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CONDE NAST TRAVELER VALENTINE'S WEEKEND

 NEW YORK, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Just decided to spend Valentine's Day weekend away, but don't have a lot to spend? Never fear: you can get a first rate hotel room for approximately $100 a night in a major American city, says the February 1993 issue of Conde Nast Traveler, on newsstands now.
 For that issue, the reporters scouted more than 100 hotels in the 10 most frequently visited U.S. cities; details appear in the news article, "A Fabulous Hotel room For $100? Yes!." Here are the seventeen that made the list -- hotels judged to have the highest value, with location, decor, and service being the primary criteria:
 Atlanta: The Ansley Inn
 Boston: Newbury Guest House; Lenox Hotel.
 Chicago: Raphael.
 Dallas: Fairmont Hotel; Loew's Anatole; Omni Mandalay Hotel.
 Denver: Oxford; Cambridge.
 Los Angeles: BelAge.
 New York: Radisson Empire; Wyndham.
 San Francisco: Bed and Breakfast Inn; The Washington Square Inn.
 Seattle: Inn at the Market.
 Washington D.C.: Morrison-Clark Inn; Latham.
 For a memorable meal in these cities, try one of the winners of the 1993 Conde Nast Traveler Distinguished Restaurant Award, announced in last month's issue of the magazine. Food editor Mimi Sheraton supervised the judging.
 A selection from that list of restaurants "worth the journey":
 Atlanta: The Hedgerose Heights Inn.
 Chicago: Prairie; Topolobampo and Frontera Grill
 Dallas: Actuelle; The Mansion on Turtle Creek
 Los Angeles: The Ivy; Patina; Restaurant Katsu
 New York: Aureole; Cafe des Artistes; Dawat; La Grenouille; Les
 Celebrites; Lutece; Palm; Ristorante da Umberto; Sammy's
 Roumanian Steak House; San Domenico; TriBeCa Grill; Union
 Square Cafe.
 San Francisco: Campton Place Restaurant; The Dining Room at The
 Ritz-Carlton; Postrio.
 Seattle: Adriatica.
 Washington D.C.: Occidental Grill; Red Sage.
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 /NOTE TO EDITOR: Information or interviews are available from Conde Nast Traveler/
 /CONTACT: Susan Soriano, publicity manager of Conde Nast Traveler, 212-880-2579 or 212-880-2102, or home 914-478-2032/


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