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The Tower Hotel Closing Down for Renovations; Furniture Sale Up in the Air

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October 8, 2007 at 2:42 PM | by | ()

The Tower Hotel in Beverly Hills (formerly a Loews property) has closed down yesterday for a massive renovations job. And what better way to get rid of old furniture then to have a massive liquidation sale?

The LA Times reported that all of the hotel furnishings are up for grabs:

Hair dryers will go for $5; leather sofas and chairs will top out at $250. A complete room package including Tempur-Pedic mattress, headboard, desk, armoire, two chairs, 27-inch TV, lamps and artwork will be priced at $1,000.

That is some cheap stuff especially since Tempur-Pedic mattresses are well over $1,000. Of course, if you don't mind the fact that strangers slept on it before you did.

However, something has come up. The sale was supposed to start Wednesday and continue through October 21st. But on the Fort Pitt Hotel Furniture Liquidators site, the sale has been postponed due to circumstances with the transfer of ownership of the hotel. Maybe the new owner doesn't want to part with the furniture?

Anyways, if you're still antsy to get your hands on discounted hotel furniture, the site offers plenty of other sales.

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