MUSE Introduces its Seuss Sleepover

PRNewswire NEW YORK Nov. 20 :

If the sun is not shining and it`s too cold to play, The MUSE hotel in
Times Square is the place to stay; from Conrad and Zoe to Sally and
Grover, The MUSE delights kids with the Seuss Sleepover. Celebrating the
movie release of The Cat in the Hat** this winter, guests enjoy a green
eggs and ham breakfast, red and white stovepipe hat and more with Seuss
Sleepover rates starting at $309*/night through Jan. 31, 2004.

Inspiring creativity in its guests, The MUSE provides the essentials for
an imaginative adventure with The Cat in the Hat(TM) book, Dr. Seuss-style
red and white striped stovepipe hat and a bowl of goldfish (crackers). For
guests who relish a little nonsense every now and then, the whimsical
package features a green eggs and ham breakfast concocted by Chef “Sam I
Am.” The Seuss Sleepover also includes a daily Seuss story-time complete
with cookies and milk and choice of Dr. Seuss books, then provides
heavy-eyed guests with a “Do Not Disturb” sign for an afternoon nap.

The Big Apple has a blizzard of holiday activities for families from ice-
skating and the lighting of the giant Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center
to the Rockettes “Christmas Spectacular” at Radio City Music Hall—all
within walking distance from The MUSE. For a show-stopping time, matinees
of Beauty and the Beast on Broadway, the Nutcracker performed by the New
York City Ballet and A Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden are all
family favorites. Guests are also only minutes away from holiday shopping
from the Times Square Toys “R” Us and FAO Schwartz to Macy`s and Sak`s
Fifth Avenue.
To come and play at a Seuss Sleepover one winter day, call The MUSE at
877.NYC.MUSE or visit http://www.themusehotel.com/.

*Rates are per night on double occupancy and availability and are subject
to change. Black out dates apply. Room tax and gratuity not included.
Travel agent commission 10 percent on room rate.

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**The Cat in the Hat and all related characters are the property of Dr.
Seuss Enterprises. The MUSE is in no way associated with the
aforementioned companies.
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