Sunday, July 02, 2006

The Appalling Risks of Ian Schrager Hotels

I have written elsewhere about the appalling risks of staying at one of Ian Schrager's neurotically fashionable hotels - see Hudson Hotel Hell in Selected Articles. But even I could not have anticipated the possibility of being hit by a chandelier in a gym changing room. This is what happened to the great and wise David Hasselhof while staying at Schrager's Sanderson in London. Read about it here. The ingenuity with which Schrager persecutes even his celebrity guests is genuinely impressive.

1 comment:

  1. A sad story - and the saddest thing about it is that The Hoff shld have turned down panto in Wimbledon for yet another 'reality' TV talent show. This seems unworthy of him. I wonder if he reached the decision before or after being hit by Schrager's attack chandeliers.
    K. Rider