- A two-bedroom condo in San Francisco’s St. Regis Hotel is for sale for $US9.8 million.
- Included in the listing is a “cuddle puddle room” with cushions and pillows.
- Cuddle puddles, and parties, are typically non-sexual activities whereby participants cuddle freely and enjoy human touch.
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There is currently a dizzying array of multi-million-dollar condos in San Francisco.
One of them is on the 25th floor of the St. Regis Hotel downtown.The condo is on the market for $US9.8 million and comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as million-dollar views of the city.
And for you cuddling enthusiasts, there is a “cuddle puddle room,” complete with pillows and cushions.
Here’s what it’s like inside.
The St. Regis Hotel sits in San Francisco’s SOMA District.
The condo is technically comprised of two units.
They were merged together to make the listing more attractive as a two-bedroom apartment.
It was first listed on February 24, according to the listing.
The condo comes fully furnished across its 3,462 square feet.
There are also million-dollar views of the city from this vantage point.
The theme is “enchanted forest” — glass panels in the foyer have tree designs.
There are two bedrooms …
… two bathrooms …
… a windowless kitchen …
… an office with lots of windows …
… and, of course, a cuddle puddle room.
As Curbed SF notes, the room perhaps was created out of what was once an alcove.
Source: Curbed SF
Cuddle puddles — and cuddle parties — became popular in the last couple of decades.
They feature strangers, or people you know, laying amongst each other and cuddling, usually upon a sea of pillows and blankets.
Cuddle parties and puddles are found outside of San Francisco, but they are a bit more of a trend in the city specifically, as the work demand of tech leads to what some have called scheduled intimacy.
The master suite features a neutral colour palette and lots of natural light.
The accompanying walk-in closet is expansive.
The monthly HOA fees are a casual $US5,430.
And you’ll have to pay for parking — $US300 a month for the first car and $US400 a month for the second
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