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Bespoke by Grace, a new Vanderbilt hotel option in Newport

Posted by Paul Kandarian  November 25, 2011 07:30 AM

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The Vanderbilt Grace hotel in Newport, R.I., was already a pretty elegant place, which was renovated and reopened in April as a new brand in the Grace Hotels Group. It had been Vanderbilt Hall for many years.

Now the hotel has launched "Bespoke by Grace," a new concept that lets guests customize numerous aspects of their stay before arriving, including choices of pillows, fragrances and mini-bar contents, and other experiences such as champagne at night and use of a mobile phone pre-loaded with useful local numbers. Romantic types can arrange for fresh flowers, daily champagne and strawberries and initial-embroidered robes. Guests can complete the process at any point between booking and arrival. They will receive an online form by email once they book a room, or can call the hotel directly to discuss their requirements.


For information, visit www.vanderbiltgrace.com, or call 401-846-6200.

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