The Chamberlain West Hollywood Gets New Retro Glamour Look
In Hollywood, it's not uncommon for stars to "freshen up" their look every few years and hotels are no different. The Chamberlain West Hollywood is the latest hotel to get a makeover and HotelChatter has our hands on a sneak peek for the new room design.
The extensive property-wide renovation is the Chamberlain's first upgrade since opening in 2005 and instead of looking to the future, the hotel has decided to do a "modern-day interpretation of 1970s and 1980s-era contemporary glamour." The loft-like guestrooms will soon feature:
a palette of cool hues including periwinkle and cream, with rich accents of gold, dark chocolate and bronze. Cream and espresso gridlined carpeting anchors rich stone veneer, brassy metal and chrome detailing, and layers of graphic patterns inspired by the pivotal decades, such as grids, checkerboards and chevrons.
The bathrooms will also be upgraded with a marble blend throughout and sleek-looking curbless showers, frameless glass shower doors, and custom-designed chrome frame vanities with marble tops. But we're really loving the sitting areas and the workspaces. So stylish and the pieces really brighten up the rooms, which was one of our complaints last summer (too bad the WiFi is not free.)
Up on the rooftop pool deck, the cabanas and other seating areas will sport new colors while back downstairs the hotel will introduce a new menu in Bistro, the hotel's restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and diner. Expect the California menu to be infused with more European flavors. The new look should be completed by mid-June but the property is open amidst the renovations.
The Chamberlain currently has Deluxe Suites starting at $240.