PHOENIX - How are you ringing in the New Year?
Check out these suggestions from Oyster.com to say goodbye to 2010 and hello to the New Year in style and class.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles
Put on your best outfit and hit the town in Hollywood!
This historic hotel has provided a topnotch celebrity nightlife experience for more than 80 years.
A $100 ticket on New Year’s Eve would get you into parties at the Tropicana Bar, Grand Ballroom, and the dimly-lit lobby.
If you book a room at the hotel, two tickets will be included.
Check out this website for more details.
Hotel Shangri La in Santa Monica
Just up the coast is the slick and inviting Hotel Shangri La.
Check out the $30 million renovations that brought forward a spectacular pool deck, hot new rooftop bar, and chic guest rooms.
You can be the center of the party at the Suite 700 bar, restaurant, and pool area with the VIPs in your life.
For more information, click here .
Gansevoort hotel in Miami Beach
Miami may be calling your name.
You and your closest friends and family can feel like rock stars when you roll up to the Louis nightclub at the sophisticated Gansevoort hotel.
For $125, drinks will be flowing from an open bar from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. with non-stop dance mixes and party favors for everyone.
Visit this website for more information.
Smyth Hotel in New York City
Hello, New York City! It sounds incredibly last-minute, but it can be oh-so worth it.
This Thompson boutique offers comfortable rooms with vintage décor and pop-inspired art.
Grab a ticket for $150 and welcome 2011 with hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and DJ after a delicious dinner at French restaurant Plein Sud.
To make arrangements, check out this website .
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