If you plan on visiting the nation’s capital next year, there is one hotel you’ll want to avoid. Opening in the spring of 2018, Eaton Workshop is the first anti-Trump hotel for “woke” liberals.
Eaton is slated to be the world’s first politically motivated hotel chain. Its Washington location will serve as the epicenter of a global brand focused on social activism and community engagement.
The first thing guests will see in the hotel is a video art compilation playing on vintage television screens. All day, a collection of footage from the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections will permeate the lobby.
The point of the video?
A liberal and some would say Marxist philosophy is interwoven in every aspect of the guest experience. Some features include TED-type talks, fireside chats, and rooftop lectures. All of them, of course, fueled by leftist ideologies.
Additionally, Eaton will offer “healthy” food selections like organic veggies and environmentally friendly, organic mattresses. And, according to Eaton founder Katherine Lo, you won’t find a mini-bar stocked with bourbon and soda.
“We plan to have new ideas in the minibar—an activist toolkit, for example, that includes sheets with information to help you call your congress people,” says Lo. “If we’d been open during this year’s Women’s March, I could’ve seen us putting poster boards and markers in the rooms!”
Even more interesting, Eaton appears to be aiming at Christians as well. Tailoring their political message to each property, they plan on eliminating bibles at their Hong Kong location. Instead, they will provide guests a copy of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights.
Because why consult the Creator when you have concerns about humanity, right?
Essentially, Eaton Workshop is not meant to be a source of unity in a country more divided than ever. Instead, it fosters, if not encourages, the left’s growing and misplaced animosity towards President Trump.
When all is said and done, Eaton Workshop is just an overpriced “safe space.”
A decidedly non-intellectual breeding ground for irresponsible and ineffective rhetoric. It’s $200-a night price tag, indicative of just how hypocritical leftist politics truly are.
We’ll stick with Motel 6. Their light is always on–for everyone.