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  • America's Sexist Hotels

    Looking for that sexy getaway for Valentine's Day? Well, look no further. Online travel review site <a href="http://www.tripadvisor.com/" target="external">TripAdvisor</a> has rummaged through its user reviews and picked ten. "Travelers seeking to unleash their wilder sides look for hotels that offer far more than the standard-issue coffeemaker or iron and having a copy of the Kama Sutra in hand, or a saucy room-service menu, could make for a very memorable trip indeed," TripAdvisor spokeswoman Amelie Hurst told us. <br/> <strong>#10</strong> The <a href="http://www.jameshotels.com/" target="external">James Hotel</a> in Chicago starts off this list thanks to its dark wood platform beds and white leather furnishings. Average nightly rate: $246.
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    <strong>#9</strong> New York's <a href="http://www.libraryhotel.com/" target="external">Library Hotel</a> offers its guests more than 6,000 volumes of books organized throughout the property by the Dewey classification system. Skeptical that literature can set your pulse racing? Think again: Room 800.001 is packed with erotic tomes, including Casanova's autobiography, while room 1100.006 is adorned with books on love and relationships. TripAdvisor says the average nightly rate is $338.
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    <strong>#8</strong> In Atlanta, the <a href="http://www.glennhotel.com/" target="external">Glenn Hotel</a> offers guests a shower featuring a peek-a-boo view in to the bedroom. In the words of <a href="http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g60898-d565864-r4715911-Glenn_Hotel-Atlanta_Georgia.html" target="external">one TripAdvisor traveler</a>, "I loved the little window from the bathroom into the bedroom: this is definitely a great hotel for young couples, or for older couples who want to feel young again!" Average nightly rate: $253.
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    <strong>#7</strong> The <a href="http://www.hotelonrivington.com/" target="external">Hotel on Rivington</a> in New York City might offer great views. But that's not all. As <a href="http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g60763-d514488-r7269478-Hotel_on_Rivington-New_York_City_New_York.html" target="external">one TripAdvisor user</a> notes, "From the unconventional layout, to the glass curtain walling, to the voyeuristic shower walls, everything about this place screams hedonistic pleasure." Average nightly rate: $393.
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    <strong>#6</strong> If money is no object, head to Miami and <a href="http://www.setai.com/" target="external">the Setai</a>, a stunning oceanfront resort in the heart of South Beach. Guest rooms boast a modern, Asian-influenced design and feature black granite baths and rainfall showers. Rooms feature mood-lighting, to add romance at the touch of a button. Average nightly rate: $826.
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    <strong>#5</strong> Where better for travelers to unleash their libidos than in Sin City? The <a href="http://www.hardrockhotel.com/" target="external">Hard Rock Hotel & Casino</a> in Las Vegas offers all the trappings to bring out travelers' wild sides, including a room service menu featuring an array of lingerie and other after-dark accessories. And with a new tower, there has never been a better time to visit. As <a href="http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g45963-d91840-r2946169-Hard_Rock_Hotel_and_Casino-Las_Vegas_Nevada.html" target="external">one TripAdvisor reviewer</a> suggests, "Don't bring kids &#133; The mood is sexy and friendly and the music makes it a party atmosphere at all times." Average nightly rate: $197.
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    <strong>#4</strong> Travelers seeking a fragrant setting for a romantic getaway in Portland, Ore. can make <a href="http://www.hotellucia.com/" target="external">Hotel Lucia</a> their first port of call. This downtown boutique hotel offers modern surroundings, not to mention a "Kiss This" guest-package, including champagne, massage oils and dusting powders. Average nightly rate: $156.
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    <strong>#3</strong> With crocodile-sculpted carpeting on the floors, faux fur throws on the beds and leopard-print robes in the closets, <a href="http://www.hotelpalomar-dc.com/" target="external">Hotel Palomar</a> in Washington D.C. is an ideal spot for romantics to say "Grrrr, Baby!" Travelers can even indulge in "The Art of Celebrating Romance" package, featuring a body paint set, chocolate covered strawberries and a private couple's massage. Average nightly rate: $346.
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    <strong>#2</strong> Set in the heart of downtown Seattle, <a href="http://www.hotelmaxseattle.com/" target="external">Hotel Max</a>offers a stylish and sexy choice for over-21s. Prefer to give sight-seeing a miss and retreat to your guest room? Turn your door-handle sign to "Please Do Not Disturb" and enjoy the amenities within, including a "You Got It" button on the telephone, which responds to any whim, and a mini-bar complete with an intimacy kit. Average nightly rate: $167.
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    <strong>#1</strong> As its name suggests, <a href=" http://www.nighthotelny.com/ L" target="external">Night Hotel</a>, a modern and monochrome boutique hotel in New York city features very little light, making this the perfect spot for a romantic rendezvous with a significant other. Guest rooms are cozy and come complete with a copy of the Kama Sutra in the nightstand. Even the walls are covered with erotic art, with <a href="http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g60763-d75737-r6566032-Night_Hotel-New_York_City_New_York.html" target="external"> one TripAdvisor traveler noting</a>, "The lobby has photos of nearly nude women in masks that aren't for the prude!" Average nightly rate: $251.
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