Advice on these hotels

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  1. I am John does anyone have thoughts on the Mandarin Oriental in New York, Fairmont San Francisco, and Sofitel in Chicago. I am going to these cities for a wonderful city trip.
     
  2. Pizzaman
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    I can only comment on Fairmont San Francisco. This hotel is a bit of an old dame. There are better properties in SF, but I'm a bit nostalgic and think that if you haven't stayed there, it's certainly worth the trip.
     
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    The Mandarin in NYC is heavenly. It's like a quiet, calm oasis in the middle of the cacophony that is Manhattan. I love it there. NB: the lobby is on the 35th floor of the building. You and your traveling companions must be ok with significant heights. If you are, you'll appreciate the views!!
     
  4. Mike Reed

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    @AdamAlex, you've asked these questions before, then got upset with some of the answers and left. Now you're back under a false handle?
     
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  5. Jaimito Cartero
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    Wow, I was just having the same thought.
     
  6. Mike Reed

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    So, so easy... :)
     
  7. Jaimito Cartero
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    Perhaps you can be his travel agent. I hear it pays well. :)
     
  8. Mike Reed

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    He couldn't afford me. $150 per email, $1500 per change + actual costs.
     
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  9. actually I could I have more than enough
     
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    People who can afford, do not whine about comps and upgrades ;) I dont see Chambers or Immelt tweeting or facebook blabing ;)
     
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