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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Wii Love New York

You're planning to visit New York and you want to stay at a trendy, stylish hotel. But you know you can't give up your gaming.

Well, the luxurious Hotel Gansevoort in the much hyped Meat Packing District has you covered. You can now grab a Wii at the front desk for some in-room gaming action.

Here's a link to the story complete with video. Note that you don't have to stay in the Penthouse Suite to get your Wii on. I double checked with them and any guest can request one.

I just thought it was kind of interesting to see that the Gansevoort felt that there was an intersection between their "ultra-trendy" clientele and Wii fans.