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Step into your hotel and you are famous. On the sidewalk, not famous. In the lobby, famous. See how that works? If you maintain excellent client relations, they will seek you out by name each time they check into your hotel, which is a sort of fame. Hotel staff will also know who you are, and will want you to know who they are so they can become big shots like you some day.

Hotel Managers who run high-end places will also meet VIP’s like hip hop artists, politicians and movie stars who need a place to crash for the night. Therefore, by the transitive property (if a + b =b + c blah, blah) famous people stay at the hotel. You run the hotel. You are famous. That’s how it works, right?