by admin | April 8, 2014 3:08 pm
Beverly Hills marks its 100th anniversary this year, so in true local fashion, the city will celebrate with a series of themed makeovers in collaboration with top hotels. Five properties will fete the anniversary with specially designed suites honoring different time periods in Beverly Hills’ distinguished history. Room packages start at $1,914—corresponding to the city’s birth year—and the celebration will run through the end of 2014.
In an ode to 1940’s film noir, the Montage Hotel offers a Nina Petronzio-designed suite, with art deco furniture accented by Lalique crystal, a vintage phonograph and period art.
The Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalow pays homage to one of its most famous guests—Marilyn Monroe—and the Golden Age of film with tropical prints and, of course, shag carpet.
Moving forward in time, the Beverly Hilton‘s “Stylish, Sophisticated Sixties: A Reimagined Revolution” suite gets a modern-meets-vintage throwback look.
L’Ermitage Beverly Hills‘ suite evokes the era of Studio 54, where “fashion and art collide.” Designed by Ken Fulk, the suite recalls the disco scene with an Andy Warhol-inspired iPad photo booth and a powder room papered in Interview covers.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills, meanwhile, opts for timeless sophistication: Its “Birth of Modern Luxury” suite boasts a living room decorated with images of classic Hollywood moments.
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