SLS has two entrances one that leads to a quiet restaurant called Tres, and the other that leads to their most interesting part of their hotel, the Bazaar.
Right as you walk into Tres, you get an immediate feel for the look Starck was going for. Beautiful couches and chairs are arranged around tables to create intimate gathering areas. If you've been to XIV or S Bar, you'll find that the SLS is similar in style, it's as much whimsical as it is luxurious. It's a modern day "Alice in Wonderland" set complete with oversize fixtures.
We shoot up the elevators to the rooftop pool to find that the design theme of the hotel carried throughout. Oversize framed mirrors line the hallway to the pool.
After wading through the perfectly temperate 88.6 degree pool, the rooftop is the perfect place to catch a beautiful California sunset.
A quick peek into the room reveals beds with faux-mink bedspreads and built into the wall plasma tvs that seemingly disappear once you turn them off. Rain showers and an extra deep bathtub greet you in the rooms with double beds. At about $400 a night, the rooms didn't feel cheap. Though a little small, it had a luxurious feel to them, like they didn't skimp out on the details. You could also tell that Starck really thought about space. A desk is neatly tucked behind its glass headboard, all amenities are neatly stowed away in a large cabinet.
For the last part of our tour, we were taken through the most interesting and amazing part of the hotel, The Bazaar. You'll never experience a place quite like this and pictures could never describe it. An interesting use of space, they mash together a store, a bar and restaurants to create a fantasyland that you could easily get lost in.
As you walk around this unique hotel, you aren't sure where one part begins and another one ends. And you're not meant to.
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