I hate the term real estate. It's cold and business-y, everything that tends to make me hide under the bed. What I write about is space: homes, cafes, places where you can do work, pet the cat, and Google your next-door-neighbor from 10 years ago. I write about places. And I like to do it from a personal perspective.

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Would you stay at the M-31?

Sounds a little too military for me, but check it for yourself.

The jist of the article is actually that hotels are getting more upscale to fit boom times. Seems one thing they're really upping is the internet access. But if San Francisco goes with city-wide WiFi, that may put a dent in that idea.

When I was traveling in Europe earlier this month, I rarely had trouble getting a wireless connection. And never once did I actually have to use the hotel's own connection point.

Of course, if you want to talk American luxury hotels versus European luxury hotels, you're talking apples and baguettes. But that's a whole other post.


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