I used to live just behind the Farmer’s Daughter Hotel on Fairfax and watched the makeover it got a few years back. It was interesting seeing how a little paint and new lighting completely turned the place around. I know plenty of people who have stayed there, but I’ve never been any further than the lobby so I had no way of knowing about the “No Tell Room.” Luckily Caroline has the deets:
“But most intriguing of all? A little something called the No Tell Room. For lovers, players or fugitives, this is being billed as the motor lodge’s most special room, a suite tucked discreetly in a corner of the building, and away from the street noises of bustling Fairfax.
From what I’ve read, it sounds like it’s equipped for late-night trysts and/or after-hour parties. There’s a fully stocked wet bar built into the back wall, soft blue-pink mood lighting, a wall-length mural of a wheat field and skyline and, of course, a huge mirror over the king bed. I just wonder why sound-proof walls wasn’t one of the features. “
Half of me thinks that this is totally cool, and the other half is completely creeped out. Hotels are gross enough, I really don’t think I could walk into a room at a hotel with a reputation like this without having a bio hazard suit. Image by brianwallace