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When I go traveling, I like doing it in style — flying first class with the best hotels and nothing less. When I look for hotels, I look for the ones with the best amenities. I would never be caught dead at something less than certified triple platinum five diamond hotels. A Comfort Inn? A Marriott? Fuck no.
Sure, there are the usual suspects of things to look for in a hotel. First, there’s the pool, then there’s the restaurants and bars, and then there’s the view. But I’m always looking for something little extra, something with a “WOW” factor. That’s why I love Vegas. Want a hotel with a tiger enclosure and a pirate ship mixed with Venetian gondolas? Vegas has it.
Well, I finally found something that I haven’t seen before. Something that not even Vegas has.
From Good Morning America:
The “world’s first crowd-funded craft beer hotel,” as it’s being billed, is slated to open in Columbus, Ohio, this summer. And, yes, there will be a tap in every overnight room.
BrewDog, the company behind The DogHouse, as the hotel is called, is a craft brewery that originated in North East Scotland. Its first U.S. brewery launched in 2017 in Columbus, Ohio, and is connected to the site of the soon-to-be-opened hotel.
A beer tap in every room? Sure, I’ve seen rooms with fully stocked mini bars, but this is revolutionary. Hopefully, it’s included in the nightly rate and they won’t charge by the glass or keg. That’d be a game changer.
And look at that location! Location is extremely important and nothing screams summertime fun and excitement more than Columbus, Ohio. Who wouldn’t want to go to the third biggest city in Ohio? It’s home to the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League and a Major League Soccer team (I think?).
The hotel has no opening date but will open sometime this summer. As much as I want to book a room, this place would sound a lot more fun if it as on the beach in Cancun with a fridge full of free Coronas, but that’s just me.
[via Good Morning America]
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