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Meatpacking District hotels just want to tend to your every need—fashionable ones included. Just after the Dream Downtown announced its "sneaker concierge" service comes the Bikini Concierge, via a Sans Sucre Swimwear pop-up shop at the Gansevoort Meatpacking, WWD reports.
Guests who have come ill-prepared for the rooftop pool can summon a stylist to their room to consult on mixing and matching tops ($90—$120) and bottoms ($80—$95)—with complimenting Marina Dobreva necklaces available for purchase and free Champagne, of course. The brand will also post up in a compact eight-by-ten-foot shop somewhere within the hotel.
It's not quite as personalized as sneaker collector Vaughn Davis hunting down rare footwear averaging $550 a pair, but it's pretty luxurious nonetheless—enough to make a staycation at the Kardashian-favored hotel a serious consideration. The next logical step? Bringing in a dental hygienist when you forget a toothbrush.