Most are at least 5% though.
In which case such people have no reason to vote on the deal. I have no interest in whether they can afford this or not. What matters is that this is an excellent hotel and the price is very good.
My students see this hotel before they endure another dose of enthalpy calculations. It reminds them they are working towards glittering prizes and where I will be in September
Boooooooo, please don't post this. Not all of us are the 1%
This one was predictable. If you normally spend £335 on an entire holiday a 40% reduction on a £500+ room, even in an iconic hotel, is not going to look good. That said, if I was prone to despair I wouldn't have emerged from retirement to teach chemistry to bewildered sixth formers ( the salary from which just happens to be paying for a suite here in September and Madinat in December )..