Some hotels fill common areas with high-priced art in an attempt to impress well-heeled clientele. But few hoteliers have the vision to pick pieces that stop you dead in your tracks. That's one of the things that makes Zsa Zsa as glamorous as the Gabor I like to imagine this hotel is named for (but can't prove). The art is museum-quality, often dark in its themes. That artsiness doesn’t stop at the doors to the guest rooms. They, too, are blessed with terrifically original works (mostly photos) and such surreal touches as massive lampshades hanging over the seating and oddball knickknacks placed here and there (they're different in each room). The smallest rooms (the "superior kings") are a roomy 400 square feet. All come with quality pillow-top mattresses.   Along with the standard rooms are 30 themed suites, so you might get a room with a Chinese Emperor decor or the "Shagadelic" suite which channels the swinging '60s by way of shag rugs, Lava Lites, and furry pillows. Honeymooners tend to pick the erotic suite with its double spa tub. In 2013, the hotel added some swank bungalows, each with their own cooking facilities and parking space.