Skip to comments.Deutsche Bank talks austerity in posh hotel
Posted on 11/04/2012 11:02:59 AM PST by Olog-hai
Troubled Deutsche Bank has rented out the whole of one of Germanys poshest hotelsfor its top managers to spend three days taking about cutting costs and saving money, a magazine reported at the weekend.
Suites at Berlins Adlon Hotel can cost up to 15,000 ($19,239) a night, while the cheapest room will set penny-pinchers back 320 ($410) a nightand Deutsche Bank has rented out the entire building, Der Spiegel said, in a report to be published on Monday.
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Socialism is not for the socialists ping!
At prices like those, I hope Senator Menendez’s B-girls are included! Holy schmoley!
Who do they think they are? Obama’s GSA or something?
Douche Bank Uber Alles!
The Adlon Hotel was Hitler's official residence in Berlin on and off for several years before he was elected Chancellor in 1933.
For those with musical and Independent Film interests...
Percy Adlon, the great grandson of the Adlon Hotel's founder, directed a well known independent film called “Bagdad Cafe.”
It featured a cheap, rundown California motel and truck stop.
It also featured the song “Calling You,” which was nominated for an Academy Award, around 1989, as I recall.
His son was married to Pamela Adlon from Californication and Louie, the voice of Bobby Hill on King of the Hill.
Funny to get from the Kaiser and Hitler to Louis C.K and David Duchovny and Hank Hill.