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The Delano Las Vegas, while strongly inspired by the original Delano in South Beach, is very much its own hotel.
We like to think of it as, "Delano Does the Desert", since much of the hotel's design and subsequent vibe, was inspired by the surrounding area. Like the towering boulders, sourced whole from the Nevada desert that now, split in half, grace the entrance to the hotel. And the long narrow carpet in the lobby that's meant to be a picture of the winding Colorado River. And just before you approach the reception desk, you're greeted by a a few hundred rocks hanging from the ceiling (an installation piece from Korean artist Jaehyo Lee.)
Up in the all-suite guest rooms, however, there's less Nevada and more New York with white leather furniture, gold accents and black and white photography. That cosmopolitan style carries up to hotel's 28 penthouse suites, which are found on floors 60-62. Each suite averages about 1,642 square feet but there are a couple of different layouts. Allow us to tell you about two of them.
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...keep track of the visions in her eyes?
Spies told the paper that Oprah trooped down to the Balance Gym at the Fairmont Washington DC in Georgetown and hit the treadmill.
Sporting black athletic pants and a pink top, Winfrey was all smiles and friendly to fellow patrons, we’re told. The only clue that this wasn’t your typical convention attendee burning off last night’s buffet dinner in between sessions: the Divine Ms. O wore fashionable dark sunglasses during her session, spies say.
From now on, we will be wearing sunglasses in the hotel gym. Fake it 'til you make it, ladies! At the very least, it will help us feel slightly less mortified about tripping over the equipment in front of everyone (this actually happened to us last week.)
The Rathskeller Suite at Hotel Commonwealth is chock full of memorabilia from the cellar of the grungy music club The Rat - minus the grunge
Hotel Commonwealth in Boston’s historic Back Bay may seem like just one of many luxury accommodations to choose from (and it is) but it does have a rather uncommon legacy. The hotel was once the site of a legendary nightclub that rocked Boston from the mid-1970s to late 1990s before it was demolished in 2000. This was The Rathskeller, aka The Rat, and what better way to commemorate this famous musical haunt than by dedicating a hotel suite in its honor?
If your list of Dublin hotel room requirements includes things like duplex, roof terrace, and private cedar wood hot tub, the just refreshed Penthouse at The Merrion brings all of those things together. Sixteen years after it was first opened, the hotel has redone the two-floor space, which includes the above master bedroom. Between the furniture (desk chair, sofa), drapes, and colours, it strikes a rather feminine tone to us; more images of the rest of the suite below.
In space-constricted Japan (50% of the 127 million people live on 2% of the land), the size of a room isn’t typically looked at by square meter or square foot, but by the number of Tatami mats that fit inside.
That looks something like the above, and no, we didn’t ask The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto to take all the furniture out of the room for the photo: this is the bedroom of a traditional Tatami Suite at the hotel, which means every evening your equally traditional futon-style bed (two singles) will be made up for you. We had a chance to look inside the hotel during a recent visit to Kyoto, four months after the hotel opened on February 7 this year.
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Last week, we gave you ideas for things you can do at Four Seasons George V if you can’t afford the pretty penny it costs to stay there, but still want a piece of that luxury pie. Now we’re going deeper inside to give you a peek at one of the coveted suites at the hotel – Suite 335.
Suite 335 is a Four Seasons Suite, the lowest rung on the suites ladder at George V. After it comes the Deluxe, Premier, Duplex, and Empire Suites, and all the way up to the Penthouse Suite. The Four Seasons Suites are not to be scoffed at, however, as runts of the litter, for they range in size from 650-750 sq ft and have the old-world elegance found throughout George V plus all of the mod-cons you need to carry on with your daily life.
Plenty of pics below!
Are your vacation getaways guided by the criteria of “excellent Instagram potential”? Are you a Brooklyn-based fashion blogger seeking temporary solitude to crank out your “first novel on the liberating potential of wanderlust”? Are you into road trips, but not cramped cars that smell like Interstate lunches? AKA has something amazing for you.
Well, for all of us, really – if only to behold from afar. The luxury brand of long stay accommodations just announced its first ever AKA Mobile Suite, a spacious Airsteam that has been decked out to the upscale expectations of an AKA resident: think plush bedding, a flat-panel TV and iPod docks, Bulgari bath amenities, and splashes of colorful accouterment from fashion designer Trina Turk, who will also offer “VIP discounts” on a road trip-ready wardrobe purchased from her LA showroom. (Most important: A full bathroom with shower. No sneaking into boondock YMCAs to rinse off.)
The Loews Hollywood, smack dab in the middle of all things well, Hollywood (like the Dolby Theater, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Bowl), recently completed a $31 million renovation which has transformed nearly every inch of the property from a former Renaissance by Marriott hotel into a sleek, stylish and cosmopolitan Loews hotel.
While all the guest rooms are sporting the new, heavy-on-the-grays look, the best room to book is clearly this junior suite on the top floor. Room 2017 to be exact.
There isn't a separate sitting room but the suite does has 622-sq.ft of space to spread out in and a sleeper sofa to accommodate an extra guest (or two.) But what's really the star of the show here is the killer view of the Hollywood sign which is entirely unobstructed. You are actually looking out on the hillside where the iconic sign stands. (Our nighttime picture really doesn't do it justice.)
Alec Baldwin should probably steer clear of this new hotel suite in Manhattan but Lindsay Lohan will absolutely love it.
Row Hotel in Times Square (formerly the Milford Plaza) has unveiled a new 1,000-sq.ft. two-bedroom, penthouse suite that's done up in contemporary decor (hello, gorgeous Missoni pillows!) and filled with extremely modern furnishings that seem to re-invent geometric shapes as we know them.
But the suite also has some throwbacks to old Hollywood with vintage photographs of actors and rock stars from Ron Galella on the walls. The suite even has a copy of one of those old Hollywood movie lights. And now, you can put yourself in the pictures.
Thinking that one Penthouse wouldn’t quite do, Corinthia Hotel London went ahead and filled the top floors of its 1885 Victorian building on Embankment with seven of them, each with its own theme and design: from The Actor’s Penthouse, the smallest at 1075 sq ft, to the far bigger Royal Penthouse, weighing in at 5000 sq ft.
We had a chance to peek inside two of them: The Writer’s Penthouse and The Musician’s Penthouse, sat side by side on the hotel’s seventh floor. Each spreads over two floors, with a more than double-height living room, an internal balcony, and outdoor terrace, so you won’t hurt for space either way.
The Musician’s living room (above) adds a grand piano, complete with two bar stools for an impromptu concert, and various instruments spread around the Penthouse for when virtuoso strikes. We liked the little reading nooks in front of the windows in both suites.
A stay at the newly renovated New York Palace is not too shabby in itself, but now travelers looking to add a touch of exclusivity to their stay need look no further than The Towers, a 176-room hotel within a hotel, with its own reception area and private elevators, located on the top 14 floors.
Towers rooms range from 465-square foot Towers Rooms; Specialty suites (including the stunning 5,000 square foot triplex Champagne Suite and the Jewel Suite by Martin Katz); Towers Executive Suites; One Bedroom Suites, to the over 1200-square-foot Towers Corner Suites that feature fully stocked cocktail bars, kitchens, dining room tables and chairs for six, large outdoor terraces, and the option to add a connecting room with two Queen beds.
As well as a post-renovation rejuvenated look and feel, rooms in The Towers feature touch-screen tablets that control all of the room’s high-tech features including automated lighting, roman shades and blackout privacy curtains. Towers guests also have privileged access to Rarities, an intimate, men's club-inspired 25-seat salon — accessible to the public by reservation only.
A stay in the Towers also gets you a dedicated Les Clefs d'Or concierge team, house car service in a Mercedes GL350 or Maybach and Maître d'Etage service. Additionally, business travelers who book a Towers Corner Suite are treated to the “You’ve Arrived” service, which includes complimentary arrival airport transfer from New York City’s major airports.
Midweek June rates for The Towers start at $655 for a Tower King.
[Photo: New York Palace]
Where else should a hotel suite filled with American art, furniture and decor open but Washington D.C.?
The Park Hyatt in the capital city recently unveiled a special Made in the USA Suite in conjunction with the new exhibit of the same name at The Phillips Collection, which will be on display through August 31st.
Inside the suite are five giclee reproductions of the museum's American art masterworks including Marsden Hartley’s Off the Banks at Night; Arthur G. Dove’s Red Sun and Peppino Mangravite’s Political Exiles. The suite also includes some American-made furniture such as a timber rocking chair (made in Vermont) and artisanal items from the museum's gift shop like a spiral wrap bowl (Rhode Island), a WUD martini glass (Colorado) and stackable wooden blocks (Washington state.) Anonymously modern Hyatt decor no more! We kinda think all Park Hyatt rooms should get these little touches.
Guests who book the suite, which starts at just $399 a night, also get the following: