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Top hotel amenities you’d love to have at home…and can!

It’s official. Peak vacation season is here, and many people will be heading to airports or packing up the van for the annual family vacation. For families staying in hotels along the way, many want to make sure they have a “home” experience wherever they lay their heads each night.

No worries. These days, hotels redecorate often – sometimes every three years. Many are creating a more contemporary style to traditional settings, making them more comfortable than ever for today’s discriminating consumers. And each year, many hotel trends and amenities find their way into home décor.

One of the top amenities in top hotels continues to be luxurious bedding. Many hotels, like the Westin, are branding linens so families can be wrapped in softness every day. Feels so good.

Prism Swivel TV Lift Cabinet

Prism is one of the most popular
models used in boutique hotels.

 

Other amenities you’ll find are flat screen televisions and TV Lifts. Hotels are getting rid of huge lots of old bulky televisions and the massive armoires that held them. Clean and contemporary furnishings are the new normal. Rob Buehl, CEO of TVLiftCabinet.com, says that his TVLiftCabinets are in hundreds of boutique hotels. “The hotels are looking for durable furnishings that can withstand the wear and tear of a continual stream of visitors. Our cabinets use a clear finish called Catalyzed Varnish that is extremely scratch resistant. Some of the most popular models you’ll find in hotels are Prism and Crystal Pointe. But one of the most interesting things is when we get calls from people who visit those hotels and want a TVLiftCabinet just like the one they had in their room for their flat screens.”

So even though you can’t take home some of the other favorite amenities like free WiFi, room service, continental breakfasts or your personal concierge, it’s nice to know you can enjoy some of the latest amenities in the comfort of your own home. It’s almost like taking your vacation home with you.

Which TV Lift cabinet is made in the USA?

Time to play our weekly Friday Trivia.

Question of the week:  Which TV lift cabinet is made in the USA?

A) Samuel

B) Axiom

C) Phoenix

D) All of the above

Now Listen Up!  Here are the rules.

Rules:

1.) In order to play, you must send an email to [email protected]  The subject line must read: Made in the USA

2.)    In body of email, you must include the following: TV Lift Cabinet answer, Your Full Name, Address, Phone Number, and Email Address.

Only one vote per household will be considered!  Sara will personally respond to each contestant notifying them whether they are a winner or not.  If a contestant has answered correctly, their name will be added to the winner’s circle.  When a contestant is ready to purchase TV Lift Cabinet, contestant can simply call us at 561-417-0999.  Contestant must notify us they are on the winner’s circle to redeem discount.

Every Thursday, we will reveal the answer on our Thursday Reveals.

LET THE GUESSING BEGIN!

Which TV Lift cabinet is made in the USA?

Time to play our weekly Friday Trivia.

Question of the week:  Which TV lift cabinet is made in the USA?

A) Samuel

B) Axiom

C) Phoenix

D) All of the above

Now Listen Up!  Here are the rules.

Rules:

1.) In order to play, you must send an email to [email protected]  The subject line must read: Made in the USA

2.)    In body of email, you must include the following: TV Lift Cabinet answer, Your Full Name, Address, Phone Number, and Email Address.

Only one vote per household will be considered!  Sara will personally respond to each contestant notifying them whether they are a winner or not.  If a contestant has answered correctly, their name will be added to the winner’s circle.  When a contestant is ready to purchase TV Lift Cabinet, contestant can simply call us at 561-417-0999.  Contestant must notify us they are on the winner’s circle to redeem discount.

Every Thursday, we will reveal the answer on our Thursday Reveals.

LET THE GUESSING BEGIN!

Mashable.com Polls Readers for their Tech-Related New Year’s Resolutions

Recently, Mashable.com launched a user poll asking the question, “What’s your tech-related resolution for the new year?” And the answers ranged from “Getting a new Android phone” to “Leveraging technology to get in shape”. Respondents could select as many resolutions as they wanted and the results (so far) are interesting. The poll is still live and receiving votes.

But before we recap the results, it’s interesting to note some background information about New Year’s Resolutions. Resolutions have been around for about as long as the New Year holiday has, which is really since 153 B.C., when the mythical king of early Rome, Janus, started appearing at the head of the calendar.

It wasn’t until Julius Caesar started the 365-day solar calendar in 46 B.C. that we started celebrating New Year’s Day on January 1. January is named after Janus, who was a two-faced deity who could look back on the past and into the future at the same time. With this symbolism, various cultures adopted ways to celebrate how they could learn from the past and wish for positive changes in the future. In popular the American custom, the New Year is marked by a kiss at the stroke of midnight, purifying the new year ahead. In China, doors are marked with red paint, the symbol of good luck and happiness. From the desire to make good things happen in the coming year, New Year’s Resolutions were born.

In this day and age, we turn to Mashable, with its educated and tech-savvy reading audience, as a credible source for where the culture of technology is headed, so their poll has special merit. In just 24 hours, over 2,100 votes have been cast in the poll and the top three resolutions are:

-Getting an iPad (12+%)

-Getting a new Android phone (12+%)

-Improving my HDTV/home theater (11+%)

With the incredible sales of Apple iPads this past season, it’s interesting to note that nearly as many people who plan to invest in an iPad in 2011 also plan to upgrade their TVs and home theaters. No doubt that some of these “resolute” shoppers will also look into complementing their new TV technology with a new remote-controlled TV lift cabinet. What else can showcase a new flat-screen as neatly and quietly as a TV lift? We’ll keep our eyes on this poll to see if it changes much, but clearly there’s a trend in home theaters being set in 2011. Have you gotten your new TV yet?

Mashable.com Polls Readers for their Tech-Related New Year’s Resolutions

Recently, Mashable.com launched a user poll asking the question, “What’s your tech-related resolution for the new year?” And the answers ranged from “Getting a new Android phone” to “Leveraging technology to get in shape”. Respondents could select as many resolutions as they wanted and the results (so far) are interesting. The poll is still live and receiving votes.

But before we recap the results, it’s interesting to note some background information about New Year’s Resolutions. Resolutions have been around for about as long as the New Year holiday has, which is really since 153 B.C., when the mythical king of early Rome, Janus, started appearing at the head of the calendar.

It wasn’t until Julius Caesar started the 365-day solar calendar in 46 B.C. that we started celebrating New Year’s Day on January 1. January is named after Janus, who was a two-faced deity who could look back on the past and into the future at the same time. With this symbolism, various cultures adopted ways to celebrate how they could learn from the past and wish for positive changes in the future. In popular the American custom, the New Year is marked by a kiss at the stroke of midnight, purifying the new year ahead. In China, doors are marked with red paint, the symbol of good luck and happiness. From the desire to make good things happen in the coming year, New Year’s Resolutions were born.

In this day and age, we turn to Mashable, with its educated and tech-savvy reading audience, as a credible source for where the culture of technology is headed, so their poll has special merit. In just 24 hours, over 2,100 votes have been cast in the poll and the top three resolutions are:

-Getting an iPad (12+%)

-Getting a new Android phone (12+%)

-Improving my HDTV/home theater (11+%)

With the incredible sales of Apple iPads this past season, it’s interesting to note that nearly as many people who plan to invest in an iPad in 2011 also plan to upgrade their TVs and home theaters. No doubt that some of these “resolute” shoppers will also look into complementing their new TV technology with a new remote-controlled TV lift cabinet. What else can showcase a new flat-screen as neatly and quietly as a TV lift? We’ll keep our eyes on this poll to see if it changes much, but clearly there’s a trend in home theaters being set in 2011. Have you gotten your new TV yet?

 
 
 
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