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Retire to the Holiday Inn

There are so many benefits over a retirement home
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(I must fess up that someone else gave me this idea - but he doesn't post here so I will :)

With the average cost for a Nursing Home per day reaching $188.00, there is a better way when we get old & feeble. Reservations at the Holiday Inn for a combined long term stay discount and senior discount of are $49.23 per night. That leaves $138.77 a day for:

* Breakfast, lunch and dinner in any restaurant, or room service.

* Laundry, gratuities and special TV movies. Plus, they provide a swimming pool, a workout room, a lounge, washer, dryer, etc. Most have free toothpaste and razors, and all have free shampoo and soap.

* They treat you like a customer, not a patient. $5 worth of tips a day will have the entire staff scrambling to help you.

* It takes months to get into decent nursing homes. Holiday Inn will take your reservation today. And you are not stuck in one place forever, you can move from Inn to Inn, or even from city to city.

* Want to see Hawaii? They have a Holiday Inn there too.

* TV broken? Light bulbs need changing? Need a mattress replaced? No problem. They fix everything, and apologize for the inconvenience.

* The Inn has a night security person and daily room service. The maid checks to see if you are ok. If not, they will call the undertaker or an ambulance.

* If you fall and break a hip, Medicare will pay for the hip, and Holiday Inn will upgrade you to a suite for the rest of your life. And no worries about visits from family. They will always be glad to find you, and probably check in for a few days mini-vacation.

* The grandkids can use the pool.

What more can you ask for?

webchat, Jan 07 2004

Holidae Inn Music Video http://video.artist.../0,,2733354,00.html
[theircompetitor, Oct 21 2004]


       whats the catch?
po, Jan 07 2004

       Good idea.Will Holiday Inn go along?
python, Jan 07 2004

gnomethang, Jan 07 2004

       Like the one in the song?
theircompetitor, Jan 07 2004

       Gets my reservation ... err, bun [+]
Letsbuildafort, Jan 07 2004

       //whats the catch?// - No catch, unless you really need a nurse on call 24/7 don't stay in a retirement home. However, a retirement home with reliable 24/7 nurse service will charge more than $188 so Holiday Inn + personal nurse may still be the better option.
kbecker, Jan 07 2004

       Baked. My mom works at the marriot residence inn, and there's a retired couple that lives in a suite there. They seem to really like it. Comes with complimentary breakfast every morning, too!
uriah, Jan 08 2004

       the residence inn is right next to the hospital, as it happens. 1 minute ambulance rides!
uriah, Jan 08 2004

       This is not a new idea. People have been living in hotels as long as there have been hotels to live in.
waugsqueke, Jan 08 2004

       * Hookers   

       * X-Box/Playstation Rentals   

       * Crack   

       * Lobster Saffron Tacos
thumbwax, Jan 08 2004

       And I bet [waugs] doesn't just mean the owners either.
PeterSilly, Jan 08 2004

       "Papers arrived yet, Fawlty?"
calum, Jan 08 2004

       i want to retire to a comfort inn. as AAA members the fam and I get a discount.
Space-Pope, Jan 08 2004

       I know the grandson to the man that owns Marriot...maybe i will retire there. Some marriots have spas too...:) I can see it now!!!:)
babyhawk, Jan 08 2004

       babyhawk -- any chance you know the Hiltons?
theircompetitor, Jan 08 2004

       well, yes actually...:) Or I know who did own it...but he died, and I am not sure his wife took over. So then it would move to their son...i think. And he's an ass! So I may not be able to help you.....sorry ;)
babyhawk, Jan 08 2004


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