Yes, the e-cigarettes that had us all weirded out by Camille Grammar's psychic friend in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are going to be for sale at The Clarendon Hotel.
Despite the oddness of the fake puffing, we actually think this is a genius compromise between smoking guests and hotels who have strict no-smoking policies. The smokers get their fix and the hotels get to keep their rooms fresh.
Of course, this might not appease the smokers who are not trying to kick the habit and prefer the real thing to the e-thing but if a smoker is dying for a cig in bed, maybe this will be good enough.
Bethel now plans to sell blucigs to guests for $10 each which is worth about a pack and a half of cigs.
No word on what kind of e-ciggie Bethel plans to sell at his hotel but the products start around $55 for a kit.
What say you about E-Cigarettes for sale in hotels--Puff, Puff, Give or No Smoking Means No Smoking? Light it up in comments below!
[Photo courtesy of blucigs]