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The new Hue.

And what says touchy-feely like a queen-sized bed? Two face a long line of couches in the “hotel suite.” Lest his guests get too frisky, Amatullah has installed a tiny camera near the ceiling. “We want to make sure no one spills their drinks on the bed,” he laughs.

What fabulous outrageousness that camera’s lens could witness in the coming months is anyone’s guess. But Amatullah hopes Hue will attract food- and fun-loving denizens from every sector.

“Who even knows who’s a VIP anymore? Hue will bring in people from the entertainment world, but also from finance and the art world,” he says. “I build places for people who feel that they belong there.”
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