The Keating Hotel has announced the arrival of its new Pussycat Dolls Dollhouse, an underground lounge said to “bring an interactive nightclub atmosphere and pin-up style costumed performers to San Diego’s premier luxury boutique hotel”. The Keating Hotel’s PCD Dollhouse features “pulsating music and sultry eye candy who seduce the crowd while encouraging ladies to dance on stage and release their ‘inner Doll.’”
Located beneath The Keating hotel in San Diego’s downtown Gaslamp Quarter, the 5,000-square-foot hotspot features a dance floor, two bars, and VIP booths. The club’s décor was exclusively crafted by Amy Kim of AK DesignNETWORK, whose design credits include Katsuya Hollywood, winner of the “Travel & Leisure” Design Award 2007 for Best Restaurant; The Bazaar by Jose Andres; and the groundbreaking SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, in collaboration with Philippe Starck.
The Keating was first designed by Italian auto design house Pininfarina. It includes original 19th Century architecture complemented by 35 stanzas and suites. Accommodations feature open floor plans that showcase the building’s original exposed brick walls and vaulted ceilings, and suites include Pininfarina-designed Morphesis Jacuzzi tubs. The hotel is home to the Gordon Ramsay-inspired Victory Suite, the underground PCD Dollhouse Lounge, and the first Brick+Mortar restaurant in San Diego.
Pussycat Dolls Dollhouse is open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.