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Every booklover should stay in this hotel!

Did you know that there is a hotel that provides its guests with more than 6,000 books during your stay? And yet it exists and is located in New York. The Library Hotel of the Library Hotel Collection consists of 10 floors where each honors the ten categories of the Dewey Decimal Classification System. These categories are: general subjects (000), philosophy and psychology (100), religion (200), social sciences (300), language (400), natural sciences and mathematics (500), technology – applied sciences (600), arts and entertainment – fine and decorative arts (700), literature and rhetoric (800) and finally history and geography (900).

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Even rooms have numbers from the Dewey Decimal Classification System. For example, on the third floor, the social science rooms are numbered 300,001 to 300,006. It has 60 rooms in each you will find books and works of art according to the floor you are on. Moreover, it has a reading room, several small public areas that you can enjoy in peace during the day or your book, and a very popular restaurant Madison & Vine where city ​​dwellers, as well as hotel guests, can enjoy their drinks.

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Externally, this city hotel is a beautiful, classic, chic New York architectural building. And in terms of its services, it has various of them. You can request the hotel to organize a basket of books according to your reading habits and give it as a gift or surprise to your fellow traveler always with the advice of the experienced hotel librarian! You can also buy your own copy of Cleo Le-Tan’s “A Booklover’s Guide to New York”, an illustrated guide that takes you to all the literary corners of New York.

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Finally, you can, of course, buy some of the unique amenities of the hotel with signature phrases printed on them such as mugs, pillows, umbrellas, and bags.

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Would not it be a unique experience to stay in a hotel where you can read or relax at any time in a library atmosphere? What do you think; Will you visit it?

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By Seremetaki Anna-Maria

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