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Strip club hotels: we're calling this a thing. Hot on the heels of Scores opening up in Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal and the revitalization of the boutique hotel associated with the infamous Clermont Lounge, comes news of a former strip club being turned into a boutique hotel.
The five-story brick building at 122 Fountain Street, Providence Rhode Island started out in 1912 as a refuge called Church House, built by the Episcopal Church, then was home to the Sportsman’s Inn strip club, which closed in 2012. The building then had a brief incarnation as a music venue, but soon it will become The Dean, a 52-room boutique hotel.
Average room rates are up from last year, occupancy is skyrocketing and the Chelsea 'nabe may be getting a boutique hotel atop a strip club. Kinky!
The Sapphire Strip Club is seeking approval from the Chelsea community board to bring their racy plans to New York. Oh, you haven't heard of Sapphire? Turns out it's the biggest strip club in Las Vegas.
Their future New York property currently houses the ramshackle remains of another former strip joint, while upstairs once sat the seedy old Terminal Hotel, better known as a brothel for the rough crowd.
We stopped paying attention after that, until Curbed dropped the bomb, getting this quote from a Sapphire associate
"This isn't just a strip club. We want to put in a 15-story hotel, like Ian Schrager-style, with a beautiful view of Jersey."
Oh hellz no; everybody knows the only thing this hotel will have is a view of Jersey beauties.