Hotel Vermont on Brit + Co
Here’s a good topic for cocktail party conversation. Thanks to our sharing details of Hotel Vermont’s new Beer Tours, writer Perri O. Blumberg named the Burlington-based property “Best Hotel for Beer Drinkers” in “5 Incredibly Tasty Must-Visit Hotels for Foodies” on Brit+Co online. The article, posted February 8, highlights vintage bicycles from Old Spokes Home and delicious items on the menu at Juniper Bar. Brit + Co’s focus on women’s lifestyle topics including travel, beauty, DIY projects and recipes draws quite an audience, with 8+ million readers and 385,000 social media followers tuning in monthly.
Hotel Vermont on Smithsonian Magazine Online
What’s a good way to get the upper hand on invasive species? Eat them. That’s the message behind Jennifer Billock’s recent culinary trend article, “Bite Back Against Invasive Species at Your Next Meal,” on Smithsonian Magazine online. The feature-length piece, posted February 9, opens with a mouthwatering photograph of White Perch Tacos and Dandelion Sage Cocktail, shining stars of the menu at Juniper Bar at Hotel Vermont. Smithsonian is a must-read for highly educated sophisticates in the Nation’s Capital and beyond, attracting 7.3 million online readers each month.
Omni Mount Washington Resort in The New York Times
“Meet me slope side” has taken on new meaning this winter, as the relative dearth of snow finds ski resorts in the northeast scrambling to attract meetings clientele. The Omni Mount Washington Resort’s efforts recently received great coverage in The New York Times, as Julie Weed highlighted the historic resort’s 30,000 square feet of meeting space and 25,000-square-fooot spa and salon in “At Ski Resorts, Meetings Fill Rooms When Snow is Scant.” The article, posted online on February 8 as well as in print, included a quote from the resort’s Director of Sales & Marketing Craig Clemmer. Great coverage and exposure, with The New York Times print circulation at 2,178,675 and online VPM at 96,473,879.
The Tryall Club in East Coast Home & Design
How far can an eye for design take you? All the way from the Nutmeg State to Jamaica and the pages of East Coast Home + Design. With the magazine’s editor, Shelly McCormick, seeking to profile a vacation residence designed by a homeowner from Connecticut, we arranged a meeting with David Barber, who handles marketing and communications for The Tryall Club. Result? A gorgeous and glossy, 14-page spread on Seaclusion, one of 74 private villas available for vacationers across the 2,200-acre resort, in the magazine’s January issue. The article by Christine Benton, “Seaclusion: A Greenwich Couple Designs a Family Retreat in Jamaica,” is loaded with photographs by Nigel Lord and features The Tryall Club’s contact details for readers to learn more. With Connecticut a major feeder market for The Tryall Club, it’s great coverage for the villa and the resort.