A Baker-in-Training’s Dozen in Modern Luxury for Madeline Hotel and Residences
The latest gear and current conditions aren’t the only things on the minds of ski journalists these days. The recent property-wide renovation of Madeline Hotel and Residences garnered positive prominence in a major ski feature in the October 2015 issue of not one, not two, nor three, nor four – but 11 regional Modern Luxury publications including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Miami, Orange County, San Diego, Scottsdale, and Washington, DC. We shared details of the renovation with Caitlin Johnson, PR Director of the Colorado Tourism Office, who passed them along to Misty Milioto, Contributing Editor of Modern Luxury, who featured the hotel in “Posh Powder,” a handsomely art directed, property-rich round up of new developments at major ski hotels across the west. Madeline Hotel and Residences practically owned the Telluride section, with lots of photos and extensive coverage on Black Iron Kitchen and Bar, M Club, Madeline Studio, the new Ski Ambassador Program, and the renovation. Modern Luxury reaches over 675,000 readers.
Honest Coverage on CheatSheet.com
Autumn is fleeting, so HIPR starts early to rake in media coverage of seasonal offerings from our clients. As a result of our reaching out to writer, editor and chef Perri O. Blumberg, three of our clients were featured in “9 Destinations Food Lovers Must Visit This Fall,” which ran October 27 on CheatSheet.com. The coverage included Fall Harvest Experiences at Omni Bedford Springs Resort, Autumn Beer Brunches at Omni Grove Park Inn, and the Sparkle and Savor holiday series pairing celebrity chefs with sparkling wines and Champagnes at Solage Calistoga. For the last, the article positioned the scheduled November 28 dinner with Chef Hung Huynh as a must-attend seasonal experience, not least for its philanthropic partnership with the Calistoga Education Foundation. CheatSheet.com, reports on travel, food, style, fitness and more for men and reaches 5,440,663 readers per month.
Chebeague Island Inn and EVO in Yankee
Quintessential New England destinations like Chebeague Island Inn are perfect for fall editorial calendars, especially for the quintessential New England publication Yankee. We arranged for Senior Editor and native New Englander Ian Aldrich to experience the property and he returned with “Chebeague Island Inn/Late Fall Maine Getaway,” a lovely recap of his time at the Inn, with many photos and positive details. The article, which also mentioned Aldrich’s dinner at EVO, the Inn’s Portland-based sister restaurant, ran in the latest issue of Yankee as well as online. Both are good placements with 333,000 readers bimonthly for the magazine and 185,050 page views per month for the website.