A Whisky Hotel With Its Own Whiskey Fountain Is Opening In Los Angeles

A whiskey-themed hotel with its own whiskey fountain is opening soon in Los Angeles. The accommodation, aptly called The Whisky Hotel, will be located on Hollywood Boulevard and have 134 rooms for guests to enjoy their favorite beverage on the rocks. Frankly, I can’t think of anywhere else I’d like to stay!

  1. The whiskey-themed hotel is currently in development. According to What Now Los Angeles, the seven-story building is currently under construction and won’t open until 2022. Given that most of us aren’t doing any unnecessary traveling at the moment, it’s a wait that’s worth it!
  2. There’s plenty of whiskey to go around. Upon your arrival to the hotel, guests will receive a free glass of whiskey. There will also be a whiskey fountain in the hotel lobby as well as a minibar stocked with the good stuff in each room. Not only that, but they’re planning a rooftop bar and restaurant too. The project is being developed by restauranteur Adolfo Suaya, who’s no stranger to running such establishments in LA.
  3. Who knew whiskey tourism was such a big thing? As Suaya told What Now Los Angeles, “The Whisky Hotel aims to carve a niche in the growing whiskey tourism industry and plans to do so by providing a unique experience for connoisseurs and amateurs alike.” If you happen to be an amateur, you might be glad to know that there will be experts on hand to help you develop a palate for the drink.
  4. There will be plenty of events to attend as well. The hotel will host whiskey-themed cocktail classes and tastings as well, pretty much guaranteeing that you’ll probably be pretty hammered the entire time you’re there. If you’re on vacation, that’s probably a very good thing. Frankly, a whiskey hotel was something Los Angeles and the world totally needed, in my opinion!
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