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My name is Nicole Standley and I have a confession. I love spending nights away in a hotel ALONE. Solo. All by my lonesome. Partnerless. Childless. Do not disturb. Understand? Good.
It is so good not to be home
Now that we have that situated, it’s not that I don’t enjoy the company of my loving JetSet Family, it’s just that I like to lounge by myself in that big, cozy, bozy white bed with the A/C cranked, order some room service and binge watch TV. Oh, when I’m done lounging on the bed, I have every intention to migrate at some point to the gianormous soaking tub calling my name and watch even more of the boob tube while I’m up to my neck in bubbles.
Why? Because I can. Period.
Then once I’ve had enough silence and relaxation that I’m giddy with happiness I will sprawl across that King size island and make the human X right in the middle of the bed. Again, because I can.
And I’m not the only one that feels this way
So do funny woman, Megan Gailey, stand-up comedian Andrew Kennedy and actress and filmmaker Negin Farsad. Together, they set up camp in the lobbies of Hyatt Regency hotels across the country to discover find out, “Why is it good not to be home?” Watch as unsuspecting travelers make cameos leaving you wondering, “What IS the best part about staying in a hotel?”
Now it’s your turn. Tweet this post and tag @HyattRegency with the hashtags #PassportToComedy and #AtHyattRegency to share with me your “not at home” moments. But the fun doesn’t end there. As a part of the Hyatt Gold Passport sponsorship of the New York Comedy Festival, travelers and Hyatt Gold Passport members can enter the Passport to Comedy Sweepstakes through December 31 for the chance to win a VIP Daily Show experience, a trip to the New York Comedy Festival and more.
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