â€œWork hard, play harderâ€, states the newly opened Ivy Hotel in downtown San Diego, setting new standards in the boutique hotel experience.
With 159 guestrooms, including 14 deluxe suites and 3 specialty suites this cutting-edge hotel offers modern luxuries with a seductive twist. You don't have to be a celebrity to enjoy the VIP treatment at the Ivy Hotel, â€œYour every wish is our commandâ€ touts the hotel as each room comes complete with a suave personal butler to cater to your every need. In addition, VIP access to Envy Club, Escalade service, 42â€³ HDTV Plasma, In-room bottle service, Korres bath products.
My suggestion is to, at the very least, request the premium guestroom which features the signature butler-drawn luxury molten bath, where the glass-enclosed bathtub is exposed to the entire guestroom. How's that for sexy. Or leave your inhibitions at the door and check in to the Star Suite, which includes a group shower, stripper pole, king size bunk beds, fully stocked wet bar. Are we at the Playboy Mansion, Las Vegas? Nope, right here in â€œthe finest city in the worldâ€ San Diego. Better yet, if you are a true member of the Ivy league try one of their two Suite packages:
The â€œGet Wetâ€ package for $3500 per night which includes your own private rooftop cabana, Swarovski Havaianas flip-flops for the ladies, waterproof digital camera, Beluga caviar, Ultimat Vodka or Veuve Clicquot champagne all the while relaxing under the sun.
Or choose the â€œArouseâ€ package at $4000 for two nights which includes ViP access to Envy nightclub, his & hers 80 GB iPods, Chef's bed dinner for two in the Quarter Kitchen, breakfast in bed, monogrammed robes and much more are included in this ultimate pampering experience.
High standards, posh amenities and inventive pleasures are just a few reasons why this hotel will live up to your wildest dreams.
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