Cooking Is Serious Business

26 06 2010

Stepping it up a bit. Getting into cooking a little seriously.

  • Plan 1: Create a separate food blog.
  • Plan 2: Enroll in a culinary school.
  • Plan 3. Put up a cafe or a bistro.

Plan 1 will happen now.

Plan 2 will happen before the year is out.

Plan 3 will happen when I have enough capital. In the meantime, hello OVERTIME! πŸ™‚


Cheesecake Brownie Fudge

21 06 2010

Whenever my weekends are free (meaning, away from work), I always cook and/or bake for hubby. This weekend, I cooked Gambas and Baked Mac on separate occasions. I thought I’d end the weekend with something sweet.

I was researching for a nice brownie recipe and I found one in two different websites: SmittenKitchen and Anni’es Eats. I reckoned it must be a wonderful brownie recipe to have been featured twice πŸ™‚

Here are the ingredients:

Brownie Batter

  • 1 stick (1/2 cup or 4 ounces) unsalted butter, cut into pieces
  • 3 ounces unsweetened chocolate, chopped
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2/3 cup all-purpose flour

Cheesecake batter

  • 8 ounces cream cheese, well softened
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 large egg yolk
  • 1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


  • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips

Pre-heat the oven to 350F. Grease an 8-inch baking pan.

In a double-boiler, melt the butter and chocolate and mix them together, whisking occasionally. Remove from the heat and whisk in in sugar, eggs, vanilla, and
a pinch of salt until well combined. Add the flour and whisk until combined. Pour over the baking pan.

Whisk the cheesecake batter ingredients until smooth. Dollop over the brownie batter then swirl with a knife. Sprinkle with the chocolate chips.

I’d like to show you how beautiful it is πŸ™‚

That picture is the one in progress.

Bake it in the oven for 30-35 minutes.

Cool at room temperature on a wire rack. Slice into 16 squares.

Now, let me show you how beautiful the layers are:

It’s rich and yummy and is perfect for tea or freshly brewed coffee πŸ™‚

Try it at home and impress your loved ones!

Saucy Gambas Al Ajillo

21 06 2010

Who would have thought that the saying β€œIf Yan can cook, so can you” will be true? Guess what, when 2010 unfolded I could not cook… I could not bake. Fast forward to 6 months to now and I have cooked quite a lot and baked some stuff. This is such a great improvement and I owe it to STRESS. Coz I cook and bake when I’m stressed.

Last Saturday night, I cooked one of hubby’s most requested dish and it was hand-down easy peasy!



  • 1/2 kilo of shrimps, shells, heads and tails removed
  • 2 tbsp. olive oil
  • 3 tbsp. chopped garlic
  • 1 pc. sili labuyo (for a Filipino touch) or chili flakes, adjust accordingly
  • 1 tbsp. ketchup
  • 2 tbsp. sweet paprika

Place your shrimps in a bowl of cold water with salt for about 20 minutes.

In a skillet, heat oil. Saute the garlic until they’re golden brown but not burnt. Add in the chili. Drain the shrimps then drop them into the skillet. Add ketchup and paprika. Add salt and pepper to taste.

That easy?

Told you, that effin’ easy!

Now, who wants a San Miguel with this?

Baked Macaroni with Bechamel Sauce

21 06 2010

I have always wanted to try Baked Macaroni at home but since I didn’t know how to bake before, the next best thing I always came up with was just plain Baked Macaroni πŸ˜€ Earlier during the week, I researched for a Baked Macaroni recipe and found one in I tweaked the recipe a bit and came up with a cheesy yummy baked macaroni which hubby and I enjoyed a lot.



  • 400 grams macaroni, cooked according to package instructions
  • 3 tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 medium bell pepper, minced
  • 1/2k ground beef (you can also use pork or shredded chicken if you like)
  • 1/4k ham, cut into small squares (you can replace it with 1/2 cup of drained and sliced button mushrooms)
  • 1 can liver spread
  • 2 cups tomato sauce
  • 1 tbsp tomato ketchup
  • 2 pcs. bay leaf
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 4 tbsp all purpose flour
  • 1 can evaporated milk
  • 1 can cream of mushroom soup
  • 1Β 1/2 cups chicken broth (if you don’t have one, boil 1Β 1/2 cups of water and drop in 1 piece of chicken cube/buillion)
  • quick-melt cheddar cheese, grated
  • Italian Spices

Pre-heat the oven to 350F.

I next lined a 9x13in. baking tray with aluminum foil. I know I should have used a glass or ceramic dish but I don’t have it in the condo 😦

Next step was to cook the macaroni as per package instructions.

In another pot, saute the onions, garlic, and bell pepper until tender.

Add the ground beef and ham. Mix them together until the beef and ham are cooked.

Add the liver spread, tomato sauce, ketchup and bay leaf. Stir. If it’s too heavy/thick for you, you can add water. I trusted the recipe by heart and the measurements are fine. I didn’t add water at all.

Bring the sauce into a boil, then simmer for a couple of minutes.

Add in the cooked macaroni. Mix well and cook for another 3-5 minutes. Transfer into the baking dish. Make sure it’s evenly spread out.

In another pot, mix the melted butter and flour together until there are no more lumps. Heat it up then add in the milk. Stir well. Next add the chicken broth. Let it simmer. Add in the cream of mushroom. Bring to a boil. Remove from heat.

Pour the bechamel sauce directly on top of the macaroni.

Scatter the grated cheese on top. Sprinkle with Italian herbs.

Bake for 20-30minutes depending on how brown you want the cheese and beschamel sauce to be.

Enjoy! πŸ™‚

Snippet #5: Washington Monument

19 06 2010

I vividly remember that scene from the movie Wedding Crashers that shows the Washington Monument as viewed while while sitting on the steps over at Lincoln Memorial.

I did the same thing… sat on the steps, took a shot from my low tech IXUS 95IS.

I hope I did justice to this one helluvah magnificent view.


Where We Ate In NYC

18 06 2010

This is the second installment for my backlog entries and this is a nice supplement to the one I earlier posted about Ace Hotel New York.

If you remember, I posted here some time before that I wanted to go into a Food Tour of NYC. You see, the problem is that four days in NYC is not enough to see and try everything. Another setback for us was that NYC was like the 5th place in mainland USA that we went to and as you know, Filipinos love to eat with family. We realized that’s what we’ve been doing for most of the time and we can’t splurge on gastronomic journeys lest we go home with hypertension.

So what happened was we didn’t push through with Buddakan (*sorry Burns, I promise I’ll go there next time*) and Le Cirque (*for delicadeza’s sake, hubby and I decided not to go especially that he worked for the country’s President*) and we also didn’t bother searching for the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory and Cafe Lalo (*thanks Pao for recommending this but maybe next time when we have more time to splurge on that You’ve Got Mail resto*). We never even got any chance to try the Halal guys in 53rd and 6th.

I know most people would say that hey, you should have tried this and that. We know. Too bad, we didn’t have enough time, really. But for sure, our next trip to NYC will involve more culinary experiences for us. This is not to say we didn’t enjoy what we ate in NYC. It’s more on the safer side of things but heck, we enjoyed every crumb of it. Each experience is unique and for us, we had a great time with family and we happily went to where they led us πŸ™‚


Yah, sounds like a FaceBook game but nope, Pizza Town is the very first restaurant in NYC that we ate at.

Our route to NYC was from Washington DC via MegaBus. When we got off at our NYC destination around lunchtime, we heard our tummies rumbling as we walked towards Ace Hotel. There are lots of things to see and as excited as I was with the buzzing New York City, I accidentally laid eyes on this pizza joint. I actually heard it call my name.

Without knowing where to go and having no plans where to eat, sure thing, we gave it a go. It’s at W 30th St./7th Ave. Yes, very near Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, and our hotel of course.

To be honest, the pizza tasted good although I felt that it was a bit pricey. I remember paying around $4 for a slice. The bad thing though was I cried while eating because I experienced a terrible nightmare while in San Francisco and I badly brought that with me to DC and then to NYC. Hubby was just really quick at fixing things and made me back to my usual excited self again. I ordered Penne pasta too and that’s something that I liked.

Overall, it’s not a pizza joint I’d crave about. It’s basically just like Sbarro. If I were to choose between Pizza Town II of NYC and Brooklyn Pizza over at Ortigas Home Depot, I’d say Brooklyn’s better πŸ™‚ At any rate, there’s always an on-going pizza war in NYC anyways. You wouldn’t miss anything if you don’t eat here.


photo not mine

We met up our hosts for dinner at Angelo & Maxie’s Steakhouse in FlatIron district. It’s a casual/semi-formal restaurant that is not so much on the high-end but still pricey for us because we have this tendency to always convert US$ into Philippine Pesos πŸ˜› But of course, steaks are always priceyΒ  wherever you eat them (*wonders when will I eat at Fire Lake Grill again*).

We ordered some appetizers, I think we had Clams Oreganato (US$19.95). They’re good but I didn’t eat too much. I was saving space for the steak *har har* πŸ™‚

And then we were told that the portions are really huge so I was kinda thinking if I could finish up one whole steak. Besides, two nights before that, we had Brazilian steak in Baltimore so I’m not sure how many more steaks I can handle. I ended up gulping down half of their Rib Eye Steak and sharing the other half. Of course, steaks are best eaten with wine. We had red wine but since I am not a sommelier, any red wine tasted good for me πŸ˜›

It’s a little jam-packed that night but we had good seats, nice dinner, and wonderful company. I would probably go back there again.


If there’s an on-going pizza war in NYC, let me tell you that there’s also a bagel war πŸ˜› Some say that H&H have the best bagels in town. But heck, food is food and bagels are bagels, I’ll eat them wherever they’re from as long as they’re clean πŸ™‚

Bagel Maven Cafe is a place that New Yorkers would most probably just pass by. It looks like they go there for a fast order or something. I also heard it’s a little expensive being in the Midwest. Hubby and I expected, and we were right, that an order wouldn’t be less than $5.

For breakfast, I had scrambled eggs, french toast, and 3 slices of bacon and a juice for $5. Hubby had sausages instead of bacon for the same price. We know we could have gone to another place but we didn’t have the time to hunt for a budget-friendly resto especially that at that time, we were already running late for our meet up at the Subway near Penn Station.

And nope, I’m not going back there not because the food wasn’t good but because I will try something else next time.


This is where we had late lunch/merienda when we went to Chinatown. I may be exaggerating and I’m good at it but really, they have the best wonton noodle soup I have ever tasted. And their char sui, oh my goodness! Little tender pieces of barbecued meat in light fluffy and soft mantao bread. Argh, perfect combination!

Surprisingly, this is like the least presentable of all the restaurants we went to but they served memorable dishes and definitely, I’ll go back there again.

You SHOULD go. You won’t regret the trip πŸ™‚


We spent one of our dinners at Famous Dave’s in Times Square. This is the only place where I actually took photos of the food!

I ordered their Memphis-style baby back ribs paired with rice pilaf (US$27.99). Of course, I miss rice! I’m a proud rice-eater! πŸ˜›

And if steaks are best with wine, ribs are best with beer… Stella Artois from Belgium.

I haven’t had ribs since we came back and I have no plans of having one any time soon. Not to say that Famous Dave’s is bad. Just that if you had too much ribs, regardless of how much you were craving for it before, your palettes will really get tired of it and the smell alone will make you wanna puke. We had ribs in all of the places we went to and it’s not something that I’d like to eat again before the year is out.


Okay. I have proven all the hype about it to be true. This is definitely the best cheesecake out there! I remember our Cheesecake Wednesday at the office where I believe, with strong conviction, that the best cheesecake is the one submitted by my friend CherieL from Miss Desserts or the one I got from Chelsea. Unfortunately, they’re no match when compared with Junior’s Cheesecake.

I got a slice of their strawberry cheese pie, and while it was ouch on the pocket (US$6.75 a slice!) it was all worth it.Β  While hubby seldom afirms what I consider to be good, he gave me his wholehearted affirmation on this one.

Junior’s cheesecake bears our stamp of approval and now bears our seal as the best cheesecake we’ve ever had πŸ˜›


We were hunting White Castle down, not because of Harold & Kumar’s movie, but because we’ve seen it in a food network way way before. We saw that they put five holes on their burger patties and cook them over a pan filled with onions. I copied that at home and that was the very first epic failure I had in cooking 😦

Anyways, we went to try White Castle and while we weren’t very happy with it, we weren’t disappointed either.


When you see it in the movies, and it gets featured by Anthony Bourdain, and your friends talk to you about it, wouldn’t you be curious enough to try it?

We tried Gray’s Papaya and we got mixed emotions.

I wasn’t that ecstatic about it although it wasn’t that bad. Hubby though loved it. I guess they’re really good it’s just that I wasn’t hungry at that moment.

We ordered the recession special, of course πŸ™‚

Juicy hotdogs served by Filipinos πŸ™‚ yup, Filipinos run this place. And aside from the hotdogs, they serve really good juices. Hubby loved the papaya juice.

Before I move to the next place, let me tell you that Gray’s Papaya endorsed Pres. Obama during the last elections. Ergo…


So sorry, I had to cut the picture down to 20% of it’s actual size. This is the only picture I have of Serendipity 3 and hubby and I are in front of it πŸ˜›

If you’ve seen Serendipity, you probably will be one of those who line up at Serendipity 3 in the hope of finding your own John Cusack πŸ™‚

Unfortunately, I don’t get all the hype about it.

Btw, there’s also Serendipity 3 in Las Vegas. So if you want a fast seat, just fly to the Sin City πŸ™‚


We spent our last dinner in NYC at Haru Sushi. It is a modern Japanese restaurant that serves delish Japanese food in elegant styles and big portions. I don’t remember what we exactly ordered but I enjoyed their Endamame (lightly salted steamed soybeans) πŸ™‚

If you’re looking for a nice sushi place, then Haru Sushi is meant for you. But if you’re not into Japanese food like myself, one try in this resto is enough πŸ™‚

Sorry about my lousy blog post. It’s just hard to describe food from memory alone. I wish I could have taken more food pictures to show you. Then again, there’s always a next time πŸ™‚

Ace Hotel New York

18 06 2010

Alryt, this is my first post to catch up with my long list of backlog entries πŸ™‚

When we were still planning for the NY trip, I was looking for a hotel in the Manhattan area and is within walking distance of most of the good spots in the City. I know there are lots of good hotels even outside Manhattan but let’s just say hubby and I are really playing touristy. At first, I was inclined to book at Affinia Manhattan which, by the way, is just in front of Madison Square Garden. If Affinia is not available, my second choice was Vincci Avalon. On a side note, I saw Affinia in NY and I still think it’s a lovely hotel. It’s just beside Macy’s!!! πŸ™‚ Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to see Vincci Avalon. It looks good in the pictures though πŸ™‚

I showed the pictures to hubby and while these hotels look good in pictures and have good reviews, it kinda felt like we are still looking for something else. It’s more like a feeling of wanting to feel NYC in every detail of it, even in the place we sleep in. And so we created a mental list of things that describe NYC and the common denominator we got was “Hip.”

Thank God for Google in that “hip” + “hotel” + “NYC” = ACE HOTEL NEW YORK.

photo not mine

Ace Hotel is a boutique hotel chain founded in Seattle, Washington whose headquarters is currently in Portland, Oregon. There are four boutique hotels being operated by Ace Hotel (the two others are in New York and Palm Springs). The chain was founded in 1999 by Alex Calderwood who, apparently, was also the founder of a retro hip barbershop in Seattle known as Rudy’s (you’ll see Rudy’s in the pics later).

Now, Ace Hotel New York is formerly known as Hotel Breslin which is housed in a 1904 building in Middle Manhattan. From the outside, the building looks old. But then again, it’s what is inside that makes everything perfect.

Here are some of the reviews online about Ace Hotel New York that made us click on that “RESERVE NOW” button πŸ™‚

  • The bed was INCREDIBLY comfortable, and the bathroom was a good size, with really nice toiletries. We also ordered room service one night — it comes from the kitchen of The Breslin, downstairs — and it was bar none the best room service I’ve ever had. If hanging out with your laptop in the lobby, drinking (delicious, Stumptown) coffee and talking about Coachella sounds like your scene, you will probably love the Ace.
  • When you are too exhausted to hit the town, you actually don’t have to leave the hotel lobby or restaurant – there are tons of people around all the time, the bar is cool, the food is great, and the atmosphere is very hip and happening.
  • I very much enjoyed my stay at the Ace as I felt like a traveller, not a tourist, and wanted something different, more authentically New York for this is my third visit to NYC. The staff was very welcoming and friendly and the accommodation was easy to like.
  • The room was a good size with a huge bed! The room consisted of a Smeg fridge which was very well stocked up, TV, Radio with ipod connector, kettle, mugs (but no tea bags or coffee so you may want to bring your own), hairdryer, bathrobes, aircon. The bathroom had lovely large bottles of shampoo, conditioner and shower gel. Maids came everyday to change towels etc. There was imacs and ice machines on alternative floors. The lobby was buzzing with a good atmosphere, great coffee shop too!

We believed the reviews and proved them to be true πŸ™‚ If I were to describe Ace Hotel New York, I’d say it’s HIP, FUNKY, VIBRANT, CREATIVE, FUN.

When we entered the hotel, we were welcomed by what seemingly looks like a library in Harvard or somewhere. People are seated on the sofas, some in the library desks, but each one armed with a laptop and a cup of coffee. It’s not so crowded in the day time but at night, even on a weeknight, there’s a long line outside of people wanting to get inside.

hotel lobby

Upon the door to the right is the front desk. It’s hard to know who the members of the staff are because they don’t have uniforms and everyone inside just dresses up so nicely. It’s so hard to spot who to talk to except for the people we found at the front desk who we presumed are working for Ace Hotel πŸ˜› I heard Converse styles their clothes.

front desk

While waiting for our keys, my eyes wandered around the lobby. As I said, Ace Hotel is for people who are on the go and full of energy. The flowers toned it down a bit. It gave me a feeling that while there’s a lot of happening going on, the place can still be enjoyed by the romantics.

flowers made the lobby a little romantic

There are a lot of interesting pieces mounted on the wall. This one shows some of the stuff you can see inside your room but can’t bring home.Β  Fortunately, you can buy them as souvenir from your stay in Ace Hotel πŸ™‚

see those bottles? they're Rudy's shampoo and conditioner. love 'em!

Their staff is the best. Very cheerful and accommodating. Then again, it’s hard to know who they are because they’re dressed up like guests. Front desk told us to wait for someone to take our bags and this guy came, fashionably dressed, doesn’t look like he’s from the Concierge or something, and he picked our bags. I was like, “okay, he’s not a guest!” And we were on our way to the room.

room key case

our keys

When we reached the fifth floor, the elevator opened up and showed us the huge directions on the wall πŸ™‚ It was like “whoa!” but fun. At least, you wouldn’t get lost finding your way around the hotel, right?

smart way to give directions in and around the hotel

Room 500 is the very first room you’ll see after hopping off the elevator. Now let’s see what’s inside.

Without turning our heads, this is the very first thing I saw as it was just straight in front of the door. I thought, “aww, what kind of view do we have here?” But as I walked towards the window and looked out from it, it suddenly gave me the feeling that I’m just living in well-designed apartment in New York. Made me happy πŸ™‚

ice, coffee, manual

I’m not sure if you read the hotel manuals and stuff but I do. However, most of them are boring and they are so formal you wouldn’t bother going past the “Welcome Guest” part. But Ace Hotel’s manual, trust me, is a fun read. The manual itself is so cool, I wanted to bring it home πŸ™‚

they call it The ACE Survival Guide

As I said, directly opposite the window is the door. Turning around, I had a good look of it. It looks very sturdy πŸ˜› It should be, it’s a metal door.Β  I was looking for the “do not disturb” sign and was like, it’s not here. Of course it is. It’s a magnet. See that? That “not now” thingie, dumbwit?

metal door

I noticed the door to the left and went inside. Ah, it’s the bathroom. It’s clean and neat but it’s for tall people 😦 Like my feet don’t touch the floor when I sit on the bowl 😦 Nah, I didn’t take pics of the bowl. Instead, I’ll show you these.

Everything inside the bathroom is plain white. It’s actually bare with only the essentials hanging on the wall. I kinda like that idea. I realized my bathroom is cluttered.

hair dryer

Rudy's products. No.1 is the shampoo. No. 2 is the conditioner. No. 3 is the body wash. Too bad, I can't take them home 😦

The sink, by the way, is not inside the bathroom. Not sure if that works well with you. But as for me, someone who craves for that New York feel, I love the idea of having the sink inside the bedroom.

the sink. gotta love that whole body mirror too!

complimentary soap πŸ™‚

Moving around, we saw that they have robes for use. But you can also buy them in case you get comfy in them. They’re just a bit pricey IMHO. They’re like $150 each. *shrugs*

just how creative can they get with the price tags

Beside the robes are the hangers. Didn’t really give much attention to it and looked at the other things inside. Then it hit me that it looked like there’s something written on the hangers, so I went back to take a second look. The hanger says “You Look Good In That.” That’s so sweet. And I noticed the wall. They tore up pieces from Harrap’s Shorter French and English Dictionary and used them as wall paper πŸ™‚ Cheap but chic!

that is so sweet of you, hanger!

Next thing we checked out was the freebies. Sorry to say but apart from these, I don’t think there’s anything else that you can take home with you, for free.

Sure enough, we got notepads, and pencils, and yah, even the maid’s tip envelopes where I put the nickels in. But what sets Ace Hotel apart is the fact that it gives out music sheets. Gah! Music sheets! From that moment on, believe me, hubby blurted, “this hotel rocks.” Suddenly, I’m transformed into this imaginary rock star who hides away from the probing eyes of the public and stays inside a very confidential room in Ace Hotel to write songs. Gosh, Ace Hotel is so artistic and brings out the artist in you. Yup, we brought the music sheets home with Bed of Roses playing in our ears πŸ˜‰

scribble away

I’m not so sure if these are free too but we didn’t get charged for them so I guess they are. But they’re among the things in a price list of goodies and we wouldn’t have touched them had we bought water from CVS. These are so expensive, like they’re $3-3.50 a bottle and we consumed two. Yikes.

love the bottles

This one is also cool. I think you can use it for multiple purposes but at the state we saw it, it contains the blanket if you’re feeling very cold. We regulated the temperature though so it stays warm inside. What we did was we took out the blanket and put all our dirty clothes in there so they don’t mix with the clean ones inside our bags. When the clothes are all dirty, that’s the time we packed them up πŸ˜›

love the print

Entertainment in Ace Hotel is never a worry. It’s in the middle of good spots. Another thing, you don’t have to go out to have entertainment. Go down to the lobby, that is one heck of a buzzing place. Inside the room, we got this.

lol we didn't watch Adult TV πŸ˜›

Now if those above haven’t met your expectations yet, try this. For us, this is the most creative presentation ever. Ladies and gentlemen, look at our fridge. This is the epitome of hipness πŸ™‚ teehee

when everything else is Made In China, these goodies are the exceptions. I didn't find anything Made In China here. Yah, even the noodles.

hold on a sec, there's something inside the Rations box

genius idea to cover a mini-ref!

I know, I know. The only thing missing is the picture of the bed. Let me tell you that if there’s one consistent review about Ace Hotel, it has got to be their comfortable beds. And pillows! Who would have thought I’d get the best sleep of all time in the buzzing and noisy city of New York?! The key is comfy bed + pillows. Unfortunately though, I can’t post it because I just realized that I don’t have a pic of the bed without me or hubby or us both on it. And I vowed not to post any of our pics again in my blog. *it’s an anonymity thing*

I’m sure the things I showed you are more than enough to cover up for the missing bed picture.

Hey, I’m not from Ace Hotel *helleour*! I’m not promoting it. I’m not even a qualified writer of hotel reviews. These things are just my own way of expressing how satisfied hubby and I were with the kind of experience we had in NYC. True, a hotel shouldn’t be a priority when you’re on a budget as most probably, you won’t be staying inside the hotel all the time anyways. Then again, it’s a different story when you spend a little more than ordinary to experience something beyond extraordinary. It makes all the travel worth it.

Ace Hotel New York is located in 20W. 29th Street, more like 29th Street cor. Broadway. It’s a tumbling away from Madison Square Garden, Macy’s and Penn Station. We also walked to Times Square and Empire East from the Hotel. Maybe a little far for some, but really, it’s a short sweet walk for us.

Here’s an idea of how much their rates are (approximately):

  • Bunk Beds – US$269/night
  • Cheap Full and Cheap Queen – US$299/night
  • Small Full, Small Queen and Small King – US$359/night
  • Medium Full, Medium Queen and Medium King – US$399/night
  • Medium Double Double – US$459/night
  • Large King – US$509/night
  • Large Double Double – US559/night
  • Loft – US$979/night

You can follow Ace Hotel’s BLOG for updates and see just how hip it is even online.

Til next backlog update! πŸ™‚ Have a good one.