Liberals Are Getting Their Own Anti-Trump Hotel In Washington DC

Liberals prefer to be in an environment where they know everyone else agrees with them. That makes this a very smart business idea. Liberals will love this hotel and all the liberal rules which will undoubtedly be enforced here.

Bloomberg reports:

Coming Soon to Washington: An Anti-Trump Hotel for Liberals

The first thing you’ll see when you walk into Eaton Workshop, a hotel opening in late spring 2018 in Washington, is a custom-commissioned video art installation by AJ Schnack, shown on a series of vintage-style television screens. All day long, it’ll broadcast a montage of footage from the presidential elections of 2012 and 2016 that’s built around one pointed question: How did our country get where it is today?

It’s not a subtle statement, and it’s not meant to be.

In Trump’s Washington, Eaton is planting a clear flag as a haven for Democrats. It’s the world’s first politically motivated hotel, the flagship for a global brand that’s built around social activism and community engagement. And it comes with a pedigree: As the daughter of Ka Shui Lo, the creator and executive chairman of Hong Kong-based Langham Hospitality Group Ltd., founder Katherine Lo knows a thing or two about luxury hotels and world-class service…

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With a premise that’s built around liberal activism and civic engagement, the brand will weave a liberal philosophy into every aspect of the guest experience, some more obvious than others.

Can you imagine what it will be like to work at this place? It probably won’t be much fun.

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