There are 166 rooms at the new property, a relatively low number that speaks to its intimacy. Rooms run the gamut from King accommodations to five-bedroom beachfront villas, and celebrity designer Kelly Wearstler (a.k.a. "The Wearst"), known for her quirky opulence, lent a Hollywood touch to the decor.
A luxury spa, fitness center, and beachside dining—you know, the usual super luxe activities and amenities—are on-site. The name of the game at this Viceroy seems to be "privacy": Private fitness training, private spa treatments in-room, ocean-view private pools are just some of the perks being offered. Like other resorts that fall into this high-end category, guests are meant to feel like they have ownership over their surroundings.
Of course, said privacy comes at a price: When we checked rates for a weekend in January, we found a King room for $695 per night, double-occupancy, or a five-bedroom villa for a whopping $9,500 per night. We did see an introductory offer on the reservations page for a second night free, but found no open dates until early February.
Looks like people started planning for their post-holiday sanity trip early.