and Expensive Lodgings, Fodor's Top 20 Choice Hotels
Lineup Stresses Individuality, All Price Ranges
|October 15, 2003 - For the first time ever, the 700 writers and editors
at Fodor's Travel Guides have selected their top 20 Fodor's Choice Hotels.
After considering the nearly 30,000 properties listed in the Fodor's Gold
Guides, they've named the 20 properties worldwide that stand out as quintessential
Fodor's Choice Hotels.
To earn the Fodor's Choice distinction in the 2004 guides, Fodor's staff looked beyond the most luxurious and opulent properties that typically make the other lists, and selected hotels in all price ranges that are truly unique. Many of this year's Fodor's Choice properties are not well-known but they all offer a one-of-a-kind experience. Some are luxurious and some are at budget prices, but all have a style that sets them apart from others.
The Fodor's Choice Hotels 2004 list follows in alphabetical order:
Alamo Square Inn, San Francisco, California
Each hotel can be found in one of the all-new Fodor's 2004 Gold Guides. The Gold Guides, which have been redesigned this year to be even more user-friendly for travelers, provide readers with up-to-date and comprehensive information on hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and categories.
Fodor's Travel Publications, America's market leader in travel information, offers travelers more than 440 guides to destinations worldwide. Fodor's Travel Publications is a unit of Fodors LLC, a subsidiary of Random House, Inc., and its parent company, Bertelsmann AG, one of the world's largest media companies.
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