Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan | Hotel Eden, Rome | The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills | Hotel Bel Air, Los Angeles dorchestercollection. Facebook: The
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The Dorchester, London | 45 Park Lane, London | Coworth Park, Ascot | Le Meurice, Paris | Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan | Hotel Eden, Rome | The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills | Hotel Bel Air, Los Angeles dorchestercollection.com Facebook: The Beverly Hills Hotel Twitter: @BevHillsHotel Instagram: @bevhillshotel #DCmoments The Beverly Hills Hotel L OCATION : Situated atop 12 acres of prime residential real codes 90210 The Beverly Hills Hotel is within easy proximity of the business and entertainment centers of Los Angeles as well as Century City, Rodeo Drive and several studios. Los Angeles International Airport is just 20 minutes away, and the Pacific not much further. A DDRESS : The Beverly Hills Hotel 9641 Sunset Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Tel. (310) 276 – 2251 Fax (310) 887 – 2887 W EBSITE : www.dorchestercollection.com M ANAGEMENT : Ed ward Mady, Regional Director, West Coast USA and General Manager O WNERSHIP : The Beverly Hills Hotel is a member of Dorchester Collection, whose holdings include The Dorchester and 45 Park Lane in London, in Milan, Hotel Bel – Air in Los Angeles and Hotel Eden in Rome . O PENING D ATE : 1912
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D ESCRIPTION : For nearly a century, The Beverly Hills Hotel has been the to socialize by the pool or romance in cozy private bungalows, while st udio moguls and heavy – hitting financiers complete deals in the Polo Lounge. The hotel offers the ambiance of a relaxed resort with lush, fragrant gardens, palm – lined poolside atmosphere, beautiful guestrooms, and public areas reminiscent of timeless Hollyw ood glamour. Today, every celebrity. With an ideal location on Sunset Boulevard, steps away from Rodeo Drive, in one 90210 The Beverly Hills Hotel is wha tever a gu est wishes it to be. It can be a place to see and be seen, to catch glimpses of famous faces, or to revel in splendid luxury. In 1949, architect Paul Wing and oversaw the redecoration of The Polo Lounge, The Fountain Coffee Shop, and the lobby in the distinctive pink and green motifs of today. With superlative service, a location offering privacy in the heart of a city, and enduring and dramatic beauty that, thanks to a recent restoration architectural and interior design traditions, is more captivating than ever . D ECOR : A – style Hollywood glamour. The lobby area, which one ma kes a dramatic design statement. A Venetian glass chandelier throws soft light upon the gold – leaf ceiling and carpets below. Banana palms
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encircle the lobby and distinctive accents inspire the banana – leaf motifs entwined in pink ribbon in the carpet . Othe r public areas and details are also magnificent, notably the grand staircase with custom – designed rail of dark Verde metal with gold – leaf accents, which spirals downward toward the Crystal Ballroom. Specially commissioned artwork throughout the Hotel follows a garden theme of bringing the outdoors in. The lobby showcases four large – scale photographic studies of roses, calla lilies, tulips and anthuriums. G UEST ROOMS AND S UITES : The hotel has 2 08 guestrooms and suites, including 23 one – of – a – kind bungalows. The two presidential bungalows feature private pools and nearly 5,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor living space, creating the largest and most prestigious suites in Los Angeles. Designed exclusively to enhance the feeling of effortless and modern Californian style while feel, new rooms showcase furnishings with luxurious materials such as soft leather and rich mohair in shades of cream and taupe, accented d green colors. Walnut, ebonized oak, and parchment ambience while custom, antique bronze lighting fixtures cast an inviting light. Sophisticated new features and amenities include B&O TVs with integrated techno logy and illuminated mirrors with built – in televisions.
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Each guest room features an oversized walk – in closet and bathroom, with a third of the rooms featuring balconies, fireplaces, terraces or patios. The 23 bungalows unfold like individual homes, each with separate entrances, living room, dining room, wood – burning fireplace, and a distinct – of – a – kind furnishings and luxury materials including granite and marble. Many of the bungalow sui tes are outfitted with piano, Jacuzzi tub , silk bathrobes and treadmill. Many also have interesting histories: Liz Taylor honeymooned with six of her eight husbands in the bungalows, and Marilyn Monroe and Marlene Dietrich, amo ng others, bunked in bungalow s. Bungalow 5, the four – bedroom Presidential Bungalow, offers a private lap pool built in 1991 for frequent guest Walter Annenberg. The famed Bungalow 8 nightclub in New York was inspired by the bungalow suites with interiors replete with palm trees and po olside murals. DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT: The Polo Lounge epicenter of power dining in LA, the Polo Lounge has been the favorite spot for generations of stars and Hollywood deal – makers. From Charlie late night drinking bouts, t year history is as fabled a Hollywood itself. fare throughout the day and evening, complemented by live entertainment and a
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spa cious outdoor. Jazz music is also featured during Sunday Brunch. The Fountain Room Coffee Room A historical landmark in and of itself, the 19 seat Fountain Coffee Room – a vintage soda fountain – first opened in the 1940s. Serving breakfast all day, the Fountain Coffee Room also serves lunch and dinner with an array of specialty salads, hot and cold sandwiches and burgers grilled to order. And for dessert; homemade natural ice creams, fresh baked pastries, pies, cakes and gourmet coffees. The T inspired as the fresh and seasonal fare offered daily. The Cafe serves breakfast all day, fresh salads, wood – fired pizzas, sandwiches, burgers and smoothies in a casual – chic al fresco and fun environmen t. A bar and communal dining table are also offered. Bar Nineteen12 Named in honor of the year the hotel first opened, Bar Nineteen12 offers an elegant indoor bar and a beautiful terrace overlooking the pool, gardens and towering palms of Beverly Hills. S PA : The Beverly Hills Hotel Spa is located on the Promenade level of the hotel. The 1,916 – square – foot spa has six treatment room s including one separ ate steam rooms and saunas for men and women, and customized treatment and product innovations.
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Open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., the Spa offer s a treatment menu of more than 400 different remedies including signature services t hat allow clients to experience one – of – a – kind body therapies. For off – the – chart pampering and tranquility, the spa provides both in – room and poolside services. G UEST S ERVICES : With a 24 – hour concierge and 24 – hour room service, The Beverly Hills Hotel works around the clock to keep their guests happy and comfortable. To help guests feel at home, the hotel also offers guest – chosen daily newspaper delivery, digital intera ctive television entertainment system, business services, laundry & dry – cleaning services, complimentary shoeshine service, limousine & rental car service, as well as car detailing. G ROUNDS : reflect a mature Ca lifornia Mediterranean landscape; many species on the grounds exist naturally in only three other areas around the the Mediterranean, Western Australia, and Southwest Africa. More than 180 plants, including palms, t rees, shrubs, roses, ferns, herbs, perennials, biennials, vines, and bulbs make up the immense garden surrounding the – all healthy and blooming, changing the flowers four times annually to ensure a succession of aromatic blossoms year round. H ISTORY : Built by Margaret Anderson in 1912 on land developed by Burton Green, the hotel was the
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