America’s most coveted address, Beverly Hills, has turned 100 on January 28, 2014! To commemorate its centennial year, five of the most luxurious hotels in the city are all set to woo travelers with the Suite 100 campaign. Boasting of celebrity residents and home to many Hollywood stars, the city is also renowned for its luxurious Rodeo Drive shopping stretch. Inspired by celebrities, fashion and lifestyle trends, The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Beverly Hilton, L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, Montage Beverly Hills and Peninsula Beverly Hills have redesigned a suite each to capture a moment in time from the last 100 years. Here is a sneak peek inside each of the five suites!
The above featured image is of the Marilyn Monroe inspired Suite 100 at The Beverly Hills Hotel that we have already mentioned about.
Montage Beverly Hills is bringing back the era of 1940s with the Film Noir inspired Suite 100. Designed by interior designer Nina Petronzio, this suite is filled with sophisticated mystique and features bespoke art-deco inspired furniture sporting gold and silver leaf and mirrored finishes. Travelling back in time, the commemorative Suite will also be decked with accessories like vintage phonograph, vinyl records, noiseless typewriter, along with vintage collection of Lalique crystal and art works from the period. The Montage Beverly Hills room rates begin at $1,914 per night.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills
The Peninsula Beverly Hills is marking the city’s 100th anniversary with Suite 100 that is designed to pay homage to 1990s which also happens to be the decade in which the hotel had opened up. Honoring the birth of modern luxury in that era, the suite has taken inspiration from the Golden Globes, Grammys, Oscars Awards Seasons. Glamming up for the celebration, the suite will welcome guests with a crimson leather entry which will lead in to a living room boasting of impressionistic murals of a Hollywood gala red carpet event on the walls. Even meal times will be jazzed up as the dining table is set beneath a floating ring of sparkling crystals. The Suite 100’s bedroom features creamy tones and mirrored walls accented with silvery finishes.
The “Suite 100” package at The Peninsula Beverly Hills includes a private pool cabana for the day, some pampering for the couple at The Peninsula Spa, a selection of Oscar de la Renta scents along with luxury house car transportation to tour the iconic city. Also the guests’ evening plans will be curated by Chef Concierge James Little. Indulge in all this and more for $7,000 per night.
The Beverly Hilton
The Beverly Hilton goes back to 60s to offer a stylish and sophisticated experience to its guests. Epitomizing the glamour-filled era of 1960s, the Suite 100 at The Beverly Hilton is designed to represent the elegance of actress Tipi Hedren, star of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. Designed by David Hicks, this exclusively designed suite will showcase Tom Ford Design furnishings too.
L’Ermitage Beverly Hills
L’Ermitage Beverly Hills is marking the centenary with a suite highlighting the 1970s, The Era of Studio 54 – Fashion & Art Collide. Artistically designed by designer Ken Fulk, the suite pays homage to Andy Warhol’s Factory. Featuring ultrasuede along with high-gloss lacquer, mirrored finishes, orchids and vintage fashions, the decor evokes disco-like ambience. Other memorial elements include a powder room papered in Interview Magazine covers, a “Do Not Disturb,” sign that plays on Warhol’s celebrated silk-screen portraits and an interactive iPad photo booth mimicking the allure of the paparazzi adjacent to the room’s elevated catwalk.
Reservations at all the five of the city’s best hotels are accepted now, with stays beginning from March 7, 2014 to December 30, 2014.