How to Fly – Getting there is half the battle!
Flying single, you never know who you’re going to meet on the plane, and when you step off, you want to be refreshed and ready for the day ahead. Here are some tricks when flying single:
I prefer the PS (Priority Service) flights on United. They have outlets for your gadgets and inflight Wi-Fi, making it perfect when flying from NYC (my city). It allows you to get some work done and maybe have some fun too. A few tips when single to ask for… Ask for an aisle seat. This way you have a choice of talking with either the guy in the window seat or on the aisle row! (This is especially useful on long flights.) Also, skip the red eye. No one you want to meet will be on that flight because they are sleeping!
Where to Stay – Location, location, location.
The Sunset Marquis is one of my favorite places to stay in LA. Every time I stay at a hotel my questions are: how are the beds, bathroom, pool, and guests? Well, the Sunset Marquis does not disappoint. The minute that I first hit the bed, I was in complete comfort and fell asleep for a little nap after taking an early morning flight.
A true hidden find in LA! I love the funky-chic pool and villas…the guests are always hip and cool. If you stay at the Sunset Marquis, you may not be single for long! (Guilty!)
Where to Eat – You are what you eat, so nibble on something fun!
Any of The Farm’s three locations are sure to be a hit: Beverly Hills, The Grove, or downtown.
The Farm is known for its great brownies and champagne (ok…I admit…I like the bubbles), plus a wide selection of comfort food. Plus, its downtown location is the perfect place to get your cocktail and chocolate fix before a Lakers game (Single or Taken).
Visit the Beverly Hills location for a quick shoe purchase before hitting the LA nightlife!
Use the top “finds” and you may not be single to for too long. Ideally, you may just come back with a great story, memory or even perhaps… the Ultimate Significant Other!