At this under-the-radar, pocket-sized Hollywood boutique, each guest room (grand total: four) has a fully functional kitchen. With a bit of advance notice, room service can become in-room service: A private chef will step inside your quarters and prepare anything you desire.
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The Hot List: Room Service
As our city's chilly weather starts to resemble actual autumn, breakfast in bed seems like an increasinglywise idea—especially when you book a hotel suite and summon a staff to concoct said breakfast for you.But a nice-enough meal with nice-enough service isn't enough for the refined traveler who's seen it all(i.e., you). And so we present the city's five most enticing room-service options.
Bliss Spa, among the more formidable Zen-spa empires in the world, is the in-house scrubber at the W. If you're only interested in lifting a finger when it's about to be massaged, order the deep-tissue treatment from the room-service menu in your newly redesigned suite.
When your companion becomes hungry for more than chocolate-covered strawberries, grab the Romance Menu and call downstairs for items like candles, Cosabella lingerie and diamonds. Too bad the candles don't come in a leather scent. Oh, wait, they do.
Ever the pioneers, the attentive staff members at the Ritz have done away with the usual silver-tray-and-white-napkin thing. Instead, they'll arrive with blue and brown linens and a fresh orchid. We know, they're insane like that.
The $98 caviar dish on the menu is not, we must report, for humans. It's part of the Pet Companion Menu—which, like your own biped-oriented menu, is available 24/7. In case you and Socks get a hankering for something salty at 3am.