The Haagen-Dazs ‘Sweet Suite’ at Hotel Triton in San Francisco

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By • Jul 19th, 2010 • Category: California Hot Spots

Here is a neat way to cool down in California. Kids and kids-at-heart will go crazy for this ice cream suite!
July is National Ice Cream Month, but a stay in the Haagen-DazsĀ® Sweet Suite in San Francisco’s Hotel Triton can make any season ice cream time. The luxurious “Sweet Suite” is a custom-designed room that offers hotel guests a unique and whimsical escape, indulging the senses in flavor and style as only Haagen-Dazs can.

Themed hotel suites are not new to the Triton, a boutique Kimpton hotel in San Francisco’s bustling Union Square. The hotel was one of the first to invite celebrities to design their own suites. However, the Haagen-Dazs “Sweet Suite,” launched in 2007, stands apart as the first room to be stylized by a brand.

“The Haagen-Dazs ‘Sweet Suite’ is the most unique and one of the most popular,” says Melinda Macfarlane, General Manager of the Hotel Triton. “The room’s main attraction is a custom designed ice cream cabinet filled with both classic Haagen-Dazs flavors and new releases such as the new Haagen-Dazs Five flavors, available anytime.”

Imbued with classic and simple sophistication and bathed in vanilla and caramel colors, the true artistry of the “Sweet Suite” is in the details, from “flavored” candles in chocolate, vanilla and dulce de leche, to the bed’s handcrafted headboard shaped like the Haagen-Dazs cartouche, to a waffle-textured bed throw and a specially-made plush Haagen-Dazs bath robe.

The room was designed by Stephanie Filbrandt, owner of Marsh & Clark Design, and her innovative design team. “Our challenge in bringing the Haagen-Dazs ‘Sweet Suite’ to life was to incorporate the simple and classic style of the iconic Haagen-Dazs brand, as well as use colors and textures throughout the design to evoke the comfort and coziness associated with enjoying ice cream,” says Filbrandt.

Appropriately called the “Sweet Spot,” the ice cream cabinet is stocked with bowls, scoops and spoons and, best of all, guests can enjoy as many complimentary cartons as they desire.

A portion of each “Sweet Suite” guest’s tab is donated to the Haagen-Dazs brand’s charity of choice, Delancey Street Foundation. Guests can also purchase the custom Haagen-Dazs bathrobes and ice cream scented candles, with all proceeds benefiting the charity.

About Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream

Crafted in 1960 by Reuben Mattus in his family’s dairy, Haagen-Dazs is the original superpremium ice cream. True to tradition, the Haagen-Dazs brand is committed to using only the purest ingredients in crafting the world’s finest ice cream. Truly made like no other, today Haagen-Dazs ice cream offers a full range of products from ice cream to sorbet, frozen yogurt and frozen snacks in more than 65 flavors. Haagen-Dazs products are available around the globe for ice cream lovers to enjoy. For more information, please visit www.haagen-dazs.com.

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