At the desk of: Jason Pomeranc

Oct.October 30, 2009 12:12 PM

Thompson Hotels, which owns eight properties nationwide (including
five in New York), decreased room rates by 30 percent this year to lure
guests. However, those rates started to inch up again this fall as traveling
started to resume a bit, said Jason Pomeranc, the company’s co-owner. The
room décor at the company’s hip boutique hotels pays homage to 1960s and ’70s rock-and-roll counterculture, as does Pomeranc’s Soho office (which
is next to 60 Thompson, the company’s first hotel).
At the desk of…


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