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About the ItemNothing compares to the moment when a hotel room's drapes are drawn back to reveal the world outsidea world that seems to belong to you alone. This compendium from Condé Nast Traveler gathers 140 of the most breathtaking hotel room views of all time. Accompanied by a thoughtful introduction from André Aciman and the magazine's concise commentary, these stunning photographs are sure to stoke the imaginations of even the most seasoned travelers.
About the AuthorKlara Glowczewska was appointed editor in chief of Condé Nast Traveler in January of 2005. An editor at the magazine since its 1987 inception, she had been the executive editor, a position she held from 1992. Several of the articles Glowczewska has edited over the years were nominated for National Magazine Awards, including two for best Essays & Criticism, the first time a travel magazine had ever been nominated in that category.
André Aciman, born in Alexandria, Egypt, is a writer and a distinguished professor at the Graduate Center of City University of New York, where he teaches the history of literary theory and the works of Marcel Proust. His memoir, Out of Egypt (1995), won a Whiting Writers' Award. He previously taught creative writing at New York University and French literature at Princeton University.
PressLe Travelist – "Top 10 Luxury Gifts Ideas Under $100 for the Jetsetter”, December, 2012
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