Room Request! The Beverly Hilton

by Natasha Wolff | July 11, 2013 12:00 am

The Beverly Hilton[1] has a storied history that dates back to 1955. In the time since its opening, the property has hosted every president since John F. Kennedy and a slew of other stars, dignitaries, royals and business moguls. During a recent stay at the hotel, we couldn’t help but wonder: Which room do all the A-listers request? The Beverly Hilton’s Director of Sales, Christi Davis, gave us the inside scoop.

Most requested room in the hotel:
“The Studio Suites in the Wilshire Tower are the most popular. We have a total of 72, however our Penthouse Suites are the most exclusive.”

Your personal favorite:
“Room 805, the Governor Suite.” (pictured above)

What makes it special:
“Each suite on our 8th floor has a unique design and layout, but something about 805 registers with me: It has a Remington, Persian rug and a dining room table flown in from Milan. Each piece of furniture and design detail have been handpicked and flown in from Europe. They truly reflect luxury living at its best.”

“The Studio Suites average around $450 per night, while the 8th floor Penthouse Level range from $1500-$5000, depending on the specific room requested.”

Fun fact:
“The Beverly Hilton was actually the first luxury hotel to have air-conditioning thermostats in each room, which really “wowed” our guests, and was also the first to install high-speed elevators.”

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