Wednesday, May 20, 2009

wedding forecast by JM :: untouched territory

At Bellz & Whistlez, we do the discovering, and you do the partying. So check out these three Southern California properties -- LoftSEVEN, Sè San Diego, and Shorebreak Hotel -- all showcasing personalities true to their location. You'll easily "wow" your guests by opening the doors to a completely different environment.

Premiering in Los Angeles is LoftSEVEN. Created with the entertainment industry in mind, this new penthouse is ready to handle any event. Corporate parties, weddings, private screenings, bridal events, photo shoots, filming, you name it. Atop the Haas Building and former Broadway Exchange, you will find this residence decked out with a large marble bar, a ten foot drop down digital HD projector screen and a kitchen for your chef of choice.

Take the stairs or step into the private elevator and ascend to the rooftop, stocked with barbeques, a wraparound sound system, catering kitchen and mounted on a helipad, a glass enclosed Jacuzzi suited for twenty! All while being surrounded by unobstructed views of the city.

Heading south, the historic district of Downtown San Diego has evolved into quite a dynamic playground. The iconic Sè San Diego is the new kid on the block and no detail was overlooked. Experience the ultimate in contemporary chic with an Asian inspired design that blends old world beauty with a modern vibe. The establishment is sheathed in exotic woods, fabrics and textures, complementing the high-touch sensory aesthetic. You will encounter black ebony columns adorned with turquoise patina beads, teardrop crystals, a stingray skin lined bar, cascading shell curtains and a three dimensional gold foil map of San Diego with a small light indicating where Sè San Diego is.

While I have viewed the space, I have yet to try their menu but I cannot fathom the thought of leaving Suite & Tender unmentioned. Suite & Tender is a softer, more sophisticated take on the typical steakhouse designed by renowned interior designer Dodd Mitchell. I was awestruck by the impressive décor. The swanky restaurant is visually stunning combining a liberal use of brown leather and dark wood with glass, concrete and modern lighting.Sè San Diego truly radiates the height of luxury.

In between LA and SD, ride the waves into Shorebreak Hotel which just opened earlier this week. Huntington Beach’s only boutique hotel situated along the waterfront draws its inspiration from the cultivated yet laid-back surf culture while combining upscale and edgy accents. Located on “The Strand”, you are within walking distance of everything that makes for a perfect promenade. The joint aims for certain refinement, but it isn’t afraid of bare feet. Photos of surfers are everywhere, private oceanside balconies keep you in tune with the waves and the main elevator is covered with wetsuit material. The totally tubular second floor is designed to look like you are in the barrel on your board!

Grab your beach gear and jump into a convertible as Shorebreak Hotel is offering $100 rooms for the first 100 days for anyone within 100 miles.

I also invite you to attend:

Shorebreak’s Bridal Showcase
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Shorebreak Hotel in the Epic Ballroom
500 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Admission pricing varies
**Tickets to this event sold out immediately online but you can purchase them at the door, based on availability.

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