If Paris Hilton finds herself longing for the 12-foot-by-8-foot cell in Century Regional Detention Facility that was her home for three days and nights, the hotel heiress probably won't have a hard time finding a cozy-yet-comfortable space to pass the 40 days remaining on her home confinement.
Somewhere in Prison Hilton — the 2,707-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath luxury hideout nestled on a tree-lined street in West Hollywood to which she's been "transferred" — the celebutante might find a hot tub or two of comparable size.
That's not to say she won't have tough times in the $2 million Mediterranean-style manse.
First, she'll have to deal with the ankle bracelet issue, which aside from a possible chafing risk, will limit her mobility around the compact grounds.
In fact, she probably had greater opportunities to roam freely about the sprawling jail yard then she'll have in the relatively small grassy patch notched to the side of the cream-colored pocket-mansion.
And, unlike jail, Paris can pick her roommates for weekend sleepovers, or can choose a more luxurious solitary confinement, if she so chooses.