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The former President, Barack Obama has shared his favorite hotels to stay at while on the road, and they are not the chic boutiques, or for those with presidential suites. Instead, Obama seems to have a preference for the straight-forward facilities, the days Inn hotel chain.
The former president was speaking at a conference in Atlanta on Wednesday, where he will share his passion for the hotel, says he, enjoy the simplicity of the room.
The Hampton Inn provides guests with more than 2,500 locations all over the world.
“Before I go to bed, I go room to room to turn off all the lights, and there are a number of different sources, and sometimes they hide the light switches, because they want to be, so that they can be really cool,” Obama said, according to The Washington Post. “And it may take me 15 minutes to shut it down, which I like, I like the Hampton Inn, it was like a light switch, a bathroom, a door, a bed, and a remote control for the TV, I’m fine.”
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Here at the Hampton Inn, with more than 2,200 locations in the United States of america. Although the hotel was basic, the facilities are single rooms with a king-size or two double beds, a flat-screen cable tv and a free hot breakfast in the morning, and that’s part of the charm, at least for the Obama administration.
“This is a presidential suites) — there are a lot of rooms, and I just lost it,” Obama said.
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Obama, however, is not the first president to have the pleasure of staying at the Hampton Inn and suites is now officially known as the Hilton — which is owned by Hilton Worldwide.
“We have a long tradition of the US president’s visit and stay in one of our homes. We are very pleased that President Obama has had a great experience with a Hampton guest and we welcome him back, ” Hilton’s vice president of corporate communications, Nigel, Glennie, told Fox News.
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