As for the floating bounce house hotel room, it's suspended 22-feet in the air and features a bed, a couch and even a small bathroom complete with a shower, sink and toilet. It was created by artist Alex Schweder, who titled it "hotel rehearsal", as part of the Biennial of Americas. The room is not entirely exclusive to the hotel as it will be moving around Denver for the next month.
The Lloyd in the Sky with Diamonds package is available now through August 23rd and also includes two iPad Nanos loaded with Lloyd's favorite hits from the 1960s, a party for 100 in the Studio 54 lounge at the Curtis Four Square Ballroom, an afternoon with a personal shopper and disco brunch for two at the hotel's Corner Office Restaurant and Martini bar. If you're interested, call 720-889-4747 to book. Just be aware of the policies below, including a weight restriction for the hotel room.
Curious about the rest of the rooms at The Curtis? Read our review here.
All reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance and are subject to 14.75% total tax. Full payment is due at time of reservation and all reservations are non-cancelable and non-refundable. The “Studio 54” party will run from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. and has a maximum attendance of 100 guests; all guests must be over the age of 21. Maximum weight inside of “the hotel rehearsal” is 450 pounds. Guests may not consume alcohol or smoke while inside of the floating bounce house hotel room.