Based on a quick look at your User contributions, you seem to be cutting and pasting a lot of promotional language. What do you have to gain from that, and why do you think Wikitravel should be an arm of advertising?
Hotel listings have been added to the sleep section of relevant places. Do not see how that is abuse of Wikitravel.
I criticized you for your cutting and pasting of promotional language, not the mere fact of listing hotels. But since you mention it, you're putting listings in irrelevant places, too. I just undid your listing of the New York Marriott East Side in the "Upper East Side" article. 49th St. is not part of the Upper East Side, which you know, if you read your "Ideally located in Midtown Manhattan" advertising copy before cutting and pasting it.
Please see Wikitravel:Don't tout. If you are adding places as a marketing person, please avoid describing anything non-factual. For example, "adjacent to convention center" is fine. "Near convention center" is useless. "Unique environment" should be taken out, shot, shredded, and beaten; and not necessarily in that order. -- Colin 19:37, 22 September 2008 (EDT)
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