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When we used the word "intimate" to describe the spa above, we weren't just throwing around a trendy adjective. The spa is truly that, with just two treatment rooms and two private locker rooms, which are called Wet Room 1 and Wet Room 2. But don't let the small size put you off. It's actually a far more relaxing and serene experience than entering some of the super spas we see in hotels today.
When you arrive at Mr. C Spa & Beauty (just one level down from the lobby and next to the fitness center), you'll be taken to one of the Wet Rooms which feature their own shower/steam rooms, a locker complete with a robe and slippers and a vanity sink lined with Mr. C toiletries. And guess what? You're the only one in the room. No awkward exchanges with near-naked guests or long walks to find the showers.
Then once you're ready for your treatment, you can walk mere steps to the relaxation lounge, which features mosaic tile walls and a "starry ceiling" where you await your therapist.
Last week, we featured the concierge from the Mr. C Hotel in Los Angeles because we loved how he was texting with hotel guests. Venicio "Choy" Flores tells us that being available by text is just one of the many ways he's able to serve guests, even when he's technically off the clock:
They can call me anytime they need anything. I have gotten calls at 2am after work or on my day off and I and my colleagues have taken care of their questions or requests. So we at Mr C are truly 24 hours. We don't stop just because our shift ends.
And should you ever want a plane to Las Vegas at the last-minute, Choy could probably make that happen because he's done it before. Here he tells us the story of his craziest request and what he charged for it. (Hint: You can afford it!)
Congrats to our guessers on last week's Guess The Hotel--you were all correct!
We popped into the Mr. C Hotel at Beverly Hills last week to see how things were progressing as the big opening day drew near. The place was still putting on the finishing touches--the porte cochere, the lobby and the Mr. C restaurant were all being worked on when we stopped in--so we weren't allowed to use the photos that we snapped. And which is why we had to make do with the Mr. C man on the slipcovers in the makeshift lobby for our Guess The Hotel post.
However, we did get to tour the place from top to bottom and we're rather excited. The guestrooms are all finished (actually have been for a few months now) and they look astonishingly similar to the official hotel room photo above. Except, you know, the view is never that clear in Los Angeles. But we love that the cute Mr. C logo can be found on everything from the towels to table tops to the Gilchrist and Soames toiletries.