Love to soak in a bath? How about a bath in a swanky hotel? You can get paid to get clean
Imagine checking into a hotel for rest and relaxation and there is no bathtub.
According to Hotels.com that is becoming more likely as hotel bathtubs “might soon become an endangered species.”
A recent Washington Post story talks about the disappearance of bathtubs in hotels.
“We are seeing less and less of the hotel bath as space limitations or lack of use push the amenity to only the most luxurious hotels,” says Shannon Lovich, the head of PR and communications North America at Hotels.com. “We are passionate about this classic component of hotel life and wanted to bring light to the important cause of saving the hotel bath.”
Hotels.com has a plan to save “one of the best hotel amenities.”
It will hire a Bath Boss “to bring awareness to the cause of doing absolutely nothing but relaxing in bubbly, fragrant water for a questionable amount of time.”
The Bath Boss will take a trip No. 9-15 to three luxurious hotels in New York City to relax in the bathtubs and of course, document the experience.
The Bath Boss will spend two nights each at Mr. C Seaport, The Dominick (in the Landmark Penthouse) and The Langham and will get paid $5,000 to do it. The boss also gets a $1,000 travel stipend, bath accessories, a custom robe, slippers and an eye mask.
The deadline to apply is Oct. 15. Applicants must be at least 21 years old.
The winner will be selected by Oct. 20. You can see all the rules here.
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