SLS’ 299 rooms are almost exclusively white. But that doesn’t mean they’re boring. Decorative drama recurs here in the form of oversized lamps, whimsical trompe l’oeil wallpaper, and swaths of floor-length drapery over the windows and closet, all of which combines to lend a distinctly theatrical effect. A painted stool is the only shot of color in the mostly monotone rooms, and we felt a bit like actors on a stage set, our belongings and the view outside providing the only other hues. Although there 18 room categories to choose from, all are spacious, have separate seating areas and feature thoughtful niceties such as bedside USB ports, single-serve coffee makers and a tablet from which you can order room service. The mini bar was by far the most comprehensive we’ve encountered, including everything from miniature bottles of alcohol to sunscreen, rum cake, lip balm, a USB cord and an “intimacy kit” for those … ahem … intimate moments.