(Posts: 980; Member since: 24 Oct 2009)
I like that idea...unfortunately I'm wonder if the nightly cost is just as much as the 16GB version of the iPad.
Since this is apart of a social class the majority of us don't belong to, we can't comment. Although at times businessmen and the middle class can afford these luxeries.
I won't bag on the wealthy though. There's plenty of people who don't deserve to be up there like say, Martha Stewart, but there's also a handfull of hard working people or even entrepreneurs who got wealthy due to legit means. At which point it's their say how to spend it. None of ours as we'd be hypocritically be bagging them for luxuies they can afford when we'd do the same thing in their shoes. Their money, their go.
I say this because of the large number of people nowadays who suddenly think they have the authority to judge people. Talking about, "our tax money?" I never said you could talk about the tax money I've paid since I was 18 and even before on things I bought. Nor has a large number of other people.
As to the hotel itself, cool I guess. I'd bring up the inevitable iPad 2 but that wouldn't suit the hotels needs. Control panel with cameras won't exactly work if you think about it. Of coarse I doubt they'll have trouble upgrading tech if need be.
(Posts: 2; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
Now this is amazing service, right, come on and iPad for every customer, what more could you ask for. This is an amazing New York City hotel that I would stay in for months.
New York's Plaza Hotel offers an Apple iPad for each guest to use to control their room