Opening in the third quarter of this year, QT Queenstown will be the first five-star design-driven hotel to open in the South Island resort town.Designed by Nic Graham, styled by Anna Roberts, with costumes by Janet Hine and art curated by Amanda Love, QT Queenstown will consist of 69 larger boutique designer suites.Like others in the QT portfolio, the Queenstown hotel will feature bold dining concepts – Bazaar Interactive Marketplace and Reds Bar – which are already open, providing Queenstown locals and tourist with a taste of the signature QT quirks yet to come.Bazaar Interactive Marketplace, QT Queenstown’s signature restaurant, reinterprets the traditional hotel dining concept and has unrivalled views of Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu and the surrounding mountain ranges including The Remarkables.Showcasing an international mosaic of foods, diners will be spoilt for choice with seafood, cheese and charcuterie bars, Asian and grill stations, authentic Italian wood-fired pizzas and a dessert bar bursting with creative sweets and pastries. Bazaar chefs provide a theatrical and interactive dining experience to create an interesting gastronomic experience.Reds Bar emulates a contemporary living space that is a mixture of nostalgic alpine and après-ski ambience with equally impressive views. Custom furniture including Eames-era chairs, painting and pops of bold colour are among the design highlights. Resident DJs play late into the night, and there’s an extensive cocktail list with a modern twist.QT’s bartenders deliver from the largest selection of spirits and liqueurs in town, fashioning tantalising cocktails from the list of classic and signature tipples.
Lynne Patton, Eric Trump‘s former party planner, clearly cares more about her worship of the president and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson than obeying and respecting the laws of the country. She made that crystal clear on social media.See Also: While The Government Is Shut Down, Ben Carson’s Incompetence Threatens Poor Families’ HousingAfter Carson showed more of his HUD incompetence last week — he confusing a common housing term, REO, with an Oreo cookie smack dab in the middle of a House committee hearing live on national TV — Patton posted to Facebook using the “feeling disgusted” emoticon. Patton clearly has no respect for herself or the country’s laws. This is the same person who willingly debased herself at Michael Cohen‘s congressional hearing when she stood by Republican Rep. Mark Meadows in a futile attempt to prove that Trump isn’t racist.Also, in January of last year, she attacked another Black woman, April Ryan, calling her Miss Piggy.Patton is just another example of the corrupt incompetence in this administration.SEE ALSO:Black Residents Flee Chicago As Experts Say Chances For Success DiminishOprah Winfrey And Sterling K. Brown Shut Down The Golden Globes With Monumental SpeechesLIRR Racist Charged With Hate Crime, Will Aaron Schlossberg Be Next? Gov. Cuomo Slams Mayor Bill De Blasio For The Eric Garner Case But He Also Failed The Family In Memoriam: Celebrities We Lost In 2017 “Just retweeted this amazing tweet from both of my Twitter accounts— professional and personal. It may be a Hatch Act violation. It may not be. Either way. I honestly don’t care anymore,” he wrote on her page.“These people are determined to try to ruin and discredit a good man,” she continued. “In the end, they will only serve to destroy themselves and this great country when successful men and women from the private sector refuse to become public servants and a target of their undeserving partisan hate and obstruction.” Ben Carson , Donald Trump , Hatch Act , Lynne Patton A$AP Rocky Being In A Swedish Prison Will Not Stop Her From Going To The Country That Showed Her ‘So Much Love’ More By NewsOne Staff HUD official Lynne Patton posted on Facebook that she doesn’t care if she is breaking the law pic.twitter.com/2wHetbxxVO— Edward Hardy (@EdwardTHardy) May 28, 2019The 1939 Hatch Act prohibits executive branch officials from using their official authority for political purposes, which Patton clearly doesn’t care about.In April, she was accused of violating the Hatch Act by watchdog organization Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) for showing Trump campaign merchandise in her government office. “Government officials may not use their positions to promote partisan politics and certainly may not display campaign merchandise in the workplace,” CREW’s Executive Director Noah Bookbinder said in a statement at the time.He continued, “Yet Lynne Patton and other Trump administration officials continue to violate this law time and time again. While any one of these violations may seem minor, taken together they represent an administration engaged in unprecedented partisan political activity in direct violation of the law.” Meghan McCain Whines That She Can’t Attack llhan Omar Because Trump Is Too Racist