Posts Tagged ‘sexy’

Sexy hotel beds at Townhouse in Miami

July 9, 2009

These sexy (save for, imo, the beach ball) hotel beds are from Townhouse in Miami, via Hoosta magazine, which says:

Townhouse is a cool hotel, fun and sexy, located in 50 meters from Miami Beach, just a step away from the fashion boutiques and the restaurants of Lincoln Street and Ocean Drive. Designed by a French artist qualified of the School of « Beaux Arts », India Mahdavi, here is a contemporary hotel in the pared-down design which will enrapture those who want to stay in Florida in a refreshing, young and amusing place.

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Forbes Traveler picks the sexiest hotels in America for 2008

December 12, 2008

Which 10 hotels are lucky enough to earn “sexiest hotel” status from Forbes Traveler? Click here to find out!

Some selections may surprise you. Who would expect, for example, to find a sexy hotel in sultry old Savannah? Well, the Mansion on Forsyth Park in Savannah is seriously sexy. First off, the lobby doubles as an art gallery with about 400 works of art, while the pool area suggests a luxe tropical resort. Mostly orange, the restaurant is a welcome breath of trendy fresh air in this atmospheric town.

The Liberty Hotel in Boston was actually a prison for some 120 years. But today there’s a 90-foot-high atrium in the center of a decidedly deluxe property, and its former exercise yard is now a beautifully landscaped private garden. From the posh roof deck there is a—can we say this?—sexy view of the Charles River and Back Bay skyline.

And Las Vegas? Forget it—outrageous and over-the-top may be fabulous, but rarely is it sexy. For real desert chic, less is more, and groovy Palm Springs, Calif., is where you’ll find it, at Hollywood hideaways such as Korakia and Le Parker Palm Springs. The former resembles a Moroccan villa and is the kind of place where you’ll find agents mulling over scripts by either of two very inviting swimming pools. The latter property is larger and the kind of hotel where celebrities such as Nicole Kidman and “La Vie en Rose” star (and recent Oscar winner) Marion Cotillard stay when the Palm Springs International Film Festival rolls into town each January.