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She loves seamless in-room check-ins, beautiful, over-the-top suites with tech features, secret hotel perks, and amazing culinary experiences. Outside of work, you can find her hanging somewhere in Brooklyn’s Little Caribbean neighborhood and championing all things Black travel. A Connecticut native based in New York City, Annie Archer is the assistant social media editor at Travel + Leisure.

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