The Peninsula Beverly Hills is Pretty in Pink (And Green and Blue and White)
Last week, we got to ogle some of the most coveted suites in the world--the newly renovated Signature Suites at the Peninsula Beverly Hills.
Ok, so none of these upper echelon rooms come with a hot tub near the hotel's helipad but each suite oozes glamour, opulence, elegance and perhaps most importantly for the hotel's A-list celebrity clientele, privacy.
Yet before you dismiss these rooms as full of "Do Not Touch" furnishings and impractical decor that will keep you from getting comfortable, relax, because interior design firm Forchielli Glynn and Nancy Corzine have successfully managed to make each suite feel like home. Which is nice to have when you are paying upwards of $6,000 a night. Even better, the suites are named after their color scheme--White, Blue, Green and Pink--rather than executive boardroom positions.
Now, for those of you who, like us, can't afford to stay in these suites without winning the lottery, let's take a look at what we're missing: