath Boss” is said to have penthouse views during his time there. As a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Legend Collection, The Dominick offers 391 residential style guest rooms, more than a third of which are suites. The Vestry restaurant is a seasonally oriented restaurant under the direction of Michelin star chef Shaun Hergatt.
Hotels.com’s “Bath Boss” will stay at The Dominick in Soho.
Third, in Midtown Manhattan, The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue has many rooms and suites that show window scenes of the neighborhood’s bustling landscape. In July 2021, the hotel welcomed Sky Terrace by Ai Fiori, an outdoor dining oasis on the 11th floor. The restaurant is known for its modern take on French and Italian Riviera cuisine, with dishes inspired by land and sea.
In addition to the three hotel stays, the “Bath Boss” winner will be rewarded for his work with a “salary” of US $ 5,000 and a travel grant of US $ 1,000. They also receive cozy bath accessories, a tailor-made bathrobe, slippers and an eye mask for their bathing time.
In order to be considered a “Bath Boss”, prospective researchers have to fill out an application. apply Hotels.com/Bathboss through Friday, October 15, 2021, 12 p.m. CT.