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    • A butler and cheese specialist work at the presidential suite at Washington's Park Hyatt hotel. (Park Hyatt)
    • An apple pie guests can enjoy during the inauguration at the presidential suite at Washington's Park Hyatt hotel. (Park Hyatt)
    • The living room of the presidential suite at Washington's Park Hyatt hotel. (Park Hyatt)
    • The piano and dining rooms of the presidential suite at Washington's Park Hyatt hotel. (Park Hyatt)

    The Luxurious Inauguration Experience

    Published January 17, 2013

    Most of the 700,000 visitors expected to come to Washington to witness President Barack Obama's second inauguration will spend their time waiting in long lines, braving the cold and fighting the crowds. But for those who can afford it, the inauguration can be a luxurious and privileged excursion tour.


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