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- View all PhotosWaldorf Astoria Beverly HillsBeverly Hills, CA7.8 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
A new addition to the luxury hotel scene in Los Angeles, the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills opened in June 2017. This Hilton-affiliated property occupies a prime spot on Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards, putting guests near shopping and dining hot spots in Beverly Hills. Accommodations are pristine in style and come outfitted with espresso machines, minibars and bathrooms with two sinks and a separate shower and bathtub. Some rooms and suites also come equipped with terraces overlooking the city. Those looking for pampering should head to La Prairie Spa for a rejuvenating facial, body treatment or massage, or book an appointment at The Salon by Joseph Martin. Fitness buffs can work out in the gym or enjoy rooftop yoga (on weekends). Also available on the rooftop: a pool (a guest favorite) and The Rooftop by JG, which serves cocktails and light bites. For something more substantial, head to Jean-Georges Beverly Hills. Travelers rave about the exceptional service here, the hotel's location and all of its facilities. However, they warn a stay at this Waldorf Astoria outpost won't come cheap. To save some coin, Hilton Honors members can use accrued points to pay for rooms.
- View all PhotosWaldorf Astoria ChicagoChicago, IL1.3 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
This fashionable hotel on East Walton gathers acclaim from recent guests for its elegant design and prime location in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood. According to many travelers, you can't go wrong with a stay here – in large part because of the hotel's exceptional customer service. The Waldorf Astoria Chicago also wins favor from vacationing couples with unexpected amenities like in-room fireplaces, bathrooms with separate showers and tubs and double vanities with inset LCD TVs. For a quick bite to eat, the property has a pastry shop and the French-inspired Margeaux Brasserie. But if you're hankering for something more substantial than cafe fare, recent guests recommend exploring the Gold Coast's acclaimed restaurants and bars that are all within reach. And when you need a break from the Windy City's hustle and bustle, relax with a massage, a quick workout or a dip in the indoor pool at the hotel's Spa & Health Club. Because of its ties to the Waldorf Astoria brand, this hotel allows members of the Hilton Honors rewards program to accrue or redeem points.
- View all PhotosConrad ChicagoChicago, IL0.9 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
Located just off the Magnificent Mile, in downtown Chicago, the Conrad Chicago is praised for its enviable location and immaculate interiors. Accommodations are decked out in modern decor with shades of red, gold and brown contrasted with white linens. The spacious guest rooms include standard amenities such as large flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access and bathrooms with double sinks and walk-in showers. Recent guests recommend splurging on the Skyline Suite for more space, spectacular city views and a queen-size sofa bed for additional guests. The hotel offers two on-site dining options. During the warmer months, you can dine at the rooftop restaurant Noyane, which serves contemporary Japanese fare and craft cocktails with a focus on Japanese whisky. Year-round you can visit the Bapiste & Bourbon and be treated to seasonal American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Elsewhere in the hotel, you'll find a well-equipped fitness center and 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space. While some recent travelers reported issues with the concierge, overall guests say they found the staff to be friendly and knowledgeable. What’s more, members of the Hilton Honors program can earn and use points at this hotel.
- View all PhotosConrad IndianapolisIndianapolis, IN5.4 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
If you're hunting for a chic and modern place to stay in downtown Indianapolis, the Conrad Indianapolis is the way to go. Previous visitors said this property's location puts you near some of the city's best shops, sights and restaurants. Guests highlight the elegant on-site wine bar, Tastings, and the dishes served at The Capital Grille. Visitors were not as pleased by the hefty cost of valet parking. This Conrad also contains the Evan Todd Spa & Salon and a well-equipped fitness center. Meanwhile, guest rooms include 42-inch flat-screen TVs, pillow menus and city views. And thanks to its Hilton ties, members of the Hilton Honors program can earn and redeem points here.
- View all PhotostheWit, A DoubleTree By Hilton HotelChicago, IL0.4 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassAs its name suggests, theWit aims to entertain. The decor – with its bright colors and stained-glass windows – evokes an amusing feel, while stand-up comedy can often be heard over the speakers in the hallways and lobby. It's no surprise why theWit tries so hard to get a rise out of you: Its perch on the end of the theater district (next door to the Chicago Theater in the Loop) means that this hotel has some steep competition. But unlike the surrounding performance spaces, this DoubleTree-affiliated property has much more than jokes. Should you be a bigger fan of movies than stand-up, consider hosting a viewing party in the on-site movie theater. Or guests recommend spending some time on the rooftop bar or in the hotel spa – both venues are bound to please. And the fun doesn't have to stop at bedtime: Guests love playful amenities like smartphone docking station, touchscreen telephones and flat-screen TVs. Because this Chicago hotel falls into the Hilton profile, members of the Hilton Honors rewards program can earn and redeem points here.
- View all PhotosThe Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria HotelNew Orleans, LA1.2 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassA hotel can be old, but it certainly shouldn't look old. Case in point: The historic Roosevelt, a classic among the lodging offerings of New Orleans, had begun to show a little wear before Hurricane Katrina. After that setback, the owners used it as an opportunity to close, renovate and resuscitate their fledgling stamp on luxury. Part of Waldorf Astoria's esteemed collection, The Roosevelt New Orleans has been able to preserve its legendary status while keeping up with the evolving standard of luxury. Recent lodgers gush over the comfortable rooms and their high-quality furniture (leather chairs and couches, in some cases), and appreciate modern features like the high-speed internet access (for a fee) and two flat-screen TVs. The staff members also win over recent patrons for being exceptionally accommodating. What's more, the legendary Sazerac Bar is reminiscent of the happening spot it was in the days of Louis Armstrong and Huey P. Long. You can find The Roosevelt New Orleans right off Canal Street, on Roosevelt Way. And if you're a Hilton Honors member, you can earn or redeem reward points here for perks.
- View all PhotosThe Porter Portland, Curio Collection By HiltonPortland, OR2.2 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
Just a few blocks removed from the Portland, Oregon, waterfront along the Willamette River and Tom McCall Waterfront Park, The Porter Portland enjoys a prime city center location. This Curio Collection property racks up rave reviews from previous guests, who said the hotel is stunning, the staff is friendly and helpful, and the numerous amenities made their stays quite comfortable. The Porter Portland is home to a fitness room, a yoga area, an indoor pool and a business center. When it comes to dining, visitors can sit down for a full meal at Terrane Italian Kitchen & Bar, admire the Portland skyline with drinks and light bites at the rooftop xport bar & lounge, grab some in-room snacks at Exchange Grocer & Goods or snag a slice of pizza at Chiosco Pizza Window. Some warned, though, that the rooftop bar can get loud and crowded. Meanwhile, the hotel's 297 rooms and suites are outfitted in mocha, white and tan hues, and include 50-inch HD TVs, Keurig coffee makers, free Wi-Fi access and minifridges. One of several Hilton properties in Portland, this hotel allows Hilton Honors members to earn or use points.
- View all PhotosConrad New York DowntownNew York, NY2.8 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel Class5.0-star Hotel Class
Anchored in Lower Manhattan's scenic Battery Park City, Conrad New York Downtown beckons to travelers looking for easy access to the Big Apple's major landmarks and financial businesses, including the World Financial Center and City Hall. After a long day of working or sightseeing, you can relax at the hotel's rooftop bar while admiring dramatic views of the Statue of Liberty, or sit down for Mediterranean fare at the on-site restaurant, ATRIO. And when it is time to sleep, cozy up in a plush robe and slippers and slip between the luxury bed sheets and feather pillows. Recent guests note that the Conrad is best for people traveling on business; the suites are clean and the hotel is conveniently located in the Financial District. However, the staff received mixed reviews from recent guests. Since this hotel falls under the Hilton brand, you can earn points and rewards if you're a Honors member.
- View all PhotosThe Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton HotelSeattle, WA0.1 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThe Arctic Club Seattle – originally built as a fraternal men's business club in 1916 – is all about honoring its Klondike Gold Rush heritage. The lobby is full of flourished crown molding, classic wood paneling and black-and-white portraits of former club members (businessmen involved in Alaskan gold prospecting). Up on the third floor you'll even find taxidermy walrus heads from the prospecters' Alaskan adventures. Guest rooms keep in vintage step but with modern touches like flat-screen TVs, down bedding, rainfall showers, coffee makers and iPod docking stations. Recent travelers heaped praise on this Seattle DoubleTree property's Pioneer Square locale, as well as its Polar Bar and JUNO restaurant. Additional amenities available here include 24-hour business and fitness centers. Plus, this hotel's ties to the Hilton family means Hilton Honors rewards program members are eligible to earn and redeem points during their stays.
- View all PhotosThe Duniway Portland, a Hilton HotelPortland, OR2.1 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassThe Duniway Portland is situated in the heart of the city, putting guests close to Portland, Oregon's numerous eateries and top attractions, including the Portland Art Museum, Powell's City of Books and Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Its location is one of many reasons previous guests lauded this Hilton property. The accommodating and efficient front desk staff and the spacious, clean rooms also received high marks from past travelers. The 327 rooms and suites are decorated in a neutral color scheme and include amenities like 65-inch HD TVs, minifridges and espresso makers. However, some former visitors said that the standard rooms and bathrooms are on the small side. The hotel features an indoor pool, a fitness center and "Abigail's Hideaway," an 11th-floor terrace that hosts live music and wine-tasting events. Those looking for a bite to eat can sit down at the Jackrabbit restaurant, which incorporates local ingredients into its varied menu. The hotel also features the Jackrabbit bar (offering a craft beverage program with signature cocktails and beer and wine curated from the Pacific Northwest) and a lobby coffee bar, plus 24-hour room service. Additionally, Hilton Honors members can rack up or redeem points at this property.
- View all PhotosConrad Fort Lauderdale BeachFort Lauderdale, FL4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel ClassThis property enjoys an enviable location overlooking Fort Lauderdale Beach and its soft white sand. A perfect pick for beach bums, the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach opened in December 2017 and offers a wealth of on-site amenities. The hotel houses a spa, a 24-hour gym and a heated outdoor pool and hot tub, plus fitness buffs can participate in free sunrise beach yoga at 8 a.m. daily, which recent guests cited as a welcome perk. The hotel's dining and drinking options range from the sophisticated seafood restaurant Terra Mare and chic Atlas Cocktail Lounge to the casual grab-and-go Cornucopia Gourmet Market and relaxed Spinnaker Pool Grill. Guests can also enjoy 24-hour room service. Speaking of rooms, the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach offers 290 suites that come with private terraces, 50-inch HD TVs, separate tubs and showers, and fully stocked kitchens. Overall, former travelers were impressed with the swanky suites and superb staff. Keep in mind, there is a daily resort fee of $35 tacked on to the room rate, but it covers in-room Wi-Fi access, two beach chairs and umbrellas, bike rentals and 20 percent off of spa services. What's more, thanks to its Hilton ties, the hotel allows Hilton Honors members to earn or cash in points during stays.
- View all PhotosLondonHouse Chicago, Curio Collection by HiltonChicago, IL0.5 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
LondonHouse Chicago, Curio Collection by Hilton stood out to recent guests for two reasons: its location and its rooftop bar. Sitting at the corner of North Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive, the 1920s-era property sits just steps from the Magnificent Mile, offering views of downtown, the Chicago River and Lake Michigan from its popular rooftop venue. Though reviewers gushed about the rooftop's vantage point, they also admitted that the indoor and outdoor area gets congested, especially on weekends. If you want to enjoy the views without the crowds, consider booking a Vista Room, which come equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows that afford spectacular skyline views. Though all accommodations don't offer floor-to-ceiling windows, every room boasts a flat-screen TV, a minifridge and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Outside your digs, you'll find a 24-hour fitness center. The hotel's on-site restaurant, Land & Lake Kitchen, serves Midwestern food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is also a small food menu at the Tri Level Rooftop Bar. And since this hotel is part of Hilton's Curio Collection, members of the Hilton Honors rewards program can use or earn points by staying here.
- View all PhotosHilton Suites Ocean City OceanfrontOcean City, MD4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
With private balconies that open up to the ocean, the Hilton Suites Ocean City provides guests with optimal views. When guests decide to leave their balconies, they can dig into the sand right outside the hotel's back entrance. Guests also adore the hotel's in-suite amenities, which include sofa beds, full kitchens, spacious bathrooms and multiple flat-screen TVs. Previous visitors applaud the delectable Caribbean-inspired fare served at 32 Palm and Manana Mode as well as the laid-back atmosphere of Rumbas, the casual hotel lounge. Plus, the hotel's convenient location, between 32nd and 33rd streets in Ocean City, Maryland, allows visitors to make the most of their time at the beach, taking all the potential worries out of a family vacation with its accommodating staff and spacious facilities. If you frequent Hilton hotels and participate in the Honors rewards program, you may accrue or earn perks by choosing to bed down here.
- View all PhotosThe Logan Philadelphia, Curio Collection by HiltonPhiladelphia, PA0.5 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
The Logan Philadelphia, Curio Collection by Hilton takes its name from its location in Philadelphia's Logan Square. While all accommodations feature local artwork and contemporary furnishings, not all offer views of Logan Square, so recent travelers suggested requesting a room that faces the square to fully enjoy the hotel's stellar location. Other amenities include down duvets, minifridges, flat-screen TVs and Keurig coffee makers. Outside of the guest rooms, lodgers can take advantage of the hotel's fitness center and pool, or they can indulge in some pampering at the on-site spa and nail salon. And though you'll be surrounded by a bevy of restaurants and bars, visitors highly recommend dining at the on-site steakhouse, Urban Farmer, before grabbing a nightcap at the Commons lobby bar. If the weather is nice, you can also take in the views and libations at the Assembly Rooftop Lounge. Many recent guests applauded the customer service offered here, though some others said rooms are a bit worn. What's more, this hotel's ties to Hilton allows members of the Hilton Honors loyalty program to earn or use points here.
- View all PhotosThe Highland Dallas, Curio Collection by HiltonDallas, TX4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
The Highland Dallas was the first hotel in Hilton's boutique Curio Collection, and it aims to add sleek personality to the hotel. Recent guests haven't been disappointed with the swanky digs or the customer service, saying staff goes out of their way to meet their needs (including the needs of four-legged friends). Pooches aren't the only ones pampered at this property, however: Treat yourself to a massage or yoga class at the Exhale Spa before spending a lazy afternoon by the infinity pool and an evening at the popular Knife Restaurant. When it's time to sleep, you'll find Italian Frette linens and 32-inch flat-screen TVs in your room. And while these features – combined with a great seat near the southeast corner of Southern Methodist University's campus – surely capture guests' attention, most visitors say that it's the warm, welcoming staff that make their stays memorable. Members of the Hilton Honors loyalty program may use their existing points for perks like free room upgrades.
- View all PhotosHilton Nashville DowntownNashville, TN0.2 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassJust across the river from Nissan Stadium and a few blocks from Bridgestone Arena and the Country Music Hall of Fame, the all-suite Hilton Downtown Nashville is a popular choice among sports fans and music buffs alike. Amenities include a business center, a fitness room and four eateries. In the rooms you'll find Hilton's signature Serenity Beds and flat-screen TVs. Lodgers frequently praise the hotel's convenient location, cleanliness and quality rooms. If you're a Hilton Honors member, take note that you can accrue or redeem points by choosing to bed down here.
- View all PhotosConrad New York MidtownNew York, NY1 mile to city center4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class
Conrad New York Midtown lures travelers with its sophisticated, yet relaxed atmosphere. This luxury hotel is the epitome of New York chic, from its lobby to the elegant decor to its on-site bar and eatery, Dabble. Although the Conrad is perched in midtown on West 54th Street, the spacious vista suites are so high up that guests have sweeping views of Manhattan's city skyline and even Central Park, several blocks north. Accommodations are all suites and feature touches like Nespresso coffee machines, flat-screen TVs and French doors. But, according to recent guests, what sets this hotel apart from its peers is its gracious hotel staff and central location, within walking distance of bustling Times Square and the storefronts lining Fifth Avenue. Now part of Hilton's Conrad brand, the hotel allows Hilton Honors members to rack up and redeem points here.
- View all PhotosBaker's Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection by HiltonKey Largo, FL4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Baker's Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection by Hilton includes tennis courts and nature trails, and pools for adults and children; guests can also rent sailboats, Jet Skis, and snorkeling gear.
- View all PhotosHilton AnatoleDallas, TX4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassLocated off of North Stemmons Freeway several miles northwest of downtown Dallas, the Hilton Anatole is far enough from the city to be a peaceful retreat, yet close enough to be convienent for sightseeing. But for most visitors, what sets this hotel apart from its competitors is its size. This massive Hilton property contains more than 1,600 guest rooms, each with enough room for one king-sized or two double Serenity beds, as well as a private bath with double vanities, a flat-screen TV and video game access. What's more, the Hilton Anatole still has space left over for the V Spa, a fitness club and several on-site eateries. The new JadeWaters Resort Pool Complex boasts numerous pools, a lazy river, swim-up bar, two waterslides and more. Recent guests marvel at the hotel's grand stature, and Hilton Honors rewards club members can save a pretty penny by using points to cover the room rate.
- View all PhotosCanopy by Hilton Portland Pearl DistrictPortland, OR1.8 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Opened in June 2018, the Canopy by Hilton Portland Pearl District wowed recent guests with its modern, stylish interiors and complimentary extras. Along with a complimentary breakfast, this Hilton outpost hosts a free evening happy hour with wine and beer. What's more, there's a filtered water station on every floor, making it easy to refill reusable water bottles – a particular highlight for past lodgers. Other features include complimentary bikes, a 24-hour rooftop fitness center and a friendly front desk staff. The hotel's accommodations also received praise for their contemporary design and cleanliness. In-room amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi access, Nespresso machines, Apivita toiletries and minifridges. There is an on-site restaurant, Canopy Central, but past guests recommended exploring the neighborhood's dining scene. Thanks to its location in the Pearl District, the hotel puts guests within walking distance of a bevy of top restaurants in Portland, Oregon. Travelers were less pleased with the nightly valet parking (the only option), which costs $46 per night. However, if you're a Hilton Honors member, you may be able to save on your stay by using points.
- View all PhotosThe Beverly HiltonBeverly Hills, CA7.9 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThe Beverly Hilton is a classic, but some say it can't keep up with the newest, hippest hotels of Los Angeles. In fact, it's probably better known as the home of the Golden Globe Awards (which take place annually in the International Ballroom) than it is as a place to spend the night. However, the 569 rooms – which feature Egyptian cotton linens, Bose Wave music systems and BABOR Beauty toiletries – hint at luxury, though some guests say that the accommodations here feel dated. The hotel staff, on the other hand, earns props from visitors, who say that The Beverly Hilton's employees were friendly and efficient. For a true taste of Hollywood glam, grab a table at CIRCA 55, a 1950s-inspired restaurant that serves up tasty plates of California fare. Or, lounge by the largest heated hotel pool in Beverly Hills. You'll find this L.A. standby in Beverly Hills, of course, along Wilshire Boulevard.
- View all PhotosMadison Beach Hotel, Curio Collection by HiltonMadison, CT4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Nestled along Madison, Connecticut's coast (about 20 miles east of New Haven), this Hilton outpost gives guests prime access to several charming New England villages and outdoor activities like kayaking, fishing and bird-watching. At the hotel, travelers can enjoy amenities like a business center, a spa, a private beach, a wine room, a bar and a fitness center with a separate yoga studio. Additionally, Madison Beach Hotel houses two restaurants, The Porch and The Wharf, where farm-to-table New England cuisine is served. Although most diners raved about the food served in both eateries, some said their meals were overcooked. Lodgers were more complimentary of the guest rooms, which they described as "beautiful" and "spacious." Each features neutral decor with a wooden sleigh bed and navy blue accents, as well as amenities like a furnished patio with ocean views, an electric fireplace (in most rooms), a minifridge, an HDTV and complimentary Wi-Fi access. What's more, if you're a Hilton Honors rewards member, you can earn or redeem points while staying here.
- View all PhotosThe Hilton Richmond Hotel & Spa / Short PumpRichmond, VA12 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThis Hilton has a gift for making guests feel really comfortable. Visitors regularly report feeling taken care of by property staff in ways few said they've experienced at other hotels. Not only that, but rooms are often described as both immaculate and cozy. Accommodations at the Hilton Richmond come outfitted with signature Hilton Serenity Beds, 42-inch flat-screen HDTVs, desks with ergonomic chairs, marble bathrooms and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Travelers also reserve high marks for other convenient on-site amenities, including the Starbucks coffee found at Aroma Cafe and the delectable Shula's Steakhouse (a guest favorite). The property also houses a fitness center, a pool and the Aura Spa and Salon. What's more, the Short Pump Town Center sits just east of the Hilton Richmond. And though the long distance to Richmond's city center is a drawback (the hotel is located about 15 miles northwest of downtown), guests had little to no gripes with the commute. Plus, because of this hotel's Hilton ties, members of the Hilton Honors program are eligible to earn and redeem rewards points for staying here.
- View all PhotosHilton Denver InvernessEnglewood, CO13.6 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Recent guests strongly recommend a stay at this resort hotel — situated in the southeast Denver suburb of Englewood — because of its laid-back atmosphere and high-end amenities. Most visitors loved the decor and amenities present in the rooms, which include pillow-top mattresses, coffee makers, high-speed Internet access, and the views of the grounds from the higher floors. The 18-hole golf course and full-service spa also earn high praise, and the outdoor pool offers a prime setting for a relaxing afternoon. This member of Hilton hotel group is also home to four individual restaurants that serve a variety of different cuisines, from hearty meals at The Fireside Bar & Grill to classic English pub dishes at The Spotted Dog. Although previous guests say that this hotel is worth a visit for the customer service alone, those of you who plan to do some sightseeing may want to choose a room closer to the downtown area.
- View all PhotosHilton West Palm BeachWest Palm Beach, FL4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
This West Palm property is situated blocks from the water, multiple shops, restaurants, parks and the Palm Beach County Convention Center, making it a great option for both business and leisure travelers. Along with plenty of nearby amenities, the Hilton West Palm Beach's address affords spectacular views from its rooms. (Guests say booking a high level room, which provides city and water vistas, is worth the extra coin.) Aside from the views, rooms also come equipped with 55-inch flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Outside your digs, you'll find a gym, a 24-hour market, a gift shop, a business center and an expansive, palm-tree lined outdoor pool with a 20,000 square foot sun deck (a visitor favorite). There are also children's activities available and a complimentary airport shuttle. Those seeking a bite on-site can sit down at Manor, which serves up dishes made with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, or sip a drink poolside at the Galley lobby bar. Customer service was definitely one of the shining stars of this property, with guests saying staff members' smiles followed them around the hotel. And thanks to the property's brand ties, Hilton Honors members can enjoy perks and privileges and collect points for choosing to stay here.
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