Hillary’s Hotel Demands: Recent Report Details Clinton’s Fancy Travel Preferences

by Jane Reynolds on August 19, 2014

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With rumors swirling of a run for the 2016 presidency, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been jet-setting around the country to attend various conferences and speak at numerous events, likely in order to drum up support. And, of course, with a potential campaign looming in the future comes plenty of research done to uncover just how Mrs. Clinton travels — and what she spends her hard-earned cash from her high-priced speaking engagements on. Yesterday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that Clinton not only requires roundtrip transportation on a private jet — a $39 million, 16-person one, to be exact — but she also demands accommodations in the presidential suite at the hotel of her choice. Hey, if you wanna be president you gotta play the role as accurately as possible, right?! We’ve been lucky enough to have stayed in some pretty luxe digs that even Hillary approves of. So after the jump, check out some of our favorite hotels where Clinton has laid her head to rest — for both work and pleasure. We’ve even included the Las Vegas hotel where she successfully dodged a shoe[Las Vegas Review-Journal]

Esperanza Resort, An Auberge Resort; Los Cabos

Esperanza Resort

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Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas

Mandalay Hotel

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The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa; Hollywood, FL

Westin Diplomat

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Charles Hotel-Harvard Square, Boston

Charles Hotel

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GoldenEye Hotel & Resort, Jamaica

GoldenEye

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Omni Shoreham Hotel; Washington, D.C.

Omni Shoreham

 

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