But there's also a big chance you'll come across a profile and see someone you know, it could be a secretary from your work, a girl you remember from high school or your ex-girlfriend.Many of them have sexually explicit photos posted on their profile pages and they don't want these pics being spread.All rooms have round beds with a copious amount of mirrors, many on the ceilings.
A red chandelier and risque mermaid photos also dial up the sexiness.
There’s also the Ophelia Fancy Room, which has a lingerie theme.
The hotel itself was inspired by the Japanese model of love hotels, and the owners have invested a tidy sum of money in developing the concept — for example, they hired the services of well-known fashion designer Chantal Thomass to design certain rooms.
Those interested in an erotic hotel experience should book the Supérieure or Large Double Room; each is filled with either erotic photographs or phallic furniture.
The focus is on the hotel’s individually themed rooms (from burlesque to sci-fi), which are very imaginatively finished and truly unique.
Some rooms verge on X-rated, particularly the Kraken’s Lair Suite, which has a mirror above the bed and a stripper pole.
One of the more provocative room categories is the Passion Suite; steamy photos, a Kama Sutra-inspired mural above the two-person whirlpool, and a tantra essentials gift box are present.
The upscale, 1,613-room SLS Las Vegas is in the building that once housed the iconic Sahara Resort & Casino.
But all these options are sure to make your vacation an amorous one!