Here are a few places you can get cozy with a Kindle after dark
Le Petit Hermitage / West Hollywood / CA
The Ashkenazy brothers have a clear take on the vibe they envision for their hip LA hotel and it’s perfectly described in the property manifesto – ‘Bohemianism is a way of life. A state of mind. An atmosphere. It’s about living richly and irreverently, beyond convention. It’s about being uninhibited, unbuttoned, creative and free.’ Oh, how we love that our Kindles found a kindred spirit!
Marquee Nightclub – Cosmopolitan / Las Vegas /NV
With more than 62,00 square feet of space and 50-foot-tall ceilings, this spectacular Vegas hot spot might just be the unrivaled king of nighclubdom. Coliseum-style seating surrounds a focal dance floor and patrons can watch what goes down on massive four-story LED screens. Forget the nickel slots, bypass the buffet and get your name on the guest list. Bottle service and celebrity sightings a must!
Intercontinental Hotel / Toronto / Ontario
Superb service and sophisticated luxury smack dab in the center of cosmopolitan Toronto, the Intercontinental Ontario offers killer lake and downtown views. On your list of to do’s – a thrilling ride up the iconic CN Tower, catching a show at the Princess of Wales Theatre, food snobbery at St. Lawrence Market, and getting your Toronto Maple Leafs game on at the Air Canada Centre. Time to relax? The Azure Restaurant and Bar boasts stunning glasswork by artist Stuart Reid.
Hyde Nightclub – Bellagio / Las Vegas / NV
Some insist that the Bellagio Hotel is all about the fountain show. Well, at Hyde, club goers can enjoy the super-spraying (460-ft) spectacular without sacrificing a night of debauchery on The Strip. The fountains aren’t the only magic worth the price of admission – we’re talking theme nights, guest DJ’s, celebrity hosts, bachelorettes, costumes, glow sticks and (not to be underestimated) funfetti.
Nobu / Malibu /CA
We’ve sung this stunning eatery’s many praises time and time again and still never tire of the beauty, beach, or black cod. The award winning teams of Montalba Architects and Studio PCH got it so right – that’s what keeps us eagerly coming back. (And of course the food, Mr. Matsuhisa!)
The London / West Hollywood / CA
Designer David Collins perfectly captures the elegant sophistication and old Hollywood glamour in this boutique hotel gem. Two hundred spacious suites, a culinary tour de force by chef Gordon Ramsay and a rooftop pool with wraparound deck (killer view!) guarantees you’ll feel like a celebrity. Check out the fun packages offered to customize your trip – from Topless in LA, which includes a convertible for your cruising pleasure to Shop the Hills, an absolute must when you’re in LALA land.