It seems that Jennifer Lopez will be recovering in comfort after giving birth to twins as she is said to receive all the comforts of home at the Long Island's North Shore University Hospital.
The 38-year-old singer surely won't be lacking for special treatment, for she will be staying at the Pavilion at Nine Monti, a special unit of private suites on the medical centre's ninth floor, to recover, reports the New York Post.
Rooms in the Pavilion have a boutique-hotel-like environment, including a family seating area, rich wood cabinets to cover medical equipment, a refrigerator with bottled water and select juices kept in it, a flat-screen television and wireless Internet access.
Even the corridors of the floor are carpeted to provide a sense of home and tranquillity.
Lopez has been provided fine bedding, robes and fluffy towels that will keep her cozy during her stay in the hospital.
Food from the chef-inspired menu will be served to the singer on special china and a private duty nurse is available for an additional fee.
The singer's guests will also be given special treatment, including a facility that offers valet parking.
Also, in the hospital 'spa,' patients and their guests can pamper themselves with massages, aromatherapy and reflexology for approximately 75 dollars an hour.
Lopez and her hubby Mark Anthony became proud parents of twins, a boy and a girl, on Feb 22, confirmed the star couple's rep.