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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Travel Tuesday: Cozy Up to the Chamberlain

Words by Jennifer Stein
Words by Carolyn Gerin

After a special “winter comfort food” dinner for two, guests settle into a grand suite and enjoy winter inspired cocktails by the in-room fireplace.

This holiday season, beat the winter chill in style and “cozy up” with that special someone at one of Los Angeles’ most stylish urban retreats– Chamberlain West Hollywood . Travelers are invited to enjoy a special dinner for two at The Bistro and repose in a Grand King Suite complete with a cozy Chamberlain throw blanket and two winter inspired cocktails to be enjoyed by the in-room fireplace.

Tucked off the lobby in a setting reminiscent of a garden greenhouse, Chamberlain’s exclusive hotel-guest only dining destination, The Bistro, offers the finest in West Hollywood restaurant dining. Executive Chef Mark Pierce treats guests to a 5-course tasting menu of winter comfort foods complete with wine pairings.

After dinner, guests settle into a luxurious Grand King Suite, styled to evoke the feel and spirit of a private home and are invited to “cozy up” with their special someone and enjoy winter inspired cocktails by the in-room fireplace. A Chamberlain throw blanket completes the experience and can be kept as a souvenir.

After the November-December holiday season has come and gone, Chamberlain West Hollywood keeps the fireplaces roaring, offering the “Cozy Up” Package for a romantic Valentine’s Day retreat.

Chamberlain West Hollywood’s “Cozy Up” Holiday Package is available at $550 for two people, including room tax and service charges. Available dates are November 1, 2009 to February 28, 2010, with blackout dates of December 31, January 17 and 31.

About Chamberlain West Hollywood
Chamberlain West Hollywood combines the comforts of a metropolitan boutique hotel with the eclectic ambiance of a residential pied-à-terre. With classic styling updated for the contemporary eye and stone’s throw proximity to the pulse of the Sunset Strip and Robertson Boulevard, Chamberlain has been carefully crafted to appeal to style-conscious business and vacation travelers alike. The hotel’s 114 guest suites combine residential touches such as high-thread count sheets, gas log fireplaces and designer body products. The rooftop deck is classic California with a heated swimming pool and 360-degree city views, while the stylish lobby offers a modern Bistro with light meals and cocktails. A fully equipped fitness facility and distinctive indoor and outdoor event venues round out this distinctive L.A. property. Chamberlain was named to Condé Nast Traveler’s Hot List in 2006.

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