Five Luxurious Beverly Hills Hotels Join Forces To Celebrate The City’s 2014 Centennial In Style

In an unprecedented mutual effort, five of Beverly Hills’ most luxurious hotels have joined together to celebrate the city’s 2014 centennial in a unique way. The Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows, Montage Beverly Hills, The Beverly Hilton, L’Ermitage Beverly Hills and The Peninsula Beverly Hills are participating in Suite 100, a hospitality promotion created by the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau. For Suite 100, each hotel will redecorate one of its suites in an effort to transport guests who stay in the room back to moments in time from the past 100 years and showcase the legendary style of one of the world’s most glamorous cities.

“Travellers can go anywhere in the world to experience luxury service and amenities,” said Julie Wagner, Executive Director of the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau. “But thanks to Suite 100 and the commitment of five of our most luxurious hotels, only in Beverly Hills in 2014 can they travel back in time to experience the luxury of an earlier era.”

Suite 100 Project Director Susan Manrao, of Susan Manrao Design, is working with the interior designers of the five hotels to guide the program’s overall vision. The hotels will create Suite 100s that capture specific moments in time:

  • Montage Beverly Hills:  “Film Noir”
  • The Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows:  “The Golden Age Inspired by Marilyn Monroe”
  • The Beverly Hilton:  “Stylish, Sophisticated Sixties:  A Re-Imagined Revolution”
  • L’Ermitage Beverly Hills:  “The Era of Studio 54 – Fashion & Art Collide”
  • The Peninsula Beverly Hills:  “The Birth of Modern Luxury”

Suite 100 guest experiences will vary, with room packages beginning at US$1,914, a tribute to 1914, the year that the City of Beverly Hills was incorporated. Guests may begin booking stays in Suite 100s on January 28, 2014, the city’s centennial day, for stays between March 7 and December 31, 2014.


Source = Beverly Hills Hotels
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