Guest House & Home, New York City

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  • I just love those kisses!
    I just love those kisses!
    by Gypsystravels
  • Just being my SEXY SELF!
    Just being my SEXY SELF!
    by Gypsystravels
  • This DIESEL model just suddenly appeared on my lap
    This DIESEL model just suddenly appeared...
    by Geisha_Girl
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    Home: Find yourself at Home

    by Gypsystravels Updated Dec 26, 2007

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    OMG, this place was hot, hot, hot!! There is a huge line to get in, but if you don't mind shelling out a few hundred (more like $600) for a table, you're in!! Come with a group so you can all chip in for the bottles that come along with the table service!!

    The music and atmosphere are pumping and the crowd very sexy!!

    Beware, it's expensive!!

    Just being my SEXY SELF! I just love those kisses!

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    Guest House: Cool music with pretentious crowd

    by HotRodEtte Written Sep 6, 2007

    This was a really cool place; the DJ banged out some great house tunes and drinks were expensive yet tasty. Crowd was very snobby and pretentious, and everyone seemed to know each other. My guess is this is more a spot for the locals rather than the tourists.

    Dress Code: Jacket for guys, casual but trendy for women (i.e. jeans ok but must be dressed up). No baggy jeans, caps, tennies, athletic wear.

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    Home/Guesthouse: Make Yourself at HOME!

    by Geisha_Girl Updated Sep 6, 2006

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    Okay, so it's 2am in Manhattan and after many many rounds of dirty martinis, champagne cocktails, and non-stop ass shakin' on the dancefloor throughout the night, your crew is seeing SWIRLS and your feet are begging for mercy in your 4 1/2 inch heels......Where do you go?
    HOME of course!

    Not the "home" where you put on the velvet robe and bunny slippers.....it's Home sweet Home tucked away in Chelsea's "Velvet Rope Row."

    After the knockout birthday bash at EARTH NYC, we moved the party to Home. It's located along Chelsea's West 27th St., known to locals as Velvet Rope Row because of its line of trendy clubs situated next to each other along this very busy party block.

    Home is currently THE premiere nightclub where the space is decorated in a bordello-esque style, and really tries to make you feel as though you're dancing atop your own couches and tables at home (with hundreds of your closest friends!) It's sexy and decadent to be at Home.

    The club offers 30 private VIP tables (where it's a minimum of 2 bottles per table @ $250 a POP, to consider yourself seated there)......and a full bar. Home is over-the-top, yes, but ohhhhhh so much fun once you're inside!

    I didn't care much for the club "politics" it takes to just get past the snooty doormen and women so you can pay an obscene price for your alcohol fix....but when you're with a FUN group and some fast-talking New York City boys who can charm their way into getting us the BEST table in the house, then it makes it all worth it.

    The music of choice in the club was old school, new school, and anything in between that I can shake my 'humps' to! By the time 4am came around and everyone was singing along to Guns n' Roses, I already started to feel quite at Home.

    Dress Code: Be forewarned that you'll be given the head-to-toe inspection by the overly-flamboyant doormen.......So dress as if you might get caught in the background of the papparazzi pics of Lindsay Lohan or Nick Lachey.

    The club is infested with supermodels and model hopefuls. If your friends are nice enough, they may toss a few hot models in your lap just for kicks!

    Don't waste a drop of this over-priced vodka! Blondie at Home This DIESEL model just suddenly appeared on my lap Make friends with the bouncers! Sexier than Supermodels!

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