Rising like an enormous Roman temple on Avenue of the Arts, this former bank building is now a prayer-answering Ritz-Carlton loaded with private-elevator-accessed suites, a day spa & 24hr fitness center, and a club floor where dedicated concierges can help you hail more than a late-night Caesar. All rooms sport City Hall and avenue views, and many have separate showers and tubs which that be turned on by the hotel's bath butler, who will follow your every command so long as they're all "Bath, butler." Unlike anyplace 50 Cent parties, you can totally eat off of the Ritz's club club floor. Complimentary breakfast, snacks, hors d' oeuvres, and bevs are avail throughout the day. If you have bank to spend, deposit yourself down in the lobby... ... where you'll find a pillar-wrapped lounge hosting a daily happy hour of drinks and bites of mini lobster rolls are all $5. Dine in 10 Arts' rotunda restaurant, which serves up high class comforts like fried chicken with truffle jus collards, peppercorn-sauced short ribs, and ham & cheese mac, all sure to make you rotunda-er yourself. The club-floor Penthouse Suite is nearly twice the size of the Presidential, is only accessible via a private elevator, and features enough room for a first and second lady.
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