A Sneak Peek at The New Look Coming to The Beverly Hills Hotel
February 10, 2014 at 1:53 PM
The Premier Suite
After bringing their lobby out of the 80s and into the 21st century, The Beverly Hills Hotel, a Dorchester Collection property, has now embarked on transforming their guest rooms and suites.
All 135 rooms and suites will be completed by the end of the year and once again interior designer Adam D. Tihany is overseeing the new decor. While we're sad to see the scene of the Troop Beverly Hills camping trip (go to 4:51) get changed, it's much needed. Here's what in store for the beloved "Pink Palace":
The many new features and amenities showcased have been designed to enhance the feeling of modernity while keeping a chic residential feel. The elegant palette features soft leathers, luxurious mohair, and opulent silks in light cream and taupe shades with silvery blue, green, and yellow accents. Rich, ebonized walnut and cerused oak furnishings complement the classic color scheme. Bespoke wall coverings and light fixtures, custom artwork in all suites, and gracious lounge seating further enhance the stylish new spaces.
The rooms will also get some swanky new technology including Bang and Olufsen TVs, charging packs with USB connectors in each desk, and specialty lighting systems with a variety of "set scenes" to choose from. Phyllis Nefler would approve.
The process will be ongoing, with 20 to 35 rooms under restoration at a time. So be sure to request a room away from the construction.
Heading to Beverly Hills this year? The city is celebrating its 100th anniversary with the Suite 100 offer. Guests can choose from five special anniversary suites in five of the city's best hotels, The Beverly Hills Hotel included.
[Photo of the Premier Suite: The Beverly Hills Hotel]