BOSTON – Guests at the Onyx Hotel can now sleep in Britney Spears' room (search) — if only in their dreams. The singer's mother, Lynne, designed a room at the Onyx, in downtown Boston, to look just like the pop singer's bedroom at her home in Kentwood, La.
The mini-bar is stocked with some of Brit's favorite treats — Cheetos, strawberry Pop Tarts, Starburst, Red Bull, Pepsi and orange juice. Her CDs and a DVD of her movie "Crossroads" (search) are also on hand.
The room is decorated in off-white, with shades of green, gold, pink and soft blue. There's glass-beaded wallpaper over the headboard of the bed and the gold-speckled walls in the bathroom are decorated with fairies. The shower features a gold-toned shower curtain with gold beading.
A night in the 325-square-foot room will run you $349 in the high season (spring, summer, fall). The rest of the year, it's $259. Most rooms at the Onyx range from $229 to $299.
The hotel donates 10 percent of the room charge to the Britney Spears Foundation (search), which helps sick children and funds a performing arts camp in Louisiana.